The project consist in developing a basic Virtual Sound card application able to receive Ethernet Layer 2 (L2) packets from the network and present them as a virtual sound card to the OS (e.g. 8ch audio in Windows). The idea is that a recording software (e.g. Goldwave) could then grab that virtual sound card device and record the audio signal. In other words, the required task does NOT involved recording. It's only about buffering L2 packets (special IEEE standard protocol), reorder them and buffer them once the recording starts from the 3rd application (e.g. Goldwave). Makes sense?
The person involved should have some real experience for the following skills:
- Windows driver development
- Windows application development
- Ethernet network application
- Ability to read IEEE standard and develop an application accordingly
- Windows Audio device driver
The application could be coded in your choice of language providing you get it right and on time! Our team has extensive experience with the protocol so could help provide the basic information required to decode the standard.
Based on ability and portfolio, further information will be released to a couple of bidders with the appropriate experience. FYI, if you're a website developer design house, you most likely won't be able to do the job so please don't bother bidding. Please state your experience in your bid and we'll consider you for additional information. You can then update the bid accordingly based on the additional info sent via PM. Makes sense?
I have expirence in hardware/driver programming, implementing standarts, and I am looking for projects to increase my expirence (not for money). So I can try to solve your problem for 300-400 USD.