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* [http://www.afedri-sdr.com/ AFEDRI SDR Net]
 
* [http://www.afedri-sdr.com/ AFEDRI SDR Net]
 
* [http://airspy.com/ AirSpy] (with Spyverter extender)
 
* [http://airspy.com/ AirSpy] (with Spyverter extender)
** [http://www.airspy.us Airspy US, Canada, & North & South America Distributor]
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** [http://www.airspy.us Airspy US / Canada / North & South America Distributor]
 
* [http://www.satrian.com/p/sdr-mk15-andrus.html Andrus]
 
* [http://www.satrian.com/p/sdr-mk15-andrus.html Andrus]
 
* [http://www.nti-online.de/edirabox.htm DRB30 DiRaBox]
 
* [http://www.nti-online.de/edirabox.htm DRB30 DiRaBox]

Revision as of 22:44, 4 April 2016

This page is reserved for SDRs that cover the HF spectrum (min. 2-30 Mhz). They may also include coverage of other bands, such as FM broadcast, aircraft or other frequency ranges.

Please add any additional links, reviews and mailing lists here.

SDR Manufacturers and Distributors

LW / MW Coverage to 30-35 Mhz


HF to 30 Mhz or Beyond


Transceivers
  • HiQSDR Note: Some Assembly Required

Reviews

AFEDRI


Airspy


CommRadio CR-1 (all versions)


Cross Country


DX Patrol


Elad FDM-S2

eHam Reviews
Other Reviews


FiFi SDR


Funcube (all versions)


HackRF


Perseus


RFSpace Products

eHam Reviews


Other Reviews


RF System PM-SDR


SDR Andrus


SDRPlay


Softrock Products

eHam Reviews


Software Radio Laboratory QS1R


WinRadio Products

eHam Reviews


Other Reviews

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