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Reviews Categories | Receivers: General Coverage | RFSpace SDR-IP Help

Reviews Summary for RFSpace SDR-IP
Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $$2699
Description: The high performance SDR-IP is an internet protocol (TCP/IP) software defined
receiver with 1.8 MHz bandwidth. It offers the ultimate versatility for
scientific research, radio astronomy, shortwave listening and amateur radio.
The SDR-IP uses a high performance 80 MHz, 16 bit ADC with both dithering
and randomization for best performance. The output I/Q bandwidth is
configurable via software. PC communications are handled over a 100 base-T
port using 24 or 16 bit I/Q words.
Product is in production.
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AB1HL Rating: 5/5 May 24, 2014 13:11 Send this review to a friend
Excellent SDR, great for experimenters.  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I'm using the SDR-IP as part of a project to develop an adaptive
steerable antenna array. I have three SDR-IPs and three Clifton Labs
Z1501D active antennas; I'm writing the software to combine the
signals using Python and numpy/scipy. The SDR-IP has worked well for
me, both as a radio and as an easy-to-integrate piece of a larger
project. The Ethernet host connection is easy to use, particularly
compared to my previous attempts with multiple USB SDRs or multiple
sound cards. The external clock inputs let me keep the three SDR-IPs
in phase. And it's a complete radio, with attenuator, preselector
filter, and tunable DDC.

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