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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)
- Spectrafold Technologies
TagsAlinco Analog AOR C. Crane County Comm Degen Degen DE008 Digital Radio Mondial DRM DSP Eton Grundig Icom IZT Labs Kaito Kchibo Made in Australia Made in Germany Made In Japan Made in USA MP3 Portable Portables Quantum Quantum Shortwave Radio Radio Kits RDS RFspace Sangean SDR Self-Powered Shortwave Portables Shortwave Radio Kits Shortwave Radios Si4734 SiLabs Si4734 Silicon Labs Silicon Labs Si4734 Software-Defined Radio Software-Defined Radios Sony Tecsun Ten-Tec Ultralight Winradio
- A follow-up review of the PK Loop C-LOOP-HDSW6-18 antenna
- Dan spots an Icom IC-R71A in Narcos
- Going By the Numbers
- Looking under the hood: Comparing the XHDATA D-808 and Digitech AR-1780
- Radio Deal: C. Crane CCRadio 2 at NPR Shop
- Want a gorgeous 1940 RCA 50 kW shortwave transmitter from the RCI Sackville station?
- XHDATA D-808: A Shortwave Comparison Against Four Other Portables
- A review of the Sangean HDR-16 AM/FM HD Radio
- Mark recommends the Otterbox 3000 as a robust case for the XHDATA D-808
- The Ham Station is closing shop
Tag Archives: RFspace
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
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