|From:||Aditya Arun Kumar|
|Subject:||Re: Issue in file sink block|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Nov 2020 17:36:01 +0530|
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Again, the file sink is fine.
On 02.11.20 04:39, Maitry Raval wrote:
> I understand, I think, I need to use PSK demod using below link.
> But, as I have a requirement of storing the demod data in file , how is it possible using file sink or any other way, please guide.
> With Best Regards,
> Maitry Raval,
> R& D engineer|Azista Industries Pvt Ltd| 079-40605800|www.azistaaerospace.com
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> Sent: Saturday, October 31, 2020 9:06:22 PM
> Subject: Re: Issue in file sink block
> Hi Maitry,
> I doubt it's the file sink. That tutorial used DPSK Mod, and that's
> among the buggy packet_encoder tooling that we deprecated a long time
> ago, and finally banished two-ish years ago. It just dropped data.
> See the more modern packet examples that come with your GNU Radio 3.8.
> On 31.10.20 09:34, Maitry Raval wrote:
>> Hello ,
>> I am using GNU radio along with ADRV9361-Z7035 Board for data reception
>> and demodulation. I have faced an issue of using file sink block along
>> with QPSK demod blocks. when I am attaching dpsk/PSK demod block with
>> file sink, I have not received data in binary format. it gives some
>> trunk values. when I am doing wrong, please guide us.
>> I have taken a reference of below link.
>> The only difference is that I am using receiving section only. as I am
>> transmitting from other source. so I have attached fmcommsource block
>> with dpsk demod followed by file sink.
>> Please guide
>> With Best Regards,
>> Maitry Raval,
>> R& D engineer|Azista Industries Pvt Ltd|
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