Forum: GNU Radio GnuRadio/USRP1 application compatible HandHeld Wideband 33 Megahertz – 4.4 Gigahertz Software Define

89a3736d977b263ee891cc38440eff01?d=identicon&s=25 Software RadioUSA (Guest)
on 2014-04-25 03:04
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Since this device utilizes the LibUSRP driver, all USRP1 Applications
should be able to work with this SDR device.

This handheld wideband SDR device fits comfortably within the dimensions
of
the BladeRF, but utilizes USB 2.0 to AVOID well known USB 3.0 Issues
with
Radio Waves.

*Technical Specifications:*

• Wide RF range 33MHz-4400Mhz *(1)

• 64MSPS 14bit AD
• 128MSPS 12bit DA
• Wide range supply voltage from DC 8V-24V.
• USB 2.0 H/S connectivity provide max 8M sampling bandwidth(16bit).
• Integrated accuracy ±0.5ppm @25℃ TCXO andstability is ±1.0ppm
(-20℃~70℃)
• Flexible PLL regenerated clock for AD/DA to get more choice.
• Impact PCBA form factor 118.18*76.68 mm

More technical information can be found here:
http://softwareradio.us/?page_id=59

Works with the following software from within windows:
*Windows GSM Scanner ( Working Nicely )*
http://softwareradio.us/?page_id=79
*Windows GSM Base Station ( Alpha Version Software)*

http://softwareradio.us/?page_id=95

www.SoftwareRadio.us for more information.

E-Mail:  SoftwareRadioUSA@Gmail.com
7d89a70df32c0ae27c1235016f9e5441?d=identicon&s=25 Marcus Müller (Guest)
on 2014-04-25 17:36
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Hi anonymous,

although I feel your mail is kind of bold advertisement, I'm going to
comment on this:

- - Using LibUSRP is a bad choice. It's been outdated *for years*. UHD
is the way to go.
- - Recent GNU Radio (3.7 and 3.6.*) doesn't support libUSRP
- - it'd be nice if you actually mentioned why you post this to *this*
particular mailing list
- - utilizing USB2 instead of 3 is like saying "I'm driving a '99 Fiat
Punto to avoid the well known issues that come with a modern Maserati"

Greetings,
Marcus

On 25.04.2014 03:02, Software RadioUSA wrote:
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> Works with the following software from within windows: *Windows GSM
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