Timed command

Hi,
I wanna transmit a 1khz Sinusoidal signal for one second and transmit
2khz for another second.The code maybe something like this:
set_command_time(&mytime)
sig_sin_source.work(…)
set_command_time(&mytime+1)
sig_sin_source.work(…)
But as I know,the first set_command_time would back-pressure all
subsequent timed commands.This would make it impossible for the second
set_command_time to reach the USRP buffer in time.
Is it correct?And what’s the suggestion?
I appreciate any tips.
Thank you.

On 03/03/2013 09:28 PM, Gong Z. wrote:

Is it correct?And what’s the suggestion?
I appreciate any tips.
Thank you.

For timing the transmission of samples you will want to use the stream
tagging feature of gnuradio (some examples and docs in the link):
http://code.ettus.com/redmine/ettus/projects/uhd/wiki/GNU_Radio_UHD#Using-UHD-Software-with-GNU-Radio

The timed commands thing is really for timing settings like tuning the
device, or setting gain at a specific time, its separate from the
streaming interface.

-josh

2013/3/4 15:56, Josh B. wrote:

subsequent timed commands.This would make it impossible for the second
device, or setting gain at a specific time, its separate from the
streaming interface.

-josh

Thank you for your valuable feedback.//If I wanna retune the device
every second,it really has nothing to do with data stream.Maybe I should
refer to python or UHD.Can you give me some example?

Thank you for your valuable feedback.//If I wanna retune the device
every second,it really has nothing to do with data stream.Maybe I should
refer to python or UHD.Can you give me some example?

Here is an example in C++ for tuning two LOs at a given time, the same
methods are also available on the gr-uhd blocks and python wrappers:

http://files.ettus.com/uhd_docs/manual/html/sync.html#align-los-in-the-front-end-sbx-wbx-n-series

The name of the functions may be slightly different because the
source/sink abstraction, see the name of the functions here:

http://gnuradio.org/cgit/gnuradio.git/tree/gr-uhd/include/gr_uhd_usrp_source.h

-josh

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