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UBX 10-6000 MHz Rx/Tx (160 MHz, X Series only)

UBX 10-6000 MHz Rx/Tx (160 MHz, X Series only)

Datasheet

UBX Datasheet
Features
  • 10 MHz to 6 GHz
  • Up to 160 MHz Bandwidth
  • RF Shielding
  • Phase Alignment Capable
Kit Contents
  • UBX 160 Daughterboard
  • Screws

Recommended for Use With

Additional Information

 

UBX 10-6000 MHz Rx/Tx (160 MHz, X Series only)

$1,195.00

783775-01

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UBX 160 USRP Daughterboard (10 MHz - 6 GHz, 160 MHz BW)

Features

  • Wide frequency range: 10 MHz - 6 GHz
  • Wide bandwidth: up to 160 MHz
  • USRP compatibility: X Series
  • RF shielding
  • Full duplex operation with independent TX and RX frequencies
  • Synthesizer synchronization for applications requiring coherent or phase-aligned operation

Overview

The UBX 160 daughterboard is a full-duplex wideband transceiver that covers frequencies from 10 MHz to 6 GHz with up to 160 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth. Coherent and phase-aligned operation across multiple UBX daughterboards enables users to explore MIMO and direction finding applications. The UBX 160 daughterboard works interchangeably with other USRP daughterboards and is supported by the USRP Hardware Driver™ (UHD) software API for seamless integration into existing applications.

The flexible transceiver architecture features multiple reconfigurable RF signal paths to optimize performance across a wide frequency range. A down conversion stage in the transmitter path, and an up conversion stage in the receiver path, extends the tuning range of the main direct conversion stage to cover signals with a center frequency from 10 MHz to 500 MHz. The wide RF coverage of the UBX daughterboard is ideal for applications spanning all the most common bands of interest such as HF, VHF, cellular, radar, and Wi-Fi.

Block Diagram

UBX Block Diagram

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RF Information

UBX Phase Noise

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UBX RF Specifications

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† The UBX 160 transmitter path has 160 MHz of bandwidth throughout the full frequency range of the device; the receiver path has 84 MHz of bandwidth for center frequencies from 10 MHz to 500 MHz.