[USRP-users] Full Duplex w/ X310 & UBX-160

mleech at ripnet.com mleech at ripnet.com
Wed Mar 30 12:22:38 EDT 2016


The RX and TX synthesizers are totally separate on the UBX, so you can
frequency-split however you want. 

The larger the split, the easier it will be to prevent de-sense between
TX and RX, since it would be easy to, for example, insert a notch filter
for your TX band into the RX path, etc. 

On 2016-03-30 11:18, Dave NotTelling via USRP-users wrote: 

> Can I transmit at say 100 MHz while simultaneously receiving at say 1 GHz? If so, can I also use different sampling rates between the TX and RX paths? Are there any existing examples of how to do simultaneous TX and RX in GNU Radio? 
> If this is not possible, then what is the max frequency difference? I was assuming that if I were transmitting at 1 GHz, then I could tune the RX side up and down by half the master clock rate. 
> Thank you! 
> -Dave 
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