Is there a way to slow the playback of a data file through an FFT Sink? If I recorded at 50M and I set my FFT rate to 25M, would that result in playback twice as long? Thanks.
on 2013-12-26 23:32
on 2013-12-30 15:52
On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 5:31 PM, Paul B. Huter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Is there a way to slow the playback of a data file through an FFT Sink? If I > recorded at 50M and I set my FFT rate to 25M, would that result in playback > twice as long? > > Thanks. No, the sample rate of the FFT sink is just for display purposes: it sets the range of the x-axis and nothing more. If you want to slow down your display, assuming there is no hardware in the loop, you can use a throttle block with a fairly low rate. Tom
on 2013-12-30 15:53
Sounds good, thanks. Paul B. Huter
on 2013-12-30 22:54
Tom: What would you recommend if my data was recorded at 50M for about 15 seconds and I would like to double to playback time with a throttle. If I set the throttle to 25M, would that do the trick, or is it more complicated than that? I'm waiting for a new shipment of RAM, and once I have that I will be able to play around with things, but I just thought I would query the group to get a good starting point. Thanks.
on 2013-12-31 00:45
I often "speed up" the playback of large recordings by adjusting the throttle only. In the throttle block, I just multiple the recorded sample rate by a factor (say 10) to get increased playback speed. Don't change any other blocks' parameters - just the throttle. Very Respectfully, Dan CaJacob
on 2014-01-01 15:01
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi Paul, yes, that would basically make a 1s recording (50e6 Samples) play in 2s. Be aware however that 25Msam/s is still a lot to process, so the throttled samples might still stress out your CPU ;) Have nice new year, Marcus On 26.12.2013 23:31, Paul B. Huter wrote: > https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJSxB+KAAoJEAFxB7BbsDrLD+cH/RX1xS7HyQzKJum70x8ewh1Q DyYhGHxNwhFgFdGi1Al/g5K85zp/FeGbTetHh4v584e6qt23PsqwtNubuHvgiwxy S1w+0ksbR9/eueSMs52M7Nmom7txet2Gsl3IUEeuc07vnAgm1bZfj42Zr5U8LHhV W7RtqzM9ru7b9CEQUabcK85QBfPE4lFW0Ry7RT1R1KIse+a4ZApe/9Td3HcrVEVB kERgwX9GhuU2BLm4O88jG8uG4wYI9Lh9Jv1s13Q72UqMW+VTt25m+lt1mkLM9bNO frvnz9mZGcrMCB1Ojlg3Y/4WoSf75ZG17KlhWtwAt1qeHCrb/RwTMygsR0IJGOw= =+8dq -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
on 2014-01-02 02:44
Thanks, Marcus. The limiting factor for the flows I have seems to be RAM more than anything, and I will be back at 8GB tomorrow, hopefully, and things should be good. Thanks, and Happy New Year. Paul B. Huter