Then find the nearest sample rate > your_bandwidth that satisfies the
desired outcome that the computed
interpolation rate (64.0e6 / desired_rate) is an even number.
If the signal has artefacts that "spill" outside the required sample
rate, then, yet, filter it first.

on Aug 01, 2013, *embyte* <address@hidden> wrote:
Hey Marcus, thanks for answering.
> (1) 720Khz is not an exact integer fraction of 64MHz (the
sampling rate
> of the device)--so it rounded
>
> (2) It's warning you that you'll get a "humped" frequency
response with
> more rolloff than you'd like, due to the rounded-down sample rate
> requiring an interpolation rate that is not divisible by two.
If I understood correctly, this it means that the transmitted signal
gets filtered more on the edges than expected?
Note that by setting a sampling rate of 720KHz, the transmission and
receiving work fine.
That is, can I fix the sampling rate warning and preserve the
transmitted signal by modifying the sampling rate (e.g. to 480KHz) and
by adding a band-pass filter before the USRP sink block?
Thanks for your insights. I appreciate.
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