The PlutoSDR (Adalm-Pluto) REV B 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) REV B from Analog Devices, 2 4cm Whip Antennas, 1 15cm SMA Cable and 1 USB Cable.
Please note: The Pluto with the AD9363 integrated circuit from Analog Devices, can be modified, under the sole responsibility of the user, to cover frequencies from 70 to 6000MHz with 56MHz bandwidth (see below).
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)
Version: REVISION REV B
For a use and configuration in transmission and reception with the QO100 satellite we recommend you these different readings on the modifications (mods) recommended and to realize on the Adalm with the addition of a TCXO to improve the stability and the good grounding of the card:
The version of the PlutoSDR that uses the AD9363 chip is limited in frequency from 325 to 3800 MHz with a bandwidth of 20 MHz.
However, the higher version, the AD9364 chip can support 70 MHz to 6000 MHz and 56 MHz of bandwidth, is almost identical to the AD9363 chip. The Pluto SDR can be hacked by seeing an AD9364 chip, simply by changing the device string on the unit.
The instructions to perform this hack are detailed on the official Analog.com PlutoSDR wiki on the customization page, in "Updating to the AD9364".
Please note that this modification is not guaranteed, is under your sole responsibility and may not work on your PlutoSDR.
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