USRP2 Price

Any ideas in US dollars?

Isaac

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What about the daughter boards? Any rough ideas?

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On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 3:08 PM, isaacgerg [email protected]
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Any ideas in US dollars?

http://www.ettus.com/orderpage.html

List price seems to be $1400, but don’t forget the accessories!

Brian

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 3:15 PM, Dan H.
[email protected] wrote:

Whoa; are these actually purchaseable yet? Last I heard Matt wasn’t taking
preorders and there weren’t any announcements to the contrary.

I didn’t think they were up when I looked this morning, but they
appear to be up now. :slight_smile:

Click on the web page. You will like it.

http://ettus.com

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Member: ARRL, AMSAT, AMSAT-DL, TAPR, Packrats,
NJQRP, QRP ARCI, QCWA, FRC.
“Trample the slow … Hurdle the dead”

I dont see any daugterboards that work for the USRP2.

isaac

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The accessories are the same, order awayyyyyyyyyyy

Bob

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Member: ARRL, AMSAT, AMSAT-DL, TAPR, Packrats,
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On Sep 9, 2008, at 12:11 PM, Brian P. wrote:

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 3:08 PM, isaacgerg [email protected]
wrote:

Any ideas in US dollars?

http://www.ettus.com/orderpage.html

List price seems to be $1400, but don’t forget the accessories!

Whoa; are these actually purchaseable yet? Last I heard Matt wasn’t
taking preorders and there weren’t any announcements to the contrary.

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On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:41 PM, Bob McGwier [email protected] wrote:

The same daughter boards that work for USRP, work for USRP2.

Any news on the WBX0510?

The same daughter boards that work for USRP, work for USRP2.

Bob

ARRL SDR Working Group Chair
Member: ARRL, AMSAT, AMSAT-DL, TAPR, Packrats,
NJQRP, QRP ARCI, QCWA, FRC.
“Trample the slow … Hurdle the dead”

Matt has been really pushing to get the USRP2 perfect and out. He has
ordered lots of them now and while I have no first hand knowledge, I
would suspect that the WBX0510 has slid linearly in time with the
slide of the USRP2. Matt would have to comment on this directly as I
have no first hand knowledge (other than keen to get my hands on one).

Bob

The best price/performance ratio is the ICRON Ranger 2101 or 2104. It’s
$350.00 or so,
but I’ve been evaluating one, and it works just fine at 150ft–I have
no need to go
further, but the unit will work up to 100M. I’m using Cat5e FTP (foil
shielded twisted pair), to
reduce unwanted emissions, since I’m basically running Cat5e all the
way to the feed at the
SBRAC dish site.

Cheers
Marcus

[Adopts Austin Powers voice]

Yeah, Baby.

USRP2 has been a long time coming. As soon as I can rub together a few
nickles, I’ll probably
pick one up.

We chose to go with the original USRP for the SBRAC project
(http://www.sbrac.org), partially
because I already had one, and partially for the two-channelness. I
was able to find
a USB 2.0 extender that works nicely for me, at full 480Mbps
rates–currently at 150ft,
but it’ll do 100M. I modified my radio astronomy code to use 8-bit
samples, and handle
a pair of daughtercards of the same type–either for interferometry or
orthogonal feeds.
I can do 8Mhz bandwidth with two DBS_RX or TV_RX with the USRP into a
3.2Ghz Pentium D 925
system.

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