I am trying to squeeze (for my radar/SDR projects) as many MFLOPS as possible. I am using the Excalibur digital receiver (http://www.winradio.com/home/g31ddc.htm
) to collect RF signals, and at the output of the device I am getting a stream of data (16 bit I,Q samples, sampled at 2.5MHz, bandwidth of 2MHz) via the USB interface. I do not have access to the FPGA on the board of the Excalibur receiver, thus I had to perform so-called Digital Down Conversion (DDC) in the software. This process extracts two data streams/channels and reduces sampling rate by factor 10.
At this moment I have fully functional interface to the device (using a DLL from the vendor) written in ActiveOberon and running on my laptop under WinAos on Win7. I have also implemented the DDC converter and it seems to be working fine. Of course, the data collection is just the beginning of a long chain of heavy calculations.
In one of my previous post I mentioned that the WinAos is not able to install some of those optimized libraries. For the performance reason, I need them very badly
So, what shall I do to get those libraries installed and working?
Any suggestions are very welcome.