|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Full Duplex operation, time synchronization and self interference cancellation|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Sep 2016 12:40:56 -0600|
What you're doing is definitely feasible, but your question is pretty broad. Do you think you gave a good understanding of how the ofdm stuff works internally?
Maybe you'll get more helpful responses if you ask more specific questions.
Can anyone help me with this? I don't want to use the packet structure as shown in the OFDM example. But I want to use the carrier_allocator and other blocks, and later also perform synchronization of the OFDM signal received.
Thanks and regards,Pranav PadalkarFraunhofer-Institut für Eingebettete Systeme und Kommunikationstechnik ESK
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Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Full Duplex operation, time synchronization and self interference cancellation
I am trying to design a full duplex operation on my USRP3. I have to use OFDM and a defined TDMA scheme for different OFDM symbols. I also have to use a preamble, but it has to be sent once every TDMA frame. I have designed a block which takes care of my TDMA and preamble implementation. Basically, I cannot use packet structure (as given in the OFDM examples). On the transmitter side I am using OFDM carrier allocator, IFFT and OFDM cyclic prefixer(CP).
Since, it has to be full duplex system, on the receiver side I want to perform the synchronization of my received signal with the transmitted signal, and then after removing CP and performing FFT, I have to subtract my received signal from the transmitted signal. I tried to understand the corr_est and corr_sync blocks by going through their examples. But I am not able to understand how can I get the value of offset (after synchronization), so that using that offset value I can shift my TX signal and subtract the RX signal.
I request if some one can point me in the right direction.
Thanks and Regards,Pranav PadalkarFraunhofer-Institut für Eingebettete Systeme und Kommunikationstechnik ESK
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