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Sets a burst on/off tag based on the value of the trigger input.  This block takes two inputs, a signal stream on the input stream 0 and a trigger stream of shorts on input stream 1. If the trigger stream goes above 0, a tag with the key "burst" will be transmitted as a pmt::PMT_T. When the trigger signal falls below 0, the "burst" tag will be transmitted as pmt::PMT_F.  The signal on stream 0 is retransmitted to output stream 0.
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Sets a burst on/off tag based on the value of the trigger input.  This block takes two inputs, a signal stream on the input stream 0 and a trigger stream of shorts on input stream 1. If the trigger stream goes above 0, a tag with the key "burst" will be transmitted as a pmt::PMT_T. When the trigger signal falls to 0, the "burst" tag will be transmitted as pmt::PMT_F.  The signal on stream 0 is retransmitted to output stream 0.
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==
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== Example Flowgraph ==
 
== Example Flowgraph ==
  
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[[File:Burst_tag_test_fg.png]]
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== Example Output ==
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[[File:Burst_tag_test_out.png]]
  
 
== Source Files ==
 
== Source Files ==

Revision as of 22:22, 1 February 2021

Sets a burst on/off tag based on the value of the trigger input. This block takes two inputs, a signal stream on the input stream 0 and a trigger stream of shorts on input stream 1. If the trigger stream goes above 0, a tag with the key "burst" will be transmitted as a pmt::PMT_T. When the trigger signal falls to 0, the "burst" tag will be transmitted as pmt::PMT_F. The signal on stream 0 is retransmitted to output stream 0.

Parameters

(R): Run-time adjustable

True KeyID (R)
Change the key from "burst" to a custom string, for the True tag.
True Value (R)
Whether the tag's value should be True or False
False KeyID (R)
Change the key from "burst" to a custom string, for the False tag.
False Value (R)
Whether the tag's value should be True or False

Example Flowgraph

Burst tag test fg.png

Example Output

Burst tag test out.png

Source Files

C++ files
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Header files
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Public header files
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Block definition
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