Correlate Access Code - Tag Stream

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Examine input for specified access code, one bit at a time.

input: stream of floats (generally, soft decisions)

output: a tagged stream set of samples from the payload following the access code and header. See Correlate Access Code for a stream output.

This block searches for the given access code by slicing the soft decision symbol inputs. Once found, it expects the following 32 samples to contain a header that includes the frame length (16 bits for the length, repeated). It decodes the header to get the frame length in order to set up the the tagged stream key information.

The output of this block is appropriate for use with tagged stream blocks.


Access Code
is represented with 1 byte per bit, e.g., "010101010111000100"
maximum number of bits that may be wrong
Tag Name
key of the tag inserted into the tag stream

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