On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:00 AM, adib_sairi <address@hidden>
Tom Rondeau wrote:Tom, its very interesting to see and learn your work on DSA. could you
> I was talking about benchmark_rx.py, not the transmitter. There is a
> callback (sorry, not actually a thread) that sits and waits for a message
> from the demod chain called rx_callback. I'm suggesting that you use a
> similar technique to send a message about the frequency information, and
> then you could use the callback to set the frequency of the device.
> I'm also not talking about a simple drop-in replacement for any code that
> have. We have a lot of examples that will all do various pieces of what
> want, and you are going to have to synthesize them to make your DSA
forward this paper to us in the forum? i think the paper is not uploaded
yet. plus, its also great if I can try the code that you have done. is it
open to be download, tested and learned?
we also have a work on parallel sensing and transmit which will eliminate
the sensing time limitation and trade-off. we will published this in a very
near time =) ..
Mohd Adib Sarijari
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
No, I'm afraid I can't help you there. This was from when I was working on my Ph.D. years ago at Virginia Tech and I no longer have access to the code. Any papers I have can be found in IEEE Xplore or from the SDR Forum (now Wireless Innovation Forum). I was also mostly interested in the development of a cognitive engine that I applied to the DSA problem, not really DSA itself.