RFX2400 using 2.4-2.48GHz Patch antennas

Hey,
Just purchased a couple of RFX2400 transceiver dboards as well as a
couple of patch antennas (WA5JVB) and tried running the benchmark
program from one USRP to another (both mounted with the RFX boards).
However it didn’t seem to work. I tried looking for a spike using the
fft on the receiver USRP but found only a spike at 2.4GHz (from
surrounding wireless hardware) which didnt change during transmission
(using benchmark_tx.py). Was just wondering what the problem is if
anyone else has encountered it.
i.e. is it a problem with the boards? Or antenna? Or is it a problem
with the benchmark script?

Thanks
-Joseph Crowley

Joseph Crowley wrote:

Hey,
Just purchased a couple of RFX2400 transceiver dboards as well as a couple of patch antennas (WA5JVB) and tried running the benchmark program from one USRP to another (both mounted with the RFX boards). However it didn’t seem to work. I tried looking for a spike using the fft on the receiver USRP but found only a spike at 2.4GHz (from surrounding wireless hardware) which didnt change during transmission (using benchmark_tx.py). Was just wondering what the problem is if anyone else has encountered it.
i.e. is it a problem with the boards? Or antenna? Or is it a problem with the benchmark script?

Thanks
-Joseph Crowley

You’ll have to provide more information than that. Which benchmark
script and what were the parameters? What was the setup of the
experiment (TX-RX distance)? Have you successfully run other GNU Radio
applications? Try usrp_siggen and usrp_fft.

Tom

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