|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] benchmark test between two USRPs have different performances in two directions|
|Date:||Fri, 10 Aug 2012 13:36:38 -0400|
There will be a slight frequency offset between devices. Often with some
On 08/08/2012 10:31 AM, Weixian Zhou wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> The tone test works. And I have tried to use different antennas. The
> following is the result:
> The results are very different even with same antennas. The n_rcvd/n_right
> is 626/623, and 289/0 sometimes. What might be the reason?
of the example apps, this offset will cause the signal to be outside of
the filter pass band. It would be good to make sure that the received
spectrum appears at the expected frequency:
some faq on this:
In general, it looks like you are seeing a lot of dropped packets or
checksum errors. You have to diagnose the issue at a lower level. How
does the received spectrum look? How-about the received constellation?
Any obvious distortions, etc?
> On Sat, Aug 4, 2012 at 1:53 PM, Josh Blum <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 08/03/2012 03:45 PM, Weixian Zhou wrote:
>>> I run benchmark_tx in USRP A, and benchmark_rx in USRP B:
>>> A: ./benchmark_tx.py -f 2.46G -r 0.5M --tx-gain=-30
>>> B: ./benchmark_rx.py -f 2.46G -r 0.5M
>>> The n_right/n_recvd is 549/628.
>>> But when I rx in USRP A and tx in USRP B with the same parameters, the
>>> n_right/n_recvd is always pretty bad: 0/275.
>>> What might be the reasons?
>> 0/275 doesnt sound like a performance difference. Something is just not
>> working, or incorrect setup, antenna issues.
>> Before experimenting with the mac layer examples in gnuradio, it might
>> be good to verify setup connectivity and signal integrity, etc.
>> have you verified functionality of your setup with a simple test tone?
>> Check the the correct antennas are used. correct frequency comes out,
>> reasonable power level.
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