The PlutoSDR (Adalm-Pluto) is an open-source SDR receiver and transmitter covering frequencies from 325MHz to 3.8GHz in half and full-duplex with a bandwidth of 20Mhz in 12bits.
Adalm-Pluto was conceived as a development platform around the SDR.
Works on Windows, Linux and OS X and supports the following software applications and programming languages: MATLAB, Simulink, GNU Radio, SDRangel, GQRX, SDR-Console, SoapySDR, libiio, C, C++, C#, and Python API.
This equipment is intended for use in the laboratory, R & D and amateur radio experimentation, it is compatible, for example, for use in transmission on the 2.4Ghz upstream channel for the QO-100 amateur radio satellite.
Comes with: 1 Pluto SDR (ADALM-PLUTO) from Analog Devices, 2 4cm Whip Antennas, 1 15cm SMA Cable and 1 USB Cable.
Transceiver: Based on Analog Devices AD9363 IC
FPGA: Zynq Z-7010 Xilinx®
Rx and TX Frequency: 325 MHz to 3.8 GHz
Maximum emission power: 7dBm (5mW)
20 MHz bandwidth
12 bit ADC
USB interface: 2.0
TCXO: +/- 25PPM (no TCXO)
2 RF connectors: SMA female (1 for Rx and 1 for TX)
The ADALM-PLUTO documentation (PlutoSDR) is available on the Wiki: https://wiki.analog.com/university/tools/pluto/users.
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