Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of Hardware/rf-front-end


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May 18, 2020, 7:12:07 PM (11 months ago)
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    1010=== Transmit (TX) Chains
    11 There are 2 user configurable transmit (TX) chains connected to the USRPs. Each TX chain has a power amplifier (PA) providing +30 dB of gain across 2-8 GHz with a maximum output power of +30 dBm ([attachment:ZVE-8G+.pdf see datasheet for more details]). There are several bands available for the TX chains (prior approval required for use of certain bands). Currently only one band can be selected for use across both TX chains.
     11There are 2 user configurable transmit (TX) chains connected to the USRPs. Each TX chain has a power amplifier (PA) providing +30 dB of gain across 2-8 GHz with a maximum output power of +30 dBm ([attachment:ZVE-8G+.pdf see datasheet for more details]). There are several bands available for the TX chains (prior approval required for use of certain bands). Currently only one band can be selected for use across both TX chains. The allowed transmit frequency bands are detailed on the [wiki:PoliciesCompliance#OutdoorRadioFrequencyAllocation] page.
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    13 ||='''Allowed Frequency Bands (MHz)'''=||
    14 ||  2400 - 2483  ||
    15 ||  2500 - 2690  ||
    16 ||  3700 - 4200  ||
    17 ||  5170 - 5250  ||
    18 ||  5735 - 5815  ||
    19 ||  5850 - 5925  ||
    2013The TX chains are user configurable for connection to either the USRP N310 or the USRP 2974. It is possible to have both chains connected to one USRP or one chain per USRP as follows:
    2114||='''Antenna 1'''=||='''Antenna 3'''=||