Delay line

Dear Sir
I created a C++ sync block and inserted

out[i]=in[i-100]
I wanted to get 100th earliest sample continuously.
It worked. But I wanted to know will this correct when it connected to a
source continuously.
Thanks
Neil

On 02.02.2014 14:14, MHMND Herath wrote:

Dear Sir
I created a C++ sync block and inserted

out[i]=in[i-100]

I wanted to get 100th earliest sample continuously.
It worked. But I wanted to know will this correct when it connected to a
source continuously.
Thanks
Neil

You probably want to use the blocks.delay() block here.

MB

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Yes, it will.
The GNU Radio scheduler calls your block’s work() function whenever it
needs new data.

Anyway, this is a very basic principle of GR; I recommend working
through the “creating an OOT module” tutorial, it’s really great!

Greetings,
Marcus

On 02.02.2014 14:14, MHMND Herath wrote:

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Forgot to mention: You must call the set_history() function accordingly!

On 03.02.2014 00:13, Marcus M. wrote:

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