[USRP-users] N200: Run program locally on CPU

Kevin McGuire kmcg3413 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 31 19:40:27 EDT 2017

Make this question fairly low priority.

Just realized the N200 supports gigabit ethernet. I think that might be
what happened. I calculated it in my pre-planning phase then did not
realize my network here is limited to 100MBit, but that is an easy fix so
not worries.

On Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 11:31 PM, Kevin McGuire <kmcg3413 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey,
> I am used to the B200 over USB3. So with the N200 and uhd_rx_cfile utility
> I *finally* realized that it reports dropped packets as the letter D to
> the terminal output. I guess I was thinking it was D for data and yes the
> thought did cross my mind that its not quite enough Ds for a 2000 sample
> packet..
> Anyway, I learn. I started catching on to it when the size of my captures
> file kept looking like I was sampling at 3.125e6/samples/second. I just was
> not thinking well about the 100Mbit and how USB3 is a lot more.
> So, my question is, how can I access the N200 locally? I wanted to
> overcome that 100Mbit limitation by doing just a tad of pre-procesing
> locally. I believe it runs Linux and I do not wish to tamper with the FPGA
> unless I had too - which I might do one day.
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