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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 10/28/2017 11:27 AM, Felipe Augusto
      Pereira de Figueiredo via USRP-users wrote:<br>
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      <div dir="ltr">Dear All,
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        <div>This link from <span class="" id=":2iw.1" tabindex="-1"
            style="">Ettus</span>: </div>
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        <div><a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://">https://</a><span class="" id=":2iw.2" tabindex="-1" style="">kb</span>.<span
            class="" id=":2iw.3" tabindex="-1" style="">ettus</span>.com/<span
            class="" id=":2iw.4" tabindex="-1" style="">UHD</span></div>
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        <div>says the following:</div>
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              class="gmail-mw-headline" id="gmail-Sample_streaming">Sample
              streaming</span></h2>
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              id=":2iw.5" tabindex="-1" style="">UHD</span> handles the
            control for transporting I and Q samples (see <a
              moz-do-not-send="true" rel="nofollow" class="external
              gmail-text" href="http://www.ni.com/tutorial/4805/en/"
style="text-decoration-line:none;color:rgb(88,88,88);background-color:initial;padding-right:13px">here</a> for
            information on I and Q samples) by using standard interface
            methods such as Ethernet, <span class="" id=":2iw.6"
              tabindex="-1" style="">USB</span> and <span class=""
              id=":2iw.7" tabindex="-1" style="">PCI</span>-Express.
            Samples can be sent in a continuous stream as in figure 4a
            or in bursts, figure 4b. <b>In addition the user has the
              ability to specify when samples are received or
              transmitted by using built in burst and timed commands.</b></p>
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          The last phrase states that it is possible to receive IQ
          samples when samples are received. Does it mean there is a way
          to specify the time to receive samples just like we do with TX
          samples? If that is true, could you tell us how that can be
          done? I have been looking for an example on how to do that but
          it was to no avail.</div>
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        <div>Thanks and Kind Regards,</div>
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        <div>Felipe Augusto</div>
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    See the "rx_timed_samples"  example code.<br>
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