The SDRplay RSP1A radio spectrum processor, SDR receiver is a major upgrade to the popular RSP1—it is a powerful wideband full featured 14-bit SDR receiver which covers the RF spectrum from 1kHz to 2GHz. All it needs is a PC and an antenna to provide excellent communications receiver functionality. Combined with the power of readily available SDR receiver software (including ‘SDRuno’ supplied by SDRplay) you can monitor up to 10MHz of spectrum at a time. Documented API allows developers to create new demodulators or applications around the platform.
SDRplay RSP1A radio spectrum processor, SDR receiver key benefits:
- Covers all frequencies from 1kHz through LF, MW, HF, VHF, UHF and L-band to 2GHz, with no gaps
- Excellent dynamic range for challenging reception conditions
- Low levels of spurious responses
- Works with all the popular SDR software (including HDSDR, SDR Console, Cubic SDR and SDRuno)
- ExtIO based plugin available
- Software upgradeable for future standards
- Strong and growing software support network
- API provided to allow demodulator or application development
- Multiplatform driver and API support including Windows, Linux, Mac, Android and Raspberry Pi 2/3
- Up to 16 individual receivers in any 10MHz slice of spectrum using SDRuno
- Calibrated S meter and power measurements with SDRuno
- Ideal for monitoring of ISM/ IoT/ Telemetry bands <2GHz
- Ideal for portable operation
SDRplay RSP1A radio spectrum processor, SDR receiver key features:
- Continuous coverage from 1kHz to 2GHz
- Up to 10MHz visible bandwidth
- Powers over the USB cable with a simple type B socket
- 14-bit ADC silicon technology (not another 8 bit dongle!)
- 11 high-selectivity, built in front-end preselection filters
- Software selectable AM/FM and DAB broadcast band notch filters
- Software selectable multi-level Low Noise Preamplifier
- Bias -T power supply for powering antenna-mounted LNA
- RF shielding layer inside case
- SDRuno—World Class SDR software for Windows
- Documented API for new apps development
- Single SMA antenna socket covering entire frequency range
You can find more information on the following sites:
- SDRPlay website: https://www.sdrplay.com/
- Softwares, manuals: https://www.sdrplay.com/downloads/
- SDRPlay forum: https://www.sdrplay.com/community/
- SDRPlay blog: https://www.sdrplay.com/blog/
- Introducing the SDRplay Raspberry Pi downloadable SD Card Image: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXThS1XszhQ&feature=youtu.be
- Video and pdf collection: https://www.sdrplay.com/apps-catalogue/
- SDRPlay facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SDRPlay/
- SDRPlay twitter: https://twitter.com/SDRplay
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.
SDRplay RSP1A radio spectrum processor, SDR receiver specifications:
|Size||95mm x 80mm x 30mm|
|Low Current||185 mA (excl bias T)|
|Connectivity||Single 50Ω RF connector (SMA), USB 2.0 (high speed) type B socket|
|Frequency Range||Continuous coverage 1kHz – 2GHz|
|ADC Characteristics||Sample frequency 2 – 10.66MSPS, 14 bit native ADC (2 –6.048MSPS), 12-bit (6.048- 8.064 MSPS), 10-bit (8.064- 9.216MSPS), 8-bit (> 9.216 MSPS )|
|Bias T||Software Selectable 4.7V @ 100mA|
|High Temperature Stability||(0.5ppm) TCXO In-field trimmable to 0.01ppm.|
|Maximum recommended input power||0dBm continuous, 10dBm for short periods|
|Typical Noise Figures||18dB @ 2MHz 15dB @ 12MHz 15dB @ 25MHz 15dB @ 40MHz • 3.3dB @ 100MHz 3.3dB @ 200MHz 7.7dB @ 386MHz 3.6dB @ 660MHz 5.0dB @ 1500MHz 6.3dB @ 1800MHz|
|IF Modes||Zero IF, All IF bandwidths, Low IF, IF bandwidths ≤ .536MHz|
|IF Bandwidths (3dB)||200kHz 300kHz 600kHz 1.536MHz 5.0MHz 6.0MHz 7.0MHz 8.0MHz|
|Automatically configured front end filtering||Low Pass 2MHz, Band Pass 2-12MHz 12-30MHz 30-60MHz 60-120MHz 120-250MHz 250-300MHz 300-380MHz 380-420MHz 420-1000MHz, High Pass 1000MHz|
|Notch Filters||FM Filter >50dB 85 – 100MHz, MW Filter >30dB 660 – 1550kHz, DAB Filter >30dB 165 – 230MHz|
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Nagyon elégedett vagyok vele.
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Q:What is the recommended application software for remote receiver, websdr, skimmer
A:I recommend using SDR-Console v3. It has a built in client/server. SDR-Console support the client/server in LAN and WAN network environments. You can also use a Raspberry PI 3 with our SDRplay PI ISO. This prebuilt/pre-compiled ISO has all the needed utilities to deploy the Pi and RSP as a server using Soapyremote and CubicSDR. Connecting clients would install CubicSDR and connect to the PI via soapyremote. This will only work in an LAN environment and not in a WAN environment. Both software packages are available via the download section of www.sdrplay.com