|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Very low packet loss rate for the discontinuous BPSK communications- the analysis and looking for solution|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Mar 2013 10:44:23 +0100|
From: Adeel Anwar <address@hidden>
To: Alex Zhang <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, 4 March 2013 5:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Very low packet loss rate for the discontinuous BPSK communications- the analysis and looking for solution
Alex,1: U can try adjusting the synchronization loops bandwidth (Phase/Timing etc) see PFB_Timing documentation2: Try reducing the receiver gain (for a constant tx-amplitude/gain) or reduce transmission amplitude/gain (for constant rx gain)-AdeelOn Sat, Mar 2, 2013 at 10:21 AM, Alex Zhang <address@hidden> wrote:
I think you may rarely get the correct packet with pktno = 0, in continuous mode, as my guess. Your received correct packet starts from pktno = 1.
Could you also try the discontinuous mode for the BPSK communications?My question is actually a problem that how to implement a more reliable BPSK mod/demod in burst mode. The current bpsk example in GNURadio does not work well in burst mode.
On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 11:12 PM, Manu T S <address@hidden> wrote:Alex,If it was about loosing sync, we would mostly loose the first packet even if we are sending in continuous mode. I personally face no such issues.
Seems no one can shed a light on this topic?On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 10:25 PM, Alex Zhang <address@hidden> wrote:
Before I get further investigation on the solutions, just wondering if any ideas or existing work within this community.I have tried to add very long preamble for each packet to ensure the data part of the packet can be received in well sync status. But the result is not very good.I captured the waveform data. From the observed result, it seems that for each burst (5 packet), the bpsk receiver needs to re-do the frequency/time sync. This will directly causes that the first packet of each burst will definitely be crashed. Also, some burst can not be demodulated correctly at all. For the same reason, even in the continuous mode, the very first packet is also crashed at the receiver.It is found that the packet loss rate is very high (70% loss) in discontinuous mode where every 5 packets are in a burst. But in continuous mode, the paket loss rate is less than 10% for the same point to point link.Hello,In the current gr-digital/narrowband, I am using the benchmark_tx.py and rx.py to test the bpsk communications.
Alex,Dreams can come true – just believe.
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