|Subject:||[Discuss-gnuradio] ICRON Ranger 2101 USB 2.0 Extender|
|Date:||Tue, 26 Aug 2008 11:35:34 -0400|
I'm just now running tests on the ICRON USB2.0 Ranger 2101 extender device. I have it on a 100' piece of ordinary Cat5E UTP cable.
It seems to work OK with the USRP, but when I run at higher data rates (decim=8), it gets a lot of uOuOuO--more than it gets
when I'm directly connected. Not sure why that would be--probably buffering issues or something.
Anyway, this is very encouraging--it means that for us Radio Astronomy types, we can digitize right at the feed, and squirt
two channels from the USRP down a chunk of good-quallity Cat5E, up to 100M.
That makes me happy!
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