The Scanner School Podcast has recently released a new episode featuring an interview with Ben Hilburn, President of the GNU Radio project
. If you want to understand what GNU Radio is, and what role it plays in the SDR/radio world, then this is a good listen. Ben Hilburn is the project lead for GNU Radio, the free and open software radio ecosystem. GNU Radio works best in an Linux environment and can also run on the ever popular Raspberry PI. Ben and I discuss what GNU Radio is, how people are using GNU Radio, and how easy it is to get started with this amazing piece of free software. If you are looking to learn how the hardware inside of a radio makes it work, or maybe you already do…. GNU radio is a great resource for you Ben himself has a new podcast of his own titled "Signals & Bits"
and there are a number of episodes already out, including an interview with SignalsEverywhere YouTube channel host Harold Giddings, Manuel Uhm Director of Marketing at Xilinx who talks about SDR designs on FPGA chips, and most recently Daina Bouquin who talks about her project called "The Space Library" that is in collaboration with the LibreSpace Foundation.
Source: https://www.rtl-sdr.com/podcasts-gnu-ra ... -episodes/