How to compute square root?

Hi,
I am doing linc transmitter by using gnu radio.In which i want to
separate
OFDM signal in two constant envelope(software part) and then power
amplify
it seprately, finally combine two signal(hardware part).I have done the
software part in Matlab and here is the code for that.
r=abs(normal_data);
theta=angle(normal_data);
%normal_data=r.exp(itheta);
rmax=max®;
e1=j.normal_data.sqrt((rmax^2)./(r.^2)-1);
s1=normal_data+e1;
plot(s1,'b
’)
s2=normal_data-e1;
plot(s2,'r
’)

Here s1 and s2 are two signals with constant envelope.As i am new to
GRC, is
it possible to compute square root, which block should i use.
Thanks
Regards


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On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 04:07:00AM -0700, JAS DEO wrote:

e1=j.normal_data.sqrt((rmax^2)./(r.^2)-1);
s1=normal_data+e1;
plot(s1,'b
’)
s2=normal_data-e1;
plot(s2,'r
’)

Here s1 and s2 are two signals with constant envelope.As i am new to GRC, is
it possible to compute square root, which block should i use.
Thanks
Regards

There is no square root block, but there are:

gr.complex_to_mag:
computes sqrt(re^2 + im^2)

gr.complex_to_mag_squared:
computes re^2 + im^2

Eric

Thanks alot sir for your reply.

Regards
Jaspreet


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