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Assembling the Novena Laptop - Myriad

Assembling the Novena Laptop - Myriad | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
We were honoured and extremely privileged to have received the first Novena Laptop off the production line! In this post we take a look at the final assembly which needs to be done upon receipt of the laptop, including fitting the Novena-RF module and bulkhead mount RF connectors. Please note that this is not meant…READ MORE
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The first SDR UAV!, These guys always think outside of the box. I expect many more ideas to come from Nuand :-)

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Google receives FCC approval for public TV whitespace database | David Gonzales, Android Authority

Google receives FCC approval for public TV whitespace database | David Gonzales, Android Authority | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it

As part of its drive to offer Internet access to more and more people in the U.S., Google has been working closely with the FCC to make a public TV whitespace database available to all. The search giant started a test program a couple of months back, and now the FCC has finally approved of its use. This means that Google can finally begin operating this database which will be accessible to the public.

 

This whitespace database is primarily a system that will support unlicensed radio devices that transmit on unused spectrum channels in the wireless bands normally used by broadcast TV. It is required that all unlicensed TV radio devices connect with the database system first, in order to get a list of available channels for operation. Only those channels that are not currently used by authorized radio services will be listed, and availability will depend on individual geographical locations.

 

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Google to use balloons to provide free Internet access to remote or poor areas

Google to use balloons to provide free Internet access to remote or poor areas | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it

Project Loon will use giant helium balloons in the stratosphere to beam WiFi signals down to the ground.

Mike Cassidy, the director of Project Loon, said the aim is to provide much cheaper Internet connections around the world. In many African nations, for example, monthly Internet costs are higher than monthly salaries.

“We are focused on an enormous problem, and we don’t think we have the one solution today,” he said in a phone interview from New Zealand. “But we think we can help and start having a discussion on how to get 5 billion people in remote areas” connected to the Internet.

 

Read more and see video at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/google-to-use-balloons-to-provide-internet-access-to-remote-areas/2013/06/14/f9d78196-d507-11e2-a73e-826d299ff459_story.html


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SDR# | A Software Defined Radio in C#

SDR# | A Software Defined Radio in C# | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
SDR# (read SDR Sharp) is a high performance Software Defined Radio application. It is written in C# with both object design correctness and performance in mind.

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To me, not as convenient as HDSDR (and no TX), but definitely interesting with high performances !

But the biggest cherry on the cake is that source code is available (for educational purpose).

 

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Open source RF designs can interface with leading FPGAs - ElectronicsWeekly.com

Open source RF designs can interface with leading FPGAs - ElectronicsWeekly.com | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
Zipper The open source RF hardware initiative, Myriad RF, has launched an interface board to connect field programmable RF (FPRF) transceiver systems direc
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HackRF, an open source SDR platform

Transmit or receive any radio signal from 30 MHz to 6000 MHz on USB power with HackRF.
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Open-source, software-defined radio platform - Electronics Eetimes

Open-source, software-defined radio platform - Electronics Eetimes | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
Open-source, software-defined radio platform
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Using System On Chip RF For Next Gen SDR Solutions | Nutaq Blog

Using System On Chip RF For Next Gen SDR Solutions | Nutaq Blog | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
Traditional software defined radio (SDR) RF front-end designs involve a whole set of high complexity analog parts (mixers, filters, LNAs, etc).
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Software Defined Radio VLOG - Part 1

In this vlog show my progress building a software defined radio and discuss the online contention over the detector. This project will be presented in full w...
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Government supports open-source RF initiative - ElectronicsWeekly.com

ElectronicsWeekly.com Government supports open-source RF initiative ElectronicsWeekly.com Universities and companies are being given the opportunity to use the open source RF hardware platform, MyriadRF and configurable transceiver technology...
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Nuand | bladeRF : a new LMS6002D based SDR platform

Nuand | bladeRF : a new LMS6002D based SDR platform | Software Defined Radio SDR | Scoop.it
bladeRF - low-cost, professional USB 3.0 Software Defined RadiobladeRF is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform designed to enable a community of hobbyists, and professionals to explore and experiment with the multidisciplinary facets of RF...

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Christophe Fourtet's curator insight, April 25, 2013 9:22 PM

USB 3.0 interfaced through a Cypress FX3 ARM9 microcontroller.

An Altera Cyclone IV FPGA provides the interface between the FX3 and RF transceiver. This FPGA has single-cycle access embedded memory, hard 18x18 multipliers for dedicated DSP and many general logic elements ready to be programmed.

Fully bus-powered USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Software Defined Radio300MHz - 3.8GHz RF frequency rangeIndependent RX/TX 12-bit 40MSPS quadrature samplingOn-board 200MHz ARM9 with 512KB embedded SRAM (JTAG port available)On-board 15KLE or 115KLE Altera Cyclone 4 E FPGA (JTAG port available)