recently I have a project which need to use higher modulation scheme,
as 16QAM or 64 QAM. I noticed that in python/gnuradio/blksimpl, there is
demodualtion part for higher modulation schemes. Is that means we need
finish it by ourself?
And i also noticed that from the maillist attached as below, Tom seems
working on the modualtion models. Did he finish this work, and post at
place i just did not find ?
I really appreciate any help from you guys. Since I am very new to the
python language and dont have confidence to programme the model in such
RE: constellation mapping
by trondeau Mar 06, 2007; 05:44am :: Rate this Message: - Use ratings
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Have you looked at the mpsk code that’s in the tree? Most of this
stuff is already in place. I believe that Tom R. is working on
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Yep, you can already look in python/gnuradio/blksimpl for DBPSK and
I’m finishing up the tests on the new stuff now and hopefully will get
checked in to the trunk by the end of today.
This will include D8PSK and a number of square QAM modulations up to
These are currently disabled until the receivers are finished, but the
will be there to see how I’m doing it. The modulators have been verified
using our signal analyzer.
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