02 Mar '15, 6pm

Using The Red Pitaya As An SDR

The Red Pitaya is a credit-card sized board that runs Linux, has Ethernet, and a good bit of RAM. This sounds a lot like a Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black, but the similarities end there. The Red Pitaya also has two RF inputs, two RF outputs, and a load of digital IOs, all connected to an Xilinx SoC that includes an FPGA. [Pavel] realized the Pitaya had all the components of a software-defined radio, and built an implementation to prove it . The input for the SDR taps directly into one of the high impedance inputs with a simple loop antenna made out of telephone cable. The actual software-defined part of this radio borrows heavily from an Xilinx application note , while everything is controlled by either SDR# or HDSDR . [Pavel] included a pre-built SD card image with all his software, so cloning this project is simply a matter of copying an SD card and building an antenn...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/03/02/using-the-red-pitaya-as-an...

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Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 02 Mar '15, 3pm

Astronauts flying on the International Space Station took this photograph of the south end of the Red Sea and the Gulf of ...

Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 01 Mar '15, 11pm

Astronauts flying on the International Space Station took this photograph of the south end of the Red Sea and the Gulf of ...

Djibouti and the Southern Red Sea: The nation i...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 01 Mar '15, 11pm

Astronauts flying on the International Space Station took this photograph of the south end of the Red Sea and the Gulf of ...

Design & Build Part 2: Phasing SSB and SDR

Design & Build Part 2: Phasing SSB and SDR

hackaday.com 04 Mar '15, 3pm

only operates radio equipment he builds from scratch, is the author of Small and Short-Range Radar Systems , co-founder of...

My comments in this week's Electronics Weekly on why #IoT needs FPGAs and SDR | Electronics Weekly vi…

My comments in this week's Electronics Weekly o...

electronicsweekly.com 27 Feb '15, 8pm

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Using Cheap Displays With The Raspberry Pi

hackaday.com 05 Mar '15, 12pm

I’m looking into using a Pi to control a robot if I ever get around to building the robot :P I honestly thing a micro cont...