Designed for cheap experiments. The B210 combines an AD9361 RFIC direct conversion transceiver with up to 56 MHz real-time bandwidth, an open and reprogrammable Spartan6 FPGA, and high-speed SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity with a convenient bus power supply.
Full support for the USRP Hardware Driver (UHD) allows you to start developing immediately using GNU radio, prototyping your own OpenBTS GSM base station, and seamless transition code from USRP B210 to higher-performance, industry-friendly USRP platforms.
B210 system architecture
The USRP B210 integrated radio frequency interface has been developed with the new analog equipment AD9361, a single-chip direct conversion transceiver capable of delivering up to 56 MHz of real-time RF bandwidth.
B210 uses both signal circuits of the AD9361, providing coherent MIMO capability. On-board signal processing and control of the AD9361 is performed by the Spartan6 XC6SLX150 FPGA, which is connected to the host computer using SuperSpeed USB 3.0. The USRP B210 real-time bandwidth comparison is 61.44MS / s quadrature, which provides the full 56 MHz of instantaneous RF bandwidth to the host computer for further processing using GNU radio or applications that use the UHD API.
– The first fully integrated dual-channel USRP device with continuous RF coverage between 70 MHz and 6 GHz
– Full duplex, MIMO (2 Tx and 2 Rx) operation with up to 56 MHz real-time bandwidth (61.44MS / s2)
– Fast and convenient SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity
– GNURadio and OpenBTS support via open source USRP Hardware Driver ™ (UHD)
– Open and reconfigurable Spartan 6 XC6SLX150 FPGA (advanced)
– Early access prototyping platform Analog Devices AD9361 for RFIC, fully integrated with directional transceiver, mixed signal baseband
Additionally, you can buy a steel housing. K-slots on the front and back of the case guarantee additional security.