[USRP-users] Two questions on X310 at 200MSps RX

Leandro Echevarría leoechevarria at gmail.com
Mon Jul 3 09:53:02 EDT 2017

Hello all,

I'm working on a system where the transmitted samples are provided by the
FPGA, and not by the host (actually, they're loaded on DRAM in an
initializing step). And I've got two questions about this approach:

1. We're planning on dropping the DMA FIFO block entirely, to gain
exclusive access to the DRAM controller. I've read here [1] that the DMA
FIFO is necessary when transmitting using samples coming from the host, due
to Ethernet latency. But is this also true for receiving? Should I be able
to stream samples @ 200 MSps from the radio core to the host without using
a DMA FIFO in the middle?

2. We're using two 10 Gbps SFP+ Ethernet cables to connect the board to the
host. Given we will not transmit out of the host, is it safe to say we'll
be able to receive two 200 MSps streams from two daughterboards, one
through each Ethernet connection?

Thanks a lot!


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