Marc Epards 100Msps on XCVR2450

Hi Lists,

I have tried Marc E.s 100Msps hack from
https://github.com/mepard/N210CeVI on XCVR2450. It’s extremely cool. I
verified that the 36MHz bandwidth option on the XCVR2450 actually works
(and it does). With this kind of bandwidth it is possible to investigate
true 802.11n and LTE signals (I wish we had this feature for TX as
well).

Many thanks Marc!

BR/
Per

Not to disparage some fine work, but in the specific example cited,
the existing, standard, 50Msps mode (8-bit samples) should also work,
unless 48dB of dynamic range isn’t adequate.

-Marcus

On Tue, 6 Mar
2012 17:28:54 +0000, Per Z. wrote:

Hi Lists,

I have
tried Marc E.s 100Msps hack from https://github.com/mepard/N210CeVI
[1] on XCVR2450. It’s extremely cool. I verified that the 36MHz
bandwidth option on the XCVR2450 actually works (and it does). With this
kind of bandwidth it is possible to investigate true 802.11n and LTE
signals (I wish we had this feature for TX as well).

Many thanks
Marc!

BR/
Per


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