[USRP-users] Where does the RFNOC block name come from?

Jason Matusiak jason at gardettoengineering.com
Thu Jul 9 10:00:55 EDT 2015


I did this once, but I must have got lucky as I haven't been able to
replicate it.  I created a new RFNoC block, but when I run
uhd_usrp_probe --init-only, I see:
-- ========== Full list of RFNoC blocks: ============
-- * 0/Radio_0
-- * 0/Radio_1
-- * 0/FIFO_0
-- * 0/FIR_0
-- * 0/Block_0

Where is the "Block" name coming from?  It should be called "doubler",
but I obviously don't have something configured properly.  I need to get
it right, because if I use a script that needs to call doubler, I see:
RuntimeError: Cannot find a block for ID: doubler






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