REDHAWK is a software-defined radio (SDR) framework designed to support the development, deployment, and management of real-time software radio applications. To support the design and development of software applications, REDHAWK provides tools that allow development and testing of software modules called "Components" and composition of Components into "Waveform Applications" that can be seamlessly deployed on a single computer or multiple network-enabled computers.
The REDHAWK integrated development environment (IDE) provides tools to support development of REDHAWK software. The development and deployment of REDHAWK Applications are aided by graphical editors and drag-and-drop Waveform construction. The IDE allows users to interact with and control multiple running REDHAWK instances and applications.
Release of GNUHAWK 1.10.0 and the REDHAWK Sub$100 Project (October 16, 2014) - Release Notes.
GNUHAWK 1.10.0 is a software package containing a shared library and Components that enable GNU Radio blocks to be used within REDHAWK 1.10. GNUHAWK provides reusability of GNU Radio block algorithms and capabilities by making them interoperable with other REDHAWK Components within the REDHAWK 1.10 software framework without requiring a separate GNU Radio installation.Download the GNUHAWK source and documentation from our Downloads page.
The Sub$100 project showcases the ability of REDHAWK to scale from desktop to low power ARM system with ease, without code rewrite, on a constrained budget. The project's total hardware cost is just below $100. The release contains the instructions, the source code, and a reference waveform, for creating a Radio Broadcast Data System (RBDS) receiver. The hardware involved in the project can also be used to process other RF signals, such as, ADS-B data, GPS data, or images from the NOAA weather satellites.
Download the Sub$100 documentation from our Downloads page.
Release of REDHAWK 1.10.0 (August 1, 2014) - Download the new core framework, IDE, and documentation from our Downloads page. For information about the focus of this release, an overview of the new features or enhancements included in this release, and guidance for upgrading from a previous version of REDHAWK, refer to the REDHAWK Version 1.10 Release Notes. For a list of bug fixes and new features, view the IDE and core framework changelogs.
The effort in REDHAWK 1.10 focused on simplifying the user interaction within the IDE, improving how REDHAWK handles FrontEnd Interface Devices and logging, improving the scalability of the Core Framework, and adding a new interface to support bursty data.
REDHAWK consists of the core framework, development tools, libraries, and reusable building blocks. The Eclipse-based REDHAWK IDE can be used to aid in the development and deployment of REDHAWK Applications. Additional REDHAWK Eclipse-based products are built from a subset of the IDE plug-ins including the SCA Explorer.
For a full list of the git repositories, refer to the gitHub page.
For complete REDHAWK 1.10.0 documentation, refer to Documentation.
REDHAWK is built using the following technologies:
REDHAWK is licensed under a combination of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), the Eclipse Public License (EPL), the Apache (v.2.0) License, the Python Software Foundation (PSF) license agreement, Mozilla Public License (v.1.1), and the GNU General Public License (GPL). For more information, refer to the LICENSE file in the respective repositories. REDHAWK documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0.
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