|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Two Clock Drift Compensation, howto ?|
|Date:||Tue, 7 Apr 2015 12:44:55 -0700|
When I have multiple hw audio (or other) sources and sinks gnuradio is
suffering from the "two clock problem".
>From the docs I have read, one means to mitigate against under- or over-
runs is to have the sender always be a little faster.
While I understand that this will help keep the sink always filled it
will not avoid buffer under runs, or am I misunderstanding something?
Also the only way for the source to keep up is to throw away samples at
Has anyone came up with an idea of how this problem could (should) be
addressed in a proper way in gnu-radio? (I mean without changing hw.)
>From a little test set up I have seen that I could program a sink and a
source, referencing a common buffer. The buffer level (a smoothed
version) could be the driving variable to a dynamically programmed
sample rate converter that is set up so as to keep the buffer level
Is this a too hakish attempt to address the problem?
Has anyone already tried this?
Is there a more straight forward way, i.e. using a regular input-output
I am thankful for any hints or comments.
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