So, an update on higher symbol rates, no luck with QPSK 9/10 on 27500 and 29500 MSym/s samples. Constellation looks noisy and nothing seems to be succesfully decoded although there are locks sometime.
Any advice what could be better tweaked? Also, is there a frequency offset debug info hidden somewhere?
Ok, very good nice CPU. Maybe i should upgrade, too. Still have a good old Haswell CPU (5820K).
In this case, i really think 30MSym/s should also be doable. Thanks for the feedback
Which SDR are you using by the way?
Edit: Intel says you have a Mobile CPU? is that true? I feel my PC is running on a potato right now
Will try with 30 MSym/s and let you know the results
The samples were recorded with Ettus X310 (UBX-160).
Tried with limeSDR mini but hit a lot of walls (may try again connected directly to this software).
As per the CPU, well my Dell laptop is mobile if that's what they're referring to
You can save the output by clicking on the 'File' button in the 'Network / Network' section. It will ask you for a location and filename.
Alternatively, streaming is right below that. UDP / TCP are supported. VLC URLs are for example for UDP: udp://@:8888 or for TCP: tcp://127.0.0.1:8888
Got it! It confused me that it didn't start saving to file until I click on it while the acquisition is running.
(And streaming works as well).
Thank you, awesome work!
Hi SWL - markro92,
First I would like to commend you on the application, seems quite a lot of work you invested in there!
I'd like to try it out with recorded DVB-S2 SAT-TV signal (usually 22-29,7 MSym/s).
I have the raw I/Q sample files and feed them to the app via simple TCP server python application.
However, the app stops at 20 MSym/s setting so no luck there.
Is it possible you can expand that setting up to 30 MSym/s?