The B200 / B210 boards use the Analog Devices AD9361 RFIC https://www.ettus.com/product/details/UB200-KIT with continuous RF coverage from 70 MHz –6 GHz. This is a very interesting board, especially for satellite use.
September 28th, 2014 A B200 is at my home in Cornwall, works very well.
On Windows 10 the B200 was plugged in, using the Device Manager shown as Universal Serial Bus devices\WestBridge. When started for the first time it was updated automatically to show as Universal Serial Bus devices\USRP B200. The same logic applies whenever the B200 is power-cycled.
After plugging your shiny new board into your Windows PC you must run Zadig to install the WinUSB driver for this device (WinUSB already exists on your Windows PC). Zadig is found at http://zadig.akeo.ie/ . Your B200 / B210 must be shown as Westbridge, if not:
- Uninstall the device,
- Disconnect the device (unplug the USB3 cable),
- Shutdown and restart your computer,
- Plug the device back in and try again.
If you have a GPSDO connected you must connect an antenna and wait until it has synchronised (green LED next to the GPSDO indicates the fix).
Toshiba USB sleep-&-charge ports
A user - let's call him Mike - had to disable sleep-&-charge on his Toshiba laptop before the B200 could be detected.