Full-duplex

I want to use 2 Laptops with GNU Radio installed & 2 USRPs , but I want
a
full duplex OFDM link so each USRP will work as a TX & RX .
How to do a Full-duplex traffic ?
will I need to make a new block on GNU Radio to be used as a
transceiver ?
Thanks :slight_smile:

Hi sara,
which USRPS do you have?

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I have one USRP B100 & the other USRP is B200

2014-03-22 22:01 GMT+02:00 zielalaoui [email protected]:

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The used USRPs don’t actually matter much; you can have UHD source &
sink in the same flow graph, so to combine the OFDM Rx&Tx.

A word of advise, though: Start off with having a working OFDM one-way
communication, that is, for starters in GNU Radio, a milestone by
itself. Then combine the two functionalities in one flow graph.

Examples of OFDM Tx and Rx flow graphs are in the GNU Radio source
tree under gnuradio/gr-digital/examples/ofdm .

Greetings,
Marcus

On 22.03.2014 21:16, Sara C. wrote:

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On 03/22/2014 09:16 PM, Sara C. wrote:

I have one USRP B100 & the other USRP is B200

True full-duplex (i.e. tx & rx at the same time) will not work w/ these,
half-duplex will work.

Martin

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