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If you’re interested in Software Defined Radio and want to learn more about it you’ve come to the right place!

Software Defined Radio (SDR) is the next generation of radio communications. It allows you to both transmit and receive (depending on the SDR you get) virtually any frequency or any mode from P25/DMR/DVB-S/ADS-B and more! Allowing you to track aircraft, listen to trunk radio and so much more. All this at a price anyone can afford. SDR reaches into the amateur radio and scanner hobby and takes it by the horns.

Remote SDR The Pi Transceiver

Remote SDR The Pi Transceiver

André, Callsign F1ATB has released a project they call “Remote SDR”. Originally developed for operators of the QO-100 satellite Remote SDR using a Raspberry Pi and a couple of SDRs provides you with a full blown transceiver in your web browser. Released as a series of...

An Open Source P25 Scanner Control Head!

An Open Source P25 Scanner Control Head!

December 26th 2018, that's when the Signals Everywhere community and Myself decided to start working on a project we called "Pi25". The idea was simple, take off the shelf hardware and use it to create the first open source portable digital radio scanner! Well, while...

I’m Transgender

I’m Transgender

This community is hands down one of the greatest things I've ever had the pleasure of being a part of. I love sharing my knowledge with others and more importantly learning for the community as a whole. Many of you have noticed that content has been flowing at a very...

Discord APRS/License Verification

Discord APRS/License Verification

Recently we've had the pleasure of being able to add a number of new features to the Discord bot known to the community as "Grant". This bot handles a number of tasks not currently found in other bots. I used to write these in Python however, a community member...

Ethics in the SDR Community

Ethics in the SDR Community

Software-Defined Radio, SDR and the great responsibility that it comes with.We're currently in a radio renaissance comparable with the days of the blue box or the 56k modem we're in an era where radio has been blown wide open and made available to anyone and everyone...

The Winds of Change

Yes, I know things have been slow as of late. Let's get right down to it.Many of you may have noticed a change in the frequency of YouTube uploads, Blog Articles, and even Podcast episodes. Even social media was suffering, my Twitter, Facebook you name it! So, why is...

NOAA 15 Experiencing a Failure?

NOAA 15 Experiencing a Failure?

This isn't the first time we've seen issues with the NOAA-15 satellite. Last year the RTL-SDR blog posted about some issues the satellite was having. https://www.rtl-sdr.com/the-noaa-15-weather-satellite-may-be-failing/ These issues/errors appear to have been...

MiTEE Cubesat Interview

Hi, Derek here with a few addenda to the video here. I want to clarify that everything said here was my opinion and not necessarily representative of the University of Michigan or even MiTEE as an organization. The CubeSat was not at all completely designed by...

Guest on Signals and Bits

I was recently interviewed on a new podcast [Signals and Bits] created by Ben Hilburn [@bhilburn]. Ben has been an influential individual within the radio and open source software community for many years. He is the President of the [GNURadio Project] that has...

GPS To Inmarsat/Iridium Modification

GPS To Inmarsat/Iridium Modification

If you're in the market for a decent L-band antenna with a built in LNA, one you can power via a simple 5v bias tee. Look no further than a GPS antenna. These antennas are generally housed with their own LNA which is powered via a bias-tee. Generally all you need to...

CB to 6M Ham Radio Conversion

CB to 6M Ham Radio Conversion

[Hvde over on Hackster.io] has put together an amazingly well done CB radio to 6m conversion that allows him to operate AM USB and LSB within the 6m ham radio band. The process involved replacing the VCO with one generated using an arduino and even adding a display to...

Meteor M N2-2 LRPT Testing

Meteor M N2-2 LRPT Testing

July 5th the Russian Meteor M N2-2 satellite was launched and reports have been flooding in from Amateur Radio Operators and SDR Hobbyists worldwide that a test signal is currently being transmitted. LRTP Signal Seen on Meteor M N2-2 If you'd like to try your hand at...

Satcom Piracy

There are hundreds of communications satellites orbiting around us right now and while they provide vital communications around the globe their are hackers amung them. Pirate radio operators Hi-Jacking transponders for their own personal use. Join us as we take a deep...

Software Defined Radio Illegal?

Software-defined radio is amazing, but is it legal?The laws are old and it's not tested but let's start a discussion and see where SDR falls in the current laws.Sources: *Cellular Blocks: https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Cell_blocked *FCC Interception and...

Don’t Throw out that Old Scanner

Software Defined Radio / SDR has taken the world by storm but that doesn't mean you have to give up on a traditional hardware scanner. S9 Documentation: psicorps1984.tripod.com/2003/2003_rs-meter.html Loki/Merlin Co-host Twitter: twitter.com/cursoryusername...