|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Different amplitude on two USRPs|
|Date:||Tue, 22 May 2012 09:27:40 -0400|
You don't say what daughtercards you're using --many of them allow you to set the RF (analog) gain on the card.
YOu can also modify the magnitudes of the signals using a multiply-const block in Gnu Radio.
On Tue, 22 May 2012 23:23:49 +1000, Jamie Wo wrote:
Thanks for your reply.
I understand the received signals on two USRPs are not likely to be exactly the same. I wonder is there a way to adjust either USRP or modify software setting in gnuradio to make the amplitude close?
Actually, what I got from two USRPN210s has a big difference in amplitude, as shown in the attachment. How can I handle this?
JamieOn Tue, May 22, 2012 at 10:56 PM, <address@hidden> wrote:
On Tue, 22 May 2012 22:40:11 +1000, Jamie Wo wrote:Hi all,I met a werid problem when receiving. When I ran 'rx_samples_to_file' example to receive signal from a signal source, e.g. radio station, on two USRPN210s, the amplitude of received signals are different, seen from gnuplot.Does anyone know why this happenes? I guess this is the problem of USRP, because I ran the same program, set the same parameters for 'rx_samples_to_file', receive the same signal source and the two USRP N210s were placed next to each other on the table.Is there a way to set USRP/daughterboard so that the received signals have the same amplitude on two USRPs or adjust other parameters in gnuradio/uhd to do that？Regards,Jamie
Analog electronics can have variability in gain response, perhaps as much as 2dB for nominally-identical daughter-cards, and identical gain settings.
Furthermore, propagation can often lead to variations in signal strength between two identical receivers, with identical antennae even in the same physical area, especially in the presence of multi-path signal propagation.
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