Question on incorporate different constellation indexing in gr-digital constellation objects

Dear all,

I have a question related to the constellation objects in gr-digital.
After
checking the constellation.cc, I found the constellation of 8PSK and
QPSK
class are all Grey coded. Now I want to use a 8PSK constellation with
natural mapping.

I know I can just modify the constellation indexing of the Grey mapped
8PSK
class. But I don’t want to change the 8psk class that gnuradio provided
or
to make a natural mapped 8psk class by copying the 8psk class and just
modifying the indexing. Is there any clean way to get the natural mapped
8psk class I wanted?

Thanks!
Best,
Zhe


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On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 2:44 AM, Zhe F. [email protected] wrote:

modifying the indexing. Is there any clean way to get the natural mapped
8psk class I wanted?

Thanks!
Best,
Zhe

Have a read of:
http://gnuradio.org/doc/doxygen/page_digital.html

That will explain a bit more about the constellation objects. You are
perfectly safe setting up your own Constellation Object with whatever
constellation and symbol mapping you want.

Tom

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