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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] bandwidths< 400Khz no longer work with USRP2

From: Marcus D. Leech
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] bandwidths< 400Khz no longer work with USRP2
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 14:45:54 -0500
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On 11/17/2010 12:43 PM, Marcus D. Leech wrote:

What I'm seeing is that the magnitudes (as seen in the number sink) coming off the source, even with roughly 75dB of gain ahead are roughly 0.002 to 0.003 when I'm using 400KHz sampling, and roughly 0.0006 to 0.0007 when the bandwidth is 250KHz. If you process the numbers as voltages, then we're talking a roughly 10dB drop in apparent average power level by reducing the bandwidth by less than 3dB. Both 400Khz and 250KHz use a decimation that is both even, and a multiple of 4, so they should be using exactly
  the same filter sequence in the decimator, correct?

Marcus, you're a blithering idiot who should routinely be denied air. You have clearly conflated the decimation/bandwidth numbers and erroneously come to the conclusion that they should use the same half-band filter lineup. They don't, you stupid, sorry excuse for an advanced lifeform you. God, can you even tie your shoes reliably? Let's see, 250KHz uses a decimation of 400, which uses both half-bands in the FPGA because it's both even and a multiple of 4, whereas 400KHz uses a decimation of 250, which is even, but not a multiple of four, and so only uses a single half-band. So *naturally*, the numbers won't "add up" between the two bandwidths.

Frikkin' hell man, get a clue would you? Before I come over there and whack you upside the head with a gnarly-great clue-by-four.

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