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 * Maximum bandwidth: 20 MHz (but in practice less than 20 MHz are usable without loss of samples due to either the gigabit ethernet connectivity or the computing power of the signal processing computer) * Maximum bandwidth: 20 MHz (but in practice less than 20 MHz are usable without loss of samples due to either the gigabit ethernet connectivity or the computing power of the signal processing computer)
 * Full-duplex TX and RX chains. There are antennas connected to the ''TX/RX'' and ''RX2'' ports of all USRPs. In the case the ''TX/RX'' ports are used, then only half-duplex is supported * Full-duplex TX and RX chains. There are antennas connected to the ''TX/RX'' and ''RX2'' ports of all USRPs. In the case the ''TX/RX'' ports are used, then only half-duplex is supported
-* Synchronization: All USRPs are connected to a stack of octoclocks and can be configured to work in synchronized mode by selecting ''external clock source'' in the USRP sink or source configuration.+* Synchronization: All USRPs are connected to a stack of octoclocks (see below for more info) and can be configured to work in synchronized mode by selecting ''external clock source'' in the USRP sink or source configuration.
  
 For more details refer to the [[http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/375988d.pdf|specifications page at NI]]. For more details refer to the [[http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/375988d.pdf|specifications page at NI]].
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