[USRP-users] 10MHz to 1GHz receive and transmit;
ben.hilburn at ettus.com
Thu Feb 16 13:36:53 EST 2012
You will need to use the USRP1, for sure.
Unless I mis-understand what you need, this hardware set-up should work for
TX: LFTX : DC - 30 MHz
RX: LFRX : DC - 30 MHz
TX / RX: WBX : 50 - 2200 MHz
What did you mean by switching your daughterboards? You shouldn't need to
ever actually physically move them.
You can use both sides of the USRP1 at the same time, even from the same
flowgraph, so the software isn't anymore complex.
Ben Hilburn <http://goo.gl/5DdZ3> @ Ettus Research, LLC<http://www.ettus.com/>
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 1:38 AM, Furkan Elibol <felibol at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I want to use USRPs for a future project but I need one receiver(usrp_no1)
> and one transmitter(usrp_no2) which work in the 10MHz to 1GHz frequency
> I can not find any single daughterboard for this frequency range.
> So I want to learn how can I solve this problem.
> I mean can I use two daughterboards on one USRP as an example WBX+LFRX for
> receiver side and WBX+LFTX for transmitter side.
> I know USRP2 series do not have 2 db slots. I think I have to use USRP1
> for 2 db slots. But I do not know how can I switch one db(wbx) to
> Is there any other solution for my problem?
> I can not decide which USRPs and which daughterboards I need.If I can
> clarify what I need, I want to order at least 4 sets.
> Furkan Elibol
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