DVB-T software for USRP?

I recently got access to a USRP with some of the daughterboards and
wanted to noodle around with some DVB-T stuff.

However, I can’t seem to find any downloads for Vincenzo P.'s
Soft-DVB code.

Could someone point me in the right direction (or at least point out
what links I missed)?

I suspect this is a RTFW, and I’m about to feel really stupid … :slight_smile:

Thanks,
-a

On 4/6/11 5:38 AM, Andrew L. wrote:

However, I can’t seem to find any downloads for Vincenzo P.'s
Soft-DVB code.

I looked some more but I still can’t find it.

Anybody have some pointers?

Thanks,
-a

On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 09:55:00AM -0700, Andrew L. wrote:

On 4/6/11 5:38 AM, Andrew L. wrote:

However, I can’t seem to find any downloads for Vincenzo P.'s
Soft-DVB code.

I looked some more but I still can’t find it.

Hi Andrew,

Vincenzo’s code is, to my best knowledge, neither open source nor
available on the webs.

MB


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Hi everybody,

so far I have not released the Soft-DVB code for a bunch of reasons,
which
include Soft-DVB code base being one of the main tools of our MA
research
here at DSPCoLa, Universit di Pisa.

Still I can easily provide fully compliant DVB-T signal dumps to
everybody
who is willing to experiment with DVB-T signals over the USRP.

I’m also willing to cooperate at various levels with related OFDM /
DVB-T
projects

Regards to all.

vincenzo

2011/4/12 Martin B. [email protected]

Hi Vincenzo,

so far I have not released the Soft-DVB code for a bunch of reasons,
which include Soft-DVB code base being one of the main tools of our MA
research here at DSPCoLa, Università di Pisa.

I know that this has come up before, but I still would like to
encourage
you to rethink this position. You could raise the profile of DSPCoLa
by making the code open source under some (e.g. BSD-style) license
that assures credit.

Research will only improve with feedback and more people will see
your name and the name of your research institution. Win-win strategy,
don’t you agree?

Best regards,
Jens

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 9:04 AM, Martin B. [email protected]
wrote:

available on the webs.

That was my understanding, too.
There is another work in progress project here:
http://szelest.org/GNURadio/softDVB-T_en/index.html

Alex

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