|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] See a demo of our new USRP as DEFCON|
|Date:||Fri, 2 Aug 2013 23:29:56 +0200|
This is very good news. The specs you're anticipating are of great interest to me. Just a further question:
Is the B200 conceived in order to support 24/7 continuous operation (e.g. the sort of use case you would expect in a permanent spectrum monitoring application)?
If so, have you already or will you have some characterization figures in this regard (an MTBF or the like)?
...and good luck with your great work
For those lucky enough to be going to DEFCON, Balint Seeber (our applications engineer) will be presenting "All Your RFz Are Belong to Me -- Hacking the Wireless World with SDR", in Track 4 from 10 AM to 11:45. He will be running all of his demos on the USRP B200, which we are going to release very soon.The low-cost B200 has frequency coverage of 50 MHz to 6 GHz, with 56 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth (at 61.44 MS/s) over a USB 3 interface. The B210 adds 2x2 MIMO capability and a bigger FPGA. The device is bus-powered so there is no need for an external power supply. It *already* runs GNU Radio, OpenBTS, LTE, and anything else that runs on our other USRPs.Balint's talks are always very exciting, so be sure to check it out if you are at the conference. He is going to demonstrate RFID hacking (on FastTrak toll passes), LTE, OpenBTS, and numerous other applications he has developed.For those not lucky enough to be there, here is a brief taste of it:Matt
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