RFspace SDR-14

The RFspace SDR-14 software defined receiver

The SDR-14™ is a 14-bit software defined radio receiver. It offers a broad range of spectrum analyzer and demodulation capabilities.


  • Maximum display bandwidth of 30 MHz at a 254 HZ RBW.
  • Records and plays back spectrum segments up to 196 KHz wide with full demodulation and tuning capabilities.
  • Extremely high resolution with RBW as low as 31 mHz (milli Hz)
  • Fully documented interface and ActiveX control.
  • Drivers for Linux and Windows.
  • Network server application for Linux and Windows. Allows remote use of the radio across high speed internet.
  • Reliable SpectraVue software with free upgrades.
  • Included example source code for spectrum analysis application.
  • Directly interfaces with Icom, Kenwood, Elecraft and Yaesu radios for use as a tracking panoramic adapter.
  • Optional hardware gate option for synchronization of captures. (Pulsar Astronomy, Loran, Sonar, Radar)
  • Supports AM, FN, NFM, WFM, LSB, USB, CW, CWR, DSB, DRM and customs demod filters / offsets.
  • Outputs data in I/Q Wave Format, Excel and graphic formats with resolutions as wide as 262144 pixels.
  • Comes with software, power supply, manual and USB cable.


  • Manufacturer’s Product Page – RFspace SDR-14
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  • Retailers:
    • Universal Radio
    • RFspace
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