The RFspace SDR-14 is a 14-bit software defined radio receiver. It offers a broad range of spectrum analyzer and demodulation capabilities. The hardware samples the whole 0-30 MHz band using a sampling rate of 66.667 MHz. The digital data from the ADC is processed into I and Q format using a direct digital converter (DDC). The I and Q data is then sent to the PC for processing using a USB interface. All of the demod and spectral functions are done on the PC side. The Panoramic adapter application is for use with communications receivers HF band IF frequencies at 8.83, 10.7, 21.4 MHz. etc). The connection between the SDR-14 and your PC is the USB jack on the rear panel. The SDR-14 is USB 2.0 'Full Speed' and is also fully compatible with USB 1.1.
Supported formats at this time include USB, LSB, AM, FM, WFM, CW, CWr and DSB. Filter bandwidths are continuously adjustable. DRM is now supported via special demod mode using third-party software (DREAM) by routing the demod audio through the mixer control.
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