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What's meaning of this USRP error and how to fix it? Thank you.

Dear friends, 

 

My problem can run without error only for 10 sec around,  then I got this error. Anyone could advise me what's meaning of the error and how to fix it?   Thank you,

 

Error -1074118627 occurred at niUSRP Write Tx Data (2D CDB).vi

 

Possible reason(s):
A runtime or configuration error occurred.
Code: 312
Details: EnvironmentError: IOError: 0/Radio_0 user_reg_read64() failed: EnvironmentError: IOError: [0/Radio_0] sr_read64() failed: EnvironmentError: IOError: Block ctrl (CE_01_Port_40) packet parse error - EnvironmentError: IOError: Expected packet index: 17 Received index: 16

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Hi Sunson29,

 

What USRP are you using? What software are you using with versions (USRP, LabVIEW, etc)?

 

I highly recommend that you contact support at ni.com/support.

 

Cheers,

Michael

Michael Bilyk
Systems Engineer
National Instruments
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Hi Michael, 

 

I am using the lastest labview on windows 10, with usrp 2943 and 2954.  Thank you.  You have any clue?  

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Link the service request.

 

I'm about to go down the USRP rabbit hole myself.  I always appreciate the screams of those who have gone through the process before.

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Hi sunson,

 

There is a known issue with certain SBX daughter-boards that results in this error. The 2943 and 2954 do not use those daughterboards, so this will need to be escalated through support channels to determine a resolution. Can you contact support at ni.com/support so they can investigate this further?

 

For reference, here is another forum post that covers this topic.

https://forums.ni.com/t5/USRP-Software-Radio/Runtime-or-configuration-error-occurred-Error-Code-1074...

 

Cheers,

Michael

Michael Bilyk
Systems Engineer
National Instruments
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Hi Michael, 

 

I think I made a mistake. I am using usrp 2943 and 2953 (not 2954).  Does this make any difference?  Thank you again.  

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No you should still contact support@ni.com

 

Cheers

Michael Bilyk
Systems Engineer
National Instruments
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