> Marcus D. Leech wrote:
>>> I am in deep deep trouble. And it would be really great if somebody come
>>> with any sort of help.
>>> I am trying to collect the raw data using USRP2. I used the
>>> gr_file_sink(itemsize, "filename") for this. The "filename" is a binary
>>> and so it cant be seen/open. I googled in the internet to find a way of
>>> converting the binary file to something else. I found that there is one
>>> thing named read_float_binary.m and read_complex_binary.m to convert the
>>> data into a matlab file. This function is written in C++. I realized that
>>> have to use this function but dont know how to do it. Should I use this
>>> function directly to the python program or in the gr_file_sink.cc
>>> It would be really helpful if somebody writes the exact command for this.
>>> This is really urgent and I will appreciate it very much if somebody
>>> Thank you
>> Those files (read_float_binary.m and read_complex_binary.m) are MATLAB
>> macros, intended to
>> be used directly by MatLab. If you don't know how to use MatLab,
>> this is likely the wrong list
>> to get high-quality help in that direction. Just sayin'
>> Marcus Leech
>> Principal Investigator
>> Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium
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