On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 10:12:06AM -0700, isaacgerg wrote:
I was wondering if anyone has written a small C++ application which is the
bare bones required to interface with the URSP.
Thanks in advanced,
Take a look at the version of usrp/host/apps/test_usrp_standard_tx.cc
that’s currently in the trunk. As of  yesterday, it tunes
the daughterboard, sets the gain, etc. It’s not a beautiful piece of
code (it was written to help track down a bug), but it does show the
basics of transmitting using usrp_standard_tx directly.
One level up from that, there’s an all C++ example that is pretty much
functionally equivalent to usrp_siggen.py It uses the GR usrp_sink_c
block from C++. See gr-usrp/apps/usrp_siggen.cc.
Neither of these examples are “ready for prime time”. Neither handles
^C properly (they leave the transmitter running). YMMV. But they
will give you some ideas.