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 ===== Providing USRP programs ===== ===== Providing USRP programs =====
  
-In CorteXlab, USRPs are programmed using the [[http://​gnuradio.org|GNURadio]] toolchain. GNURadio is a free and open-source software development toolkit that provides signal processing blocks to implement software radios. In order to avoid arbitrary changes coming from the GNURadio development community, CorteXlab maintains a copy of the GNURadio repository, which contains the exact same version of GNURadio as the one installed on the CorteXlab nodes. This distribution can be downloaded [[https://​github.com/​CorteXlab/​cxlb-build-toolchain|Here]] with some explanation [building_a_toolchain](here)+In CorteXlab, USRPs are programmed using the [[http://​gnuradio.org|GNURadio]] toolchain. GNURadio is a free and open-source software development toolkit that provides signal processing blocks to implement software radios. In order to avoid arbitrary changes coming from the GNURadio development community, CorteXlab maintains a copy of the GNURadio repository, which contains the exact same version of GNURadio as the one installed on the CorteXlab nodes. This distribution can be downloaded [[https://​github.com/​CorteXlab/​cxlb-build-toolchain|Here]] with some explanation [here](building_a_toolchain)
  
 Programming a USRP with GNURadio is not an easy task, the user should be familiar with that, and should refer  Programming a USRP with GNURadio is not an easy task, the user should be familiar with that, and should refer 
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