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Posted by:hanwenbewell
Subject:What do these macros mean in wispy_hw_dbx.c?
Date:08:56:10 19/07/2009

Thanks, dragorn.

I guess WISPYDBx_USB_NUM_SAMPLES_58 x WISPYDBx_USB_RESHZ_58 is the total scanned bandwidth?
So, how about WISPYDBx_USB_SAMPLESPOINT_58?
What does POINT and SAMPLES here mean?
I tried to increase WISPYDBx_USB_SAMPLESPOINT_58 and I found the scan getting slower.



> > WISPYDBx_USB_OFFSET_MDBM
> > WISPYDBx_USB_RES_MDBM
> > and
> > WISPYDBx_USB_RSSI_MAX
> >
> > In wispy_hw_dbx.c, what do the above values mean?
>
> Base offset (for rendering), resolution, maximum rssi value.
>
> >
> > Regarding the WISPYDBx_USB_DEF_FILTERHZ_xxx, what filter bandwidth does DBx support?
>
> Don't recall offhand, not sure the docs on that are public or not so there's nothing I can point you to. It should slot itself into the nearest supported filter range if you give it an invalid one.
>
> -m


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