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university:tools:pluto:users:intro [01 Nov 2016 18:25]
Robin Getz more info
university:tools:pluto:users:intro [17 Sep 2020 15:12]
Iulia Moldovan
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     * 300 MHz - 3.8 GHz      * 300 MHz - 3.8 GHz 
     * 200 kHz - 20 MHz channel bandwidth     * 200 kHz - 20 MHz channel bandwidth
-  * USB which for your host connectivity (used to stream data). +  * USB for your host connectivity (used to stream data) 
-    * USB 2 (480 Mbits/seconds)+    * USB 2 (480 Mbits/second)
     * libiio USB device for communicating to the RF device     * libiio USB device for communicating to the RF device
     * Network device     * Network device
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     * USB serial device     * USB serial device
       * provides access to the Linux console on the Pluto device via USB Communication Device Class Abstract Control Model ([[wp>​USB_communications_device_class|USB CDC ACM]]) specification       * provides access to the Linux console on the Pluto device via USB Communication Device Class Abstract Control Model ([[wp>​USB_communications_device_class|USB CDC ACM]]) specification
-    * Mass Storage Device :  ​this will appear to the host as a disk, where you can find links for software uploads, and the serial number of the device. +    * Mass storage device 
-  * External ​Power. +      * this will appear to the host as a disk, where you can find links for software uploads, and the serial number of the device. 
-    * It was a possibility during the design of Pluto that the design could have consumed more than 5 unit loads for [[wp>​USB#​Power|USB 2]] (500mA), and a "​backup"​ power connector was added to mitigate this. This should not be necessary for nominal use, (we haven'​t needed it yet) but if you find the device is power cycling, or your host reports ​problem (Please ​let us know, we have not seen this): +  * External ​power 
-    * an external adapter (like [[https://​www.adafruit.com/​products/​1995?​gclid=CjwKEAjwjqO_BRDribyJpc_mzHgSJABdnsFWlRs2FrqbAVZt9erVQDN6LakvKxmYjiLjTHKe_7ZqVxoCPu3w_wcB|this one from Adafruit]]).+    * It was a possibility during the design of Pluto that the design could have consumed more than 5 unit loads for [[wp>​USB#​Power|USB 2]] (500mA), and a "​backup"​ power connector was added to mitigate this. This should not be necessary for nominal use, (we haven'​t needed it yet) but if you find the device is power cycling, or your host reports ​problems, please ​let us know, we have not seen this. 
 +    * An external adapter (like [[https://​www.adafruit.com/​products/​1995?​gclid=CjwKEAjwjqO_BRDribyJpc_mzHgSJABdnsFWlRs2FrqbAVZt9erVQDN6LakvKxmYjiLjTHKe_7ZqVxoCPu3w_wcB|this one from Adafruit]]).
     * We know the "​Power"​ icon is the "​on/​off"​ icon, if you think that is confusing - please let us know.     * We know the "​Power"​ icon is the "​on/​off"​ icon, if you think that is confusing - please let us know.
  
university/tools/pluto/users/intro.txt · Last modified: 17 Sep 2020 15:12 by Iulia Moldovan