XTRX

by Fairwaves

The first ever truly embedded SDR

View all updates Sep 16, 2019

GNU Radio Conference, New XCOM and XYNC Campaigns, and Details on RF Bandwidth and Sample Rate

New Campaigns: XCOM and XYNC

We’ve just pre-launched two new crowdfunding campaigns born out of our experience with XTRX:

  • XCOM: A compact, embedded x86 platform for SDR and other applications. Designed for Fairwaves own cellular base stations, it fuses all the experience we've gained about building rugged embedded systems.
  • XYNC: The ultimate low-cost massive MIMO SDR, with up to 32x32 transmit/receive channels. Known as "Octopack" during the original XTRX campaign, it was so popular, we decided to graduate it into a separate product line.

Subscribe to both projects to find out when they launch and stay updated. Also, please let us know your feedback and questions!

GNU Radio Conference 2019

If you’re attending GNU Radio Conference this week in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, please find our CTO Alexander Chemeris to ask questions and see XCOM samples. If you’ve used XTRX, we would appreciate your feedback.

RF Bandwidth and Sample Rate Explanation

We often get these questions, so we decided to add sections about XTRX RF bandwidth and sampling rate and throughput limits. Check it out if you’re wondering what affects these values and their limits.


$385,394 raised

of $90,000 goal

428% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$599

XTRX Pro

Get an XTRX Pro board. Does not include any cables, antennas, or adapter boards.


$850

XTRX Pro Starter Bundle

Get an XTRX Pro board as well as an Antennas + Cables set, a PCIe x2 Lite Adapter, and a USB 3 Adapter with Aluminum Enclosure (see below and main text for details). Also comes with four extra U.FL-to-U.FL cables and four extra U.FL-to-SMA-male cables.


$59

Antennas + Cables

A full complement of cables and antennas for your XTRX, including four RF antennas (95 mm, 2 dBi, SMA male, GSM/3G/LTE 880 - 960 MHz, 1710 - 1990 MHz), one GPS antenna, and five cables.

Credits

Fairwaves

We are a vertically integrated vendor of cellular equipment focused on the needs of emerging markets. We are developing, manufacturing, deploying, and operating turn-key cellular network solutions including radio equipment, towers, power and backhaul all the way to a core network and SS7 interconnect. Our team has been building software-defined radios and systems based on them since 2009 and is well known for its ClockTamer, UmTRX, and UmSITE products.


Alexander Chemeris

CTO

Sergey Kostanbaev

Software & Firmware Development

Andrey Sviyazov

Hardware Design

Albert Gardiner

CEO

Andrey Bakhmat

Marketing

Andy Avtushenko

Manufacturing

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