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=== GNURadio XLating filter ===
 
=== GNURadio XLating filter ===
 
[[File:IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.png|thumb|800px|Basic Tx/Rx using a Xlating filter at receiver]]
 
[[File:IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.png|thumb|800px|Basic Tx/Rx using a Xlating filter at receiver]]
GNURadio XLating filter can perform the following actions
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GNURadio XLating filter perform 3 actions
* It can shift the spectrum in the frequency domain
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* it shifts the spectrum in the frequency domain
* It can filter the result with the specified filter
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* it can filter the result with the specified filter
* It can decimate the signal  
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* it can decimate the signal  
The Xlating filter is useful every time a signal spectrum is not centered, and/or when you need to select one signal in a spectrum where several channel are in use.
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The Xlating filter is usefull every time a signal spectrum is not centered, and/or when you need to select one signal in a spectrum where several channel are in use.
  
 
Open [[Media:IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.grc|IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.grc]].  
 
Open [[Media:IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.grc|IQ_tutorial_QPSK_TX_RX_2.grc]].  

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