On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 11:50 AM, Shashank Gaur <address@hidden
> Hello All,
> I already sent this email twice over weekend, I am not sure if its getting
> delivered. Apologies if I spam the list/your inbox.
> I am Shashank, one of the GSoC students this year. My project proposal was
> to work on IEEE 802.11 receiver developed by Bastian Bloessl at University
> of Innsbruck and as well an connector to Wireshark application.
> As the time comes for the Developer's Call as well the Mid Term, I would be
> obliged to have some help/feedback from the community.
> Since I realized that I have been and intend to stick around with the
> community for long time, so I thought it would be more useful to put up all
> info on a blog. You will find all the info here. I will try to publish some
> more detailed posts very soon. Also the code is available here.
> For short, here is some summary:
> Having almost same objectives and as well with some recent developments from
> Bastian, I have been trying to collaborate with him to develop the project,
> and with his insight its been much easier to work on the stuff. I have been
> able edit the gr-ieee802-11 in order to bridge the OOT module developed by
> Bastian into it.
> The modified gr-ieee802-11 module passes out the pdu using parse_mac block
> as a pair, and the wireshark connector takes that pair, extract information
> and uses it to create the PCAP headers for Wireshark to use.
> All of the reference for my work till now has been Bastian's Project
> The main milestone I wish to finish up before Mid Term is to testing the
> bridge between the Wireshark OOT module and gr-ieee802-11 module and
> finishing it. Addition to that either convert the FTW tx for current module
> or use it to create a pseudo random ieee 802.11 transmitter. As well after
> that I would like to move to the other part of proposal such as working on
> channel encoding, higher modulations, etc. for the gr-ieee802-11 module.
> Looking forward to discussing this in more detail.