Lab 1: Introduction to the USRP

The purpose of this introductory laboratory exercise is to ensure that students have a working installation of LabVIEW Communications on their computers and know how to connect to the USRP software defined radio.
by Dr. Bruce Black | Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
This is lab 1 of 12 in the course, Introductory Communications Systems.

STUDENT MATERIALS


PDF Lab Manual, LabVIEW Code
 

INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES


Solution LabVIEW Code
 

SKILLS REQUIRED

 
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