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Regarding Transceiver design on GNUradio

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Regarding Transceiver design on GNUradio

PostAuthor: amit12 » Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:55 am

Dear all,
I am working on re-configurable Software defined radio based multiband transceiver (initially for ISM band 2.4 GHz).for that i am using GNU Radio for software design .For hardware design i come to know that Development Boards (i)USRP Motherboard (ii)RFX2400 or SBX40 or CBX40 are required .
my quires are
(1) Is GNU radio software is sufficient for full transceiver design ?
(2) What other components are required in the hardware circuits?
(3) What is the cost of USRP motherboard, RFX2400,SBX40 and CBX40 ?
(4) Any other software /hardware options are there?

Thanks in advance
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Re: Regarding Transceiver design on GNUradio

PostAuthor: lrmodesar » Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:35 am

Hi amit,

I was studying GNU Radio and trying to use it for reciever alone using rtlsdr. Frankly, i have not used it seriously. However i am using gqrx with rtlsdr for listening. I am interested in learning alongside and thank you very much for posting about it and providing details about the req. hardware.
I will keep you posted if i came to know TXRX design.
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Re: Regarding Transceiver design on GNUradio

PostAuthor: Admin » Tue Feb 10, 2015 11:51 am

Gqrx is also using GNU radio library modules it seems. You can also use quisk. it can be used for TX also... bit difficult to configure

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