SDR(X) Software Defined Radio

SDR(X) Software Defined Radio 100KHz to 1850MHz

Features:

  • Fully assembled and ready to use
  • Uses RTL2832U+R820T chip set
  • Receiver modes AM, NFM, FM, DSB, USB, LSB and CW
  • 100KHz to 1850MHz, operating frequency
  • Covers all HF amateur bands
  • Covers VHF & UHF bands from 24-1850MHz
  • Note: depends upon the SDR software used with the receiver

 

Specifications

  • Four user selectable RF pre-selectors 0-2MHz, 2-6MHz, 6-11MHz and 11-30MHz for HF bands
  • Local oscillator frequency 125.0000 MHz - with its own filter network
  • Diode protection on RF input
  • On-board fuse to protect your PC and SDR from short circuits
  • Antenna connection using standard female SMA (50 Ohm)
  • Powered by common USB
  • Aluminium enclosure with silk screened panels
  • PCB - High-quality 2-layer PCB with 4 mounting holes
  • PCB size 100mm x 72mm
  • UK Designed and Manufactured by 6V6 Company
Operating the unit is very simple:
  • Install your favourite SDR software
  • Set the frequency offset to -125.000MHz
  • Connect your antenna to the RF input
  • Connect your SDR board to your PC using a USB typecable
Software:

The following software is open-source and freely available for download, we do not recommend any particular package, but we do use SDR# ourselves!

  • SDR# - http://sdrsharp.com see alsohttp://rtlsdr.org/softwarewindows
  • HDSDR - http://www.hdsdr.de
  • Other - http://www.rtl-sdr.com/big-list-rtl-sdr-supported-software
General:

Please research the topic of Software Defined Radio (aka SDR) before buying this product and make sure you have all the information, software and skills required to use the device.

We do not include any SDR software with this board, because there is a huge selection of public domain software already available, and new software is released all the time. Everybody will have there own favourite SDR software such as HDSDR, SDR# etc.

Each board is tested prior to shipping using the SDR# software package.

Note: We do not provide support for whichever SDR software, you decide to use.

If you are new to SDR (Software Defined Radio) then Google the internet, there is a huge body of information on the subject.

All specifications subject to change without notice