Software Defined Radio IC Decap
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Software Defined Radio IC Decap

Software Defined Radio teardown: R820/RTL2832U Decap Recently there has been much interest in two integrated circuit which were originally designed to receive FM radio and DVB-T TV (as used in Europe). Some enterprising people quickly realised that since they were based on...

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Software Defined Radio (SDR) shield for Arduino
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Software Defined Radio (SDR) shield for Arduino

by Clemens Valens @ elektormagazine.com The new SDR board was created by Burkhard Kainka, the designer who also did the first SDR project. The antenna preselector of the original board has been removed while the CY27EE16 programmable oscillator was replaced by the Si5351 from...

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USRP B205mini-I Software-defined Radio Platform
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USRP B205mini-I Software-defined Radio Platform

A wide frequency range (70 MHz to 6 GHz) and a user-programmable transceiver The USRP B205mini-i is a flexible and compact platform that is ideal for both hobbyist and OEM applications. It is designed by Ettus Research™ and provides a wide frequency range (70 MHz to 6 GHz) and...

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XTRX – Easily embeddable software-defined radio
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XTRX – Easily embeddable software-defined radio

The first ever truly embedded SDR is live on crowdsupply.com XTRX is the smallest, easily embeddable software-defined radio (SDR). It is both affordable and high-performance. Its professional-grade, drop-in technology is designed to enable the next generation of wireless solutions,...

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LimeSDR Mini – Software-defined-radio card
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LimeSDR Mini – Software-defined-radio card

An open, full-duplex, USB stick radio for femtocells and more. The LimeSDR and LimeSDR Mini are members of the same family of software-defined radios. One does not replace the other. Rather, they are complementary. Simply put, the LimeSDR Mini is a smaller, less expensive version of...

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AIR-T: When Artificial intelligence meets with Radio – Transceiver 
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AIR-T: When Artificial intelligence meets with Radio – Transceiver 

The concept of Software-defined radio is not new, it has been around for years. It is basically about moving complex signal handling over to a digital software platform via PCs and smart systems. While we have seen Artificial Intelligence already been implemented in a host of...

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Arduino FM Radio Receiver with TEA5767 and a Nokia 5110 LCD display

Arduino FM Radio Receiver with TEA5767 and a Nokia 5110 LCD display

FM radio transmitters and receivers are one of the projects that fascinated a lot of people and drove them to become makers. The lure of being able to deploy your own radio station, or build your own surveillance(-like) devices was what encouraged most of us to build our first fm...

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433 MHz is alive! Communicating with 433 MHz sensors using an ESP32 board and LoRa module.
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433 MHz is alive! Communicating with 433 MHz sensors using an ESP32 board and LoRa module.

While Matter, Bluetooth, Zigbee, and Zwave may get all the press these days, 433 MHz was the simple yet reliable technology that our sensors and devices relied on before they became popular. Given the wide range of applications for the 433 MHz, generalizations regarding the technology are...

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