DESCRIPTIONReport detailed information on UHD-supported Software Radio Peripherals attached by USB, network, or embedded configuration.
The UHD package is the universal hardware driver for Ettus Research products. The goal is to provide a host driver and API for current and future Ettus Research products. Users will be able to use the UHD driver standalone or with 3rd party applications.
Details include unit names, revision numbers, and available sensors on all attached USRP motherboards and daughterboards.
- Device Address Arguments:
- --args arg
- Print a complete property tree:
- Query a string value from the properties tree:
- --string arg
- Print the version string and exit:
- This help information:
IDENTIFYING USRP DEVICES
Devices are addressed through key/value string pairs. These string pairs can be used to narrow down the search for a specific device or group of devices. Most UHD utility applications and examples have a --args parameter that takes a device address, where the device address is expressed as a delimited string. See the documentation in types/device_addr.hpp for reference.
Every device has several ways of identifying it on the host system.
Identifying by hardware identifier
All USRP devices can be found through their hardware series identifier, which match to USRP devices as follows:
Argument | Device
type=usrp1 | USRP1
type=usrp2 | USRP2, USRP N200, USRP N210
type=b100 | USRP B100
type=b200 | USRP B200, USRP B210
type=e100 | USRP E100, USRP E110
type=e3x0 | USRP E310
type=x300 | USRP X300, USRP X310
Identifying by serial number
All USRP devices are given a unique serial number, which can be used to identify a device as follows:
Identifying by IP address
USRP2, USRP N200, USRP N210, USRP X300, and USRP X310 devices connected to the host machine can all be found through their IP addresses, as follows:
Identifying by name
Users have the option of giving their USRP devices short names using the usrp_burn_mb_eeprom utility in lib/uhd/utils. Devices that have been given a name can be identified as follows:
Device discovery via command line
Device address arguments can be supplied to narrow the scope of the search.
uhd_usrp_probe --args="type=usrp1" -- OR -- uhd_usrp_probe --args="serial=12345678"
- Find all devices available to this system:
AUTHORThis manual page was written by Maitland Bottoms and Nicholas Corgan for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
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