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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] How to increase the noutput_items

From: Martin Braun
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] How to increase the noutput_items
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2015 10:22:50 -0700
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I don't know the details off the top of my head, but this might be one of those functions that you can't call during work(). Have you tried calling it in the ctor?


On 01.04.2015 08:34, Zhe Feng wrote:
Dear Marcus,

Thanks for your comment!
I made a typo my previous post that I was going to say
"set_min_noutput_items" but I wrote "set_noutput_items". I actually used
it in the work function, but it didn't seem to function as I expected.
After reading your comment, I put it in the constructor and nothing

Best regards,

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 11:18 AM, Marcus Müller <address@hidden
<mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:

    noutput_items is what GNU Radio can maximally allow your block to
    produce, which is the free size in the output buffer, which is the input
    buffer of the next block.
    So if your block is faster than the downstream block, you will see
    exactly the behaviour you are observing. This is normal, and good.

    There's nothing the scheduler can do about this -- something
    "downstream" of your block just "backs up" the item flow, and your block
    will have to wait until whatever is downstream of it is done consuming
    input, so that there is space for output from your block again.

    You could try using set_min_noutput_items [1] in your block's
    constructor, so that GNU Radio won't even ask you to work() if there's
    not enough space available.



    On 04/01/2015 04:47 PM, Zhe Feng wrote:
     > Dear all,
     > I'm experiencing a problem with the noutput_items.
     > I have written a sync block which did "return" several times. I
    found the
     > noutput_items dropped exactly by the amount that I returned. For
    example, if
     > I wrote "return 10", after that, I printed noutput_items and found it
     > decreased to noutput_items -10.
     > Due to this fashion, the noutput_items could decrease to a value
    that one of
     > my "if statement" isn't satisfied. In that case, several items
    wouldn't be
     > outputed so the actual size of output items is smaller than the
    size of
     > input items. Is it still a sync block?
     > I tried to wait for the noutput_items to increase but it didn't
    happen. I
     > tried to use "set_noutput_items( )" or "set_output_buffer()" to
    some values
     > I wanted, but they also failed.
     > So I'm asking that how to tell the scheduler effectively that I
    want to
     > increase the noutput_items?
     > Thanks!
     > Best regards,
     > Zhe
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