On Fri, Feb 05, 2010 at 03:22:51PM +0530, chandu wrote:
thank you Eric for the useful information that cleared many doubts.
My specific doubt is:
as following statement Determine the appropriate Rx mux value as a
function of the subdevice choosen and the characteristics of the
int usrp_standard_rx::determine_rx_mux_value ( const usrp_subdev_spec
Since you’re using two daugherboards use the two subdev spec version
(It’s on the next line of the Doxygen generated documentation.):
int usrp_standard_rx::determine_rx_mux_value (const usrp_subdev_spec
const usrp_subdev_spec &ss_b)
what is the rx_mux_value for daughter boards flex900 and flex2400?
Call the function with the daughterboards installed…
If you’re calling it from python this should work:
From whare that is loaded by default for any daughter board?
The applications set it. You can see this by looking at any of the
examples or utilities that we ship, or by search all the source:
$ find . ( -name ‘.cc’ -o -name '.py’ ) -print | grep -vE
‘_swig.cc|_swig.py’ | xargs grep set_mux
The command line is your friend…
(The grep -vE ‘_swig.cc|_swig.py’ part filters out hits in the SWIG
generated glue between python and the C++ libraries.)