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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] complex vector output of a block

From: Sammour
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] complex vector output of a block
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 08:41:12 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks again Martin.

I believe the problem is not in the algorithm as I actually tested it and
can print the output of it on the screen as you suggested (I mean "out" in
my original post). Everything excellent at this stage. However, the problem
is that the block in  GRC doesn't generate output.

I didn't want to give details in order not to divert direction of the
problem investigation.  However, the block finds the autocovariance matrix
of N inputs using the update method.

Best regards,


Martin Braun-4 wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 09, 2010 at 06:06:01AM -0700, Sammour wrote:
>> Thanks for replying. N is designed to be 2:12. 
>> The block uses a number of inputs (N) to update a matrix that I am
>> sending
>> to the output as a vector that  will be reshaped in the next block when
>> it
>> is used. Do you think that my programme takes much time to execute?
> Hi Sam,
> I have no clue what your block does, and you're not giving away too much
> information :)
> But I don't think your block should be too difficult to debug, I assume
> you have unit tests running (and failing), if not, do that first. Put
> in enough data for work() to be called once, and use printfs to see
> what's happening.
> MB
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