M-block and BBN proposal progress?

Hi,

I read the BBN specification on the implementation of the m-block and
other proposed
changes to the scheduler and such. I was wondering what the progress on
implementation of
this into GNU Radio is. I see in the SVN repo a “mblock” directory with
very basic
skeleton code. Is there any other progress on this to pull
functionality of a packet
based architecture into GNU Radio?

Thanks!
George

On Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 04:25:30PM -0500, George N. wrote:

Hi,

I read the BBN specification on the implementation of the m-block and other proposed
changes to the scheduler and such. I was wondering what the progress on implementation of
this into GNU Radio is. I see in the SVN repo a “mblock” directory with very basic
skeleton code. Is there any other progress on this to pull functionality of a packet
based architecture into GNU Radio?

Thanks!
George

Hi George,

I expect to have this completed by the end of the month.

The most up-to-date mblock code is in:

svn co http://gnuradio.org/svn/gnuradio/branches/developers/eb/mb

Eric

Is the mblock available now? I’m eager to see some examples, but I can’t
find any:)

2007/1/12, Eric B. [email protected]:

On Wed, Feb 21, 2007 at 10:08:58PM +0800, hanwen wrote:

Is the mblock available now? I’m eager to see some examples, but I can’t
find any:)

Hi Hanwen,

It’s coming together. It’s currently properly routing messages
through INTERAL, EXTERNAL and RELAY ports, but there’s still some
things left to do. I expect to get back to it later this week.
I spent last week getting trained on the Cell processor. [Very cool
by the way… more about that another time.]

Eric

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