[USRP-users] E310 GPIO

Will Thompson Will.Thompson at toshiba-trel.com
Tue Jul 11 11:56:22 EDT 2017


Hi all.
So I'm thinking of starting a project with the E310 that requires high accuracy control of a switch.

Basically I need to receive a single RF sample (@1MHz) (1us), then send a signal via the GPIO on a second sample (2us), and then receive a signal again on the third sample (3us) and alternate between these functions for a period of time.

I was wondering if anyone has experience with controlling the GPIOs on the E310, and knows how accurate you can synchronise the signal outputs with RF received samples? i.e. Can I synchronise the GPIO signalling and the received RF sampling down to micro seconds?

Also, if anyone has any good resource links for the E310 and GPIO could you pass them on please?


Kind regards
Will


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William Thompson Ph.D.
Senior Research Engineer
Toshiba Research Europe Limited
32 Queen Square, Bristol, BS1 4ND, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 117 906 0734


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