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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Q from a novice user in Japan

From: Mamoru Yamamoto
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Q from a novice user in Japan
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 02:31:51 +0900

Dear Colleagues,

Yesterday I re-installed the "epydoc" from the subversion 
repository of epydoc, and tried formatting the GNUradio 
python libraries.  epydoc version would be 3.0, I suppose.

The result was much better than before.  Though I met 
some errors, I could generate useful HTMLs with which I can 
browse python functions.  Thanks for Eric's suggestion.

I also learned that after "import" any module in python, 
we can show its help information by typing "help(module)".
Sorry I am too ignorant to this software package.


Mamoru Yamamoto  address@hidden

>Thank you for your answer.
>For our applicaion 150MHz and 400MHz receivers must synchronize 
>very precisely.  I cannot use TV RX for this reason.  Is the 
>frequency 150MHz too high for Basic RX board?  We may need 
>to add more amplifiers between the antenna and the USRP.
>Thank you very much for the information of "epydoc".
>I installed ver 2.1 from yum (Fedore Core 4), and run it.  
>But as other E-mail says, I got many errors.  It created 
>some results, but I do not know if they are very useful 
>or not...  Should I use Ver 3.0 of the epidoc?
>Mamoru Yamamoto
>>On Thu, Nov 09, 2006 at 03:30:28AM +0900, Mamoru Yamamoto wrote:
>>> Dear GNUradio experts,
>>> I am very new to GNUradio.  I am in Kyoto University, Japan studying 
>>> ionosphere by using radar and other techniques.  I am interested 
>>> in developing a 150/400MHz beacon receiver with GNUradio + USRP.
>>> Now I have a USRP base board + Basic RX + Flex 400 for this purpose.
>>A TV RX daughterboard might be a better choice for the 150 MHz beacon.
>>> I have some questions.
>>> --- How I can get information on Python functions?
>>>     Documents generated by "doxygen" explain only 
>>>     C++ part of the software.  (Am I correct?) 
>>>     To know Python functions, do I need to read through 
>>>     codes?  I would like to know if there is a list 
>>>     or man-pages of such Python functions.  My application 
>>>     may not require any new C++ coding.
>>You could run epydoc on the python code in and under gnuradio-
>>Most of the code has epydoc doc strings.
>>> --- I learned GNUradio and USRP from network very much.
>>>     Thank you very much.  But informations are very much 
>>>     scattered.  Don't you have a plan of GNUradio (plus USRP) book?
>>We've thought about it.  Thanks for the words of encouragement.
>>> Thanks for your help.  Regards,
>>> Mamoru Yamamoto  address@hidden
>>You're welcome.
>Mamoru Yamamoto  address@hidden

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