On 06/12/2019 09:08 AM, Sara Kim wrote:
Okay, thanks! Is it possible to use the included
file meta sink instead, and get what I need out of it? Also, I
wanted to include the frequency at which data was collected. How
would I include that information?
If your source provides a frequency tag, and all your blocks are
tag-preserving, the file meta-sink will include that tag information
On Tue, Jun 11, 2019 at 1:06
PM Marcus D. Leech <address@hidden
06/11/2019 09:22 AM, Sara Kim wrote:
> I'm very new to gnu radio. I have gnu radio companion
> Ubuntu on a VM via VirtualBox. I'm using a USRPB200. I'm
> understanding how I take the raw IQ data received by my
USRP B200 and
> output it into a file that's in the VITA 49 format within
> companion. There are some file sinks available within gnu
> companion, but they don't seem to be what I am looking
for, or are they?
None of the file sinks product VITA-49 format, although there
module "out there" that does that.
I'm going to guess that very few people need VITA-49 as a file
so it's never been added to core Gnu Radio functionality.
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