Thank you for the information provided. Definately I will go to check
codes. However, I do not think I can contribute now because I am still
new to these stuff. I do hope I can put some contributions someday.
I am still have some questions/comments as below:
From your experience, what are the major challenges to port the BBN
802.11 codes to the newer gnu radio release?
Why doesn’t gnu radio team include BBN 802.11 code in their office
release, just same as what they have done to the m-block codes? Then
codes would be better maintained and utilized.
BBN 802.11 codes are only compatitable with some older version of gnu
radio (v3.1.1). If I have to use the lower version gnu radio in order to
utilize the bbn 802.11 codes, what power and functionality I will lose
from not using the new current ralease. Is this an acceptable
Maybe I can not use the new USRP2 boards since they are just newly
and probably not supported by the older version gnu radio. what else?
Most people who need BBN 802.11 PHY codes also need to work on MAC
mostly working on Click modular router. As I saw in some papers, BBN
implmented two APIs (an MAC-Subnet API for Click to use to talk to the
layer, and aonther Radio API for MAC layer to talk to the GNU Radio) and
model MAC in Click. They are supposed to be open-sourced. Have you used
or know where to find them?
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 9:08 AM, Douglas G.