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[Discuss-gnuradio] Re: BasicTX and BasicRX

From: Matt Ettus
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Re: BasicTX and BasicRX
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 15:42:38 -0800
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Tim Mattison wrote:
> Greetings, I recently purchased a USRP and it's a great piece of
> hardware.  I have the TVRX and the DBSRX is on order and I'm really
> excited to get it.

Glad to hear it.

> I'm curious about the BasicTX and BasicRX.  I noticed that they do
> 0.1MHz - 300MHz (well, BasicTX to 200MHz) and wanted to know a) what
> the approximate output power is, and b) why do they both have two
> antenna jacks?  Also, what are the advantages/disadvantages when
> compared to the new LFRX and LFTX boards?

The BasicTX and BasicRX are essentially just connector boards which give
access to the ADCs and DACs (via transformers).  They have no
amplification or filtering.  They are useful for experimentation, but
you should use external amps and filters (and possibly even mixers) in a
practical application of these.


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