I am now trying to use Iron python to script to send and receive data. I am able to create an Iron python script that initializes the chip and the turns everything on and starts the radio. The next step I believe is to send data out. I see the commands and everything to do this but I am having a hard time putting them together in the correct order. Do you have a script that will do that?
Also, I have a txt file with the data in I Q format and am not sure how to link it into the python script. Do I just load this file using the open and f.read command in Ironpython?
A more broad question I have, what is the purpose of Iron Python compared to the C format that is seen in the UG-992 document? I am more familiar with C and would be more comfortable with programing using this language. I see starting on page 6 of that user guide the folder and file structure for using this. Where do these file reside and if I wanted to edit or use this method how would I be able to do this?
I have successful ironpython code running with AD9371 and ADRV9009. Typically, I use the TES GUI to set up the whole environment, then I disconnect the TES GUI from the system and run my ipython code for the few variables that I need to change. This works fine for the AD9371, when I disconnect, I still the the output signal. However, when I try this with the ADRV9009, as soon as I disconnect, the signal disappears. How can I get around this? Is this just a matter of the radio being turned off? If I turn the radio back on in my code, will the signal come back?