Clark P. wrote:
I finally got my 44MHz oscillator in. Tried to remove the existing
oscillator but I got nowhere with my iron and copper braid. Can anyone
suggest a cheap tool that will allow me to get this surface mount
Nope. Its tough unless you have a Metcal talon. I would suggest that
you just cut the traces from the 2 pins on the left side and the one on
the right. This will disable the oscillator, but would be very hard to
If there were a warranty, this would definitely void it
The USRP Rev 4’s which are shipping now are much easier to run off an
external oscillator, but that won’t help you.
By the way, we also have very good and fast rational resamplers in the
source. Are you sure that wouldn’t help you?