The .mdl code for the mdc and mdp development modules is finished. These modules need more filters, and testing. Probably the most interesting piece left to do is putting in the gains and filters for the oplev model in mdp. It might be OK to simply ignore oplevs and first test damping of the real optic without them. However, it shouldn't be hard to get decent numbers for oplevs, add them to the mdp (plant) module, and make sure the mdc/mdp pair is stable. In mdp, the oplev path starts with the SUSPIT and SUSYAW signals. Kakeru recently completed calibration of the oplevs from oplev cts to radians: 1403 . From this work we should find the conversion factors from PIT and YAW to oplev counts, without making any new measurements. (The measurements wouldn't be hard either, if we can't simply pull numbers from a document.) These factors can be added to mdp as appropriate gains.
I've also copied mdc to a new module, which I've named "sas" to address fears of channel name collisions in the short term, and replaced the cpu-to-cpu connections with ADC and DAC connections. sas can be the guy for the phase I ETMY test. When we're happy with mdc/mdp, we hopefully can take the mdc filter file from chans, replace all the "MDC" strings with "SAS", and use it.