Why you should think about having a remote engineering lab?

Let’s go back to January of 2020, when everybody thought that this will be just another year full of usual worries and everyday challenges. Instead, we soon faced a world pandemic which truly.

Simple SDR projects you can do at home

To wrap up our SDR week here at Red Pitaya, we prepared a list of simple projects you can do with your Red Pitaya board. For a full list of use cases click here.

Who is SDR for?

In our previous blog post we wrote about Software Defined Radio, its benefits and some tips and tricks on how to build your own SDR transceiver. Red Pitaya brings together a large community of radio.

Why SDR (Software Defined Radio)?

Software-defined radio (SDR) is a radio communication system where components that have been traditionally implemented in hardware (e.g. mixers, filters, amplifiers, modulators/demodulators,.

Upgrading red pitaya's software

Instead of writing the whole SD card image, it is possible to upgrade only the ecosystem.

Webinar for academia members recap

We recently held a webinar which was created exclusively for academia members Did you miss it but you still want to learn how to:

Why is STEMlab 125-10 the best choice for educational purposes?

STEMlab 125-10 is more affordable compared to the 125-14 version, but that doesn’t mean it is lacking any important features or performance that is required for educational use.

Elektor Magazine: Enhanced FM Stereo on Red Pitaya

Paramount in this case is not the practical application — you can buy an FM radio cheaply after all — but rather the principles applied. A normal broadcast FM signal (stereo plus R(B)DS) with a.

8 Youtube Electronics Engineering Channels Worth Subscribing to

How to find good channels without spending hours of searching and watching useless material? We made it convenient for you and listed 8 channels for electronic engineers, hobbyists, hackers, and.

Gqrx with the Red Pitaya

Indeed, looking through the gr-osmosdr commit logs, I could see support was added in December 2015, just around the same time I was packaging gr-osmosdr.
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