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uhd_find_devices(1)		 User Commands		   uhd_find_devices(1)

NAME
       uhd_find_devices	- USRP Hardware	Driver Discovery Utility

DESCRIPTION
       Find UHD-supporting Ettus Research products attached by USB, network or
       embedded	configuration.

       The UHD package is the universal	hardware  driver  for  Ettus  Research
       products.  The goal is to provide a host	driver and API for current and
       future Ettus Research products. Users will  be  able  to	 use  the  UHD
       driver standalone or with 3rd party applications.

SYNOPSIS
       uhd_find_devices	[OPTIONS]

OPTIONS
       Device Address Arguments:
	      --args arg

       This help information:
	      --help

IDENTIFYING DEVICES
       Devices	are  addressed	through	 key/value string pairs.  These	string
       pairs can be used to narrow down	the search for a  specific  device  or
       group  of  devices.   Most UHD utility applications and examples	have a
       --args parameter	that takes a device address, where the device  address
       is expressed as a delimited string.  See	the documentation in types/de-
       vice_addr.hpp for reference.

       Every device has	several	ways of	identifying it on the host system.

   Identifying by hardware identifier
       All Ettus Research devices can be found through their  hardware	series
       identifier, which match to devices as follows:

       Argument	      |	 Device

       type=usrp1     |	 USRP1

       type=usrp2     |	 USRP2,	USRP N200, USRP	N210

       type=b100      |	 USRP B100

       type=b200      |	 USRP B200, USRP B210

       type=e3x0      |	 USRP E310

       type=x300      |	 USRP X300, USRP X310

       type=octoclock |	 OctoClock

   Identifying by serial number
       All  Ettus Research devices are given a unique serial number, which can
       be used to identify a device as follows:

       serial=12345678

   Identifying by IP address
       USRP2, USRP N200, USRP N210, USRP X300, USRP X310,  and	OctoClock  de-
       vices  connected	 to the	host machine can all be	found through their IP
       addresses, as follows:

       addr=192.168.10.2

   Identifying by name
       Users have the option of	giving their devices  short  names  using  the
       usrp_burn_mb_eeprom     and    octoclock_burn_eeprom    utilities    in
       lib/uhd/utils. Devices that have	been given a name can be identified as
       follows:

       name=foo

EXAMPLES
   Device discovery via	command	line
       Device  address	arguments  can	be supplied to narrow the scope	of the
       search.

       uhd_find_devices	--args="type=usrp1"

       -- OR --

       uhd_find_devices	--args="serial=12345678"

       Find all	devices	available to this system:
	      uhd_find_devices

SEE ALSO
       UHD documentation: http://files.ettus.com/manual/

       GR-UHD documentation: http://gnuradio.org/doc/doxygen/page_uhd.html

       Other UHD programs:

       uhd_usrp_probe(1)

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Maitland	Bottoms	 and  Nicholas	Corgan
       for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2010 Ettus	Research LLC

       This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published  by  the
       Free  Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

       This program is distributed in the hope that it	will  be  useful,  but
       WITHOUT	ANY  WARRANTY;	without	 even  the  implied  warranty  of MER-
       CHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR	PURPOSE.  See the GNU  General
       Public License for more details.

UHD				     3.7.0		   uhd_find_devices(1)

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