|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] (no subject)|
|Date:||Thu, 03 Jul 2014 08:41:31 +0200|
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ofdm_loopback.grc covers only the physical aspects of the transmission. What you are describing is a flow control problem; you'd need to figure out yourself how to make your data stream fit into the packets. A typical way would be to send the length of your file, and then just fill up the last packet with random data/redundancy/zeros; however, what will happen if you lose one packet?
In a real-world application, you'll have some content header, you'd have channel coding/FEC, possibly some ARQ scheme, in case of multiple users a MAC etc; whereas you "only" stream bits out of a file. Complete, versatile transmission systems is what people build atop of transmission systems such as the GNU Radio-supplied OFDM packet transmitters (which primarily serve as good examples and showcases for the mechanisms involved).
Hope that was a little helpful,
On 03.07.2014 00:01, GP 2014 wrote:
When I ran the example ofdm_loopback.grc, i used a file source to send data through the transmitter and checked the output after the receiver in a file sink ; i found that if the packet required to be sent is less than the defined packet_length ; then the packet is not sent ? how to send the last packet in this case ?
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