Forum: GNU Radio Block into FPGA

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5ad1238eff047cef9ed65664415d8968?d=identicon&s=25 S Mande (Guest)
on 2007-08-01 19:00
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Hi,

Thank you Eric, Roshan, Brian, Achilleas, Eenrti for your earlier help!


I have been going through the verilog code and my observations till now
have
been that digital downconversion and some amount of decimation are
implemented in the FPGA in receive path. I was trying to see if there is
any
receiver functionality that could be pushed into the FPGA? I wanted to
push
such a block into the FPGA, that does not use USB bus much to
communicate
with other receiver blocks and result in USB bus bandwidth gain. I am
not
clear as to which block would be the best suited for this? Any comments
for
the same?


Also, I am of the opinion that there would be certain blocks which can
make
smart/efficient use of FPGA features/power as opposed to being
implemented
as C++ block on general purpose processor. Any help with this one?


If there is a common block for both the above questions, then I would
like
to start with that and implement on the FPGA.


Thanks.

-Mande.
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