[semi-spam] sdr struggles continue
gmkarl at gmail.com
Sat May 22 05:03:53 PDT 2021
I have a relay connected to pin 4 of a raspberry pi, maybe like this one
Relays are a very basic electric component that most electrical people
would know about. They let you turn things on and off with a microchip.
On the relay I have a noise generator. It just outputs noise when
powered. I drive the pin with a 40hz square wave, using a gnuradio block.
By setting the time raster block's column number to the period of the
square wave I can visualise it. This is something I've tried to do for
years and only just managed to do! The visualisation helps stabilise work
when issues happen, letting you see what is going on under the hood.
One next step for visualisation for me right now is to make an accumulation
block that combines many signals into one: decimating them in the packet
domain. But right now my system ran out of space for some reason building
gnuradio. How did I build it before if cleaning and rebuilding it exhausts
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