To be a bit more explicit: like the product page says, you **cannot**
use the UBX-160 in an N210. You need an X3x0 if you want to use that!
If you're however interested in smaller bandwidths that the N210 can
sample alias-free, yes, the UBX-40, or the other *BX daughterboards
would be an appropriate choice!
On Fri, 2018-02-09 at 15:48 -0500, Marcus D. Leech wrote:
> On 02/09/2018 03:44 PM, Tellrell White wrote:
> > Hello
> > I'm currently using the N210 with the UBX-160 daughterboard and the
> > link below says the analog bandwidth is 160 MHZ. So, I'm assuming
> > this BW isn't changeable so what do I put for the channel BW within
> > the UHD block within GNU Radio?
> > https://kb.ettus.com/About_USRP_Bandwidths_and_Sampling_Rates
> > Tellrell White
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> The analog bandwidth on that card is fixed, so the bandwidth setting
> will have no effect. The UBX-40 would have been a better choice,
> given the
> 100Msps ADC rate on the N210.
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