Software Radio USRP
FUNcube Dongle Pro+ l, AMSAT-UK FCD2 regulatory statements
Many thanks for purchasing the FUNcube Dongle Pro+! The FUNcube Dongle Pro+ is a software-defined radio (SDR) covering all broadcast and amateur radio bands from 150kHz to 1.9GHz. With an SDR, many of the functions of a traditional hardware-only radio are performed in software, such as demodulation, decoding and frequency conversion.
Own private GSM transmitter just for you...
Designed for commercial deployment for abandoned areas, mining parts, or laboratory simulation of 2.5G networks or simple replacement of GSM site in the event of a commercial network outage.
The Sigint-BTS-900 series acts as a single BTS network for custom GSM phones or as part of a multi-site network. It can be configured to support 7-35 or more current calls and distances of up to 35 km
RTL-SDR Blog R820T2 RTL2832U 1PPM TCXO SMA Software Defined Radio.
The software-defined Radio Starter kit includes a USB hardware flash drive with a widely supported Realtek RTL2832U and R820T chipset and a versatile MCX antenna.
Several improvements to generic brands, including the use of the R820T2 tuner, improved component tolerances, a 1 PPM temperature compensation oscillator (TCXO), an SMA F connector, a circuit with distorted outlet and switch-off plates for easy direct sampling adjustment
The SBS-1 receiver is able to receive aerial information about aircraft in your sky in real time. He can identify the plane, its marker, determine the direction of flight or its air height and speed. And, of course, much more... You can easily get this radiolocator device, which is controlled only by you at home.
An aerial radiolocator is a receiver for the mode-S/ADS-B beacon from a commercial transport aircraft, transmitted at a frequency of 1090MHz.
BladeRF X115 comes with a larger 115KLE Cyclone IV, FPGA, which provides additional space for hardware accelerators and signal processing chains involving FFTs,
Turbo decoders, transmit modulators/filters, and receive acquisition correlators for burst modems.
When unpacked from the bladeRF box, you can tune from 300MHz to 3.8GHz without the need for additional plates. Current open source drivers provide support for GNURadio among other things, allowing bladeRF to be placed for immediate use. This gives bladeRF the flexibility to act as its own RF modem, GSM and LTE cell, GPS receiver, ATSC transmitter or combination of Bluetooth/WiFi client's without the need for any expansion cards.