Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of ALOEOFDMDemo

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08/07/12 01:34:05 (6 years ago)
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    69 Now edit the ''mops'' field in /usr/local/etc/platform.conf, choosing the minimum MMACS otained in the test, and adjst the ''nof_cores'' accordingly. 
     69Now change the ''mops'' field in /usr/local/etc/platform.conf to contain the number of MMACS of child 0 as otained in the test. 
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    7171== Running the Demo application == 
     
    9494statset ofdm128 source fftsize 512 
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    96 Which set the fft size to 256 and 512 tones respectively (4 and 8 MHz bandwidth). By default, the framework will use one processor only from your computer. If you have a multi-core processor, edit the 'nof_cores' option in /usr/local/etc/platform.conf file. In our tests, the OFDM application runs perfectly in a 2.5 GHz Intel processor using one core only. The 512 mode produces frequent real-time faults (printed stdout). This mode works correctly in a dual-processor environment. 
     96to change the fft size to 256 and 512, respectively (4 and 8 MHz bandwidth). By default, the framework will use one processor only from your computer. If you have a multi-core processor, edit the 'nof_cores' option in /usr/local/etc/platform.conf file. The OFDM application should runs perfectly on a 2.5 GHz Intel Dual-core processor using one core only. The 512 mode produces frequent real-time faults (printed stdout). This mode works correctly on a Dual-core environment. 
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    9898== USRP ==