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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] (GSoC) MIMO stuff in GNU Radio

From: Michael Dickens
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] (GSoC) MIMO stuff in GNU Radio
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2014 08:15:53 -0500

Hi Zhou - Can you post some links to relevant papers / research, for folks like 
me to do a quick look at?  I studied MIMO just a little bit, mostly from an IT 
perspective, not a practical one.  But, I've read through a lot of papers (on 
many subjects) and would be interested in knowing more about practical MIMO.  I 
encourage you to get your project up on the GSoC14 GR page if it is not already 
there ... who knows, I might be willing to mentor :)  But, I'd like to see some 
papers / research first, as I'm sure others would too. - MLD

On Feb 20, 2014, at 8:04 AM, YiZiRui Zhou <address@hidden> wrote:
> Thanks for your patient reply. Your words really inspire me.
> I am writing a block to implement MIMO transceiver based on "ofdm_rx" and 
> "ofdm_tx" now, willing to build a MIMO WLAN with several USRPs. Basically, 
> general MIMO encoding and decoding method will be included, some techniques 
> like rate adaptation is also in consideration. But those ideas are not so 
> complete now, next I will try to figure it out. As you said, posting the idea 
> on the list is a good way to make it known to all, I will do that when 
> everything is ready. Also, I will go through the GNU Radio GSoC wiki page, 
> maybe there are some other good things I can do.
> I know that if there is no mentor to guide me, I would not be able to take 
> part in the GSoC. But, maybe this is not the most important thing to me. 
> There is no doubt that I can benefit a lot from working on the project and 
> learning from the mailing list, these are the things that shine.

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