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From November 2016 issue of Microwave Journal

Building a NarrowBand-IoT Base Station with USRP

This step-by-step guide shows how to build a NarrowBand IoT base station with USRP software defined radios.  


DVB-S2X Modem Prototype

With the increase in additional surveillance capabilities, and battle-fronts to monitor and defend, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) has become proportionally more dependent on SATellite COMmunication (SATCOM). Consequently, commercial SATCOM provides 80% of the Department of Defense (DoD)'s total capacity [1]. To this end, High Throughput Satellite (HTS) SATCOM has become a key interest.
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Dynamic Ionosphere CubeSat Experiment – High-Speed Satellite Ground Station

Challenge: Implement a low-cost, high-performance spacecraft communications system for an Earth-science mission.
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NC10-USRP

NC-10 USRP Channelizer is a toolkit for USRP-2955. It contains software as well as FPGA-bitfiles to turn the device into a powerful channelized radio, allowing users and system integrators to extract 512 GPS-timestamped signals of interest from four RF inputs and stream the extracted signals as well as the original wideband RF input via UDP.

Replacing many RF receivers with only one using Channelization

From the early days analog radio receivers to the superheterodyne channelized receivers today many things have changed. Nowadays, different technologies are in use and the capabilities grew immensely. This article will give you a brief overview of the development of radio recei-vers. Moreover, it will show how using channelization it became possible to use one radio receiver and listen to many different radio stations simultaneously.

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Marija Dimitrijevic, Novator  


Software Defined Radio - Past, Present, and Future

Dive into a discussion on thirty years of Software defined radios and where the future technologies are going.


USRP Technology for Multiband Passive Bi-Static RADAR

Challenge: The National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT) was faced with the challenge of creating an affordable and flexible Passive Bi-Static RADAR demonstrator.
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