Hi, I have constructed the attached file on my grc <http://gnuradio.4.n7.nabble.com/file/n40037/09.png> I want to transmit the typed message over the air from one antenna and receive it through other antenna(both antennas belong to the same usrp.) I need help in knowing the set of commands i need to use on my terminals to actually see the transmitted and received messages. Thanks.
on 2013-03-07 18:45
on 2013-03-08 19:32
Hi Manjusha, what you most propably want to do is something of the like # ncat -l -u 12346 to see what your deframer spits out. To see what your transmitter is going to transmit, you should use whatever software generates the data and sends it to port 12345. Presuming you're using the ubiquitous bash, you can use something like # ncat -u 12345 < mylovelettertognuradio.txt Three Notes anyway: 1. That data will be binary. If you don't input bytes that map to "readable" characters, you won't see much meaningfulness on your terminal. 2. Transmitting and receiving simultaneously on the same daughterboard is tough, to be honest. The crosstalk is most propably stronger than your reception. Be warned. 3. Is UDP really the protocol of your choice in both cases? Happy Hacking! Marcus Mller Am 07.03.2013 18:36, schrieb manjusha: