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> In some past post of the ML, I've read that someone was trying to get > the GSM 10MHz clock reference from the motorola phones. > This aimed at feeding usrp with a stable reference, if I'm not wrong. > Anything new this side? This would be extremely useful if GPS signal > can't be got but GSM cell can. 1) It's not 10 MHz but 26 MHz 2) Yes it works, but you can't feed the USRP directly, you need to multiply it by 2 (using a PLL chip) to get 52 MHz for the USRP. Cheers, Sylvain