How can I separate and count the IQ samples stored

How can I separate and count the IQ samples stored

Hello Julio,

it’s not really clear what you’re asking.
Could you explain what you’re looking at, what your system is, and what
the problem you’re encountering is?

Best regards,
Marcus

File source (no repeat) -> complex to float -> 2 file sinks; one writing
to
“real.f32” and the other going to “imag.f32”.

Take the size of each output file and divide by 4. That’s how many
samples
are in each.
On Sep 7, 2015 9:41 PM, “Julio Hector Aguilar Renteria”
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