[USRP-users] Calibrate tool not work
jack.page999 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 13 08:19:30 EDT 2013
I do not use the loop version tool. I calibrate usrp1 and wbx board.
since usrp1 do not provide calibrate ability so I modify the fpga
image then I modify the calibrate tool let usrp output to a spectrum
analyser. no matter what the value I set the output do not affected. I
wonder if anyone successfully calibrate usrp and the image signal be
supressed. If so then it might be my modify have mistake.
On 9/12/13, Marcus Müller <marcus at hostalia.de> wrote:
> Um... you can't actually see anything with an external spectrum analyser
> "during" calibration; calibration basically is based on leakage between
> TX on RX on the same daughterboard, if I remember correctly.
> After TX calibration, the image should be as good as gone. Since it is
> not affected, my wild guess is that it is not actually an image due to
> IQ imbalance.
> However, the information you provided is a little to sparse for me to
> take an educated guess. Supply us with
> - device type (USRP / daughterboard incl. version)
> - signal type
> - center frequency
> - amplitude difference (in dB preferably) between original and mirror
> - theorethic/measured (by absfft plot) spectrum of transmitted samples
>> I want to calibrate usrp i q imbalance. I use calibrate tool in uhd,
>> but the calibrate result is not right. I watch the spectrum analyzer
>> to observe the image signal during calibrate. but the image signal do
>> not affected by the calibrate tool.
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