Earlier this month, Ettus Research announced its newest addition to the USRP software defined radio family – the release of the USRP ™ X300 and X310. So far, the community has expressed excitement about the product and its high-performance nature. We thought we would take opportunity to highlight features, discuss the new applications this series enables, and paint a picture of how it fits into the overall Ettus Research product portfolio.
Today, Ettus Research introduces the USRP X300 and USRP X310; high-performance, modular software defined radio (SDR) platforms that combine two RF transceivers covering DC – 6 GHz with up to 120 MHz bandwidth, multiple high-speed interface options
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.