Beagleboard and Google Summer of Code

Beagleboard.org was accepted as a mentoring organization for the Google
Summer of Code. Why does this list care?

As one of the possible mentors, I am interested in mentoring students
interested in improving gnuradio on the OMAP3. The specific idea we put
on the ideas page was to create a gnuradio block that uses the DSP, but
any reasonable idea (that is Beagle related) can be proposed.

For more informatin see:

http://elinux.org/BeagleBoard/GSoC

or contact me directly.

Philip

Dear Sir,

Name : Adwait Gandhe

email : [email protected]
: [email protected]

I am an undergraduate student at BITS-Pilani, Goa Campus pursuing
Electrical and Electronics Engineering, currently in second year. I am
planning to participate in GSOC 2010 and am deeply interested in the
idea of improving the gnuradio on the OMAP3.
I am particularly interested in this project as I have done a lot of
work in related field so far.

  1. Summer internship at International Institute of Information
    Technology, Pune. Project work involved rigorous work in programming and
    interfacing micro controllers to suit robotics and embedded
    applications.

  2. Currently undertaking courses namely :
    Microprocessor Programming and Interfacing
    Circuits and Signals
    Computer Programming 1 and 2 (Completed)

  3. I am comfortable in the unix environment and proficient in C/C++
    coding
    environment. I also have some exposure to embedded linux.

  4. More importantly so far I have learned signal processing
    theoretically and am
    currently working to implement it on an embedded platform. I believe
    that
    I will be able to do justice to the project work, learn a lot of
    interesting
    things in the process and enjoy it.

I would therefore like to further interact and discuss with you the
above mentioned project.
Thanking You and waiting for a positive reply

Yours Sincerely
Adwait Gandhe.

Philip B. wrote:

Beagleboard.org was accepted as a mentoring organization for the Google
Summer of Code. Why does this list care?

As one of the possible mentors, I am interested in mentoring students
interested in improving gnuradio on the OMAP3. The specific idea we put
on the ideas page was to create a gnuradio block that uses the DSP, but
any reasonable idea (that is Beagle related) can be proposed.

For more informatin see:

http://elinux.org/BeagleBoard/GSoC

or contact me directly.

Philip

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