Re: OFDM status

Hello,

Who is doing the OFDM project? May I get some info on that, because my
thesis project is on the same and I would love help in this regard.

Thanks a lot.

Regards,
Kuntal

http://www.gnuradio.org/trac/browser/gnuradio/branches/developers/n4hy

is the trac and

svn co http://gnuradio.org/svn/gnuradio/branches/developers/n4hy/ofdm

gets you the source. I am merging the trunk into this about every 50
revisions unless I see major progress on mblock, usrp, etc that is of
immediate relevance. Once we get a single instance running on hardware
and over the air with some speed and reliability, I will suggest that
we be allowed to merge this into the trunk and we can all play.

I kicked the can down the road with Matt E. and Tom R… We have
spent two weeks on this total and others are welcome to contribute. We
need to have the argument: How do we specify the constellations? How do
we map carrier usage (which are pilots, clocks, etc.)?

In order to be really credible, we need mblock and we need the part
that is running on the usrp because we need RSSI, it needs to be inband
so we can do the gain management that is imperative for OFDM to work
with its crest factor issues.

Bob

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