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Ettus Research USRPs

Ettus Research USRPs are ideal to prototype wireless communications, develop EW & SIGINT applications, and deploy wireless systems.

USRP B205mini-I

The USRP™ B205mini-i delivers a 1×1 SDR/cognitive radio in the size of a business card. With a wide frequency range from 70 MHz to 6 GHz and a user-programmable, industrial-grade Xilinx Spartan-6 XC6SLX150 FPGA, this flexible and compact platform is ideal for both hobbyist and OEM applications. The RF front end uses the Analog Devices AD9364 RFIC transceiver with 56 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth. The board is bus-powered by a high-speed USB 3.0 connection for streaming data to the host computer. The USRP B205mini-i also includes connectors for GPIO, JTAG, and synchronization with a 10 MHz clock reference or PPS time reference input signal. The USRP Hardware Driver™ (UHD) software API supports all USRP products and enables users to efficiently develop applications then seamlessly transition designs between platforms as requirements expand.

USRP B210 (Board Only)

The USRP B210 provides a fully integrated, single-board, Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP™) platform with continuous frequency coverage from 70 MHz – 6 GHz.


The USRP E310 offers a portable stand-alone SDR platform designed for field deployment.


The NI Ettus USRP X410 is a high-performance, multi-channel, Zynq US+ RFSoC based software defined radio (SDR) for designing and deploying next generation wireless systems.


The USRP N321 is a networked software defined radio that provides reliability and fault-tolerance for deployment in large-scale and distributed wireless systems. This device 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 N321 is an all-in-one device that includes the Zynq-7100 SoC baseband processor, two SFP+ ports, a QSFP+ port, a built-in GPSDO module, and various other peripheral and synchronization features.