[op25-dev] RE: Package gnuradio-core was not found error

ikj1234i at yahoo.com ikj1234i at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 20 19:56:47 UTC 2014


Yeah, the way that offset errors are handled is in need of a revisit, I'll be making those decisions after reviewing the RTL (they must be on a slow boat from the East).  Basically the "-c" (calibration) was the old way that scope.py took care of offsets, and when the new trunking support was grafted on that was supposed to be replaced by a per-system offset in the TSV file.  Ideally it would work the same way as other osmo apps - specify the offset in a single parameter.  BTW it won't work if you specify the offset twice, once on the command line and then again in the 'offset' parameter of the TSV file; one or the other is enough.  One reason I'm skeptical of the command line offset is it seems to be a non-linear function of frequency...

It's possible with your "frequency correction" patch to scope.py that's taken care of all issues, and you can just set "-c" to zero and "offset" in the TSV files likewise to zero...... Not sure until I've had a chance to play with the hardware...

Nonetheless your reports are very encouraging!  It's possible also that you're on an encrypted channel.  You can adjust the value of the "-v" parameter upwards (try -v 15) - that will print out a running log of frame activity to the console - should be able quickly to separate whether you're seeing voice or packet data or what...

Max
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