Nuand bladeRF software defined radio

Thursday, 14 January, 2016 | Supplied by: Silvertone Electronics

The Nuand bladeRF is a fully bus-powered USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Software Defined Radio that does not need to be plugged into an outlet for normal operation. Measuring 5 by 3.5″, the device is a portable handheld form factor that has an RF frequency range of 300 MHz to 3.8 GHz.

Featuring independent RX/TX programmability with 12-bit 40 MSPS quadrature sampling, the product is capable of achieving full-duplex 28 MHz channels while the onboard 200 MHz ARM9 with 512 KB embedded SRAM (JTAG port available) provides good flexibility. The product is 2x2 MIMO configurable with SMB cable, expandable up to 4x4, and has a modular expansion board design for adding GPIO, Ethernet, 1PPS sync signal, and expanding frequency range (through an available transverter board) and power limits.

The system is supported by stable Linux, Windows, Mac and GNURadio software packages. The hardware is capable of operating as a spectrum analyser, vector signal analyser and vector signal generator as well as simple FM audio or 4G LTE standard.

Phone: 02 6931 8252
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