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IMO the easiest thing to do would be that companions wouldn't be dismissed after using the transportalponder. Then when you're back in the Mojave they are waiting for you by the Mojave Drive in.
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Please enter email address in correct format. Please enter an email address. This Signal Source is now set to output a real-valued 1 kHz sinusoid with a peak amplitude of 0. In the flowgraph, the Signal Source block will have an orange output tab, representing a float real data type.
If the block settings is chosen as complex instead of float, then the output tab will be blue. In order to view this wave we need one of the graphical sinks. Expand the Instrumentation category and then the WX subcategory. It should appear in the main window. Double-click on the block and change the Type to Float.
Click OK to close the properties dialog. In order to connect these two blocks, click once on the out port of the Signal Source , and then once on the in port of the Scope Sink. The problem with this flowgraph is that although the sample rate is set to , there is no block which enforces this sample rate.
Therefore, the flowgraph will consume as much of the computer's resources as it possibly can which can cause the GRC software to lock up. Expand the Misc category and double-click on the Throttle. Note that the input and output arrowheads will change to red. This indicates a problem with the flowgraph, in this case, the data types do not match.
To fix the problem, double-click the Throttle and change the Type to Float. In order to observe the operation of this simple system we must generate the flowgraph and then execute it. Click first on the icon or press F5 to generate the flowgraph. If the flowgraph has not yet been saved, a file dialog will appear when you click this button. Name this file tutorial1. The generation stage converts your flowgraph into executable Python code.
Click the icon or press F6 to execute the flowgraph. The execution stage runs the Python code that was generated in the previous step. A scope plot should open displaying several cycles of the sinusoid. Confirm that the frequency and amplitude match the value that you expect. What is the period of one cycle of the sine wave, and thus what is the frequency? Experiment with the controls on the scope plot. Note that there are in fact 32 samples within one cycle of the wave.
Close the scope and reduce the sample rate to by double-clicking on the Variable block and entering 10e3 in the Value box.
Tutorial 1: Using GNU Radio Companion - - ECE Communications Theory and Systems I
Note that you can use this exponential notation anywhere that GNURadio requires a number. Re-generate and execute the flow graph. Note that there are now fewer points per cycle. How low can you drop the sample rate? Recall that the Nyquist sampling theorem requires that we sample at more than two times the highest frequency. Experiment with this and see how the output changes as you drop below the Nyquist rate. Review the theory of the Spectrum Analyzer. Close the scope and change the sample rate back to Change the Type to Float and leave the remaining parameters at their default values.
Generate and execute the flow graph. You should observe the scope as before along with an FFT plot correctly showing the frequency of the input at 1KHz. Close the output windows. The number sink is typically used to monitor slowly-changing signals such as the RMS input level. In this example, the sine wave changes too fast for the numbers to keep up.
The waterfall sink is used to display amplitude vs. The waterfall is a time frequency diagram with time on the vertical axis.
Note that for a single 1 Khz sine wave input, the frequency does not change with time, thus a vertical line is displayed at 1 Khz. The histo sink displays a histogram of the input values, which can be used to monitor the symbol distribution in a digital signal or the distribution of a noise source. The Audio Sink is found in the Audio category. The Audio Sink block directs the signal to the audio card of your computer. Note that the sample rate is set to , a sample rate that is usually, but not always supported by computer audio hardware.
Other commonly-supported rates are , and Some audio hardware may support higher rates such as and Also note that there is no Throttle block. This is because the audio hardware enforces the desired sample rate by only accepting samples at this rate. It is worth noting that sample rates, especially related to audio output are a common source of frustration in these labs so it is worth spending some time to ensure the concepts are understood here.
More information about how GNU Radio communicates with the computer's audio hardware can be found here. Generate and execute this flow graph.