The Universal Software Radio Peripheral product family allows you to create a software radio using any computer with a USB 2.0 or Gigagbit ethernet port. Various plug-on daughterboards allow the USRP and USRP2 to be used on different radio frequency bands. Daughterboards are available from DC to 5.9 GHz at this time. The entire design of the USRP family is open source.
The USRP and USRP2 work with GNU Radio, a free-software (open source) framework for the creation of software defined radios. GNU Radio works on Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, FreeBSD and NetBSD (see FAQ for more details).
# Full-duplex Transceiver
# 50 MHz to 2.2 GHz coverage
# Interchangeable front end boards to allow for higher power amplifiers, custom filters, antenna switches, etc.
# Works with the USRP1 and USRP2
* White Spaces
* Mobile Phones
* Public Safety Radio
* Land Mobile
* Broadcast TV and FM Radio
* Satellite navigation
* Covers 6 Amateur Radio Bands
# Transmit Specs:
* 50-100mW (17-20dBm) from 50 MHz to 1.2 GHz
* 30-70mW (15-18dBm) from 1.2 GHz to 2.2 GHz
* 25+ dB Output power control range under software control
# Receive Specs:
* Noise figure of 5-7 dB
* IIP3 of 5-10 dBm
* IIP2 of 40-55 dBm
* At every frequency there is a gain setting which gives a noise figure of less than 8 dB while simultaneously giving an IIP3 of better than 0dBm and an IIP2 of better than 40 dBm.
The following boards are in production and can be ordered at any time:
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