782761-01 | SBX USRP Daughterboard (400 MHz - 4.4 GHz)
The SBX is a wide bandwidth transceiver that provides up to 100 mW of output power, and a typical noise figure of 5 dB. The local oscillators for the receive and transmit chains operate independently, which allows dual-band operation. The SBX is MIMO capable, and provides 40 MHz of bandwidth. The SBX is ideal for applications requiring access to a variety of bands in the 400 MHz-4400 MHz range. Example application areas include WiFi, WiMax, S-band transceivers and 2.4 GHz ISM band transceivers.
782759-01 | WBX USRP Daughterboard (50 MHz - 2.2 GHz) with 2 MCX Bulkhead RF Cables
The WBX is a wide bandwidth transceiver that provides up to 100 mW of output power and a noise figure of 5 dB. The LO’s for the receive and transmit chains operate independently, but can be synchronized for MIMO operation. The WBX provides 40 MHz of bandwidth capability and is ideal for applications requiring access to a number of different bands within its range – 50 MHz to 2.2 GHz. Example application areas include land-mobile communications, maritime and aviation band radios; cell phone base stations, PCS and GSM multi-band radios; coherent multi-static radars; wireless sensor networks; transceiver covering 6 amateur bands; broadcast TV; white spaces; public safety; ISM. As of May 22nd 2013, this kit includes two MCX-Bulkhead cables. A second cable is only necessary for applications requiring full duplex operation or the use of both connections on the WBX.
782758-01 | DBSRX2 USRP Daughterboard (800 MHz to 2.3 GHz)
The DBSRX2 is a configurable receiver that can operate from 0.8-2.3 GHz. The DBSRX2 has a programmable 1-60 MHz channel filter that allows users to serve a wide variety of applications while providing the appropriate level of selectivity in the analog path. The DBSRX2 is MIMO capable, and can also power an external LNA or active antenna. Example applications include 902-928 MHz ISM, cellular and PCS, hydrogen and hydroxyl astronomy bands, and DECT. Note: The maximum operating frequency specification has been reduced from 2.4 to 2.3 GHz.
782752-01 | LFRX USRP Daughterboard (DC - 30 MHz)
The LFRX utilizes high-speed operational amplifier to provide receive coverage from DC to 30 MHz. The LFRX is ideal for users who intend to directly receive signals in the HF band using an external LNA, or use an external front end for down conversion.
782753-01 | LFTX USRP Daughterboard (DC - 30 MHz)
The LFTX utilizes high-speed operational amplifiers to provide clean operation of the USRP from DC to 30 MHz. The LFTX is ideal for direct operation in the HF band, or for users intending to use an external front end to up-convert to higher frequencies.
782750-01 | BasicRX USRP Daughterboard (1 - 250 MHz)
The BasicRX provides a simple, wideband interface to ADC of a USRP. The BasicRX is an ideal daughterboard for users who need an external RF front end, or to inject raw signals into the USRP. A wideband transformer allows operation from 1 to 250 MHz on each channel.
782751-01 | BasicTX USRP Daughterboard (1 - 250 MHz)
The BasicTX daughterboard provides a simple, wideband interface to the DAC output(s) of a USRP. The BasicTX is an ideal daughterboard for users who want to use an external RF front end, or experiment with the raw signals provided by the USRP. A wideband transformer allows operation from 1 to 250 MHz on each channel.