Question: Setting Rx-A and RX-B Daughterboard on simultaneously

Hi all!

Is it possible to set both the Rx-A and the Rx-B (of the BASIC Rx
daughterboard) to ON while at the same time allowing I and Q sampling?
How
will this be done?

Thanks!

On Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Jason A. removed[email protected]
wrote:

Hi all!

Is it possible to set both the Rx-A and the Rx-B (of the BASIC Rx
daughterboard) to ON while at the same time allowing I and Q sampling? How
will this be done?

So a while ago, I tried to put together a little FAQ on the wiki. I
tried to use the mailing list as a guide, and I believe this might
answer your question:

http://gnuradio.org/trac/wiki/FAQ#HowcanIrecorddatafromdifferentdaughterboardsonthesameUSRP

If it doesn’t, or there are problems with the answer, please let us
know or change it on the wiki if you can figure it out on your own.

Brian

Unfortunately, it didn’t. I would like to know how to get data from the
two
sides of a SINGLE Rx Daughterboard.

Currently, I have a daughterboard at the RXA side of the USRP. I want to
get
data from both input ports of that single daughterboard. Is this
possible?

Thanks!

Jason-

Unfortunately, it didn’t. I would like to know how to get data from the two
sides of a SINGLE Rx Daughterboard.

Currently, I have a daughterboard at the RXA side of the USRP. I want to get
data from both input ports of that single daughterboard. Is this possible?

Could I ask you not to cut the previous text from your post? I can’t
read the question you are answering. Thanks.

-Jeff

On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:57:24PM +0800, Jason A. wrote:

Unfortunately, it didn’t. I would like to know how to get data from the two
sides of a SINGLE Rx Daughterboard.

Currently, I have a daughterboard at the RXA side of the USRP. I want to get
data from both input ports of that single daughterboard. Is this possible?

What type of daughterboard is on the RXA side?
If it’s a LF RX or Basic RX, then yes, you can get two streams from it.

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