Difference between revisions of "SDRs that are Wide Banded"

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* [ SDRplay RSP (eHam)]
* [ SDRPlay review on Ham Radio Science]
* [ AirSpy vs. SDRPlay vs. HackRF (via]
* [ SDRPlay review on WTFDA website]
* [ A comparison between the RTL-SDR and SDRPlay]
* [ SDRPlay vs. Rtl-Sdr comparison]
* [ SDRPlay RSP1 Reviews via]
* [ SDRPlay reviews on SDRPlay website]
* [ Latest SDRPlay reviews]
* [ RSP1A reviews (eHam)]
* [ RSP2 & RSP2pro reviews (eHam)]
; SDRPlay RSP1A Reviews
* [ A review of the SDRPlay RSP1A (via]
;SDRPlay RSP2 Reviews
* [ SDRPlay RSP2 review (eHam)]
* [ Ham Radio Science SDRPlay RSP2 review]
* [ NN4F Review of the SDRPlay RSP2 / RSP2 Pro]
* [ of the SDRPlay RSP2]
* [ review of the SDRPlay RSP2]
* [ WTFDA review of the SDRPlay RSP2 (PDF)]
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* [ Funcube Dongle Pro]
* [ Funcube Dongle Pro]
* [ RTL SDR Dongles]
* [ RTL SDR Dongles]
* [ SDRplay forum]
* [ SDRplay independent FaceBook group]

Revision as of 05:40, 2 March 2018

This page is reserved for SDRs which receive (but don't transmit with) very wide frequency coverage. Some of these offer partial HF coverage (starting at 10 or 20 Mhz) and go right up through the Gigahertz range

Please add any additional links, reviews and mailing lists for receive-only SDRs here. Links for SDR based transceivers should go to our SDRs for Amateur Radio Use or Professional SDRs articles as appropriate.

SDR Manufacturers and Distributors

Complete coverage LF to GHz

Partial HF coverage to GHz

VHF/UHF and Above



Airspy Mini

Funcube Dongle (original)


Mailing Lists

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Go to Professional SDRs

Go to SDR Software Applications