• Acronym: KUL Full Duplex Enhanced SDR
  • Short description: In-band full duplex enhanced communication SDRs for reliable high-throughput communication
  • Main features:
    • Equipped with analog self-interference canceller for 40-55dB Tx-Rx isolation at RF
    • Open code digital self-interference canceller running on FPGA
    • Including real-time signal collision detection block for CSMA/CD MAC protocol
    • Including two run-time programmable Miroblazes for high-level MAC and RF self-interference cancelation tuning
  • Conceptual figure:


  • Hardware platforms on which functionality is supported:
    • NI USRP 2952, 2953 and 2943
    • Analog self-interference canceller module
  • Testbeds where the functionality can be used: KU Leuven IBFD testbed
  • Supporting partner: KU Leuven ([email protected])
  • Usage policies for accessing software & licensing terms:
    The software for this functionality is owned by KU Leuven and will be made available as open source software free of charge for Experiments in the context of the ORCA project at least until the end of the ORCA project [June 2020). For use of the software outside or beyond the ORCA project, please contact the software owner ([email protected]) and the coordinator of the ORCA project (Ingrid Moerman, [email protected]).
    Publications and demonstrations resulting from the use of this software should clearly mention the usage of this functionality and the owner, and refer to the H2020 ORCA Project, even if the publication or demonstration takes place after the end of ORCA project.
  • Link to technical information: to access code, you need gitlab account and contact KUL