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To detect underruns and overruns, use the lost sample
Set the transport data rate in blocks or System objects.
Use the Universal Software Radio Peripheral devices exploiting SDRu (Software Defined Radio USRP) System objects to measure and calibrate for transmitter/receiver frequency offset at the receiver using MATLAB®.
These two models show how to determine the relative frequency offset between two Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) devices using Simulink®.
Downstream spectrum analysis of signals using MATLAB®, Communications Toolbox™ and DSP System Toolbox™. You can either use captured signals, or receive signals in real time using the RTL-SDR Radio, ADALM-PLUTO Radio or USRP™ Radio. You can change the radio's center frequency to tune the radio to a band where a signal is present. You can then use the spectrum analyzer to view and make measurements on the received spectrum.
Use the captured signals, or receive signals in real time using RTL-SDR, ADALM-PLUTO or USRP™ radio, as a data source for downstream spectrum analysis with MATLAB® and Simulink®. You can change the radio's center frequency to tune the radio to a band where a signal is present. You can then use the spectrum analyzer to view and make measurements on the received spectrum.
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