|Date:||Thu, 13 Aug 2009 10:06:10 +0200|
Great to listen this good news!
What kind of file is this (.VRO)?
Where can I find the ffmpeg patches?
> sorry for previous mistake
> 2009/8/12 Vincenzo Pellegrini <address@hidden>:
>> Hi Matt,
>> here are the links to the old stuff:
>> the article at the Karlsruhe conference
>> the demo there
>> an ofdm file ready to be sent over the air with gr and the usrp
>> some new demo stuff, that is soft-dvb within a new sdr framework of my
>> a modified version of ffmpeg, a smart buffer to make ffmpeg's output
>> CBR, an UDP/IP encapsulation layer and other stuff that I did to be
>> able to implement an entire tv broadcasting station in pure software
>> over 1 or 2 host PCs
>> this instead is the DVB-T receiver project ( 8MHz channel over the
>> USRP 1!!) that I'm doing at Pisa University with some Master Thesis
>> studentas that are working with me
>> the receiver works pretty good but it is now still far from realtime.
>> We have reasonable hopes to take it to realtime on ordinary COTS HW.
>> Sourcecode of soft-dvb is not currently available as I'm evaluating
>> possibilities for some commercial usage of it, within the independent
>> framework. Still I believe that resources like these.. especially
>> signal dumps can be of soime use to the gnuradio project.
>> I'm now testing the whole thing over the usrp2..
>> 2009/8/11 Matt Ettus <address@hidden>
>>> I know that Vincenzo Pellegrini (and possibly others) had a working
>>> DVB-T implementation for GNU Radio, but all the links I find are dead.
>>> Can someone point me to the latest code or web page?
>>> Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
>> Vincenzo Pellegrini
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