I am working on OFDM.
I have several questions about OFDM codes, and in general GNU radio.
As I understand, there are functions in C + + that are linked through
if I look on the web:
I can find the C + + blocks there for OFDM: gr_ofdm_bpsk_demapper,
gr_ofdm_cyclic_prefixer, gr_ofdm_frame_acquisition ect …
On the other hand, if you look at the code: benchmark_ofdm_rx.py, it
another function that is ofdm_demod belonging to “ofdm.py.” Then call
“ofdm_receiver.py” later “ofdm_sync_ml.py”
But I never see the function calls in C + + mentioned above.
For me this raises several questions:
Benchmark_ofdm_rx.py program uses C + + functions OFDM?
Is there any way to see a python code in graphical form? as block
My ultimate goal is to take the blocks C + + and use them in simulink
receiver, is it possible?
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