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List of software-defined radios

This article provides a list of commercially available software-defined radio receivers.

Name Type Frequency range Max bandwidth RX
ADC
bits
TX
DAC
bits
TX capable Sampling rate Panadapters / Receivers Host Interface Windows Linux Mac FPGA Base price
ADAT ADT-200A[1] Pre-built 10 kHz – 30 MHz (planned modules for 50–54 MHz, 70.0–70.5 MHz, and 144–148 MHz) 0.5–100 kHz ? ? 1/3 Embedded system (no computer needed), USB, Internet remote Yes, with option R-1 & ADAT Commander ? ? CHF 5,220
AD-FMCOMMS2-EBZ[2] Pre-built 2400 – 2500 MHz 12 12 Yes 61.44 MSPS 2/2 FMC (to Xilinx board) then USB 2.0 or Gigabit Ethernet. Yes Yes Yes US$750
AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ[3] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz 12 12 Yes 61.44 MSPS 2/2 FMC (to Xilinx board) then USB 2.0 or Gigabit Ethernet. Yes Yes Yes US$750
AD-FMCOMMS4-EBZ[4] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz 12 12 Yes 61.44 MSPS 1/1 FMC (to Xilinx board) then USB 2.0 or Gigabit Ethernet. Yes Yes Yes US$399
AD-FMCOMMS5-EBZ[5] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz 12 12 Yes 61.44 MSPS 4/4 FMC (to Xilinx board) then USB 2.0 or Gigabit Ethernet. Yes Yes Yes US$1,125
ADALM-PLUTO[6] Pre-built 325 MHz – 3.8 GHz (70 MHz – 6 GHz with software modification[7]) 20 MHz (streaming may be less due to USB 2.0) 12 12 Yes 61.44 MSPS 1/1 USB 2.0, Ethernet & WLAN with USB-OTG adapter Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Zynq Z-7010 US$99
AFEDRI SDR[8] Pre-built 100 kHz – 30 MHz 1.85 MHz ? No 80 MSPS 0/2 USB 2.0, 10/100 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$249
AirSpy[9] Pre-build 24 – 1750 MHz 12 N/A No 20 MSPS MSps ADC sampling, up to 80 MSPS for custom applications 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes using ports none US$169
AirspyHF+[10] Pre-built 9 kHz - 31 MHz

60 MHz - 260 MHz

660 kHz 18 N/A No 36 MSPS 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$199
Apache Labs ANAN-10E[11] Pre-built 10 kHz – 55 MHz 14 ? Yes 10W 122.88 Msps 0/2 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$995
Apache Labs ANAN-10/100 Pre-built 10 kHz – 55 MHz 16 ? Yes 10/100W 122.88 Msps 0/4 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$1,649-US$2,449
Apache Labs ANAN-100D/200D Pre-built 10 kHz – 55 MHz 16 ? Yes 100W 122.88 Msps 0/7 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$3,299-US$3,999
Apache Labs ANAN-7000DLE[12] Pre-built 9 kHz – 60 MHz 16 16 Yes 100W ? 0/7 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$2,995
Apache Labs ANAN-8000DLE

[13]

Pre-built 0 kHz - 61.44 MHz 16 16 Yes 200W ? 0/7 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes Altera Cyclone IV US$4,395
AOR AR-2300[14] Pre-built 40 kHz – 3.15 GHz ? No 65 MSPS 1/1 Embedded system (no computer needed), USB Yes ? ? US$3,299
ARSP / Wideband MIMO[15] early kit / pre-built 400 MHz – 4.4 GHz ? ? 8mhz streaming / 50mhz ? USB 2.0 Yes Yes No Unknown
ASR-2300[16] Pre-Built / Open Source Design 300 MHz – 3.8 GHz, two general wideband RX and selectable GPS, ISM, PCS, UHF RX bands ? ? <40 MHz (Programmable) 0/2 USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Yes Yes Yes US$1,500
Bitshark Express RX[17] Kit 300 MHz – 4 GHz ? 105 MSPS (RX only) 0/1 ? PCIe Yes Yes ? US$4,300
bladeRF[18] Pre-built 300 MHz – 3.8 GHz 12 12 80 kSPS – 40 MSPS ? USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Yes Yes Yes Altera Cyclone 4 E US$420
ColibriDDC[19] Pre-built 10 kHz – 62.5 MHz,

up to 800 MHz (oversampling)

38 – 312 kHz 14 No 125 MSPS 3/4 10/100 Ethernet Yes Yes ? US$650
COM-3011[20] Pre-built 20 MHz – 3 GHz ext External ADC required (I/Q output) ? USB Yes ? ? US$345
Crimson TNG[21] Pre-built DC – 6 GHz > 1200 MHz

(4 independent RX chains and 4 independent TX chains, each capable of up to 322MHz of RF bandwidth)

16 16 Yes
  • Four dual channel, 16 bit, 370 MSPS ADCs
  • Two quad channel, 16 bit, 2500 MSPS DACs
4/4 2x 10Gbit/s SFP+, Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$6,000
Cross Country Wireless SDR receiver v. 3[22] Pre-built 472 – 479 kHz,

7.0–7.3 MHz/10.10–10.15 MHz,
and 14.00–14.35 MHz

ext External ADC required (I/Q output) 1/1 Crystal controlled two channels Yes Yes Yes US$80
DRB 30[23] Pre-built 30 kHz – 30 MHz ext External ADC required (I/Q output) ? LPT parallel port Up to XP ? ? US$390
DX Patrol[24] Pre-built 100 kHz – 2 GHz (RTL2832U, R820T, 40 MHz upconverter) 8 No 2.4 (up to 3.2) Msps ? USB Yes ? ? 100
easySDR USB Dongle[25] Pre-built 64 – 1700 MHz ? No 48, 96 kHz 0/1 USB Yes No No US$110
Elektor SDR[26] Bare PCB and pre-built 150 kHz – 30 MHz ? No Soundcard ADC: 48, 96, and 192 kHz 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$41-US$46 for PCB
Elektor AVR SDR[27] Kit and pre-built up to 1 MHz in undersampling ? up to 15  kS/s 0/1 UART via RS2-232 converter or USB bridge Yes Yes Yes US$145-US$160
ELAD FDM-S1[28] Pre-built 20 kHz – 30 MHz,

up to 200 MHz in undersampling

? No 61.44 MHz 1/4 USB Yes No No Xilinx 369
ELAD FDM-S2[29] Pre-built HF:9 kHz – 52 MHz / FM:74 MHz - 108 MHz / VHF:135 MHz - 160 MHz 6 MHz ? No 122.88 MHz 1/8 USB 2.0 Yes No No Xilinx Spartan-6 525
ELAD FDM-DUO[30] Pre-built HF:10 kHz – 54 MHz
(experimental up to 165 MHz)
6 MHz 16 ? Yes 122.88 MHz 1/8+1 Embedded system + 3x USB 2.0 Yes No No Xilinx Spartan-6 1,159
Elecraft KX3[31] Pre-built or kit 0.5 – 54 MHz

(144–148 MHz optional)

14 ? Yes 30 kHz? 0/1 USB or embedded system (no computer needed) Yes Yes Yes US$900
FiFi-SDR[32] Pre-built 200 kHz – 30 MHz ? No 96 kHz (integrated soundcard) 0/1 USB Yes Yes ? 120[33]
FLEX-6700[34] Pre-built 0.01 – 73, 135 – 165 MHz 24-192kHz RX (x8), 14MHz Display (x8) ? ? Yes 245.76 MSPS 8/8 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$7,499
FLEX-6700R[35] Pre-built 0.01 – 73, 135 - 165 MHz 24-192kHz RX (x8), 14MHz Display (x8) ? No 245.76 MSPS (receiver) 8/8 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$6,399
FLEX-6500[36] Pre-built 0.01 – 73 MHz 24-192kHz RX (x4), 14MHz Display (x4) ? ? Yes 245.76 MSPS 4/4 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$4,299
FLEX-6300[37] Pre-built 0.01 – 54 MHz 24-192kHz RX (x2), 14MHz Display (x2) ? ? Yes 122.88 MSPS 2/2 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$2,499
FLEX-5000A Pre-built 0.01 – 65 MHz 48-192kHz (x2) ? ? Yes 48, 96, 192 kHz 2/2 1394a Firewire Yes No No US$2,800
FLEX-3000 Pre-built 0.01 – 65 MHz 48-96kHz ? ? Yes 48, 96 kHz 1/1 1394a Firewire Yes No No US$1,700
FLEX-1500[38] Pre-built 0.01 – 54 MHz 48kHz ? ? Yes 48 kHz 1/1 USB Yes No No US$650
FreeSRP Pre-built (OSHW) 70 – 6000 MHz 61.44 MHz ? ? Yes 61.44 Msps 1/1 USB 3.0 ? ? ? US$300-US$400
FUNcube Dongle[39] Pre-built 64 – 1700 MHz ? No 96 kHz 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$160
FUNcube Dongle Pro+[39] Pre-built 0.15 – 240 MHz, 420 – 1900 MHz ? No 192 kHz 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$200
HackRF One[40] Pre-built 1 MHz – 6 GHz 20 MHz 8 8 Yes 8 – 20 Msps 0/1 USB 2.0 Yes Yes Yes US$299
HiQSDR[41] prebuilt modules & kits, pcbs 30 kHz – 62 MHz ? 48 – 960 kHz ? 10/100 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$650-US$1,400
HobbyPCB RS-HFIQ[42] Pre-built 3 MHz – 30 MHz Up to 250 kHz depending on Sound Card ? ? Yes, 5 Watts Depends on Sound Card 2/1 Using HDSDR software Relies on a computing asset with sound device to process I and Q input and output Yes, HDSDR, PowerSDR Yes, Quisk, Linrad, GNU Radio Yes, various software US$239
Hunter SDR[43] Kit 2.5 – 30 MHz (1 – 30 MHz typ.) ext External ADC required (I/Q output) ? USB Yes No No £85
ISDB-T 2035/2037[44] Pre-built 50 – 960 MHz 8 MHz ? 0.5-12 MS/s 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$25
Kanga Finningley[45] Kit 3.750 MHz ± 48 kHz ext No External ADC required (I/Q output) ? None Yes Yes Yes US$25
LimeSDR[46] Pre-built (full Open Source/Hardware) 100 kHz – 3.8 GHz 61.44 MHz (120 MHz internally) 12 ? Yes 61.44 Msps 2/2 USB 3.0, PCIe Yes Yes Yes Altera Cyclone IV US$299(USB) - US$799(PCIe)
LimeSDR-Mini[47] Pre-built (full Open Source/Hardware) 10 MHz – 3.5 GHz 30.72 MHz 12 ? Yes 30.72 Msps 1/1 USB 3.0, PCIe Yes Yes Yes Altera MAX 10 US$139
LD-1B[48] Pre-built 100 kHz – 30 MHz ext External ADC required (I/Q output) ? USB Yes ? ? US$285
Matchstiq[49] Pre-built 300 MHz – 3.8 GHz ? ? 40 MSPS (RX/TX) ? Embedded System or USB Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Spartan 6 US$4,500
MB1[50] Pre-built 10 kHz – 160 MHz 38–312 kHz 16 14 Yes 160 MSPS (RX), 640 MSPS (TX) 3/4 10/100 Ethernet, WLAN (optional) Yes Yes ? US$6,000
Mercury[51] Pre-built 0.1 – 55 MHz ? 122.88 MSPS 0/7 USB (via Ozy) or Ethernet (via Metis) Yes Yes Yes US$469
Myriad-RF 1[52] Pre-built 300 MHz – 3.8 GHz ? Programmable (16 selections);

0.75 – 14 MHz, Bypass mode

1/1 standard connector FX10A-80P Yes Yes Yes none US$299
NooElec NESDR SMArt[53] Pre-built 25 – 1750 MHz ? No USB Yes Yes ? US$20.95
NetSDR[54] PnP 0.1 kHz – 34 MHz ? No 80.0 MHz 0/1 ? Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$1,450
Noctar[55] Pre-built PCIe card 100 kHz – 4 GHz 200 MHz ? ? ? PCI Express ×4 No Yes No US$2,500
Odyssey TRX[56] Pre-build 0.5 – 55 MHz ? Yes 122.880 MSps ADC sampling, 48k-960k output samplrate 2/2 LAN, WiFi, USB Yes Yes Yes Altera Cyclone IV US$450
Perseus[57] Pre-built 10 kHz – 40 MHz (87.5–108 MHz using FM down-converter) 1.6 MHz 16 No 80 MS/s
(16 bit ADC)
? USB 2.0 Yes Yes [58] ? US$1,199
Pappradio[59] Pre-built 150 kHz – 30 MHz

(210 MHz using harmonics)

ext External ADC required (I/Q output) ? USB Yes Yes ? US$85
PCIe SDR MIMO 2x2[60] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz ? 61.44 Msps 2/2 PCIe (1x) No Yes No 1,500
PM-SDR[61] Pre-built 100 kHz – 50 MHz
(up to 165 MHz using harmonics)
192 kHz ext No External ADC required (I/Q output) ? USB Yes Yes ? US$220
PrecisionWave Embedded SDR[62] Pre-built / Customizable Frontends 1 MHz – 9.7 GHz
(depending on frontend)
2x RX: 155 MHz

2x TX: 650 MHz 2x2 MIMO Audio: up to 320 Kbps

? Yes 310 MSPS 2 Embedded System

Gigabit Ethernet / USB / JTAG / Audio

Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Zynq Z-7030 US$1,999- US$3,999
QS1R[63] Pre-built 10 kHz – 62.5 MHz (up to 500 MHz using images/alias) ? No 130 MHz 1/2-4 USB Yes Yes Yes Altera Cyclone III US$900
Quadrus (DRU-244A and SRM-3000)[64] Pre-build 0.1 – 440 MHz ? No 80 MSps ADC sampling, 48k-1.536M output samplrate 0/16 PCI Yes Yes Yes US$1,490
Realtek RTL2832U DVB-T tuner[65] Pre-built with custom driver 24 – 1766 MHz (R820T tuner) (sensitivity drops off considerably outside this range, but can go 0–2,200 MHz (E4000 tuner with direct sampling mod)) 8 No 2.4 MHz (can go up to 3.2 MHz but drops samples) ? USB Yes Yes Yes US$8-US$10
RDP-100[66] Pre-built RX, 0 – 125 MHz;

TX, 0–200 MHz

? Yes RX: 250 MSPS

TX - 800 MSPS

? Embedded System No No No Unknown
RTL-SDR R820T2 RTL2838U RECEIVER[67] Pre-built with custom driver 1 – 1766 MHz (R820T2 tuner) 8 No 2.4 MHz (can go up to 3.2 MHz but drops samples) ? USB Yes Yes Yes US$24.5-US$25.5
SDRplay: RSP1[68][68] Pre-built 10kHz – 2 GHz 10 MHz 12 No 2 X10 MSPS with 8 built-in preselection filters 1/1 USB Yes Yes Yes none US$99
SDRplay: RSP2[69][68] Pre-built 1kHz – 2 GHz 10 MHz 12 No 2 X 10 MSPS with 10 built-in preselection filters and 3 antenna ports 1/1 USB Yes Yes Yes none US$169
Soft66AD / Soft66ADD / Soft66LC4 / Soft66RTL[70] Pre-built 0.5 – 70 MHz ext No External ADC required (I/Q output) 0/1 USB Yes Unofficially ? US$20
SDR-IQ[71] PnP 0.1 kHz – 30 MHz ? 66.666 MHz 1/1 ? USB Yes Yes Yes US$525
SDR-IP[72] PnP 0.1 kHz – 34 MHz ? 80.0 MHz 1/1 ? Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$2,999
SDR-LAB SDR04[73] Pre-built 0.4 – 4 GHz ? 40 MHz ? USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Yes Yes Yes Unknown
SDRX01B[74] Pre-built and kit option 50 kHz – 200 MHz ext No < 2 MHz External ADC required (I/Q output) 0/1 - Scalable (multiple receiver can be connected to the same LO) Ethernet or USB usually, but other interfaces are available in MLAB modular system Yes Yes Yes US$90
SDR Minor[75] Pre-build 0.1 – 55 MHz ? No 122.880 MSps ADC sampling, 48k-960k output samplrate 1/1 LAN 10/100 Yes Yes No US$199
SDR-1[76] Kit and pre-built 530 kHz – 30 MHz ? up to 192 kHz depending on soundcard 0/1 USB Yes No No US$200
SDRstick UDPSDR-HF2[77] Pre-built 0.1 – 55 MHz ? 122.88 Msps 0/1 1G Ethernet via BeMicroCV-A9 Yes Yes Yes Altera (as an add-on) US$399
SDRstick UDPSDR-HF1[77]Please Note: A functional receiver requires both the UDPSDR-HF1 and a BeMicro SDK FPGA development board Pre-built 0.1 – 30 MHz ? No 80 Msps 0/1 1G Ethernet via BeMicroCV-A9 Yes Yes Yes Altera (as an add-on) US$169
SDR MK1.5 `Andrus`[78] Pre-built, Open Source Design 5 kHz – 31 MHz

(1.7 GHz downconverter opt.)

? No 64 MSPS ? USB 2.0, 10/100 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$480
SDR-4+[79] Pre-built 0.85 – 70.5 MHz ? No 48 kHz (integrated soundcard) 1/1 USB × 2 Yes Yes Yes US$260
SDR(X) HF, VHF & UHF[80] Pre-built 0.1 – 1850 MHz (R820T tuner) ? No Optimized for HF amateur bands with 4 user selectable pre-select HF filters ? USB Yes Yes Yes £89
SoftRock-40[81] Kit 7.5 MHz ext No 48 kHz 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$21
SoftRock RX Ensemble II[81] Kit 180 kHz – 3.0 MHz,

and 1.8 – 30 MHz operation

ext No External ADC required (I/Q output) 0/1 USB Yes Yes Yes US$67
Spectre[82] Pre-build 0.4 – 4 GHz 200 MHz 16 Yes 310 MSPS USB, Serial, jtag, 10Gbit/s SFP+ Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$10,000
SunSDR2 Pro[83] Pre-built 10 kHz – 160 MHz 38–312 kHz 16 14 Yes 160 MSPS (RX), 640 MSPS (TX) 3/4 10/100 Ethernet, WLAN (embedded) Yes Yes ? US$1,800
ThinkRF WSA5000[84] Pre-built 50 MHz – 8 GHz, 18 GHz or 27 GHz ? 125 MSPS ? 10/100/1000 Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$3,500-US$14,140
UHFSDR[85] Kit 1.75 – 700 MHz Tx/Rx ext Yes External soundcard required (I/Q input/output) ? LPT parallel port or USB/W QRP2000/UBW/UBW32 N\A N\A N\A US$40 (partial kit)
USRP B200[86] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz ? Yes 56 Msps Unknown USB 3.0 Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Spartan 6 XC6SLX75 US$675
USRP B210[87] Pre-built 70 MHz – 6 GHz ? Yes 56 Msps Unknown USB 3.0 Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Spartan 6 XC6SLX150 US$1,100
USRP N200[88] Pre-built DC – 6 GHz 16 Yes 25 Msps for 16-bit samples; 50 Msps for 8-bit samples Unknown Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$1,515
USRP N210[89] Pre-built DC – 6 GHz 16 Yes 25 Msps for 16-bit samples; 50 Msps for 8-bit samples Unknown Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Spartan 3A-DSP 3400 US$1,717
USRP X300[90] Pre-built DC – 6 GHz ? Yes 200 Msps Unknown Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, PCIe Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Kintex-7 XC7K325T US$3,900
USRP X310[91] Pre-built DC – 6 GHz ? Yes 200 Msps Unknown Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, PCIe Yes Yes Yes Xilinx Kintex-7 XC7K410T US$4,800
UmTRX[92] Pre-built 300 MHz – 3.8 GHz ? Yes 13 MSPS x2 ? Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes ? US$1,500
WinRadio WR-G31DCC[93] Pre-built 9 kHz – 50 MHz ? No 100 MSPS 3/3 USB Yes No No US$950
X-RAD[94] Pre-built RX: 950–1450 MHz

TX: 875–1525 MHz

? Yes RX: 1.6 GSPS

TX: 3.2 GSPS

? PCIe Yes No No Unknown
xtrx[95] Pre-built 30 – 3700 MHz ? Yes 160 Msps mini PCIe Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Zeus ZS-1[96] Pre-built 300 kHz – 30 MHz ? Yes 10 kHz, 20 kHz, 40 kHz, 100 kHz 1/3 USB 2.0 Yes No No 1,399
Lunaris-SDR[97] Pre-built 10 kHz – 55 MHz ? Yes 122.88 MSPS 0/4 Gigabit Ethernet Yes Yes Yes US$1,483

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