Sending a 2MHz Baseband Signal using USRP and Simulink Block?

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What are the maximum frequency restraints for transmitting a complex sine wave using the SDRu TX/RX blocks in Simulink for USRP? I am trying to send a 2MHz sine wave but is distorted on the RX side. I am setting my sampling rate in the sin wave block and TX/RX blocks to uphold the Nyquist sampling theorem. I am using the USRP N210 and WBX-40 daughtercard.

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Arnav Mendiratta
Arnav Mendiratta on 13 Jun 2017
These blocks should be able to support frequencies in GHz range. Without your model, it's hard to figure out what the issue might be. Make sure you take care of your design as mentioned in the following discussion:
https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/227160-simulink-ettus-usrp-sdru-transmistter-receiver-blocks#comment_369986
If you are still facing issue, contact the engineers at MathWorks Technical Support .

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