archiv~1: Re: SETI Linux Signal Analysis

Re: SETI Linux Signal Analysis

brian j. pardy ( (no email) )
Tue, 24 Nov 1998 11:07:25 -0800 (PST)

On Tue, 24 Nov 1998 wrote:

> Ray, David and Ed,
> I have been thinking along these lines for some time :-)
> I have some code and postprocessing running, but I am not
> using the soundcard on the Linux boxes :-(
> Still this is an important concern, Linux is after all the wave of
> the future <flame suit on>
> We need the Indefatigueable John Marcus and others in StoneSoup
> to comment (you too), you are the real digitari !
> Count me in, if you can use any code for TI DSP (EVM boards)
> and MCSA (NIM) hardware on the ports I can send it to you.

Might I suggest that anything written in this regard be specifically
brought to the attention of the seti@home folks? I'd love to take part
in seti@home, but I'm slightly worried that with their apparent focus
on the Windows crowd that the Linux users will be left in the dark.

I wish I could contribute to this or seti@home, but knowing nothing
about X/DSP/etc programming makes it tough. I'm a database and commandline

Hmm, thinking of databases...if anything is done regarding keeping a
database of known satellites and correlating it against hits, hooks
could be written into signal processing programs to query a database
for current satellite positions/transmission frequencies...

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