Matt E. wrote:
The Flex2400 board, which was released this week covers 2300-2700 MHz.
There is a filter on board which covers the ISM band (2400-2483 MHz),
but it can be bypassed easily, giving coverage to the full 2300-2700 MHz
band. The additional bands covered include satellite, military, ham,
and other fixed wireless bands.
i am sorry…some mistake on last post. this is the one that i have
I wonder flex2400 and rfx2400 is the same or not?
I think rfx2400 can cover frequencies from 2.3GHz to 2.9GHz right? but
GNU Radio, when I read the maximum and minimum freq that my
(rfx2400) and divide it with 2, it give me 2.5GHz… so with this, it
that my daughterboard maximum freq is 2.7GHz… i wonder why?
My next question on the rfx2400 daughterboard, how to bypass the ISM
filter? even though i haven’t bypass the filter, but i still able to
transmit at freq 2.5GHz and my receiver also work fine at 2.5GHz…
am able to receive my data successfully with minimum packet lost… i
Last but not least, how do i calculate my actual power transmit? i see
in GNU Radio, we can control 2 power parameter; the PGA and the DAC
is my Pt is like this: Pt (db) = Ppga (db) + Pdac (db) …how about the
in my rfx2400? and how about the max Pt that my rfx2400 can transmit?
please help me on this… thank you very much in advance.
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