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Software RadioUSA (Guest)
on 2014-04-25 21:22
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Let's find out and compare USB 2.0 SDR devices running certain
versus your USB 3.0 SDR devices ?

No more talking please.

The ASRP1, now to be called, SDR MIMO, will be available next month as
too to provide USRP1 applications reliable
SDR environments.  I've had it running OpenBTS for almost 3 months with
ZERO issues!

And it all based off of the deceptive " Open Source Ettus USRP1 " design

Marcus, I keep aquiring USB 3.0 customers who have spent $1000 or better
for SDR equipment that is only working,
MOSTLY, through USB 2.0.

Hence why reliable USB 2.0 SDR equipment shall be coming to town from
on in!

Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2014 17:34:36 +0200
From: Marcus M?ller <>
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GnuRadio/USRP1 application compatible
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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 It's been outdated *for years*.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"

Tom Rondeau (Guest)
on 2014-04-25 21:59
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I wanted to publicly address this kind of behavior that we've talked
in the past because I want to make sure everyone recognizes how we try
do business here. We really work hard on this mailing list to keep the
discussion civil and technical. Arguments are welcome, but they need to
backed up with facts, not ugly insults about individuals and companies.
directing this mostly at your use of the word "deceptive" when talking
about Ettus Research, but this also goes to your attitude and ugly
to other up-standing members of the GNU Radio community on the Reddit
you posted.

I'm going to have to ask you to apologize or I will have to block this
account from further posting on the mailing list.


On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 3:21 PM, Software RadioUSA <
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