Hi List,I am using an RFX2400 d’board, for IF sampling a signal which is
20MHz wide, centered at 2.4125GHz. I know it’s not possible to sample
whole 20Meg, but I am happy with a 16MHz version at this stage (which we
belive is the widest we can go). I am using
python usrp_rx_cfile.py -f 2404.5M -s --no-hb -8 -N 40000 data1.dat
Am I correct in using 2404.5M to downconvert the IF signal at 10MHz?
I need “real” IF samples at 10MHz, do I need to change something here?
this frequency in the above command is LO frequency or incoming
My signal is in the range 2402.5-2422.5MHz range, which is well with
in defined range of RFX2400 (2.4-2.483GHz), do I still need to cut lines
for ISM filter on-board, as one of my project mates was advised to do.
If yes, can’t I use the other signal input on the board, which hasn’t
got any filter around it?
when I look at the spectrum of the IF samples collected using above
command, they appear to have lesser bandwidth (4MHz) than the expected
Sorry if any/all of these questions sound stupid, but consider me novice