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ScratchRadio

Entry level educational tools for introducing SDR technology on the Raspberry Pi platform. A Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Raspbian Stretch is the recommended host configuration.

FreeSRP

The FreeSRP is an open-source (hardware and software) platform for software-defined radio that is affordable, high performance, compatible with existing SDR software such as GNU Radio, and includes an expansion port for hardware add-ons. FreeSRP comes in a small, portable form factor (7 cm x 11 cm) that can be completely powered from USB. FreeSRP…

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LimeSDR

LimeSDR is a low cost, open source, apps-enabled software defined radio (SDR) platform that can be used to support just about any type of wireless communication standard; it can transmit and receive UMTS, LTE, GSM, LoRa, Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, and Digital Broadcasting, to name but a few.

Packaging

The Packaging project maintains packages (software/firmware) of hardware drivers, SDR frameworks such as GNU Radio and dependencies, plus key applications.

STREAM

STREAM is a flexible platform for developing high-performance digital and RF designs using an Altera Cyclone IV FPGA and Lime Microsystems FPRF transceiver. It is available in its original form factor and a much more compact, lower cost micro variant.

Lime Suite

Lime Suite is a collection of software supporting several hardware platforms including the LimeSDR, drivers for the LMS7002M transceiver RFIC, and other tools for developing with LMS7-based hardware.

UmTRX

UmTRX provides a single board solution for industrial SDR applications which require the frequency stability and accuracy of a GPS synchronized clock, and supports two full-duplex and fully independent RF channels which can run on any frequency from 0.3-3.8GHz.

Novena-RF

The Novena-RF module is based on the original Myriad-RF 1 design and has been adapted for use with the Novena open hardware computing platform, which can be configured for embedded applications and as an all-in-one desktop or a laptop.

RASDR

RASDR is an Open Hardware project undertaken by members of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (SARA) to develop a low cost, high performance software defined receiver for use by SARA members

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