|Subject:||Byte Boundary alignment|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Jul 2020 15:40:45 +0000|
(It's me again.)
I am working on an audio channel using QPSK modulation. I currently am transmitting through a signal source that outputs bytes. I am looking for a method to align the byte boundaries so I am able to hear a clean audio at the receiver.
Here is an idea of what I want to do: send packets that have, for example, 7 bytes of data and 1 byte of known pattern, and so I can sync with the receive block. However, I do not know how to implement this in GRC (I see a block named packet header generator, is this what I want to use?). Could someone please advise me on how to approach this?
Thanks in advance.
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