Compact standalone SDRs
Ettus USRP E-Series, Mush Technologies MT0012
Compact standalone SDR devices such as the Ettus USRP E-Series (Embedded) and Mush Technologies MT0012 contain everything you need for autonomous operation. They are based on FPGAs and one or more processors as part of the Xilinx Zynq SoC, serve the tasks of monitoring air and electronic warfare, deploying base stations and microcells for mobile communications, etc.
The base model Ettus E310 uses a 2 × 2 MIMO AD9361 transceiver in the 70 MHz - 6 GHz range with a bandwidth of up to 56 MHz and a set of transmit and receive filters. E310 is equipped with a GPS receiver (including for time synchronization), microSD, 2 USB 2.0 ports.
Model E312 includes E310 functionality and Li-ion battery, E313 solution provides IP67 protection for E310.
The Ettus E320 provides 4x the FPGA and additional high-speed data transfer capabilities.
Mush Technologies MT0012 based on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale + and AD9371 provides 2x2 channels with 100 MHz bandwidth in the 300 MHz - 6 GHz range and is designed for heavy signal processing in 3G and 4G communication tasks.
Open-frame OEM versions are available.
SDR for Distributed MIMO Systems
Ettus USRP N300 Series
USRP N3xx models offer increased reliability for tasks requiring the creation and support of large-scale distributed systems, including distributed monitoring of the air, communication networking, prototyping and deployment of RRH, eNB and UE, stands and systems for testing mobile communications, radar and electronic warfare technologies.
Standalone operation The N3xx relies on the Xilinx Zynq FPGA and ARM controller, as well as recent UHD driver updates to remotely control, update, debug, and monitor a large number of networked USRPs.
Rapid prototyping of 5G communication systems
NI USRP 2974
Based on the Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA and Intel i7 processor, the NI USRP-2974 delivers the high performance you need to research and develop innovative next-generation mobile communications solutions.
The USRP-2974 has been designed for applications such as LTE and 802.11 device emulation, PHY and MAC layer algorithms, MIMO and Massive MIMO systems, Heterogeneous Networks, LTE Relaying, RF Compressive Sampling, Spectrum Sensing, cognitive radio, beamforming and signal source search. ...
The USRP-2974 runs on NI Linux Real-Time, Linux Fedora or Linux Ubuntu Real-Time, and supports other operating systems including Windows 10. Full support for LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite and Application Frameworks, plus a number of examples of integration with projects such as ns -3 and OpenAirInterface accelerate research into 802.11, LTE and MIMO communications networks.
The model also supports sync and streaming over high-speed protocols including 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Aurora, and PCIe Gen2.