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Deinterleave an input block of samples into N outputs.

This block deinterleaves blocks of samples. For each output connection, the input stream will be deinterleaved successively to the output connections. By default, the block deinterleaves a single input to each output.

  blocksize = 1
  connections = 2
  input = [a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h]
  output[0] = [a, c, e, g]
  output[1] = [b, d, f, h]
  blocksize = 2
  connections = 2
  input = [a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h]
  output[0] = [a, b, e, f]
  output[1] = [c, d, g, h]

See also Interleave.


Num Streams
Total number of output ports
Block size
Number of items to output before switching to the next output
Vector length
Number of samples in a vector item

Example Flowgraph[edit]

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Source Files[edit]

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Header files
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