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EVENNOU Frederic RD-TECH-GRE
Fri, 23 Mar 2007 13:31:52 +0100
I am currently developping a cognitive radio demonstration system under
the GNU Radio Platform and I am particularly interested in the mblocks
extension proposed by the ADROIT Project. Reading the available
documentation and looking to the source code, I realized that the
extension is still a work in progress and I would like to know if
mblocks are already available as a base class for deriving my own signal
processing blocks. Inspecting the mblock directory, I've noticed that
there are no .i files nor .py so the extension seems unavailable as a
Python module. Consequently, I would like to ask you some questions:
- Is the current mblock directory exploitable and bug proof?
- May I use it as a base class for deriving my own signal processing
- If I create an interface file for the mblock extension and if I
generate all other files (.so, .py, .o ...), will I be able to interface
my own module with Python?
For your information, this project is part of a PhD thesis at France
Telecom R&D (French telecommunications company) focusing on integrating
cognitive mechanisms into radios.
Thank you in advance for your answer (and for the work done with this
extension, particularly attractive for cognitive applications).
R&D Engineer, PhD Student
France Telecom R&D/TECH/IDEA/IROC
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EVENNOU Frederic RD-TECH-GRE <=