Interesting article: How software-define ... / 2012-07-07

2012-07-07 Interesting article: How software-define ...
Interesting article: How software-defined radio could revolutionize wireless - Ars technica about new hardware for software defined radio (SDR). Per Vices is introducing the Phi PCIe software defined radio with quite interesting technical specifications: receive and transmit up to 200 MHz of bandwidth from 100 kHz to 4 GHz.

It's still at a price ($745 - $849) where you don't simply buy one to find out later what you are going to do with it but according to the article Per Vices hopes for prices to drop once interest rises. This is one good point of this hardware: this means 'competition' in high-end gnuradio hardware.

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