Hi all, Marcus,
Thanks for the answer, it was really useful. Now, I am trying to generate
the 10Mhz signal using a vector signal generator, but the signal is nor
really pure because the signal generator bandwidth is only 60MHz. Also, the
Vpp of the signal is 1.4 V, is it correct?
If someone can see the signal (in attached) and tell me if I can use it as
an external clock, it will be really helpful.
2018-04-05 16:34 GMT+02:00 Marcus D. Leech via USRP-users <
> On 04/05/2018 06:20 AM, ALEJANDRO BLANCO PIZARRO via USRP-users wrote:
>> Dear community,
>> I would like to add an external clock to two USRP in order to have the
>> same clock discarding possible synchronization issues. The desirable
>> frequency of the clock would be 184 MHz (compatible with LTE).
>> And I was wondering about what will be the possible solutions:
>> --> It is possible to use a sine signal with a desirable frequency as an
>> external clock? In this case what will the amplitude of the signal be?
>> Unfortunately, I do not have a PWM generator in order to use it as a clock.
>> --> It is possible to use another USRP as an external clock using a
>> transmit basic daughterboard ?
>> Thanks you so much in advance.
>> Best regards,
>> X310 supports an external clock already, via the 10MHz front-panel
> input. The master clock (which can be 184.32Mhz, to support LTE) is then
> from that. Just feed a 10Mhz clock to all your X310s.
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