[USRP-users] MIMO capability of USRP B210

Sandeep Sarma -ERS, HCL Tech sandeep-s at hcl.com
Mon Nov 20 04:45:00 EST 2017


Hi all,


As I understand from the USRP B210 board specifics that transmission/reception on multiple tx/rx channels can be done using different frequencies of the same band, upto spacing of 56MHz.


In light of the above, do we have any test scripts from USRP or gnuRadio to prove this capability?


Any info on this would help me. Thanks.


BR,

Sandeep


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