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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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