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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Question Regarding GMSK2 examples

From: Elaine Garbarine
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Question Regarding GMSK2 examples
Date: Tue, 02 May 2006 00:01:47 -0400
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That makes sense to me.  Is there anyway to access the payload even if the
data is not decoded correctly?  I know this seems like a useless concept but
it's something we would like to do.

Also, a quasi-related question, the README file included in the GMSK2
directory makes a note that the boards must be at least 3m apart in order
for the rx to work properly.  Why is it necessary to place the boards at
least 3m apart?


On 5/1/06 11:52 PM, "Eric Blossom" <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Mon, May 01, 2006 at 08:21:10PM -0400, Elaine Garbarine wrote:
>> Eric,
>> Thanks for pointing out rx_callback to me.  I can't believe I missed that
>> function when I was going through the example.
>> As a related question, does rx_callback only exist if the packet is received
>> properly (i.e. without errors)?
>> Regards,
>> Elaine
> It's called if the header (which includes the payload length) is
> decoded correctly.  If the payload is error-free (based on the CRC),
> then ok is True.
> Eric

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