Ettus Research, a National Instruments brand, is proud to announce the USRP E320 software defined radio (SDR), which brings performance to embedded SDR by offering four times more FPGA resources compared to its predecessor USRP E31x devices.
Open-source software initiatives require an active ecosystem of contributors to work effectively and for the software to be useful and have a decent lifespan. NI remains committed to open-source software and the future evolutions and use of SDRs in new and exciting applications that you, the GNU Radio community, will create!
Martin Braun's presentation slides from "You have turned on the Future" Updates from Ettus Research R&D talk at the GNU Radio Conference 2017
Manuel Uhm presentation slides from Ettus research: Future Directions talk at GRCon 2017.
It was a busy week for the USRP at NIWeek. Check out the keynote and demo videos from the event.
"An NI Engineer's Perspective on the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge" blog from National Instruments
The accepted teams for the RFNoC & Vivado HLS Challenge