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== Parameters ==
== Parameters ==
<b>(''R''):</b> <span class="plainlinks">[https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/GNURadioCompanion#Variable_Controls ''Run-time adjustable'']</span>
; Sample Rate (''R'')
; Sample Rate
: default: samp_rate
: Sampling rate of signal
; Waveform (''R'')
; Waveform
: options: [Constant, Sine, Cosine, Square, Triangle, Saw Tooth]
: waveform type
: For selection with a variable, the following values should be used:
    constant = 100
    sine = 101
    cosine = 102
    square = 103
    triangle = 104
    sawtooth = 105
; Frequency (''R'')
; Frequency
: frequency of the waveform (default: 1000)
: Frequency of waveform (relative to sampling_freq)
; Amplitude (''R'')
; Ampltiude
: amplitude of the output (default: 1)
: Signal amplitude
; Offset (''R'')
; Offset
: offset from zero (default: 0)
: offset of signal
; Initial Phase (Radians) (''R'')
: default: 0
== Example Flowgraph ==
== Example Flowgraph ==

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