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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] EEPROM Burning for WBX_NG

From: Sanjay Singh
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] EEPROM Burning for WBX_NG
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2010 20:12:22 +0530

Hi Marcus,

uname -m is returning i686.


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 8:05 PM, Sanjay Singh <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Marcus,

I have followed below set of lines from gnuradio build guide after installing Fedora-13.

# yum install gnuradio usrp
# yum groupinstall "Engineering and Scientific" "Development Tools" 
# yum install fftw-devel cppunit-devel wxPython-devel libusb-devel \
guile boost-devel alsa-lib-devel numpy gsl-devel python-devel pygsl \
python-cheetah python-lxml PyOpenGL
# yum install PyQt4-devel qwt-devel qwtplot3d-qt4-devel
# yum install sdcc
# export PATH=/usr/libexec/sdcc:$PATH
# yum install xmlto graphviz
# yum install qt4-devel qwt-devel qwtplot3d-qt4-devel PyQt4-devel

# git clone http://gnuradio.org/git/gnuradio.git

# ./bootstrap
# ./configure
# make
# make check
# sudo make install


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 10:41 AM, Marcus D. Leech <address@hidden> wrote:
Now, I have done complete new installation of Fedora-13, and installed all the dependencies as mentioned in build guide. After that i have run git and cloned gnuradio to get latest source. after that i have run
# ./bootstrap 

# ./configure
# make
# make check
# sudo make install

I have collected logs from terminal after i ran "make" and have attached file for your reference. I saw some warnings at last few lines.

after installing gnuradio i went and checked

usrp_dbid.dat and found these lines

"WBX NG TX"        0x0052
"WBX NG RX"        0x0053

and then i checked usrp_dbid.h and found these lines

#define USRP_DBID_WBX_NG_TX       0x0052
#define USRP_DBID_WBX_NG_RX       0x0053

and at last i checked usrp_dbid.py in usrpm folder and found following lines

# Machine generated by gen_usrp_dbid.py from usrp_dbid.dat
# Do not edit by hand.  All edits will be overwritten.

# USRP Daughterboard ID's

BASIC_TX         = 0x0000
BASIC_RX         = 0x0001
DBS_RX           = 0x0002
TV_RX            = 0x0003
FLEX_400_RX      = 0x0004
FLEX_900_RX      = 0x0005
FLEX_1200_RX     = 0x0006
FLEX_2400_RX     = 0x0007
FLEX_400_TX      = 0x0008
FLEX_900_TX      = 0x0009
FLEX_1200_TX     = 0x000a
FLEX_2400_TX     = 0x000b
TV_RX_REV_2      = 0x000c
DBS_RX_CLKMOD    = 0x000d
LF_TX            = 0x000e
LF_RX            = 0x000f
FLEX_400_RX_MIMO_A = 0x0014
FLEX_900_RX_MIMO_A = 0x0015
FLEX_1200_RX_MIMO_A = 0x0016
FLEX_2400_RX_MIMO_A = 0x0017
FLEX_400_TX_MIMO_A = 0x0018
FLEX_900_TX_MIMO_A = 0x0019
FLEX_1200_TX_MIMO_A = 0x001a
FLEX_2400_TX_MIMO_A = 0x001b
FLEX_400_RX_MIMO_B = 0x0024
FLEX_900_RX_MIMO_B = 0x0025
FLEX_1200_RX_MIMO_B = 0x0026
FLEX_2400_RX_MIMO_B = 0x0027
FLEX_400_TX_MIMO_B = 0x0028
FLEX_900_TX_MIMO_B = 0x0029
FLEX_1200_TX_MIMO_B = 0x002a
FLEX_2400_TX_MIMO_B = 0x002b
FLEX_1800_RX     = 0x0030
FLEX_1800_TX     = 0x0031
FLEX_1800_RX_MIMO_A = 0x0032
FLEX_1800_TX_MIMO_A = 0x0033
FLEX_1800_RX_MIMO_B = 0x0034
FLEX_1800_TX_MIMO_B = 0x0035
TV_RX_REV_3      = 0x0040
DTT754           = 0x0041
DTT768           = 0x0042
WBX_LO_TX        = 0x0050
WBX_LO_RX        = 0x0051
XCVR2450_TX      = 0x0060
XCVR2450_RX      = 0x0061

Can you please tell me why these following daughterboard ID's are missing in usrp_dbid.py.

"TV Rx MIMO"        0x0043
"TV Rx Rev 2 MIMO"    0x0044
"TV Rx Rev 3 MIMO"    0x0045
"WBX NG TX"        0x0052
"WBX NG RX"        0x0053
"Bitshark Rx"           0x0070


On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 2:18 AM, Jason Abele <address@hidden> wrote:
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 9:03 AM, Sanjay Singh
<address@hidden> wrote:
> I have done complete new installation of Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty and installed
> Binary packege of GNURADIO(3.2.2).

> Can any one tell me why wbx_ng daughterbord ID is missing.

Because GNUradio 3.2.2 was released before the WBX ... you will need
to get at least 3.3.0 or backport the WBX code


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Which file, *exactly* did you check?

What does 'uname -m' return on your system?

Did you by any chance do a binary install (via YUM) of Gnu Radio before doing the source-based install from GIT?
Marcus Leech
Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium

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