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you have to be aware that WAVs are only meant to hold real-valued
data. So the question stands: how to “store” complex signals in WAVs?
Usually, this is done by mapping the real and imaginary parts to the
two stereo channels. Since I don’t know what the programs you mention
expect, I can’t really help you diagnose that. So: What does your
“complex>real” stage look like?
If the GNU Radio WAV source tells you that there are no samples,
chances are good that the file is empty, and something in your signal
generation went wrong.
If you generate a well known complex signal in GRC and output it (the
same way as you intend to do it for sdr#) to a wave file, can you then
open that file in software such as audacity?
I don’t quite see what you mean with “FFT attached to the complex >
float stage”. FFT is something you usually do to complex vectors, not
only to the real/imag parts isolated.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
On 28.01.2014 00:35, Jordan J. wrote:
WAV File sink, SDR# says the WAV file isn’t valid; and DREAM shows
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