|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] (no subject)|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Dec 2015 09:36:05 +0100|
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note that GNU Radio is software that handles sample streams, so yes, any signal that you can imagine in a given bandwidth can be generated; the question is whether you can realize that signal in the physical world.
* do you just want to simulate the signal or really transmit that?
* if you want to transmit that, with which hardware?
* what exactly is "continuous wave" for you here? Continuous for a single frequency step, or continuous across multiple frequencies?
On 14.12.2015 05:59, vingnu GNU wrote:
Hi every one, Is this possible to generate step frequency continuous wave for frequency range of 2GHz to 4GHz in GNU radio and step size in range of 250micro seconds(Dwell time). regards Vingnu
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