Teensy SDR transceiver description

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2015 in Arduino, SDR by DP
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  1. rumburack says:

    Informations on his website are a biut unclear. I try to sum up what he does. He has

    – a softrock sdr radio ($80?). Softrock goes from 1.8 MHz to 30 MHz. The audio goes to
    – a Teensy Audio Adaptor Board ($15) microphone that is driven by a
    – Teensy 3.1 ($20) and displays some histograms on a
    – TFT 128×160 display ($5).

    Have a look at STAMPFL – Stand Alone SDR:
    (the funny voice in the video is some sort of German…)

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