Forum: GNU Radio frequency-sweep with grc

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7582f404751c7d2b331b707bc01c564a?d=identicon&s=25 Wolfgang Buesser (Guest)
on 2013-06-01 15:19
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I want to perform a frequency sweep with grc by sweeping the
center-frequency argument of the usrp-block and generate and display a
single complex-number for each value (this is for a vector-network

What I have come up with so far, is a block that processes a fixed
number of samples at a single frequency (using the head-block) and
outputs these to a file.

My problems:
1) Even though I can output these samples to a file using the file-sink,
I only get a blank display on the scope-sink whenever I use the
head-block in the signal flow. I do get "live-data" though when I remove
the head-block. How can I display the results of a single pass
generating say 1000-samples within grc?

2)Is there a way to change a parameter (e.g. the center frequency) after
a number of samples have been processed?


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