Sales and Marketing Director | SDRplay Ltd.
Design, marketing and business background in semiconductors (including Texas Instruments and CSR), then co-founder and now sales and marketing director at SDRplay Ltd.
1 year ago
SDRplay RSps are a popular SDR receiver choice. (An RPi3B or later is powerful enough to run CubicSDR SDR s/w). As well as downloadable SD card images, SDRplay now provide ready-made installer scripts for many different SDR programmes
1 year ago
An SDR receiver from SDRplay is much more than just a general coverage receiver. It has numerous applications for amateur, scientific, educational and industrial use - these are listed along with an overview of what an RSP is and where to get help.
2 years ago
GNU radio is popular for teaching DSP & exploring new radio architectures. For receiver applications, the low cost dongle is a popular hardware choice, but this SDRplay workflow gives reliable, clean, radio signal reception from 1kHz to 2GHz
2 years ago
SDRplay’s family of Software Defined Radios are popular low cost 1kHz to 2GHz communications receivers. This Spectrum Analyser software transforms such a device into a low cost Windows/USB-based Spectrum Analyser for the lab.
3 years ago
This article and video demonstrate the concept of integrating a powerful SDR radio receiver into a Raspberry-Pi-based Pi-Top laptop computer for fun, for learning, for portability or as a platform for innovative radio spectrum processing projects.
There's a growing need for low-cost portable equipment for logging accurate RF field strength and SNR data for sub GHz applications. Whether for IoT infrastructure surveying work or monitoring unwanted signals, SDRuno from SDRplay can help.
SDRplay, makers of high performance Software Defined Radio Receivers, have now created an SD Card image to enable an RPi to become a general coverage receiver and more. In this article Jon suggests it's time to let your RPi see more of the spectrum.
The USB-powered RSP2 from SDRplay is capable of making accurate RF power measurements over a selectable bandwidth at any frequency from 1 kHz up to 2 GHz
How we made the controls of a 75 year old short wave receiver operate a modern PC-based SDR radio - without the need for keyboard and mouse! Using shaft-encoders and an an Arduino-based control system, the SDRplay RSP1 makes for a fun retro-gadget
Fifty years ago, amateur radio (a.k.a. ham radio) was a very popular entry point for youngsters to discover the magic of electronics. The evolution of technology has meant that a generation has missed out and those who really understand RF...