Is that 61.44MHz also common between RX and TX ?
background info (From page 5 and 6 of the LimeSDR v1.4 schematic)
TX1_1 and TX2_1 optimal performance 30 MHz <-> 1.9 GHz
TX1_2 and TX2_2 optimal performance 2 GHz <-> 2.6 GHz
RX1_L and RX2_L optimal performance 700 MHz <-> 900 MHz
RX1_H and RX2_H optimal performance 2 GHz <-> 2.6 GHz
RX1_W and RX2_W optimal performance 700 MHz <-> 2.6 GHz
To simplify my question I will just assume that the antennas are connected to ports that support 2.4 GHz and call them RX1, RX2, TX1 and TX2.
So what I’m asking is if TX1 is tuned to say 2450 MHz, then TX2 must be within 61.44MHz of 2450 MHz ?
And is the same concurrently true for the two RX channels RX1 and RX2 ? That they must also be within the same 61.44MHz of 2450 MHz ?
And I’m not asking about the LMS7002M chip, I’m asking specifically about the LimeSDR. Because just because the chip can do something does not mean that it is allowed to with the default hardware configuration shipped within the LimeSDR.