Before transmitting and receiving radio signals, first apply radio hardware parameters and tune radio properties.
|Capture RF signal data using USRP radio (Since R2023b)
|Set IP address for USRP N2xx or X3xx series radio
|USRP radio information
|Lock status of USRP radio to 10 MHz clock signal (Since R2021a)
|Lock status of GPSDO to GPS constellation (Since R2021a)
|Get current USRP radio time (Since R2023b)
- USRP Radio Configuration
Determine which USRP™ radio products to use.
- Single Channel Input and Output Operations
Single input single output (SISO) operations use one transceiver only.
- Multiple Channel Input and Output Operations
Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) operations use multiple transceiver chains.
- Transmit and Receive Using External Clock
An external clock enables you to synchronize the radio with an external clock generator.
- Check USRP Radio Connection
Check radio connection to SDRu blocks and System objects.
- Run in Offline Mode
Running simulations when no radio is connected.
- Query and Set IP Addresses
You can query and set IP address of connected radios.
- Detect Underruns and Overruns
To detect underruns and overruns, use the lost sample indicator.
- Burst-Mode Buffering
To achieve real time performance, enable burst mode.
- Data Frame Lengths
Set data frame length in receiver blocks or receiver System objects.
- Change Transport Data Rate
Set the transport data rate in blocks or System objects.
- Desired Versus Actual Parameter Values
Actual parameter values can vary from your desired setting.
- Supported Data Types
Supported data types for SDRu blocks and System objects.
Describes the most common errors encountered with Communications Toolbox™ Support Package for USRP Radio and how to fix them.