DXpatrolSDR MK4

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SDR ontvanger voor het gebied van 100 kHz tot 2 GHZ

  • Full coverage reception form 100KHz to 2GHz SDR
  • Direct Sample Mode * 
  • Very High performance Pre-amplifier +33dBm IP3* 
  • Font-end input antennas protection* 
  • Shielded Aluminum box* 
  • Independent antenna inputs for Shortwave and VHF&Up 
  • USB computer connection ( micro-usb) 
  • Accurate and efficient band filters 
  • Very clean audio reception 
  • SMA golden antenna connectors
  • LED power indication 
  • Small size 
  • Freeware software Windows, Linux, Android, IOS. 
  • Up to 3.2 M Sample rate
What can we listen with DXpatrol?
 
The Dxpatrol can be used as a wide band radio scanner. Applications include:
•Listening to unencrypted Police/Ambulance/Fire/EMS conversations.
•Listening to aircraft traffic control conversations.
•Tracking aircraft positions like a radar with ADSB decoding.
•Decoding aircraft ACARS short messages.
•Scanning trunking radio conversations.
•Decoding unencrypted digital voice transmissions.
•Tracking maritime boat positions like a radar with AIS decoding.
•Decoding POCSAG/FLEX pager traffic.
•Scanning for cordless phones and baby monitors.
•Tracking and receiving meteorological agency launched weather balloon data.
•Tracking your own self launched high altitude balloon for payload recovery.
•Receiving wireless temperature sensors and wireless power meter sensors.
•Listening to VHF amateur radio.
•Decoding ham radio APRS packets.
•Watching analogue broadcast TV.
•Sniffing GSM signals.
•Use on your Android device as a portable radio scanner.
•Receiving GPS signals and decoding them.
•Use as a spectrum analyzer.
•Receiving NOAA weather satellite images.
•Listening to satellites and the ISS.
• Radio astronomy.
•Monitoring meteor scatter.
•Listening to FM radio, and decoding RDS information.
•Listening to DAB broadcast radio.
•Use as a panadapter for your traditional hardware radio.
•Decoding taxi mobile data terminal signals.
•Use as a high quality entropy source for random number generation.
•Use as a noise figure indicator.
•Reverse engineering unknown protocols.
•Triangulating the source of a signal.
•Searching for RF noise sources.
•Characterizing RF filters and measuring antenna SWR