RE: Benchmark_ofdm_tx Benchmark_ofdm_rx

complicated this can get :wink:

Sure it’s possible. You’ll have to do some work.

Excuse me for the continue questions but i’ve not such a big experience
in Gnuradio. Where i i would modify gr_ofdm_frame_sink.cc in order to
arrive to my aim? I don’t know c++ language very well and i don’t know
where i can find it in this function
Thanks a lot

Matteo

On Tue, Jul 01, 2008 at 05:17:06PM +0200, matteo zunino wrote:

don’t know which point of gr_ofdm_frame_sink.cc i must modify to
demodulate correctly. Do you think my project is possible actually
in gnuradio OFDM?

Sure it’s possible. You’ll have to do some work.

Excuse me for the continue questions but i’ve not such a big
experience in Gnuradio. Where i i would modify gr_ofdm_frame_sink.cc
in order to arrive to my aim? I don’t know c++ language very well
and i don’t know where i can find it in this function

Thanks a lot

Matteo

Matteo, I haven’t looked at this code in a while and don’t plan to at
this time. I’m working on other pieces of GNU Radio right now.

You asked me if it’s possible, and I said yes. It will take some
study and some work. Perhaps this is an opportunity to improve your
programming skills? You may have to look beyond gr_ofdm_frame_sink.cc
and understand how the whole OFDM system is put together.

Each piece and feature of GNU Radio got written because somebody cared
about that part. We all started out knowing nothing. You appear to
be the person that cares about doing different modulations on
different subcarriers. You know what you want. You know a little bit
about the current code. You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be to
get started on it…

Good luck!
Eric

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