[USRP-users] Independent use of ethernet ports on Ettus x310?
cmspooner at nwra.com
Fri Nov 17 11:33:30 EST 2017
Thanks very much for the helpful reply.
MY x310 has both a SBX and a WBX installed. The working configuration I
has the WBX transmitting and the SBX receiving simultaneously. But how
do I get
data chunks from the SBX while the flowgraph that implements this
operation is running? I suppose I can use a File Sink, but I'm not sure
how to read
segments of the growing file while it is constantly being written to by
I think something that confuses me about the Ettus online documentation
use of the phrases "Dual 1 Gigabit Ethernet" and "Dual 10 Gigabit
both appear, for example, on the following links:
I thought I understood the "Dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet" from further
reading, and that
understanding is consistent with what you say below. But then what does
by "Dual 1 Gigabit Ethernet"?
On Thu, 2017-11-16 at 17:08 -0800, Neel Pandeya wrote:
> Hello Chad:
> If you are using 1 Gigabit Ethernet, then only one of two SFP ports
> in the rear of the X300/X310 can be used. If you have 10 Gigabit
> Ethernet, then the second SFP port can be used. Please see the link
> below. The SFP ports are configured depending on which FPGA image is
> being used.
> Regarding your use-case, if you have a second daughterboard in your
> X300/X310, then you can simultaneously receive in parallel. With two
> daughterboards, the X300/X310 provides two transmit chains and two
> receive chains.
> What is the configuration of your system?
> --Neel Pandeya
> On 15 November 2017 at 17:34, Chad Spooner via USRP-users
> @lists.ettus.com> wrote:
> > All:
> > I'm wondering how to use the second ethernet port on my x310. I've
> > been going through the
> > online Ettus SDR help, but can't seem to find the right pages.
> > The short version of my question is: Can I use the two ethernet
> > ports independently, say
> > when each of them is connected to a separate computer? If so, how
> > do I set up the second
> > port? I'm using computers with 1 GiG Ethernet only.
> > Details/Context: I have a working gnuradio companion flowgraph that
> > generates a signal indefinitely
> > and applies it to (A:0, Tx/Rx). That output port is connected by a
> > cable to (B:0, RX2). All indications are
> > that this is working well. At irregular intervals, I want to obtain
> > large numbers of samples from
> > (B:0, RX2) by calling, say, uhd_rx_cfile or the like, outside of
> > the flowgraph, which is still
> > running. I'm prevented from doing that while the flowgraph is
> > running. Can I do it using the
> > second 1 GiG port if I set it up properly?
> > Thanks for any advice you can offer.
> > Chad
> > --
> > Chad M. Spooner
> > NorthWest Research Associates
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Chad M. Spooner
NorthWest Research Associates
301 Webster Street
Monterey, CA 93940
cmspooner at nwra.com
831 582 4904
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