PandwaRF, is a portable low-power RF device that captures, analyses and re-transmits RF signals via an Android device or a Linux PC. It uses Bluetooth (BLE) or USB connection to transmit data in a simple and fast way, comes in the form of a controllable housing from a smartphone or a computer.
This pocket-size device operates at sub-1 GHz range, and it replaced the ‘standard SDR Grind’ of capturing, demodulating, analyzing, modifying and replaying by hand with a simple powerful interface.
Technical details of the PandwaRF:
- Bluetooth Smart Module ISP130301, based on nRF51
- CC1111 Low-Power SoC with Sub-1 GHz RF Transceiver
- Multi frequencies (from 300 MHz to 928 MHz)
- Multi modulation (ASK/OOK/MSK/2-FSK/GFSK)
- Transmit and receive in half duplex mode
- Support data rates up to 500 kBaud
- Open hardware
- Full speed USB: 12 Mbps (Linux or Android)
- Bluetooth Smart 4.0 (Android/iOS)
- USB charging & battery powered
- 4 buttons to assign codes
- 4 Status LEDs
- 16 Mbit Flash Memory to save custom RF protocols
- Rechargeable battery powered for stand-alone operation
- Battery fuel gauge
- RX amplifier for improved sensitivity: +13dB from 300MHz-1GHz
- TX amplifier for higher output power: +20dB @ 433MHz & +17dB @ 900MHz
- SMA connector for external antenna
- Antenna port power control for external LNA
- 22-pin expansion and programming header
- Included: Battery and injection molded plastic enclosure
The device is available in three options, the Bare version is about $120 and comes without housing and without battery, the standard version is about $142 with battery and black case, in addition the extended version with enhanced features.
You can reach more information and order your PandwaRF on the official website.