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- C Crane
- County Comm
- Cross Country Wireless
- IZT Labs
- Lazy Dog Engineering
- Made in Australia
- Made in Germany
- Made in Indonesia
- Made in Italy
- Made In Japan
- Made in the UK
- Made in USA
- Midnight Science
- PC controlled
- Ramsey Electronics
- Rohde & Schwarz
- Software-Defined Radios (SDR)
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The NetSDR radio is a high performance networked SDR with 1.6 MHz bandwidth. The NetSDR uses a high performance 80 MHz, 16 bit ADC with both dithering and randomization for best performance. The output I/Q bandwidth is configurable via software. … Continue reading
The SDR-IP is an internet protocol (TCP/IP), high-performance, software defined receiver with 1.8 MHz bandwidth. It offers versatility for scientific research, radio astronomy, shortwave listening and amateur radio. Specs: Frequency Range: 0.01 – 34 MHz * Digital Down Converter: Xilinx … Continue reading
The SDR-14™ is a 14-bit software defined radio receiver. It offers a broad range of spectrum analyzer and demodulation capabilities. Specs: Maximum display bandwidth of 30 MHz at a 254 HZ RBW. Records and plays back spectrum segments up to … Continue reading