Inspired by the capabilities of the new USRP B200 Software Defined Radio, our own Balint Seeber – Ettus Research Applications Engineer by day and SDR wizard by night, set out to show what the new USRP is capable of with a broad frequency coverage from 70 MHz – 6 GHz, a bandwidth of 56 MHz, and entirely USB 3.0 bus powered, board-only design. We didn't see Balint for a week after we handed him the B200 device. I did have the chance to interview him when he got back. Here's his story:
The USRP B200 (1x1) and B210 (2x2) each provide a fully integrated, single board, Universal Software Radio Peripheral platforms with continuous frequency coverage from 70 MHz-6 GHz.
Ettus Research and The GNU Radio Project are proud to announce that registration for GNU Radio Conference 2013 is open.
Ettus Research is pleased to announce two new products: the CBX (1.2 GHz - 6 GHz) RF daughterboard and two 8 Channel Clock Distribution Systems, the OctoClock and OctoClock-G.
Beginning today, Ettus Research ordering and fulfillment processes will be handled by National Instruments.
We are pleased to announce that our partner, Corgan Labs, has selected the Ettus Research Instant SDR Kit for their SDR courses.
Corgan Labs is one of several partners you will find in the USRP ecosystem. Founded by Johnathan Corgan, long-time release manager of the GNU Radio[link] project, Corgan Labs offers SDR training and application design services. Recently, Corgan Labs adopted the Ettus Research Instant SDR Kit as a standardized training platform. Now, attendees can receive low-cost hardware, be up and running quickly for the course, and continue designing with the hardware after the course is complete.