SDR in the Palm of Your Hand

The new USRP B205mini-i, with double the FPGA size as previous USRP B200mini Series devices, delivers a flexible and compact SDR platform in the size of a business card.
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USRP Product Selector

The USRP Product Selector is a new tool designed to help you choose the SDR platform that best fits your application.
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Battery Operated SDR

Announcing the USRP™ E312 -  battery operated, stand-alone SDR platform for field deployment. The USRP E312 provides 2x2 MIMO support covering 70MHz to 6GHz. Powerful, affordable, compact, and now portable.
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USRP B200/B210 Enclosure

Announcing the USRP B200/B210 enclosure kit - this accessory allows users to assemble a steel case to protect the board-only USRP B200 and B210 devices.
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About Ettus Research

Ettus Research™, a National Instruments (NI) company since 2010, is the world's leading supplier of software defined radio platforms, including the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP™) family of products. By supporting a wide variety of development environments on an expansive portfolio of high performance RF hardware, the USRP platform is the SDR platform of choice for thousands of engineers, scientists and students worldwide for algorithm development, exploration, prototyping and developing next generation wireless technologies across a wide variety of applications. 

The USRP software defined radio products are designed for RF applications from DC to 6 GHz, including multiple antenna (MIMO) systems. Example application areas include white spaces, mobile phones, public safety, spectrum monitoring, radio networking, cognitive radio, satellite navigation, and amateur radio.

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Jun
30
Award Winning Multi-Channel RF Record & Playback with USRP X300

Averna wins 2016 Frost & Sullivan Global Leasership Award for the Multi-Channel RF Record & Playback soultion that utilizes two USRP X300 software-defined radios.


Mar
4
"ECDSA Key Extraction from Mobile Devices via Nonintrusive Physical Side Channels" Genkin et al.

Check out this research being done on Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) key extraction by Genkin et al.. Their research utilized both Ettus Reserch and National Instruments hardware.

"For digitizing the analog signal, we used one of two instruments. For the best robustness during initial characterization, as described below in this subsection, we used a National Instruments PCI- 6115 data acquisition device, sampling at 10 Msample/sec with 12 bits of ADC resolution. For key extraction, described in Section 3.2, we used an Ettus N200 software defined radio device, with its LFRX daughterboard, sampling at 1 Msample/sec."

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Sep
10
Who's going to DySPAN 2015?

Join us in Stockholm on September 29 - October 2 for DySPAN 2015 for a unique blend of policy and technology topics focused on addressing the rapid growth in wireless traffic through spectrum reuse with a keynote presented by Matt Ettus. 

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