[USRP-users] E100 + GnuRadio
Marcus D. Leech
mleech at ripnet.com
Wed Oct 21 10:26:10 EDT 2015
On 10/21/2015 07:49 AM, Vidak Kazic via USRP-users wrote:
> I have created a simple FIR filter module in Gnuradio companion, i.e.
> the interface. I’ve exported the module to a Python script, fir.py.
> Now, I’d like to load the script onto my E100, and map one RF input to
> the source in the FIR module, and the other as sink. If I do this, am
> I right to assume that I will have an active FIR filter?
> So far I found the IP address of the device through a USB connection
> and ifconfig, and then used: $ ssh root at 10.41.78.208
> <mailto:root at 10.41.78.208> (the ip address) to make a connection to
> the device. Now I’m not sure how to use this connection to communicate
> with my device, and my script is giving errors of “No device found”.
> How can I write the FIR module from gnuradio to my E100 device?
> Thanks in advance,
If by "module" you just mean a flow-graph, then you can copy the
generated (you used GRC?) python file over to your E100, using
the SSH copy command, "scp":
scp <your-python-file> root at 10.41.78.208:
Then you can ssh to the E100, and run the python file.
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