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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] RDS blocks

From: mgray
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] RDS blocks
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 08:02:53 -0700 (MST)

Here is a link to the full RDS stanard.


Hopefully that is the system you are trying to decode.

On Tue, 21 Nov 2006, Matteo Campanella wrote:

> Hello, I've started playing around with the RDS blocks and examples, but I
> found that the blocks do not compile as taken from the tgz that was posted
> on the list some time ago. In order to make them compile, I had to move
> them in the how-to-write-a-block environment.
> This done, I have been able to successfully see RDS information, even
> though I am not completely aware of the meaning of what is shown on
> standard output.
> In the distribution there are also some blocks, like a frequency divider
> and a byphase demod; now my question is : is there any particular reason
> for having dedicated blocks or is it possible to think to use standard
> gnuradio blocks in order to frequency divide and psk demodulate?
> Also, is there anyone aware of any reference with detailed information on
> the error correction bits at the end of the blocks and how to use them? I
> haven't been able to find the standard anywhere, and I have the strong
> suspect it's not going to be available for free. Some detail is available
> here and there, but I could not find any detail about error correction
> bits.
> regards
> Matteo iz2eeq
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