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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Codec inclusion policy

From: Philip Balister
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Codec inclusion policy
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 20:23:06 -0400

This link might interest you guys:


I'm not sure where it stands wrt to the whole google SoC project, but
I figured it is worth mentioning here.


On 5/10/07, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
On Thu, 10 May 2007, Håvard Espeland wrote:

> What are the requirements for codec inclusion in Gnu Radio? Do you have
> to own copyright on the code, or is GPL licensing sufficient. I'm
> working on a project using the LPC10 files from HawkVoice[0]
> in Gnu Radio, and am wondering if it's possible to submit bindings and
> the codec upstream.

On a side note, since the LPC10 seems to be a voice codec: Has any thought
been given lately to perhaps integrating gnu radio and gstreamer in any

While gstreamer has lots of audio/video formats/codecs and processing
blocks, gnu radio seems to have lots of rf signal processing/ modulation

I am using gstreamer extensively for non-radio-related projects and to me
it seems like the two projects are quite similar and could be integrated.

I searched the net shallowly and the most relevant I could find was ..


.. of which the former basically is an old question like the one I am
posing now, and the latter talks about interfacing GStreamer directly to
the USRP, bypassing the gnu radio processing framework.

Sorry if I am way off here or if this is a FAQ.

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