Gnuradio schedular

Dear sir
I experienced that after every 8191 samples variables of blocks becomes
0.
What is this 8191 limit?. I showed in gr_scheduler_overwive.pdf, N=2048.
Is
2048 number of samples? I noticed that 2048*4=8129. Please explain what
2048
and 8129

Thanks
Neil Herath

On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 11:46 PM, MHMND Herath [email protected]nvalid wrote:

Dear sir
I experienced that after every 8191 samples variables of blocks becomes 0.
What is this 8191 limit?. I showed in gr_scheduler_overwive.pdf, N=2048. Is
2048 number of samples? I noticed that 2048*4=8129. Please explain what 2048
and 8129

Thanks
Neil Herath

Hi Neil,

It’s not clear (to me) what you’re talking about here. To answer any
question it would help if you added a link to external documents,
mentioned a block (or blocks) that you’re having problems with, and
describe the flowgraph/application that it occurs in.

Nathan

That’s how C++ classes work. If you declare a variable inside a method
that
variable gets declared every time the method is called. If you want the
variable to keep state between method calls you need to declare it as a
member of the class inside the class declaration.

For more information see any tutorial on C++ classes and look for
variable
scope.

Nathan

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