[USRP-users] problem with loopbacks when using USRP
Garey, Marshall Owen
mgarey at lanl.gov
Tue Jul 28 12:13:29 EDT 2015
I'd highly suggest running on a native Linux machine. With Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and a USRP N210 with 1 GigE, I'm able to Tx and Rx complex 16-bit integers at 25 Msps simultaneously without ever dropping or underflowing. As everyone else is saying, it is definitely dependent on the machine, and a VM or Windows will definitely slow you down.
From: USRP-users [mailto:usrp-users-bounces at lists.ettus.com] On Behalf Of Marcus Müller via USRP-users
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 10:08 AM
To: usrp-users at lists.ettus.com
Subject: Re: [USRP-users] problem with loopbacks when using USRP
Are you running in a VM or not?
Effectively, there's nothing to solve this. If you need a specific application to run, and you see underruns, your computer needs to run faster :(
On 28.07.2015 18:01, Jason Matusiak via USRP-users wrote:
>> No, the U's aren't OK to ignore. That means you're under-running on
>> the TX side, which means missing samples. If you're getting a lot of them, it means you aren't likely getting *any* good frames over the air.
> OK, looks like I totally misunderstood that... I was thinking that it
> meant that I the transmitter was ready to send but I hadn't prepared a
> new packet yet, which would be fine. What is the cause/solution to
> the underrun? I tried reducing the sample rate from 10MHz to 2MHz, but
> I am still seeing occasional U's and D's. but not nearly as many as before.
> I'll play with it at this reduced rate to see if that help some, but I
> am surprised that I had to reduce it so much for an X310.
> USRP-users mailing list
> USRP-users at lists.ettus.com
USRP-users mailing list
USRP-users at lists.ettus.com
More information about the USRP-users