really thanks George,
I figured it out and it seems to work..
now I'm wondering why, if I enable two channels from the usrp with :
if not self.u.set_nchannels(nchan):
sys.stderr.write('set_nchannels(%d) failed\n' % (nchan,))
and attempt to transfer an 8 MHz bandwidth, the signals look and sound
good (once demodulated) but I keep getting "uOuOuOs.." which are not
there if the 2 channels are not enabled or the required bandidth is
below 8 MHz.
(processing demand to the host computer is however far below the maximum
allowed by my machine)
thanks for help
On Mon, 2008-02-18 at 10:34 -0500, George Nychis wrote:
There is a method to the madness!
Take a look at how each ddc is mapped.
From: Vincenzo <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 9:48 AM
To: gnuradio mailing list <address@hidden>
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] a little puzzled with setting rx mux...
I think I'm a bit confused about the meaning of instructions like
I mean what exactly do I tell to the set_mux method by each single
does for exmample a 3 in the 4th position mean that adc3 is connected to
the Q channel of DDC 1?
how can I obtain two demultiplated gr.complex flows coming from two
separate frontends (actually two DBSRX) one on rxA one and rxB side?
do what I need?
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