Better than Malahit? Check out this new SDR

Play With A  Touch Screen SDR

This new Stand-Alone Software Defined Radio is the successor to the LAN Alfedri. Alexander Trushkin (4Z5LV) has been developing and producing SDR receivers since 2012. These are offered under the ‘Afedri’ brand on its website. ‘Afedri’ means: ‘Analog Front-End Digital Radio Interface’ and refers to the DDC chip Afedri8201 from Texas Instruments. The radio is of the 'Malahit' DSP type and is reported to offer the following features:


● 30 kHz to 1700.00MHz continuous frequency range

● Direct sampling

● DDC - Digital Down-Conversion

● 12- bit 76.8 MSPS A/D conversion

● Stand-Alone mode (AM, SAM, CW, SSB, NFM, WFM stereo, BPSK, QPSK, RTTY, FT8 demodulators)

● Up to 2.2MHz recording and processing bandwidth

● Waterfall display functions, when used with appropriate software

● Recording and playback, when used with appropriate software

● Sensitivity - MDS -136 dBm at 500Hz bandwidth (0.03MHz-35MHz)

● Sensitivity - MDS -143.5 dBm at 500Hz bandwidth (50MHz-435Mhz)

● LAN interface for remote access, USB 2.0 (Full Speed) interface

● Compatible with: Linrad, Winrad, HDSDR, Studio1, SDR Console, CuteSDR, SdrDX, Quisk, PowerSDR_mrx.

● Powered from USB or external power supply 7-10VDC

● Dimensions 120mm deep x 78mm wide x 27mm high

● 3.5'' LCD screen, with resistive touchscreen

● Unit cost - US$339 (default configuration, without tuning knob)


(Source: RTL; FB Groups;; FENU Radio)

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