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; Tags (''R'')
 
; Tags (''R'')
: In Python, we can create tags as Python lists (or tuples) using the list structure [int offset, pmt key, pmt value, pmt srcid]. It is important to define the list/tuple with the values in the correct order and with the correct data type. A python dictionary can also be used using the keys: "offset", "key", "value", and "srcid" with the same data types as for the lists.
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: We can create tags as Python lists (or tuples) using the list structure [int offset, pmt key, pmt value, pmt srcid]. It is important to define the list/tuple with the values in the correct order and with the correct data type. A python dictionary can also be used using the keys: "offset", "key", "value", and "srcid" with the same data types as for the lists.
 
: When given a list of tags, the vector source will emit the tags repeatedly by updating the offset relative to the vector stream length. That is, if the vector has 500 items and a tag has an offset of 0, that tag will be placed on item 0, 500, 1000, 1500, etc.
 
: When given a list of tags, the vector source will emit the tags repeatedly by updating the offset relative to the vector stream length. That is, if the vector has 500 items and a tag has an offset of 0, that tag will be placed on item 0, 500, 1000, 1500, etc.
: In GnuRadio-Companion, make sure to define a "Tag Object" block for each tag. Your input to the "Tags" parameter will be a list of block ids, like seen below in the screenshots. The offset in the vector is decided by the tag object.
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In GnuRadio-Companion, make sure to define a "Tag Object" block. Your input to the "Tags" parameter will be a list of block ids, like seen below in the screenshots.
  
 
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