FW: can we do some copy operation in GNU Radio

From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: RE: [Discuss-gnuradio] can we do some copy operation in GNU
Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 23:13:07 +0800

Hi Martim:
May be I was not make myself clear. What I have done is I copied
some data
from input data of block named Burst into a array which I defined in the
block Burst,
and before that I defined some value in the array, so the array had its
structure. Then
I made the block Burst output the data in the array. So the data output
the block Burst
should has the structure which the array has. And I input the same data
such as (011100).
I plotted the output data, there is a problem about it . It seemed like
lost some data in
the position which is given to the input data.In other words,the
position which I defined value
in the block is not changed. And that is what confused me .
I do not know if I make myself clear,and I put two pictures in the
should be the same as Screenshot.png.Because I cope the same position
but just many bytes later.
But you can see it seems like lost some data.and the beginning 1010 is
defined by myself.


Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 16:32:45 +0200
From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] can we do some copy operation in GNU

On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 10:15:55PM +0800, intermilan wrote:

Hi all:
What confused me is if we can do some copy operation in GNU Radio.
It means we copy the data from in[](the input data of block) to a array, and
do some operations to the data in the array, then make the operated data in
the array to be out[](the output data of block).
Did someone do somethings like this?

Hi intermilan,

I’m probably misunderstanding, but it seems like what you describe is
bascically how every single block works. So, choose any block as an


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