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LimeSDR

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Elad FDM-S2

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DXpatrol

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ANAN 8000DLE

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Andrus

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SDR-IQ

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SDRPlay RSP

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Perseus

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NetSDR

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HackRF One

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FUNcube

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FiFi-SDR

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FDM-S1

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Ettus N210

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bladeRF

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ANAN 10e

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Afredi

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Airspy

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AirSpy-Mini

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SDR-4+

About

This software supports radios from many manufacturers, all currently supported radios are shown here.

Transmit support may happen in Q3/Q4 2015 starting with the ANAN-10e, whether this actually happens depends on workload.

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Configuration

Additional configuration information is available for:

Up & Down Converters

The necessary frequency correction support for up-converters and down-converters is selected from the  Radio Definitions window. Check the [_] Converter selection option, them press Edit to display the Converter Definitions window. Use this window to define down-converter and up-converter offsets. You now select a predefined offset when starting your radio.

An example of a down-converter receives signals in the range 88 to 108 MHz and outputs the same signals in the range 8 to 28 MHz, that is 80 MHz lower.

An example of an up-converter receives signals in the range 1 to 30 MHz and outputs these same signals in the range 151 to 180 MHz, that is 150 MHz higher.

Simply enter the frequency difference and select down-converter or up-converter.

Supported Radios

Manufacturer Model Status
Afedri Afedri SDR  
Airspy Airspy  Also supports the Airspy Server (Preview 6 required)
ANAN ANAN 10e Q3/Q4 (RX)
Andrus SDR 1.5  
Cross Country Wireless SDR-4+ USB soundcard
DXpatrol DXpatrol Supported, see RTL Dongles
ELAD FDM-S1, FDM-S2  
Ettus Research B200 Other radios from Ettus Research may also work
Great Scott Gadgets hackRF  
Hanlincrest Ltd. FUNcube, FUNcube Plus  
Lime Microsystems
 LimeSDR Under active and enthusiastic development 
microTelecom Perseus  
NUAND bladeRF  
RFspace SDR-IQ, SDR-IP, NetSDR  
RTL Dongles  Many different For sale on eBay
SDRPlay RSP  
Softrock Many different  Examples are Tony Parks (KB9YIG), FiFi, Cross Country Wireless and many more.
GPS Clock

If your SDR hardware supports am external reference clock (used for absolute frequency accuracy) then I recommend the Precision Frequency Reference from Leo Bodnar electronics.

  • Very low current draw, ~ 35ma, so good for the environment
  • Doesn't get hot like a rubidium standard
  • Two outputs - great for those who have a SDR collection
  • Low phase noise option
  • Comes with a small magnetic antenna on ~ 3m of cable
  • Really is plug and play.

Every serious SDR owner should have one - FACT!

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