2. Maximum signal bandwidth includes： 40 MHz 、 120 MHz
3. It delivers 100 mW of output power and 5dB of noise figure. The local oscillator can be used for receiving and transmitting channels, and can also be used for dual-band operation.
5. Typical applications include WIFI, WIMAX, S-band transceivers and 2.4GHz ISM band transceivers
The SBX-LW-40 is a high-bandwidth transceiver that provides up to 100mW of power output with a noise figure of 5 dB. The local oscillator's receive and transmit chains operate independently, allowing dual-band operation. The SBX-LW provides MIMO functionality. For those who want to access a wide range of applications from 400 MHz to 4400 MHz, the SBX-LW is the ideal SDR device. Applications include WiFi, WiMAX, S-band transceivers and 2.4 GHz ISM band transceivers.
Test SBX-LW 40M
Test environment description: R&S company equipment is used for testing, the model is ZVL. The test equipments are USRP-LW X310 and SBX-LW 40M. The two devices are connected by radio frequency cable directly.
Test environment diagram:
Open-loop transmitter test connection diagram:
Closed-loop Spontaneous Receiving Test Connection Diagram:
Open-loop and closed-loop test data based on GNURADIO COMPANION:
GNURADIO COMPANION test block diagram:
1. Carrier suppression and Image Reject Test:
Central frequency 2.4 GHz, baseband signal frequency 10 kHz, GAIN 9dB
Central frequency 2.4 GHz, Maximum Output Graphics:
Central Frequency 2GHz, Closed Loop Transceiver Test Spectrum and Time Domain Graphics
2. Carrier suppression and Image Reject Test:
Central frequency 3GHz, baseband signal frequency 10kHz, GAIN 9dB
Central frequency 3GHz, Maximum Output Graphics:
Central Frequency 3GHz, Closed-Loop Transceiver Test Spectrum and Time-Domain Graphics
3. Carrier suppression and Image Reject Test:
Central frequency 4 GHz, baseband signal frequency 10 kHz, GAIN 9 dB