Open, Programmable, and Virtualized 5G Networks

SDR support for Open Source Radio Units

This page lists the SDR platforms that can be used as radio units.

USRP B205mini-i Manufacturer: NI Number of TX/RX channels: 1 Frequency range: 70 MHz6 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 56 MHz Supported RAN software: srsLTE Target application: DAS node
USRP B210 Manufacturer: NI Number of TX/RX channels: 2 Frequency range: 70 MHz6 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 56 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell
USRP N310 Manufacturer: NI Number of TX/RX channels: 4 Frequency range: 10 MHz6 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 100 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI Target application: DAS node, small cell, cell tower, rooftop
USRP X310 Manufacturer: NI Number of TX/RX channels: Up to 2 Frequency range: DC6 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 160 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell, cell tower
bladeRF Manufacturer: Nuand Number of TX/RX channels: 1 Frequency range: 300 MHz3.8 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 28 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell
bladeRF 2.0 micro Manufacturer: Nuand Number of TX/RX channels: 2 Frequency range: 47 MHz6 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 56 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell
LimeSDR Manufacturer: Lime Microsystems Number of TX/RX channels: 4 TX, 6 RX Frequency range: 100 kHz3.8 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 61.44 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell
Iris Manufacturer: Skylark Wireless Number of TX/RX channels: 2 Frequency range: 50 MHz3.8 GHz Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): 56 MHz Supported RAN software: OAI, srsLTE Target application: DAS node, small cell
Rapid.Space ORS Manufacturer: Rapid.Space, Libre Endowment Fund Number of TX/RX channels: Frequency range: Instantaneous bandwidth (up to): Supported RAN software: Target application: Rapid.space' ORS can be configured as an autonomous base station combining RRU, BBU and core network into a single, compact enclosure. This setup is ideal for private converged networks, defence or rescue missions. Models are available on differant radio frequency bands. It is designed to be orchestrated with SlapOS.