The Ettus Research USRP™ (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) platform is a low-cost SDR that is commonly used for rapid prototyping and complex system design. The flexibility, affordability, and ease-of-use make the USRP an ideal option for numerous applications ranging from simple record-and-playback devices, to spectrum monitoring systems, and even functional cellular networks. Widespread adoption of the USRP platform has created an ecosystem of expertise and experience that you can leverage for your next project. We have established this list of trusted and capable partners that offer turn-key products and services for the USRP platform.

USRP System Integrators and Training

Geon Technologies, LLC

Geon Technologies

Geon offers custom development for a wide range of RF signal processing and wireless radio components tailored to Ettus Research’s powerful FPGA/SDR architecture. Geon’s engineering expertise includes; High fidelity spectral characterization support for cognitive radio and RF situational awareness applications, Conventional and wireless radio transceivers, Multi-channel wireless radio applications (MIMO, Tx/Rx diversity, Adaptive beam forming) Correlative DF and TDOA-based geolocation support, Wideband signal synthesis for reactive countermeasures applications.

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OEM and Turn-Key Solutions


As a global Test & Quality Solution leader, Averna partners with product designers, developers, and OEMs to help them achieve higher product quality, accelerate time to market and protect their brands. Founded in 1999, Averna offers specialized expertise and innovative test, vision inspection, precision assembly and automated solutions that deliver substantial technical, financial and market benefits for clients in the aerospace, automotive, consumer, defense, life sciences, semiconductor, telecom, and other industries. Averna has offices around the world, numerous industry certifications such as ISO, CSIA, and ITAR registration, and is partnered with National Instruments and JOT Automation.

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Pixus Technologies

Pixus Technologies offers ruggedized and commercial enclosure solutions for embedded computing. The company has a wide range of standard, modular chassis platforms as well as specialty design services. Ruggedization options include IP67 weatherproofing, MIL-810 for shock/vibration/environmental and MIL-461 for EMI, and more.

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Dedrone is the market and technology leader in airspace security. The Dedrone platform is a fully automatic counterdrone solution and uniquely designed to detect, classify, and mitigate drone-based threats. Its optimized hardware can be mounted to facades or windows and identifies approaching drones by means of visual, acoustic, and frequency sensors. Noise, movement pattern, silhouette, as well as RF and Wi-Fi signals are processed and evaluated with the intelligent DroneTracker software. DroneTracker’s correlation and analysis of this information reliably classifies approaching drones and triggers alarms to alert security staff. Third-party sensors, such as surveillance cameras, radar, jammers or other countermeasures, can be integrated.

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Echo Ridge offers a suite of innovative RF test products which harness the latest Ettus Research wideband software defined radio technology. Their Wireless Instrumented Streaming Platform (WISP) and mini-WISP products combine USRP™ software defined radios, embedded computers, wideband power amplification, and intuitive control software into economical packaging configurations which support a wide range of uses such as precision-time/power calibrated wideband RF streaming capture, spectrum analysis, and arbitrary signal transmission. Their DYnamic Spectrum Environment emulator (DYSE™) is able to digitally synthesize complex radio propagation environments which include dozens of interconnected radio devices to provide controllable, repeatable field test realism in a laboratory environment.

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Konrad Technologies

Konrad Technologies provides application specific automated test and measurement solutions. A global company, Konrad Technologies, supports customers around the world in a variety of industries, from Automotive and ADAS to Electronics and Semiconductors. As a National Instruments ‘Platinum Alliance Partner’ and ‘RF & Wireless Specialty Alliance Partner’, Konrad Technologies draws upon a vast background of experience in order to support custom applications.

The Konrad RF Communications Test System (KT-RFCT 2400A) is based on the Software Defined Radio (SDR) approach. The calibrated RF test system has a frequency range of 70 MHz to 6 GHz and a wide range of applications.

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NAVSYS – GNSS Signal Architect Test Set

The NAVSYS GNSS Signal Architect Test Set is a turn-key GNSS simulation and testing system. Providing sufficient bandwidth for P(Y), M, and C/A codes, the test set can be used to test GNSS receivers with repeatable, real-world simulations. These simulations can be produced from recorded signals with the record-and-playback feature. The Test Set can also synthesize raw I/Q data with or without impairments, allowing for repeatable, but adaptable test cases. The Test Set uses a USRP N210 SDR.

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NewEdge Signal Solutions

NewEdge Signal Solutions develops innovative RF Hardware and Firmware for the Wireless Infrastructure, defense and public safety markets. The company combines unique expertise in filters, RF amplifiers, envelope tracking technology, and baseband algorithms to create multi-mode, multi-band high-efficiency RF front ends and tunable filters.

The goal of NewEdge in developing RF Agile Front End solutions is to bring the promise offered by Software Defined Radios, already available in the baseband and transceiver sections, to the RF front end. Both standard products and reference designs are currently available as well as custom-specific variants.

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With more than 10 years of expertise in Defence and Intelligence fields, Serpikom is used to integrating Ettus products for low cost and short “time to market” approaches. Serpikom is headquartered in France and employs a terrific team including:

•    Experts in: Comint / Elint / Jamming

•    Signal processing engineers

•    VHDL / FPGA  engineers

•    Research and development engineers

•    Radio Frequency engineers

Serpikom provides detection and signals processing solutions that capture, analyze and record waves irrespective of the type of signal:

•    H/V/UHF communications

•    Satellite communications

•    Radar Signal

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Orolia GPS/GNSS Simulator Solutions

Using today’s GPUs massive computation power, Orolia has engineered SDX, a full-featured GNSS simulator that is entirely software-driven. SDX generates the real-time baseband signals, converting them instantly to RF using Ettus SDR USRP X and USRP Networked Series. Packed with a rich feature set such as 1000 Hz update rate, real-time kinematics (RTK), remote control from Python scripts and jammers simulation, SDX offers unmatched flexibility and scalability.

Orolia offers turnkey solutions & software-only packages.

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Shared Spectrum Corporation – Spectrum Sensing Toolbox

Shared Spectrum Corporation (SSC) is an industry-leading expert in dynamic spectrum access, signal detection, and signal classification. SSC has chosen the USRP E110 SDR as a platform for their Spectrum Sensing Toolbox (SST).  Taking advantage of the embedded ARM processor and DSP of the USRP E110 SDR, the SST provides detection and classification capabilities for a variety of signals including: LTE, ATSC, and narrowband FM.

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Gradiant is an ICT technology center focused on technological development and knowledge transfer to industry to improve their business, adding our expertise and experience to the final solutions. Gradiant is specialized in conception, design and development of solutions for communications, UAS, SIGINT, GNSS, and IoT-based systems combining software and hardware, oriented to meet the needs and challenges of the aerospace, telco, and security & defense markets. Examples of where Gradiant has used USRP include UAS detection and defeat systems, GPS spoofing, satellite communication (VHF, S band, and Ka band), ILS/VOR analyzer, and cognitive radio.

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Third-Party Software

OpenAirInterface Software Alliance (OSA)

Established in 2014, the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance (OSA) is a French non-profit organization (“Fonds De Dotation”), funded by corporate sponsors. OSA currently provides a standard-compliant implementation of a subset of Release 10 LTE for UE, eNB, MME, HSS, SGw and PGw on standard Linux-based computing equipment (Intel x86 PC/ARM architectures). The software is freely distributed by the Alliance under the terms stipulated by the OSA license model. It can be used in conjunction with standard RF laboratory equipment available in many labs. The primary future objective is to provide an open-source reference implementation which follows the 3GPP standardization process starting from Rel-13 and the evolutionary path towards 5G and that is freely-available for experimentation on commodity laboratory equipment.

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NordiaSoft – SCA Support for USRP SDRs

NordiaSoft’s SCARI-GT is a SCA core framework with device wrappers for the USRP product family.  This framework currently runs on OrbExpress from Objective Interface Systems. Combined with the USRP N2xx or USRP E1xx, this software provides a SCA development environment that is affordable, open, and easy-to-use.  SCARI-GT includes several design examples for the USRP SDRs, and can be licensed for SCA-based products.

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Software Radio Systems

Software Radio Systems (SRS) provides L1, L2 and L3 solutions for a range of wireless technologies including LTE/LTE-Advanced/NB-IoT and DVB-S2/RCS2. The open-source srsUE application is an LTE UE terminal running on a PC. Coupled with the USRP family of front-ends, srsUE provides a powerful tool for network analysis and diagnostics, vulnerability testing and R&D. Our portable, high-performance libraries accelerate SDR product development and our custom scan, sniffer, analysis and fuzzing tools accelerate test and verification while lowering investment costs.

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OpenCPI is a framework and methodology for component-based development to support heterogeneous processing (GPP, FPGA, DSP etc.), interconnects, multicore SoC up to distributed or in-the-box clusters, and devices. It is enhanced and supported by CNF Technologies with the help of countless open-source contributors. For more information about OpenCPI, please see tutorials, briefings, and latest releases at

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MATLAB and Simulink connect to the USRP family of software-defined radios to provide a radio-in-the-loop environment for SISO and MIMO wireless system design, prototyping, verification, spectrum monitoring, and testing wideband wireless systems.

USRP Support from Communications Toolbox enables you to design and prototype software-defined radio (SDR) systems using USRP® with MATLAB and Simulink. Learn about support for USRP devices (B, X, and N series).

Wireless Testbench™ helps users to test wideband wireless systems and perform spectrum monitoring. Learn about high- data transmit and capture at rates up to 250 MSps using Wireless Testbench.

USRP E310 Support from Communications Toolbox helps you to prototype and test software-defined radio (SDR) systems using USRP E310 with MATLAB and Simulink. Learn about support for the USRP E310 device.


ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC utilizes Ettus Research software defined radios in three key areas: software-based waveform development, AI/ML wireless applications, dynamic spectrum access (DSA), and 5G spectrum planning, managing and coordination.

ANDRO’s software-based waveform development has achieved performance never thought possible with all processing performed on General-Purpose Processor (GPP). ANDRO leverages customized libraries, efficient multi-threading, and AVX2 optimization to achieve high symbol-rate tactical and commercial waveforms on Ettus Research SDR. ANDRO’s modular waveform library enables rapid construction of new waveforms or modification of existing waveforms with additional capabilities such as spreading, frequency hopping, and more.

ANDRO’s Marconi-Rosenblatt AI/ML Innovation Lab is a leader in applying AI/ML techniques to SIGINT and Electronic Warfare (EW) using Ettus Research products. Focus areas include modulation and signal classification, radio frequency fingerprinting, generating open-source waveform datasets, MIMO beamforming with dynamic mesh networking, and jammer-resilient LPI/D with adaptive filtering.

ANDRO develops intelligent spectrum management technologies that provide enhanced capabilities to 5G networks in terms of spectrum efficiency, data rate, latency, and providing traceability and governance. ANDRO works with Ettus Research products to provide a beyond-5G solution of a decentralized edge-based network and spectrum enhancement.


Tenet Technetronics serves Ettus Research branded products with distribution services in India.