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As those who follow me on Twitter know there is a new SDR transceiver available from Analog Devices
called the ADALM-PLUTO. It is aimed at the educational market (i.e us).
Nominally it works from 328 MHz to 3800 MHz however the current model can be modified in
software to operate from 48 MHz - 6 GHz on transmit and 70 MHz to 6 GHz on receive.
It produces about 1 mW output.
I am in the process of adding support for this device to the Express Software.
Initial tests are looking good, more work to do though.
The introductory price of the board is $99 which equates to around £91 after VAT is paid.
They are available from https://www.digikey.co.uk/products/en?k ... lm%20pluto
I just thought members might like to know about this device as it is selling fast and
at the introductory price is very cheap for something of this class.
http://www.rtl-sdr.com/adalm-pluto-sdr- ... x-install/
and put hooks in for LimeSDR so a lot of files need changing.
First I will release a 32 bit binary. I am trying to improve RB DVB-T at the moment.
I know DVB-T is not important to most people.
https://wiki.analog.com/university/tool ... rs/windows
The notes on how to extend the frequency range are here
https://wiki.analog.com/university/tool ... ustomizing
You will also probably have to install the VC++ 2015 re-distributable (32 bit version)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/downloa ... x?id=48145
Alpha testers will need this information when I release the test software later this weekend
(it is almost ready). I am going to try and install it on my Pipo this morning first.
I see Digikey stock is down to 32 units this morning.