[GSoC] Radar toolbox

Hi

My name is Emanuel Mendoza. I am studying Telecommunications Engineering
in
the Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria in Lima, Peru. I have plenty
experience programming in C/C++ and a little bit of python. These
months, I
have been working with FPGAs and microblaze processor for some
commutation
applications for which I won the semestral contest organized in my
faculty.
I would like to develop the radar toolbox so I was checking GNU radio
code
and some theory about that.
My approach to this project is to develop three modules:
First, the radar control module is for setting the modulation (I was
thinking in sinusoidal, sawtooth and triangular) parameters and the
OFDM.
Then, processing module, in which I would place the filters, and the
necessary math for getting the range and the velocity from the doppler
effect.
Finally, the visualization module which is just for displaying the range
and the velocity of the last n samples, where n could be set up. I guess
this could also be exported to a csv or json file.

I hope you can give me some feedback. Thanks in advance

Emanuel

On 03/17/2014 10:47 PM, Emanuel Mendoza wrote:

First, the radar control module is for setting the modulation (I was
thinking in sinusoidal, sawtooth and triangular) parameters and the OFDM.
Then, processing module, in which I would place the filters, and the
necessary math for getting the range and the velocity from the doppler
effect.
Finally, the visualization module which is just for displaying the range
and the velocity of the last n samples, where n could be set up. I guess
this could also be exported to a csv or json file.

I hope you can give me some feedback. Thanks in advance

Write up a proposal, then we have something more specific to discuss. In
general, what you’re suggesting is what I had in mind. Be specific about
which radar algorithms you want to implement. Visualization will be
particularly important with this project.

When you put up a proposal, also put up something on melange.

Martin

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