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Hardware

Airspy is an advanced USB SDR that addresses the flaws left by the other solutions.

  • Continuous 24 - 1750 MHz RX range
  • 3.5 dB NF between 42 and 1002 MHz
  • Tracking RF filters
  • 35dBm IIP3 RF front end
  • 12bit ADC @ 20 MSPS (80dB Dynamic Range, 64dB SNR, 10.4 ENOB)
  • Up to 80 MSPS for custom applications
  • Cortex M4F @ up to 204MHz with Multi Core support (dual M0)
  • 1.5 ppm high precision, low phase noise clock
  • 1 RTC clock (for packet time-stamping)
  • External clock input (10 MHz to 100 MHz via MCX connector)
  • 10 MHz panoramic spectrum view with 9MHz alias/image free
  • IQ or Real, 16bit fixed or 32bit float output streams
  • No IQ imbalance, DC offset or 1/F noise at the center of the spectrum
  • Extension ports: 16 x SGPIO
  • 1 x RF Input (SMA)
  • 1 x RF Output (Loopthrough, U-FL)
  • 2 x High Speed ADC inputs (up to 80 MSPS, U-FL)
  • 4.5v software switched Bias-Tee to power a LNA or an up/down-converters

It's time to replace your heavy setup with a smarter solution!

Software

SDR# (SDRSharp) is a popular, simple, fast and extensible Software Defined Radio program written from scratch in C# to experiment new Digital Signal Processing techniques and push the Microsoft .NET Framework to its limits.

We release new versions very often so we invite you to visit this page frequently for updates.

This software is brought to you free of charge, but if you like it, consider purchasing our hardware.

Plugins

SDR# has a modular architecture that allows adding new functionality with the mean of "plugins". This page lists the default plugins that come with the software package and a few recommended third party plugins.

If you are a programmer and want to develop your own, you may have a look on the developer package.

Contact us

We do not provide any support of any kind by mail. Most of the questions asked the last two years were answered in our Yahoo! Group. You may want to read one of the excellent tutorials by our fellow friends.

For DSP/Programming questions, have look on the IRC channel at Freenode: #sdrsharp.
For all the other topics, you can reach us by mail at