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KiwiSDR Kit

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KiwiSDR is a software-defined radio (SDR) covering shortwave, the longwave & AM broadcast bands, various utility stations, and amateur radio transmissions, world-wide, in the spectrum from 10 kHz to 30 MHz.

$299.00
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  • 10+: $269.10

PRODUCT DETAILS

KiwiSDR is a software-defined radio (SDR) covering shortwave, the longwave & AM broadcast bands, various utility stations, and amateur radio transmissions, world-wide, in the spectrum from 10 kHz to 30 MHz. The KiwiSDR is a custom circuit board (cape) you connect to the BeagleBone Green  or  BeagleBone Black computer. You simply add an antenna, power supply and network connection. The KiwiSDR is available in two versions: the cape alone and a more complete version including BBG, enclosure and GPS antenna. Both versions include software supplied on a micro-SD card.


An HTML5-capable browser and internet connection will let you listen to a public KiwiSDR anywhere in the world. Up to four people can listen simultaneously to one radio — each listener tunes independently.

Try it right now! Listen to KiwiSDR registered on the rx.kiwisdr.com  website.


Features

  • 100% Open Source / Open Hardware.

  • Browser-based interface allowing four simultaneous user web connections.

  • Each connection tunes an independent receiver channel over the entire spectrum.

  • Waterfall tunes independently of audio and includes zooming and panning.

  • Multi-channel, parallel DDC design using bit-width optimized CIC filters.

  • Good performance at VLF/LF since we personally spend time monitoring those frequencies.

  • Automatic frequency calibration via received GPS timing.

  • Easy hardware and software setup. Browser-based configuration interface.

  • Extension interface for adding decoders and utilities.

Technical details

Dimensions 0mm x0mm x0mm
Weight G.W 310g
Battery Exclude
SDR Covers the 10 kHz to 30 MHz (VLF-HF) spectrum.
Web interface Based on OpenWebRX from András Retzler, HA7ILM.
Demodulation modes AM, AMN, LSB, USB, CW, CWN, NBFM.
Extensions at present WSPR viewer/decoder, IQ display, Loran-C viewer.
RF antenna connector SMA and terminal block.
Integrated software-defined GPS receiver From Andrew Holme's Homemade GPS Receiver.
GPS receives the Navstar system on L1 frequency 1575.42 MHz.
GPS antenna connector SMA, 3.3V powered for active antennas.
Voltage +5V DC, 2.1mm jack, center pin positive.
Current 1.5A including Beagle, KiwiSDR powers Beagle through header connectors.
Dimensions KiwiSDR PCB 117mm * 55mm, SMA connectors additional.

Part List

KiwiSDR Board 1
Beaglebone Green 1
Unassembled enclosure 1
Skyworks SE4150L GPS front-end antenna 1
Micro-SD Card 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9023009000
USHSCODE 90230000
UPC 841454119340

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Documentations

Learn

GPS-enabled location and timing services have become a key technology in the current age of mobile technology. This project is to explore how they work, at a level below that of the standard NEMA sentences that most GPS modules provide for the user interface.
Comparing KiwiSDR, SDRPlay RSP2, and HackRF One.
This post shows how you would typically use a Kiwi.
The official site of KiwiSDR. You can find all you want to know about KiwiSDR here.

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    The Kiwi SDR Board is not working when I plug in 5V DC!!!!
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    Easy setup, work as described I had to wait a little before I got my KiwiSDR and that gave me time to build wideband antenna. When the package arrived, the receiver was up and running in less than 15 minutes. It did an automatic software update. From all the SDR receiver I have I like this one the most. I highly recommand it.
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    Well done. Received very quickly. the product now works on air.
    Thank you
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    service and product great Hard to get the nylon standoffs and nuts attached to the BBG. Tedious!
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