Problem with output of inverse FFT

Hi @all,

on my long way to send multiple 802.11g frames i found another problem…

During the process the data is converted from frequency domain to time
domain by inverse fft.
The fft length is 64, and the input is the OFDM symbol with carrier
tones
(vector of 64 * gr_complex)
The frame consists of 3 ofdm symbols and i want to convert two identical
frames.
So there are 6 elements with a size of 64* gr_complex. (6*64 *8Byte =
3072
Byte)

When I compare the result of the first frame (Bytes 0 – 0x5FF) with the
result of the second frame (0x600 – 0xBFF) in a hex editor the frames
are
NOT the same.

They differ from each other, starting at Byte 0x800 to 0x200 in the fist
frame. (0x800 = 2048dec!?)

I’m able to reproduce the problem in GRC, using a file source
–>throttle->inverse fft(size 64) -> file sink flowgraph., my input file
is
attached.

Is there a problem with the precession of the ifft? (gnuradio 3.2.2,
ubuntu
10.04)

Has anybody an idea how to fix this?

http://old.nabble.com/file/p31056403/input.dat input.dat
http://old.nabble.com/file/p31056403/output.dat output.dat

-Hans

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Hello @ all,

after reading Megabytes of Hex Code i found an error in another file…
everything with the ifft works fine.

I found an error in the ftw_ofdm_pilot_cc.cc file, line 82.

“offset” and “i” are defined outside of all defined functions.
if the block is deleted and created again to modulate another OFDM
frame,
the wrong pilot tones are insert to this frame.

After defining “offset” and “i” in the header file (private class
elements),
the second frame has the same pilot tones.

maybe it is possibel to change this in the SVN repository.

Hans

Hans-Christian wrote:

frames.
I’m able to reproduce the problem in GRC, using a file source

-Hans


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