Can USRP2 connect to Beagle Board-Xm?

Hello,

I want to know if GNU Radio USRP2 can connect to Beagle Board- Xm

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now
BeagleBoard-XM
has 100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work
together?

Thanks

Zhen

On 10/13/2010 10:35 AM, Zhen wrote:

Hello,

I want to know if GNU Radio USRP2 can connect to Beagle Board- Xm

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now BeagleBoard-XM
has 100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?

I do not know of any Gig-E solutions for the Beagleboard, so you can’t
connect a USRP2 to a beagle board.

Philip

I head that you can use a gigE switch between usrp2 and 100M Ethernet.
Then it may work. -Josh

On 10/13/2010 09:31 AM, Almohanad F. wrote:

Unfortunately that doesn’t work, I tried doing that with a TI board,
DM6446, it had 100M Ether and I used a GigE switch so I ended up
using a regular USRP. You can detect the USRP2 using the provided
script but you won’t be able to receive radio samples. If memory
serves correctly, there are some GigE specific throtteling packets
that the USRP2 sends out that 100M Ethernet can’t understand.

The pause frames are for tx throttling, so that means receive should be
fine.

Anyways, there is good news! Host based flow control is on its way (and
will do away with those pause frames). -Josh

Unfortunately that doesn’t work, I tried doing that with a TI board,
DM6446, it had 100M Ether and I used a GigE switch so I ended up using a
regular USRP. You can detect the USRP2 using the provided script but
you won’t be able to receive radio samples. If memory serves correctly,
there are some GigE specific throtteling packets that the USRP2 sends
out that 100M Ethernet can’t understand.

al

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