You can set the frame length of the SDRu
Receiver block or
System object™ to be any integer value. This usage of setting frame length enables more
straightforward multirate operation and easier modeling of standards-based packet
communications. The default value is 362. This value optimally utilizes the underlying
Ethernet packets, which have a size of 1500 8-bit bytes.
In the block mask of the receiver block, set Samples per frame parameter to the desired frame length.
Create a receiver System object. For example:
radio = comm.SDRuReceiver('Platform','B200','SerialNum','30FD838')
SamplesPerFrame property to the desired frame
radio = System: comm.SDRuReceiver Properties: Platform: 'B200' SerialNum: '30FD838' ChannelMapping: 1 CenterFrequency: 2.4500e+09 LocalOscillatorOffset: 0 Gain: 8 PPSSource: 'Internal' ClockSource: 'Internal' MasterClockRate: 32000000 DecimationFactor: 512 TransportDataType: 'int16' OutputDataType: 'Same as transport data type' SamplesPerFrame: 1024 EnableBurstMode: false