[USRP-users] B.S Project

Marcus Müller marcus.mueller at ettus.com
Thu Oct 1 06:35:33 EDT 2015

Hi Alfred,

clearly, it's not Marting who should give more info; you need to get a
little more creative, and use wikipedia to your advantage :)
"RF Stuff" = "Radio Frequency Stuff"...
The rest should be pretty google'able.

Really, if you understand what SDR is, you know what the limits of what
you can theoretically do with the hardware you have are. If you don't,
you will need to read up on SDR anyway, and that should give you a lot
of ideas.

Best regards,

On 01.10.2015 07:42, alfred noble via USRP-users wrote:
> Thank you Martin 
> Could you please give me more details , all of the items you mentioned
> are interesting to me , what do you mean by FR stuff, Radar , and the
> rest ? 
> give me more info please  
> Cheers 
> Alfred 
> On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 3:36 AM, Martin Braun <martin.braun at ettus.com
> <mailto:martin.braun at ettus.com>> wrote:
>     On 30.09.2015 11:14, alfred noble via USRP-users wrote:
>     >   I am an undergraduate student, Electrical
>     Engineering-Communication. I
>     > am looking to find a good B.S project as the final course in my
>     > university. I have an SDR lab in the department at the university ,
>     > equipped with two USRPs , one them is USRPn210 and the other one is
>     > USRP1 with couple of daughter boards in different frequency
>     range ,  I
>     > have also  couple of dongles mainly known as RTL2832u with two
>     different
>     > tuners , one is Elonics E4000  and the other one is Rafael Micro
>     R820T.
>     >    I would really appreciate it if anyone could give me some
>     ideas to
>     > implement with these devices as the final B.S project.
>     Is there anything you've always wanted to do with RF stuff?
>     Implement a
>     receiver for standard XYZ? Learn how to use FPGAs? Do radio astronomy?
>     Radar? Hack wireless car fobs? If you have that choice, make sure you
>     pick something that's fun to you!
>     Cheers,
>     Martin
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