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Capturing real time samples using libiio

Question asked by batraaman on Jun 20, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 22, 2016 by pcercuei

Hello,

 

I am configuring Ad9361 (ARRADIO) with the linux driver. The Ad9361 is connected to Arrow Sockit. I am sending a sine wave under fpga settings in ADI IIO. On the other board, I am receiving using the example under libiio "libiio/ad9361-iiostream.c" (libiio/ad9361-iiostream.c at master · analogdevicesinc/libiio · GitHub ).

 

I have changed the receiving buffer size to 1000 instead of 1024*1024. In the following command:

rxbuf = iio_device_create_buffer(rx, 1024*1024, false);

I need to store exactly 10000  real time samples. So, I created a loop in the above referenced example  which will  execute 10 times and each time it will save 1000 samples in a text file.

 

I would like to  know that  Are they continuous  samples or I might loose some samples after each 1000 samples?  I would like to capture samples in real time without loosing say sample.

 

Regards

Aman

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