Hi Valian, easy answers first: I use Fedora, many others use Ubuntu, some use Gentoo, I'm certain a couple people use Arch, too. That's not a problem - Arch is nice in that it's always pretty recent and is very nice to people doing source builds. So, if you feel comfortable building GNU Radio from source on Arch, go for it!
Things to look into: Well, you'll need to know GNU Radio. So, if you haven't, start with the "GNU Radio Guided Tutorials", build your first GRC flow graph, then a python thing, then a C++ thing; https://tutorials.gnuradio.org Best Regards, Marcus On Wed, 2018-03-07 at 16:54 +0700, Valian Masdani wrote: > Hi Marcus, thank you very much for replying. > > Okay, so the RTL dongle might not be sufficient for the DTV project. > > I am actually not really set on DTV. But I'm pretty much enthusiast about GUI > programming. I've done basic Qt GUI designing in the past and made something > like resistor calculator, voltage divider, etc. so I'm familiar with Qt > widgets, but I forgot which version of Qt I used back then. > > I'm also experienced with C++ programming. I don't know if Arduino > programming counts as C++ programming but I had a lot of experience on it, > and I'm familiar with the concept of object-oriented programming, I just > hadn't applied OOP a lot in my programming days. > > One more thing. What distribution does your developer team mainly use? I'm > using arch-based system and I'm afraid that it'll not go well with the other > members. Also, what can I do to familiarize myself on this project? I'm > really looking forward to contribute further. > > Best regards, > Valian Masdani > > On 7 March 2018 at 00:26, Müller, Marcus (CEL) <muel...@kit.edu> wrote: > > Hi Valian, > > > > great to hear from you! > > Well, Tkinter won't be of much help (we don't want to introduce yet > > another GUI framework), but your experience in working with GUIs would > > be of help. For other GUI Frameworks, aim for Qt5 / PyQt5. > > > > So, the real issue here is that the RTL dongles simply aren't > > sufficient for this project – you'll need access to something that > > gives you a lot more bandwidth, and a fast PC. So, you picked one of > > the ideas that are actually necessarily hardware-dependent, I'm afraid. > > > > Are you very set on TV? If that's the case, we can look into what you > > could achieve without access to capable SDR hardware, but that would > > basically amount to coming up with a completely new idea, and finding a > > new mentor for that. > > > > If you're not really focused on TV, you could do other GUI-related > > work. For example, the "Qt Widgets improvements" would be an option > > (though that really requires come C++ experience and sufficient > > familiarity with Qt), or, the "Filter Design Tool Enhancements". To be > > frank, the task alone to bring it over to Qt5 (and get rid of PyQWT), > > to make it truly concurrent, and then to add a couple new features > > would be a very interesting and helpful addition! > > > > Best regards, > > Marcus > > > > On Tue, 2018-03-06 at 23:00 +0700, Valian Masdani wrote: > > > Greetings, > > > > > > I looked up through the ideas list for GSoC 2018, and I am interested in > > > the DTV Front-End project. I am experienced in using Tkinter for GUI > > > programming in Python, and I have a friend which has an RTL USB dongle > > > which I might be able to use for experimenting. What other GUI tool might > > > be useful for this project? I am really looking forward to contribute to > > > this project. > > > > > > Regards, > > > Valian Masdani > > > _______________________________________________ > > > Discuss-gnuradio mailing list > > > Discussfirstname.lastname@example.org > > > https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio > >
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