USRP X310

USRP X310 Kit
The Ettus Research USRP X310 is a high-performance, scalable software defined radio (SDR) platform for designing and deploying next generation wireless communications systems.

The hardware architecture combines two extended-bandwidth daughterboard slots covering DC – 6 GHz with up to 120 MHz of baseband bandwidth, multiple high-speed interface options (PCIe, dual 10 GigE, dual 1 GigE), and a large user-programmable Kintex-7 FPGA in a convenient desktop or rack-mountable half-wide 1U form factor. In addition to providing best-in-class hardware performance, the open source software architecture of X310 provides cross-platform UHD driver support making it compatible with a large number of supported development frameworks, reference architectures, and open source projects.

Antennas

  • VERT2450 Antenna

  • USRP X310 Kit
    VERT2450 Dual Band 2.4 to 2.48 GHz and 4.9 to 5.9 GHz

  • VERT400 Antenna

  • USRP X310 Kit
    144 MHz, 400 MHz, and 1200 MHz Tri-band omni-directional vertical antenna.

  • LP0965 Antenna

  • USRP X310 Kit

    850 MHz to 6.5 GHz Log Periodic PCB directional antenna, at 5-6dBi Gain.

RF Daughterboards

  • CBX 1200-6000 MHz Rx/Tx (120 MHz)

  • USRP X310 Kit
    The CBX is a full-duplex, wideband transceiver that covers a frequency band from 1.2 GHz to 6 GHz with a instantaneous bandwidth of 40 MHz. The CBX can serve a wide variety of application areas, including WiFi research, cellular base stations, cognitive radio research, and RADAR.
    The local oscillators for the receive and transmit chains operate independently, allowing multi-frequency operation. The references for the local-oscillators are derived from the USRP master-clock, which permits coherent operation when combined with MIMO-capable USRP models such as the USRP N200 or USRP N210.

  • WBX 50-2200 MHz Rx/Tx (120 MHz)

  • USRP X310 Kit
    The WBX is a wide bandwidth transceiver that provides up to 100 mW of output power and a noise figure of 5 dB. The LO's for the receive and transmit chains operate independently, but can be synchronized for MIMO operation. The WBX provides 40 MHz of bandwidth capability and is ideal for applications requiring access to a number of different bands within its range - 50 MHz to 2.2 GHz. Example application areas include land-mobile communications, maritime and aviation band radios; cell phone base stations, PCS and GSM multi-band radios; coherent multi-static radars; wireless sensor networks; transceiver covering 6 amateur bands; broadcast TV; white spaces; public safety; ISM. As of May 22nd 2013, this kit includes two MCX-Bulkhead cables. A second cable is only necessary for applications requiring full duplex operation or the use of both connections on the WBX.

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