I want to split my gnuradio program into two flow graphs that will run
on separate machines. I can do this by using the TCP or UDP gnuradio
blocks. The problem is that these separate flow graphs have different
schedulers that I believe are not synchronized.
My understanding is that If the first flow graph is faster than the
second, the first will quickly compute and send packets to the second,
which will then queue and execute those packets. This is not scalable,
and ideally I’m looking to get both of the flowgraph schedulers
synchronized. Is there an existing way to do this? Could I use a
separate block to send tags over?
Tommy T. II