|Subject:||[Discuss-gnuradio] About the use of gr.probe_signal_f()|
|Date:||Tue, 14 Feb 2012 18:00:53 +0900|
I’m trying to read the real-time value of a stream from USRP. I’m considering using gr.probe_signal_f, but it seems to not work. I’m really new to GNURadio, so please forgive me if I ask some stupid question.
My method is like this:
#First generate a source from USRP:
self.source = uhd.usrp_source(device_addr=’’, stream_args=uhd.stream_args(‘fc32’, ‘sc16’), args=’scalar=1024’)
#change from complex to interleaved short:
op1 = gr.complex_to_interleaved_short()
#change from short to float
op2 = gr.short_to_float()
self.probe = gr.probe_signal_f()
self.connect(self.source, op1, op2, self.probe)
And in a true while loop, I print the value of the probe, but the value is always 0.0
Could anyone tell me what is the problem? And is there any better way to realize this function?
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