Tag Archives: SDR

TitanSDR

The Enablia TitanSDR is a multi-channel HF receiver with parallel demodulation, recording and analysis of up to 40 simultaneous HF simultaneous emissions. According to Enablia, the TitanSDR is designed for homeland security and foreign intelligence (SIGINT and COMINT), military communications, … Continue reading

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FDM-S2

The Elad FDM-S2 is the latest software defined radio receiver from the Italian manufacturer, Elad. The FDM-S2 is a direct sampling receiver based on 122.88MHz, 16bit single channel ADC converter covering HF 6m and offering the possibility to exploit the … Continue reading

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Quadrus SDR

The Quadrus SDR is a new military-grade SDR with phase-coherent multi-channel capabilities with up to 16 channels, which means that it can be used for direction finding, diversity reception, as well as MIMO applications. While the Quadrus line is aimed squarely at government … Continue reading

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RFspace Cloud SDR

The CoudSDR is the latest offering by the US-based SDR manufacturer, RFspace. At time of posting, the CouldSDR is in beta testing, but expected to ship to consumers in 2015. The CouldSDR represents a step to make SDR over Internet much … Continue reading

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Cross Country Wireless SDR-4

The Cross Country Wireless SDR-4 is an affordable SDR (software defined radio)  covering the HF spectrum from 0.85 to 30 MHz. It features a Si570 low noise synthesised VFO, relay switched band pass filtering, a power FET RF amplifier and a built-in … Continue reading

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ELAD FDM-S1

The ELAD FDM-S1 is one of the first software defined radios to hit the market in 2012. According to the FDM-S1 retailer, WoodBoxRadio, units should start shipping in March 2012. Though very little is known about this receiver, the specifications … Continue reading

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SSB LAN-SDR

The SSB LAN-SDR represents the latest in SDR (Software Defined Receveir) design. What is unique about the SSB LAN-SDR is that it can be hooked up to a home network and used anywhere withing your house via your PC and … Continue reading

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Lazy Dog Engineering LD-1B2

The LD-1B a general-coverage, 100 kHz – 30 MHz, USB-controlled shortwave receiver. The LD-1B2 comes with an installed USB isolator, which improves the noise floor (and sensitivity) by about 6 dB over previous LD models. The LD-1B2 is manufactured by … Continue reading

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RFspace NetSDR

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

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RFspace SDR-IP

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

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