New ALOE Release

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Ismael Gomez

Apr 16, 2013, 6:20:23 AM4/16/13
Dear colleagues,

Release 0.6 of ALOE++ has been published It features:

 - Downlink channels: PDSCH, PBCH, PCFICH and PDCCH.
 - Complete isolation of transmitter and receiver. Receiver reconfigures its parameters based on the received and decoded control information.
 - End-to-end PHY processing latency of 8 ms. We are working on reducing this figure.
 - First Uplink models of PUSCH and PUCCH. New features will be added.
 - UDP sink/source modules.
 - Waveform development and verification tools. 
 - And many more...

Check also the project web site [] for the description of the project status. 

Thanks for your interest!
The OSLD Team

Alexander Chemeris

Apr 16, 2013, 6:22:42 AM4/16/13
Hi Ismael,

Is there a step-by-step howto on how to get a demo working? And do you
have a video, demonstrating current capabilities? It's a bit hard to
understand what could be achieved with the system from user
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Ismael Gomez

Apr 16, 2013, 7:22:43 AM4/16/13
Hi Alexander,

There is a step-by-step howto in the website It's quite easy to compile and run a simple test where random data is generated and transmitted/received through the PDSCH.

Another test scenario we are preparing is to stream a video through the transmitter running on one PC, send the baseband samples to udp/usrp, and process the received samples on another PC that reproduces video. The code is almost ready, but we are finishing the documentation and some minor details.

A demonstration video would definitely show the capabilities of our system. Thank you for your suggestion. We hope to have it ready by the end of the month. 

Best regards,

2013/4/16 Alexander Chemeris <>

Alexander Chemeris

Apr 16, 2013, 7:40:16 AM4/16/13

Looking forward to the demo and the video!
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