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TWO SDR using AD9361 transmitting and receiving image problem!

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jarul on 11 Jun 2019
Closed: MATLAB Answer Bot on 20 Aug 2021
Any Mathworks group can help me with the following problems.
I am running two different SDRs with different IPs and a host machine with MATLAB 2019a.
I get the following errors when running the code.
Warning: Synchronization signal correlation was weak! Detected Cell identity may be incorrect!
When you do the lteCellsearch, the cell ID is never 88 in order to detect the correct frame.
As a result, ltePBCHDecode never decodes the image.
What must I do to correct this warning and receive the correct result?
Thanks for your help.

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jarul on 14 Oct 2019
I have been trying to install the Linux version of the Xilinx Zynq Radio to run SDR software for single radio. I have spend several hours and still can not install the software version of the
R2019b version. After installing the communication tool box and Xilinx Radio library usually we see that the sign indicating the libraries are installed.
With the version R2019b the sign never appears on the library for communication tool box as well as Xilinx Radio library. I still get the following error:
Can not download the following library:
Xilinx Zynq Linux binaries
I presume that this library can not be downloaded or it is not available, I am not sure.
Can MATLAB group check this out for me?
When I run the matlab code meant for Single Radio, the receive function originally written as
sdrReceiver(); has been changed to capture(sdrReceiver, startuptime, "seconds");
in R2019b. It never gets executed and the program aburptly stops.
Can you kindly check the problem for me?
I have spend lot of time and can not run the matlab successfully with version R2019b.
Hopefully someone can respond to my question and solve this.
I have ran previously and setup the radio successfully with the version R2019a.
I am having problem with the latest version of R2019b.
Please do look into and solve this problem. I do appreciate. Thanks
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Ben Cunningham
Ben Cunningham on 14 Oct 2019
This is unrelated to the question initially posed and a duplicate of what you posted here.
Please see the linked thread for help and avoid duplication in the future as it can lead to confusion.

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