Announcing the USRP E313

The USRP E313 is an IP67-rated, rugged and weatherproof Software Defined Radio for outdoor deployment.
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RFNoC™ & Vivado® HLS Challenge

Ettus Research and Xilinx are excited to sponsor The RFNoC & Vivado HLS Challenge!

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Announcing the TwinRX

The TwinRX daughterboard is a cost effective phase aligned superheterodyne receiver for the USRP™ X Series software defined radios, offering wide dynamic range and accurate phase synchronization for spectrum monitoring and direction finding applications.
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USRP Product Selector

The USRP Product Selector is a new tool designed to help you choose the SDR platform that best fits your application.
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About Ettus Research

Ettus Research™, a National Instruments (NI) company since 2010, is the world's leading supplier of software defined radio platforms, including the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP™) family of products. By supporting a wide variety of development environments on an expansive portfolio of high performance RF hardware, the USRP platform is the SDR platform of choice for thousands of engineers, scientists and students worldwide for algorithm development, exploration, prototyping and developing next generation wireless technologies across a wide variety of applications. 

The USRP software defined radio products are designed for RF applications from DC to 6 GHz, including multiple antenna (MIMO) systems. Example application areas include white spaces, mobile phones, public safety, spectrum monitoring, radio networking, cognitive radio, satellite navigation, and amateur radio.

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An NI Engineer's Perspective on the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge

"An NI Engineer's Perspective on the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge" blog from National Instruments

The RFNoC & Vivado HLS Challenge is Underway!

The accepted teams for the RFNoC & Vivado HLS Challenge

"Practical Software Radio: Why Things Don't Always Match the Textbooks"

"Practical Software Radio: Why Things Don't Always Match the Textbooks" Presentation by Matt Ettus.

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