Trondeau branch mimo files

Hi all,

I am starting to work in a mimo 2x1 configuration. As I’ve seen, the
only
implementation that already exists is in gnuradio sits in the trondeau
branch. I’ve been trying to run the benchmark_ofdm_mimo for starters and
I
find several problems, because the compiler is looking for files from
the
main branch and not from the trondeau branch.I don’t know if in order to
work with this files it’s just enough to copy them into the main branch
or
otherwise I should build gnuradio from the trondeau brach as well. I am
not
an expert at all when talking about programming and I don’t want to mess
with my previous work on the main branch so I don’t know how I should
proceed. It’s maybe a silly problem but I would really appreciate any
help.
Actually I could really use any other advice referred to the work I am
about to start . because as I’ve read on the mailing list, this mimo
benchmark is not finished and people working with it is finding problems
to
get it to work, as I said before, I would really appreciate any help.

Looking forward to hearing from you

Jorge.

On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 12:00 PM, Jorge H. <
[email protected]> wrote:

with my previous work on the main branch so I don’t know how I should
proceed. It’s maybe a silly problem but I would really appreciate any help.
Actually I could really use any other advice referred to the work I am
about to start . because as I’ve read on the mailing list, this mimo
benchmark is not finished and people working with it is finding problems to
get it to work, as I said before, I would really appreciate any help.

Looking forward to hearing from you

Jorge.

Jorge,
That branch was just us hacking around for a few days a while ago, and
the
code has since deviated from when we were working on it. You should be
able
to merge the current master branch into this branch to get things
up-to-date, but no telling what problems might pop up doing that. And
you’ll have to be a bit comfortable with git to do it (but remember,
it’s
source-controlled software; if you screw it up, you can delete and try
again, so no harm in playing around to get to know it better).

I know Vanessa Gardellin had luck getting this to work a while back.
Perhaps she can add something more here.

Tom

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