[per.zetterberg at ee.kth.se: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Considerations for new hardware in gnuradio]

cristian paul peñaranda rojas paul at kristianpaul.org
Tue Mar 30 09:39:26 EDT 2010

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Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 11:29:36 +0200
From: Per Zetterberg <per.zetterberg at ee.kth.se>
To: George Nychis <gnychis at cmu.edu>
Cc: cristian paul peñaranda rojas <paul at kristianpaul.org>,
	developer at lists.qi-hardware.com, discuss-gnuradio at gnu.org
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Considerations for new hardware in gnuradio
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Hi All,

If we had an fpga image that allowed us to store samples on the USRP2
that would be very benefitial, at least for me. Then one could test
algorithms with 100MHz sample-rate. Yes, it would not be possible to
use the channel continously. Receiving 1ms of samples would take 4ms
to upload. However, using the time-stamp functionality one can
synchronize nodes to transmit and receive at the same time and thereby
enable testing e.g. interference rejection algorithms.


Quoting George Nychis <gnychis at cmu.edu>:

> Short but sweet response.  It would be great to have a SDR hardware board
> that works with GNU Radio that has a very, very, low latency connection to
> the host, like PCI express.  Similar to the Microsoft Research SDR
> (previously named SORA).  That would be great and open up possibilities of
> low latency MAC protocol implementations.
> Just sayin'!
> - George

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