BladeRF 2.0 micro xA4/xA9 has a receive / transmit frequency in SDR from 47 MHz to 6 GHz, with a sampling frequency of 56 MHz (61.44 MHz maximum) and a 2×2 MIMO broadcast.
Works with the libbladeRF library, the bladeRF 2.0 mini is compatible with GNURadio, GQRX, SDR-Radio, SDR#, gr-phosphor, SoapySDR, etc. under Windows, Linux and macOS.
The xA4 features a 49KLE Intel Cyclone V FPGA including 38KLE freely programmable. The xA9 includes the larger FPGA at this time with 301KLE, including the programmable 294KLE.
PLL card allows the micro bladeRF 2.0 to drive VCTCXO MEMS on a 10 MHz reference signal.
Supplied with: bladeRF 2.0 mini xA4 or xA9 to choose below, (Intel 49KLE FPGA Cyclone V) or xA9 (301KLE), USB 3.0 SS cable, 2 SMA cables.
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