[USRP-users] Cannot find usrp e310 with uhd_find_devices
marcus.mueller at ettus.com
Tue Apr 21 12:44:59 EDT 2015
the E310 is not designed to work as a peripheral to a PC, but is its own
embedded computer, integrating a USRP. You'd normally run your signal
processing applications, for example GNU Radio, on the E310 itself
rather than on a separate PC.
Thus, E310 can't be detected by uhd_find_devices.
You can try the network_mode  on the E310, but it's really just a
diagnostic tool, and delivers only very small sampling rates.
On 04/21/2015 07:44 AM, Ivan via USRP-users wrote:
> I've recently started using an E310 USRP. I want to use some GNU radio
> examples to generate and receive waveforms but the device is not being
> detected. I can log on using both the console and ethernet port. I've
> configured the usrp to use a static IP address and set it to
> 192.168.10.3. I can access this address through ssh and pinging it
> also sends replies back. However, running uhd_find_devices does not
> work. I get "no uhd devices found". Even when I specify the address
> with uhd_find_devices --args="addr=192.168.10.3", I still don't get
> I use Ubuntu 14.04. I've installed gnuradio and uhd using the gnuradio
> build script. When I run uhd_find_devices or uhd_fft, the uhd version
> that comes out is UHD_003.008.003-137-g2f760ac0. I've also tried
> disabling the firewall with sudo ufw disable, but that makes no
> difference. What else should I do?
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