Variable sampling rate

Dear all,

I am trying to implement the DVB-S2 satellite standard which has two
sample
rates:

30.9 MBaud OR 29.7 MBaud.

My question is : can USRP N210 sample at these sample rates?

I don’t seem to be able to decimate the 100 MSps to these rates. is
there
away to do this?

Would you direct me to a usefull documentation regarding this issue,
please?

Thanks

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On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 07:24:32AM -0800, Zohair wrote:

Dear all,

I am trying to implement the DVB-S2 satellite standard which has two sample
rates:

30.9 MBaud OR 29.7 MBaud.

These are baud rates, not sampling rates. Unless you mean 30.9MS/s which
is not even possible using a single USRP.

My question is : can USRP N210 sample at these sample rates?

I don’t seem to be able to decimate the 100 MSps to these rates. is there
away to do this?

Looks like you answered your own question. For ‘awkward’ sampling rates,
check the arbitrary resampler blocks and resample on the host.

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