Wireless Testbench Support Package for NI USRP Radios
Test wideband wireless systems and perform spectrum monitoring
Updated 30 Mar 2023
The Wireless Testbench™ Support Package for NI™ USRP™ Radios enables you to connect and set up NI USRP radios for use in Wireless Testbench. This support package provides a USRP hardware driver (UHD) and prebuilt FPGA bitstreams that enable you to explore Wireless Testbench capabilities on supported NI USRP hardware.
Using this support package with NI USRP hardware, you can transmit and capture at sample rates up to 250 Msps, perform spectrum monitoring, and test wideband wireless systems using high-speed transmit and capture. You can also capture data at such rates and use it to train deep learning models for wireless applications.
The prebuilt FPGA bitstreams provide intelligent signal capture and hardware-based resampling that leverage the FPGA hardware to work with wireless standards on the NI USRP hardware, such as 5G, WLAN, and DVB-S2/S2X.
Wireless Testbench Support Package for NI™ USRP™ Radios provides support for these radios.
USRP Networked Series
- USRP N310
- USRP N320
- USRP N321
USRP X Series
- USRP X310 with UBX 160 daughterboard
- (The USRP X310 radio support also enables you to use the equivalent USRP NI–2944R and USRP NI–2954R radios with Wireless Testbench. For more information on how to convert these radios into an equivalent X310 radio, see Running UHD and GNU Radio on NI USRP-RIO on the hardware vendor website.)
- USRP X410
MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2022a
Compatible with R2022a to R2023a
Platform CompatibilityWindows macOS Linux
- Signal Processing >
- Wireless Communications > Communications Toolbox >
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