Is there any document / guide or any example explaining how to do streaming through Windows Media Player using USRP.
Unfortunately we do not have any examples that I can find. If you do figure out how to do this it would be great if you could post the answer to our Community site so that the next time someone is looking for this they will have a starting place https://decibel.ni.com/content/blogs/labview-examples.
I have been looking a bit more and have found a few examples that seem similar to what you are looking to do. Here is an example of video streaming using USRP RIO or FlexRIO https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-40747. I also found an example of doing wireless streaming of video https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-22728. Sorry I was unable to find these in my first post; I hope they help!
I have only USRP 2920. I do not RIO or FlexRIO. Does the example in the link (https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-40747) will work with USRP 2920 or not please confirm. And if answer is yes than what changes do i need to make in the design in order to make it work with USRP 2920. Or I do not need to make any changes in the design. Please guide.
Unfortunately the example that you linked is made for USRP 295X or 294X. Both of these devices have FPGA which is utilized in the example code that you are trying to use. Unfortunately your device (USRP 2920) does not have an FPGA so you will not be able to adapt this example to your device easily.
Does the example in the link (https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-40747) will work with NI 5781 adapter module having NI PXIe-7962R or not please confirm. And if answer is yes then what changes do i need to make in the design in order to make it work with NI 5781 adapter module having NI PXIe-7962R.
The example has not been tested with the PXIe-7962R and the NI 5781, so I can't say for sure whether it will work or not. I believe it will work, but the PXIe-7962R has a smaller FPGA than the PXIe-7975R and the NI 5781 has an update rate of 100 MS/s.
Therefore, you will need to reduce the Frequency control to be within specification of the hardware.