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The niUSRP EX One Shot Rx VI connects to a USRP device and uses it as a receiver.
Alternately, you can navigate to <Program Files>/National Instruments/LabVIEW/examples/instr/niUSRP/ and double-click niUSRP EX One Shot Rx.vi to open the VI in LabVIEW. If you are using a 64-bit operating system, open niUSRP EX One Shot Rx.vi from the <Program Files (x86)>/National Instruments/LabVIEW/examples/instr/niUSRP/ModulationToolkitExamples folder.The following figure shows the front panel of the VI.
|Note To run this example, your connected device must have an installed daughterboard that can act as a receiver. The default values shown in the preceding figure are appropriate for a USRP-2920 device.|
When you run the VI, NI-USRP sends the values you specified in the controls to the device, sets the device parameters based on these values, then returns the resulting parameters to the corresponding indicators. The values returned to the indicators may differ from the values you specified in the controls depending on the capabilities of your device. For example, if you specify a frequency value for Carrier Frequency [Hz] that is outside the available frequency range for your connected device, NI-USRP coerces the value to the closest available frequency and returns the coerced value to Carrier Frequency [Hz] (actual).