Can BeagleBoard-Xm connect to GNU Radio USRP2

Hello,

I want to know if Beagle Board- Xm can connect to GNU Radio USRP2.

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now XM has
100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?

Thanks

Zhen

Hanks wrote:

Hello,

I want to know if Beagle Board- Xm can connect to GNU Radio USRP2.

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now XM has
100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?

yes (as far as connecting 100 to 1000 is concerned)

Anothers options is connect USRP2 and BeagleBoard by I2C or SPI.

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Hanks wrote:

Hello,

I want to know if Beagle Board- Xm can connect to GNU Radio USRP2.

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now XM has
100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?

yes (as far as connecting 100 to 1000 is concerned)

Do you know of any Gig-E hw for teh Beagle? USRP2 is Gig-E only.

Philip

Philip Balister wrote:

Philip Balister <philip.balister@gmail.com> [2010-10-13 11:27:47]:

Philip Balister <philip.balister@gmail.com> [2010-10-13 11:27:47]:

>> I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now XM has
>> 100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?
>
> yes (as far as connecting 100 to 1000 is concerned)

Do you know of any Gig-E hw for teh Beagle? USRP2 is Gig-E only.

I think, that you can connect XM and USRP2 via some 100/1000 switch easily. Or
am I mistaken?

Try it and let us know :slight_smile: Threre seems to be some controversy.

Philip

What about those "gbit" usb dongles?

regards,

Koen

Philip Balister <philip.balister@gmail.com> [2010-10-13 11:27:47]:

I know Beagle-board can connect to USRP by USB connection. Now XM has
100M Ethernet, and USPP2 uses 1000M Ethernet, can they work together?

yes (as far as connecting 100 to 1000 is concerned)

Do you know of any Gig-E hw for teh Beagle? USRP2 is Gig-E only.

I think, that you can connect XM and USRP2 via some 100/1000 switch easily. Or
am I mistaken?

Try it and let us know :slight_smile: Threre seems to be some controversy.

What about those "gbit" usb dongles?

Try it and let us know :slight_smile: Threre seems to be some controversy

Philip :slight_smile:

And be aware that as USRP2 allows you to control the RF protocol at the “bit level”, so 10MBbps could be ok, or 100Mbps, or maybe 500Mbps? - The true, IMHO, is that this will depend on which RF signal and protocol you want to implement.

Rafael