USRP OFDM example TIMEOUT always timeout on RFX2400 can not be solved

Hi everyone, now I have one a USRP device with two RFX 2400. when i try
to
use the example in
gnuradio-example/python/ofdm/ benchmark_tx/rx.py. i use this one board
to
send and receive.
the following command is the command i use, but the result is Timeout.

I can not figure that out, anybody can give me a idea~, the gnuradio is
Version3.2. is the problem of the gnuradio daughterboard or i use the
wrong
command. i just use the example in the gnuradio. what can i do, thnx~.
./benchmark_tx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M --tx-amplitude=5000 -T A --log
./benchmark_rx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M -R A --log

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suggest you open the “logging” flag, then have a look at the data file
to
find which block doesn’t work well.

2009/9/25, zhenhuan86 [email protected]:

[email protected] Wei wrote:

Hi everyone, now I have one a USRP device with two RFX 2400. when i try
to
use the example in
gnuradio-example/python/ofdm/ benchmark_tx/rx.py. i use this one board
I can not figure that out, anybody can give me a idea~, the gnuradio is
Version3.2. is the problem of the gnuradio daughterboard or i use the
wrong
command. i just use the example in the gnuradio. what can i do, thnx~.
./benchmark_tx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M --tx-amplitude=5000 -T A --log
./benchmark_rx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M -R A --log

What is the result of the outpur at the receiver side?

[email protected] Wei wrote:

Hi everyone, now I have one a USRP device with two RFX 2400. when i try
to
use the example in
gnuradio-example/python/ofdm/ benchmark_tx/rx.py. i use this one board
I can not figure that out, anybody can give me a idea~, the gnuradio is
Version3.2. is the problem of the gnuradio daughterboard or i use the
wrong
command. i just use the example in the gnuradio. what can i do, thnx~.
./benchmark_tx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M --tx-amplitude=5000 -T A --log
./benchmark_rx.py -m qpsk -f 2400M -R A --log

What is the result of the output at the receiver side?

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