Selective build of FPGA


#1

i wish to build just one rx_hb and one tx.
present usrp_std.vh has 2rx 1tx or 4rx…

what do i need to do to…
do i need to modify usrp_std.vh or are the dependancies are deep
rooted…

thanks


#2

found how to do it…
just wanted to veryfy…

created one more file
usrp_std_config_1rxhb_1tx.vh on the line of other files

uncommented
define TX_SINGLE anddefine RX_SINGLE…

so this now includes 1 TX and 1 RX halfband

On 4/19/06, amit malani removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:


Amit Malani
Master of Science (Information Networking)
Carnegie Mellon University
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#3

On Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 06:30:03PM -0400, amit malani wrote:

so this now includes 1 TX and 1 RX halfband

On 4/19/06, amit malani removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

i wish to build just one rx_hb and one tx.
present usrp_std.vh has 2rx 1tx or 4rx…

what do i need to do to…
do i need to modify usrp_std.vh or are the dependancies are deep rooted…

thanks

Amit, you’re on the right path. However, I don’t think that the
existing tx code honors the defines defined as f(TX_SINGLE), so there
may still be a bit of work to do.

Eric


#4

The ATSC has published revisions of several key standards–including
A/52,
the Digital Audio Compression Standard (AC-3); A/53, the Digital
Television
Standard; and A/110, the Synchronization Standard for Distributed
Transmission. New versions of all three documents were approved by the
ATSC
membership this summer and are now available on the ATSC Web site.

http://www.tvtechnology.com/features/atsc/f_jerry_whitaker.shtml