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EXPERT ELECTRONICS SUNSDR2 QRP SDR TRANSCEIVER

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Price:
1,029.99 EUR
899.28 EUR (749.40 EUR + VAT)
Discount: 13%
Sale duration:
07/08/2019 - 31/12/2020
Model: SUNSDR2 QRP
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Expert Electronics
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Description

The Expert Electronics' SunSDR2 QRP SDR transceiver is the HF and 6M transceiver with 5W output power and a wide range of capabilities. Thanks to the constantly improving Expert Electronics' ExpertSDR2 software and advantages of the direct sampling the SunSDR2 QRP SDR radio can solve any given task for a reasonable price. The SunSDR2 QRP SDR transceiver can be used either locally via the LAN interface or remotely using the Expert Remote system, it gives you flexibility in arranging your working place as never before.

Expert Electronics SunSDR2 QRP SDR transceiver main features:

  • Immense functionality for a reasonable price
    Designing each our device, we try to reach the best balance between the price and functionality
  • Full support of the ExpertSDR2 software
    Continuously growing and improving ExpertSDR2 software is 100% compatible with the SunSDR2 QRP and will continue to support it for many years to come, for free!
  • External control connection
    Connect up to 8 external devices to 8 powerful keys with open collectors, such as PAs, external filters, rotate antenna devices etc.
  • Remote control operation
    Using it, you connect PTT and CW-key to the E-Coder panel. Microphone and E-Coder are connected to the remotely set up PC
  • TCI interface 
    Use it for seamless connection with third-party software like SDC (with its own Skimmer), LogHX, SWISSLOG and RUMlog, more are coming
  • No need for an external soundcard
    The SunSDR2 QRP SDR radio does not require an external sound card and audio cables, just plug your headphones in the transceiver and listen to the air
  • 16-bit ADC at 122.88 MHz
    The SunSDR2 QRP SDR radio has the best ADC in its price range which provides 122 dB BDR
  • Sample rates: 48-384 kHz
    At the same time, you can use a 60 MHz wide bandscope + 2 software RXs, each has a SubRX
  • Special mode for 768 kHz or 960 kHz sample rate, only for 1 RX + bandscope at the same time
  • Supports 4M band only for RX in the 2nd Nyquist zone

Expert Electronics SunSDR2 QRP SDR transceiver application field:

  • HAM amateur HF transceiver
  • Remote operation just for fun and for contests
  • Spectrum analyzer with the wide bandscope up to 60MHz
  • Record IQ files and listen to them afterward

You must enable the program on windows10 firewall, otherwise it will disable the communication. After every firmware upgrade, you should do it.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE!

SDR radios have no control panel, therefore manufacturers do not supply a user manual. Our company only sells SDR hardware; operation of these devices requires various software that you can download from the internet.  Most of these software products are only available for download in the English language  from the websites of manufacturers and third party developers (many of them radio amateurs) either for free or for a fee.  Installation, setup and usage of the software require an intermediate level of proficiency in computing and the English language. We do not advise to buy these equipment unless you are in possession of these required skills, and we highly recommend to seek assistance and prior information from other radio hams on internet-based forums and user groups.

 

Expert Electronics SunSDR2 QRP SDR transceiver technical specifications:

Mode types LSB/USB/DSB/CW/AM/SAM/NFM/WFM
General coverage receiver in HF, MHz 0.1...55
Frequency coverage in HF in TX mode, MHz All amateur frequencies
Sensitivity, uV 0,1
Maximum output power in HF, W 7
Maximum output power in 6M, W 5
Blocking Dynamic Range in HF mode (BDR), dB 124
Dynamic Range over IMD3 (2 kHz), dB 110
Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range (2 kHz), dB 107
RF ADC clock frequency, MHz 122.88
RF ADC resolution, bit 16
RF DAC clock frequency, MHz 122.88
RF DAC resolution, bit 14
TX IMD3, dB >30
Local oscillator's stability, ppm +/- 2.5
Supply voltage range for TX mode, V +10...15
Supply voltage range for RX mode, V +7...15
Recommended supply voltage, V +12
Maximum consumption current, А 3
Built-in audio codec resolution, bit 24
Operating temperature, ºC 0...+75
Dimensions, mm 185х106х45
Weight, kg 0,8
* More modes can be supported via external software

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