Whether you’re building your own amateur radio setup or you’re upgrading mobile communications, you’ll need to invest in a high-quality software-defined radio (SDR) receiver to complete the job. This handy tool allows you to bring radio to your computer and gives you the power to control how much the SDR receiver is configured by your software.
At OKdo, we have a range of SDR receivers for sale. Each is designed to help you complete your radio-based project and works with different types of software.
For instance, you can select the Adafruit software-defined radio receiver, a powerful USB stick-based aerial that, when plugged into your computer, gives you the opportunity to listen to a wide range of radio signals across a diverse frequency range. It gives access to FM radio, AM signals, and CW, which is Morse Code, as well as TV signals.
For something advanced, there’s the Sdrplay Radio Spectrum Processor. This is a wideband SDR radio receiver that covers all frequencies from 1kHz to 2 GHz and, when connected to a PC and an antenna is added, you can create your own communications receiver.
We also stock the Sdrplay radio spectrum processor, which covers both short and longwave broadcast bands, along with AM, and allows you to listen anywhere in the world. Or you might prefer the Rspduo software-defined radio receiver, a dual-tuner wideband 14-bit SDR.
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