GSOC 2014 possible project proposal

Hello:
My name is Damian Miralles, I am a senior computer engineering students
at
the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. I am very interested
inparticipating into the GSOC 2014 program and saw some of the ideas
posted
there by Gnu Radio. I have a previous experience working with GNU Radio
developing customs blocks for SDR applications. The reason why I am
writing
is because I would like to migrate some of the experience I have gained
during the last year into the GNURadio platform using the GSOC 2014
program.
Below is a description of the two possible projects that I would to
propose
to the GNU Radio group, I will be really thankful if anyone would let me
know if it’s of GNU Radio’s interest.

1- GPS L1-L2/GALILEO Signal Generation
The GNU-Radio project includes excellent libraries for SDR, but
sometimes
a piece of hardware is required to test the code or develop new
concepts.
The idea behind this project would be to provide the GNU Radio project
with
the ability of generate raw GPS/Galileo signal through software. Those
generated signals would be realistic in terms of noise addition,
multipath,
interference etc. With this capability the user of GNU Radio would be
able
to control certains parameters in the data simulated and test if the
algorithms developed for reception are suitable. I could easily offer
more
details on how to create it, here it is only offer a basic idea.
2- GPS toolkit.
Create GPS receivers capable of performing the GNSS lock, the kit would
include the basic approach for GPS signal acquisition, which include the
“Parallel Code Search”, “Parallel Frequency Search”, etc. In addition I
plan to include new techniques for GNSS signal acquisition based on the
work developed in:
http://people.csail.mit.edu/fadel/papers/quicksync-paper.pdf

Please I know the mailing list have a lot of work to due but If someone
would let me know if it is of GNU Radio interest would be perfect.
Thanks and Cheers
Damian

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