I have the attached GRC file.i know it is transmitting a certain number of bits.But i want to see the number of bits being transmitted.Is there any way to do it? No_of_bits_transmitted.png <http://gnuradio.4.n7.nabble.com/file/n40083/No_of_...
on 2013-03-09 01:10
on 2013-03-09 01:12
or do i have to go through the entire .py code ,find the variables and print it?? Please help!! Thanks.
on 2013-03-09 01:21
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on 2013-03-09 01:35
Yes,you are right..I attached the wrong screen shot..My vector source doesn't repeat and I would like to know both Bit rate and Number of bits transmitted. thanks.
on 2013-03-09 01:39
On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 6:33 PM, manjusha <email@example.com> wrote: > Yes,you are right..I attached the wrong screen shot..My vector source doesn't > repeat and > I would like to know both Bit rate and Number of bits transmitted. > I've gotten the impression you're looking for a bit count after some amount of time has passed, similar to ifconfig's "TX packets:". Mangusha, from other posts I'm thinking maybe you're trying to connect a socket to a modulator and transmitter and you want to know how many bits have been transmitted. I'm certainly not going to be a definite source on this, but I don't think you can do this in grc without writing any code. Each of these blocks does have a variable (probably called something similar to noutput_items) that you can use to accumulate a total and add an output. If it's really critical to your application I don't think it's very difficult to edit one of these blocks to do it for you. Or even better, just make your own block that does nothing but count the number of items that goes through it. If I'm over complicating things and you're just trying to understand your flowgraph... I think your number of bits transmitted is 2. Your bit rate is, uh I think something like samples/symbol / samp_rate.