Is there a similar SDR, like the ADALM-PLUTO but AD9364 based, not AD9363 as ADALM-PLUTO SDR? The AD9363 325 to 3800Mhz coverage is insufficient for some applications. The AD9364 coverage 70 to 6000 Mhz is much better in this sense.
Thank you, Travis.
Because Pluto (after firmware upgrade)can do 56Mhz bandwidth - I will buy two Pluto boards for evaluation.
"Logistical" question: I tried to order it at
It says it can be ordered only after Nov 3, 2017.
I understand this my question is probably not to you, but just in case you know: can Pluto board be ordered earlier than that?
Nov 3 is the estimated availability, this is due to high demand. Pluto's are sold out everywhere and we only have a few internally too. More are being made though
I would recommend placing an order now. That will be a way to get them the earliest.
I purchase a plutosdr today and when I trying to increase the bandwidth using step-1 (Updating to the AD9364).
After all the steps are successfully executed as mentioned above I am trying to set the RX LO frequency of 100 MHz in IIO Oscilloscope. But it does not allow me to do so and it goes to frequency of 500 MHz (which was set earlier).
When I logged in to Pluto it is showing v0.30.
For my application I have to work on lower frequencies.
Can you provide the output of "iio_attr -a -C" from the command line after rebooting the radio?
Also, I will note that Pluto is not guaranteed to work outside datasheet specifications. If you absolutely have to work below 325 MHz buy a board with a AD9364 or AD9361.