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The USRP-LW N310 is a networked software defined radio (SDR) that provides reliability and fault-tolerance for deployment in large-scale and distributed wireless systems. The USRP-LW N310 device simplifies control and management of a network of radios by introducing the unique capability to remotely perform tasks such as updating software, rebooting, factory resetting, self-testing, host PC/ARM debugging and monitoring system health.
The USRP-LW N310 is one of the highest channel density devices in the SDR market, offering four RX and four TX channels. The RF front end uses two AD9371 transceivers, the latest RFIC technology from Analog Devices. Each channel provides up to 100 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth and covers an extended frequency range from 10 MHz to 6 GHz.
The open-source USRP Hardware Driver (UHD) API and RF Network-on-Chip (RFNoC) FPGA development framework reduce software development effort and integrate with a variety of industry-standard tools such as GNU Radio. Users can rapidly prototype and reliably deploy designs for a variety of SDR applications such as wireless testbeds, remote radio heads, spectrum monitoring, and more. Please note that the USRP-LW N310 is not designed for fast tuning.
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