Sure doesIt looks like Airspy will have a 12 bit adc, and HackRF will have an 8 bit adc; I wonder how much difference it will make in the selectivity and dynamic range. I'm mainly interested in a device that can receive 150khz to 2+ ghz and is similar in operation to the Commradio CR-1, with a lower cost; perhaps around $250. That has been the FunCube Pro dongle so far though I haven't had a chance to try one yet.
Looks like 2014 will be a good year for SDR!
Im curious if anyone has applied this to digital TV use for their laptop.I wonder if anyone will come up with software to display digital TV signals?
Yea I've wondered if there are some diagnostic modes that can be exploited to use these like rtl dongles and take advantage of the wider bandwidth.Im curious if anyone has applied this to digital TV use for their laptop.
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