Re: Write I/Q to WAV file

Well it indeed appears to be my graph. Tried using a simple graph.

Signal Source (32k) > Complex - Float > WAV

Dream decoded it, SDR# read it, and it was fine.
My graph of interest must have a sample-rate no lower than 360k. It
appears
to be recording something, but its almost as if it is recording the
samples
too quickly?

Here is a screenshot of the graph if it helps any.
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-aSbYCHxTFFk/Uub13Q-yoVI/AAAAAAAAqng/i3lBhqzp4TE/w915-h477-no/Screenshot+-+01272014+-+04%3A11%3A38+PM.png

On 01/28/2014 01:26 AM, Jordan J. wrote:

Well it indeed appears to be my graph. Tried using a simple graph.

Signal Source (32k) > Complex - Float > WAV

Jordan,

this is a common use case for WAV files, actually. What you do is you
split the complex signal and pass the I part to one channel and Q to the
other (I think the convention was I -> R, but I might be mistaken. IIRC,
DREAM lets you configure this anyhow). So you get a “stereo” WAV file.

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