e310 Universal Software Radio Peripheral 357g,
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USRP SDR GPS
Universal Software Radio Peripheral, USRP-LW E310
The RF front-end AD9361 transceiver provides instantaneous bandwidth up to 56 MHz and multi-band frequencies from 70 MHz to 6 GHz, and can support 2X2 MIMO.
The preselected filter bank in the RF front end of the transmit link and the receive link improves frequency selectivity.
The baseband processor uses Xilinx's zynq 7020 FPGA chip, which is embedded with an ARM dual-core CPU.
The USRP embedded series uses a Linux distribution customized by the openembedded framework to meet the specific needs of the application. The default operating system is pre-installed
UHD software and third-party development tools such as GNU Radio.
|RF performance parameters
|DC voltage input
|Conversion module parameters
|Enter the third-order intercept point
|ADC sampling rate (maximum)
|DAC sampling rate
|Local oscillation accuracy
The AD9361 transceiver of the RF front-end provides instantaneous bandwidth up to 56 MHz, the frequency range covers 70 MHz-6 GHz, and supports 2X2 MIMO. The RF preselection filter bank at the front end of the transmit link and the receive link enhances frequency selectivity.
The baseband processor uses Xilinx Zynq 7020 SoC to provide FPGA accelerated computing, combined with the independent operation supported by dual-core ARM CPU. USRP-LW E310 integrates a wealth of peripherals, such as an integrated GPS receiver that can be used for location awareness and time synchronization, and dual USB host ports that can be used for expanded storage space and other I/O devices. Using off-the-shelf equipment, users can quickly prototype and develop embedded applications.
The USRP embedded series uses a Linux distribution customized by the OpenEmbedded framework to meet the specific needs of the application. The default operating system is pre-installed with USRP Hardware Driver™ (UHD) software and third-party development tools such as GNU Radio. E310 also supports RFNoC technology. The RFNoC FPGA development framework can perform real-time calculations and meet the requirements of broadband signal processing.
Operating system and development framework
|Software development framework
Xilinx ISE Design Suite
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