GSoC'14 draft proposal - MIMO Transceiver

Hello,

Here’s the link for my proposal for the project “MIMO Transceiver”
https://github.com/kunal2904/GSoC-14

Please let me know your feedback on this.

Thanks and regards,
Kunal Sankhe
IIIT Hyderabad, India

On 13.03.2014 20:18, kunal sankhe wrote:

Here’s the link for my proposal for the project “MIMO Transceiver”
https://github.com/kunal2904/GSoC-14

Please let me know your feedback on this.

Hi Kunal,

right now, your proposal is too generic. Have a look at some of the
other proposals. Make sure you specify the milestones. Also, show us
some previous code examples you’ve produced.

Martin

Hi Kunal - Following up from Martin’s comments:

  • Will GSoC be your only job, or will you have other things you -must-
    be doing (classes? paid work? serious hobbies?)?

  • Are you on the GR discussion list (yes!)? How long have you been on
    it? How active have you been on it?

  • Are there periods you will know right now that you will not be
    available for working on GSoC? If so, list them.

  • Are you planning to stay a contributing member of GR after the summer
    of code?

  • I think your proposal has -most- (not all) of the basic content, but
    it is not organized in the way most other proposals are & hence you’re
    selling yourself short in that regard. You would be well off looking at
    a few other former winning proposals and modeling the organization of
    yours after one of those more than what you have right now.

  • While you do not list milestones specifically, you do list a timetable
    with goals – again, mostly organizational differences.

  • Your grammar, spelling, formatting, and related stuff are fine – this
    proposal is easy to follow and not painful to read.

  • The technical side is mostly regurgitating facts about different MIMO
    techniques without equations or anything further. It would be good to
    see a -brief- discussion of the algorithms, their complexity, and
    challenges/risks involved in implementing them.

  • A link to some of your previous GR and/or other SDR oriented work is a
    must.

I encourage you to make the above changes, then get your proposal posted
on Melange. You can make changes to your proposal after you’ve posted
it – as Martin says (elsewhere): Just post a link in Melange to your
proposal & then you have only 1 place to do the update.

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