|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Bandpass Sampling|
|Date:||Mon, 8 Dec 2014 11:53:05 -0800|
The N2xx series use a fixed sample rate, so there's no "deciding what sample rate to use based on Fc".
There's also the analog bandwidth of the ADC to consider. If you aren't going to use a downconverter card, then the analog bandwidth of the ADC will start to roll-off at some point, so even if you narrowband filter your input signal to remove aliasing possibilities, you will end up in the roll-off skirts of the analog bandwidth of the ADC.
Is there some reason not to use a downconverter card, like the WBX for your application?
On 2014-12-08 14:23, Richard Bell wrote:Thanks,My question is, how does the USRPN210 decide what sample rate to set the ADC to? Is it a function of both the center frequency and the sample rate setting of the UHD source block?I have a binary FSK signal centered at 300 MHz with 160 kHz offset peaks from the center freak. Therefore the lowest signal frequency of interest is 300-0.16 = 299.84 MHz and the highest is 300.16 MHz.I know the maximum sampling rate of the USRPN210 ADC is 100 MSPS. If the USRP uses that sample rate of 100 MSPS, it will alias my signal onto itself in an unwanted manor.
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