New Product Announcements from Ettus Research

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New Product Announcements from Ettus R.

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We are very excited to announce the immediate availability of the
latest low cost Software Radio product from Ettus R., the
USRP™ B100. The B100 has the following features:

  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Xilinx Spartan 3A-1400 FPGA
  • Compatibility with our entire daughterboard family
  • Fully supported by UHD drivers
  • Dual 64 MS/s 12-bit ADCs
  • Dual 128 MS/s 14-bit DACs
  • Onboard TCXO for precise frequency control
  • 10 MHz and 1 PPS inputs for external references
  • Flexible clocking from 10 MHz to 64 MHz
  • 8 MHz of RF bandwidth with 16 bit samples
  • 16 MHz of RF bandwidth with 8 bit samples

The price is $650 each, and the B100 is in stock and ready to ship.

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The USRP E110 has a larger FPGA (Spartan 3A-DSP 3400) than
the E100, but is otherwise the same. This is perfect for those who
wish to offload DSP operations from the main ARM processor.

Both the E100 and E110 are now fully compatible with the GPSDO.

The price of the USRP E110 is $1500 and the E100 is $1300.
Both the E100 and E110 are in stock and ready to ship.

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As always, you can purchase all of our products through:

http://www.ettus.com/order

and you can contact [email protected] if you have any further
questions.

Thanks,
Matt E.
President, Ettus R. LLC

Hi Matt,

just wondering what the PPM spec is of the onboard TCXO? Will the
datasheet
be available soon?

Thanks

Regards
Richard

On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 2:34 PM, Richard C. [email protected]
wrote:

Hi Matt,

just wondering what the PPM spec is of the onboard TCXO? Will the datasheet
be available soon?

2.5 ppm. Datasheet may not be ready for a week or two.

Matt

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 6:25 PM, Jeffrey G. [email protected]
wrote:

The B100 looks appealing for an upgrade from my USRP1, but I have some
questions. Since the B100 can accept 10MHz and PPS reference, is it
compatible with the GPSDO module?

It can accept 10 MHz and PPS from a GPSDO, but it doesn’t have a serial
port
for position and time info. You will also need to mount it externally.
So
yes, you can use them together, but with some limitations.

Also, the Spartan 3A-1400 looks to
be roughly twice as big as the cyclone FPGA on the USRP1, is that
correct? The two main limitations of the USRP1 for me are the clock
stability (minor) and the the FPGA size (more significant).

The S3A-1400 has twice as many logic cells. An even bigger difference
is
that it has 32 hard multiply units, while the cyclone had to use a lot
of
general logic resources in order to do multiplies. So the capability is
more like 3x.

The B100 will have much better clock stability (~2.5ppm over
temperature)
even without the GPSDO.

Matt

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