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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Agile Solutions is Pleased to announce USRPSTAR.

From: Jeff Brower
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Agile Solutions is Pleased to announce USRPSTAR. Yet another addition to GNURADIO
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2011 17:12:34 -0500 (CDT)
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> On 04/19/2011 01:10 PM, address@hidden wrote:
>> Dear Matt,
>> We honestly went through every material in search on Google but we
>> couldn't locate a single article published successful testing for
>> For whatever reason, we would like to know, if you can confirm on this
>> with your lab setup ?
>> We have done considerable experimental work on this. And we are certain
>> with the results we have have found.
>> We would encourage this exploration in best interest of all from your
>> end.
>> Thank you.
> Dear Mr. Solutions,

Mr. Solutions = Akash Kosgi, Lakshmamma Layout, Banaswadi, Bangalore, 560043, 


> All USRP systems can do STBC, SFBC, spatial multiplexing, etc.  I've
> said it multiple times and pointed you to multiple sources.  Steve
> Peters told you he and the Hydra team at UT have done it.  I have seen
> it done.  I have done it myself.  Our customers have been doing it for 6
> years now.  The WARP boards from Rice do it in the exact same way.
> Millions of WiFi systems do it the same way.
> Page 4, section 4 of the following paper says the same thing:
> http://newport.eecs.uci.edu/~hyousefi/publ/lamacGC09.pdf
> "Our experiments rely on a MANET testbed in
> which each test node consists of a host PC and a USRP
> motherboard hosting a pair of frontend RF daughter boards.
> Since each daughter board is attached to a single antenna,
> each MANET node is equipped with a pair of antennas. When
> transmitting, each MANET node utilizes Space-Time Block
> Coding (STBC) method of [23]. "
> I don't know what more I could possibly say.  No matter how many times
> you ask the question, the answer will always be the same.  Just because
> *you* couldn't get it to work doesn't mean it's impossible.
> Matt Ettus

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