Ettus Research is proud to announce the USRP N310 software defined radio
(SDR). This SDR delivers reliability and fault-tolerance for deployment in
large-scale and distributed wireless systems. The USRP N310 simplifies
control and management of a network of radios by introducing the unique
capability to remotely perform tasks such as updating software, rebooting,
factory resetting, self-testing, host PC/ARM debugging, and monitoring
system health.

The USRP N310 is one of the highest channel density devices on the SDR
market, offering four RX and four TX channels in a half-wide RU form
factor. The RF front end uses two AD9371 transceivers, the latest RFIC
technology from Analog Devices. Each channel provides up to 100 MHz of
instantaneous bandwidth, and covers an extended frequency range from 10 MHz
to 6 GHz.

The baseband processor uses the Xilinx Zynq-7100 SoC to deliver a large
user programmable FPGA for real-time and low-latency processing and a
dual-core ARM CPU for stand-alone operation. Users can deploy applications
directly onto the pre-installed embedded Linux operating system or stream
samples to a host computer using high-speed interfaces such as 1 Gigabit
Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, and Aurora over dual SFP+ ports.

The open source USRP Hardware Driver™ (UHD) API and RF Network-on-Chip
(RFNoC™) FPGA development framework reduce software development effort and
integrate with a variety of industry-standard tools such as GNU Radio.
Users can rapidly prototype and reliably deploy designs for a variety of
SDR applications such as wireless testbed, remote radio head, spectrum
monitoring, and more.
For more information, visit the USRP N310
<> product page or contact

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Wan Liu
Product Manager, Software Defined Radio
Ettus Research
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