[USRP-users] Tx Streaming using 3.8.1
marcus.mueller at ettus.com
Wed Dec 17 16:08:34 EST 2014
you can use "git checkout <tagname/branchname>" to get a specific
version of UHD; to get a list of tagnames, "git tag"; they correspond to
the official releases. You can go back to master by checking out master.
To get you can have as many build directories as you want, they don't
have to be called "build", by the way, so when switching back, you're
not re-building everything.
On 12/17/2014 09:46 PM, Robert Kossler via USRP-users wrote:
> With my X310 (CBX-120), I've noticed some unexpected behavior with
> version 3.8.1 driver/FPGA. I'm suspecting that this version made some
> changes with respect to TX streaming levels. I have a
> "tx_samples_from_file" custom app that repeatedly sends the same fixed
> length sequence (initially read from the file). I seem to be getting
> both of the following:
> 1) higher output power
> 2) significant compression (non-linear output) unless I scale all the
> values by about 0.5.
> My plan was to role back to the previous version to confirm, but I
> confess that I don't know the best way to do so. I'm not particularly
> adept with either git or Linux in general. I presently compile from
> source after doing a "git pull" on the master branch. What is the
> best/easiest way to test versus a previous version?
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