Jon Hudson over at DesignSpark writes: This is a belated post of a fun project we did for RS Components. With the upcoming 80th anniversary of the founding of ‘RadioSpares’ – the original name for UK-based RS-Components, and the creation of an “Engineers’ Playground” as a feature of the 2016 Electronica event in Munich, […]
rheslip has been working on a software defined radio using the Arduino compatible Teensy 3.1 and audio shield from PJRC. Source code is available on Github. Project info at Open Emitter blog.
rheslip made this Teensy SDR project, that is available at Github: I managed to get the Teensy SDR in an enclosure over the Christmas holidays – now its starting to look like a radio! The enclosure is a plastic Hammond. Front and rear panels are PCB material and I added a layer of PCB inside […]
Want to try out software defined radio (SDR) before you buy or build a rig? Or do you just want to see what all the ham radio chatters about? Then check out the online SDRs available for your listening pleasure at WebSDR. This unique website lists dozens of online radios which you can click on […]
Here’s Jeri Ellsworth’s vlog showing her early progress on a homebrew software defined radio. Anyone who has considered SDR prototyping knows how complex this can be. We can’t wait to see the finished product. UPDATE: Jeri has posted updates Part 2 and Part 3 to the above vlog.
QUISK is open source software defined radio (SDR) platform by James Ahlstrom. QUISK can interface with certain radio receivers or amateur radio transceivers, and essentially takes over control of the rig’s operation including changing mode, frequency, transmit/receive switching, demodulation, etc. It’s written in Python and C, and all source is included. QUISK runs under Linux […]