|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Flowgraph Control|
|Date:||Thu, 22 Oct 2015 12:58:14 -0700|
If start and stop is in fact not the way to go, how do I make sure the simulation is put back in the default state. I don't want the control loops of the synchronizers to have any memory of the previous run.In my reading, it seems that start() and stop() are more meant for situations where you are disconnecting/connecting blocks. Is this true or should I consider calling start and stop between each run?Hi all,I'd like a recommendation on how to setup an experiment. I have a full loopback transceiver simulation that I want to test. It contains forward error correction and the full synchronization chain along with AGCs and the like.
For the experiment, I want to set the noise to a value and run the flow graph until I generate enough errors. At that point, I want to reset all the memory elements to default state and change the noise added and run until I generate enough errors again. I keep doing this N times.Is there example code that implements something similar to this already?Thanks,Rich
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