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<syntaxhighlight lang="python" line="line">
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="python" line="line">
<?xml version="1.0"?>
 
<block>
 
  <name>qpsk_demod_py</name>
 
  <key>tutorial_qpsk_demod_py</key>
 
  <category>tutorial</category>
 
  <import>import tutorial</import>
 
  <make>tutorial.qpsk_demod_py($gray_code)</make>
 
  <!-- Make one 'param' node for every Parameter you want settable from the GUI.
 
      Sub-nodes:
 
      * name
 
      * key (makes the value accessible as $keyname, e.g. in the make node)
 
      * type -->
 
  <param>
 
    <name>Gray Code</name>
 
    <key>gray_code</key>
 
    <type>int</type>
 
  </param>
 
  
   <!-- Make one 'sink' node per input. Sub-nodes:
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   qpsk_demod_py
      * name (an identifier for the GUI)
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  tutorial_qpsk_demod_py
      * type
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  tutorial
      * vlen
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  import tutorial
      * optional (set to 1 for optional inputs) -->
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  tutorial.qpsk_demod_py($gray_code)
   <sink>
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     <name>in</name>
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     <type>complex</type>
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    Gray Code
   </sink>
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     gray_code
 +
     int
 +
    
  
   <!-- Make one 'source' node per output. Sub-nodes:
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      * name (an identifier for the GUI)
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      * type
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     in
      * vlen
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     complex
      * optional (set to 1 for optional inputs) -->
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      <!-- e.g. int, float, complex, byte, short, xxx_vector, ...-->
 
   <source>
 
     <name>out</name>
 
     <type>byte</type>
 
   </source>
 
</block>
 
  
 +
 
 +
     
 +
 
 +
    out
 +
    byte
 +
 
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
</syntaxhighlight>
  
  
 
We can then install as we did for the multiply block however we need to rerun cmake in order to take into account the new block:
 
We can then install as we did for the multiply block however we need to rerun cmake in order to take into account the new block:
<pre>
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  cd build
 
  cd build
 
  cmake ../
 
  cmake ../
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  sudo make install
 
  sudo make install
 
  sudo ldconfig
 
  sudo ldconfig
</pre>
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Then we can open up our GRC file from the beginning and place our missing block we just made.
 
Then we can open up our GRC file from the beginning and place our missing block we just made.
  
 
What is the Expected Output?
 
What is the Expected Output?
 
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https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gnuradio/gr-tutorial/master/examples/tutorial3/images/tutorial_three_4.png
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== 3.4. Conclusion ==
 
== 3.4. Conclusion ==

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