QT GUI Frequency Sink and real inputs labels are wrong for FFT length != 1024

If one selects real input on a QT GUI Frequency sink, and also selects
half-width, and also has an FFT size != 1024, then the X-axis labels are
wrong.

If using an FFT length of 1024, the X axis labels proceed from 0 to
bandwidth/2, as one might expect. I tried playing with the “center
frequency”
parameter to make the labels make sense, but I couldn’t find a setting
that made it better…

v3.7.6.1-89-gc990e825

On 02/21/2015 09:30 AM, Marcus D. Leech wrote:

If one selects real input on a QT GUI Frequency sink, and also selects
half-width, and also has an FFT size != 1024, then the X-axis labels are
wrong.

If using an FFT length of 1024, the X axis labels proceed from 0 to
bandwidth/2, as one might expect. I tried playing with the “center
frequency”
parameter to make the labels make sense, but I couldn’t find a setting
that made it better…

Thanks,

can you submit this to the issue tracker please?

M

On 02/21/2015 10:43 AM, Martin B. wrote:

Thanks,

can you submit this to the issue tracker please?

M


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