Yeah, theyre 32-bit float I and Q, and for CPUs whose native FP format is IEEE 754, that's what they'll be on disk
On 2015-10-02 12:55, Jason Matusiak wrote:
I just wanted to make sure I have this right (because I always seem to
confuse myself); the complex data type is 64bits, 4 bytes of I and 4
bytes of Q, right?
Secondly, those 4B are of type signed floats from [-1,1], right? I
assume that these are of the IEEE 754 type?
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