Averna wins 2016 Frost & Sullivan Global Leasership Award for the Multi-Channel RF Record & Playback soultion that utilizes two USRP X300 software-defined radios.
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." To read the full article click here
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.
Comtech EF Data Corp.'s AHA Products Group announced today, the successful demonstration of a complete DVB-S2X Modem in the Ettus X310 USRP™ Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform.
The Wireless Symposium @ Virginia Tech is an annual event where leaders and researchers from the wireless community meet and discuss latest developments. Ettus Research has been a part of this for a long time,and attended this year's symposium with a few members of our R&D team.
Congratulations to Matt Ettus, President and Founder of Ettus Research, for his tremendous accomplishment on winning the International Achievement Award.
Software defined radios (SDR) are not a novel concept; the original concept of a software radio first appeared thirty years ago. Due to the high cost of SDR hardware, though, software radio platforms really haven't been available as 'consumer' devices until recently. The wide availability of software defined radios for students, engineers & scientists, and hobbyists, was really kicked off by Matt Ettus in 2004. Since then, the use of the software defined radio has proliferated through many fields of communications and electronics.