Software Defined Radio Receiver USB Stick - RTL2832 w/R820T

$22.50

Description

If you've ever been curious about software defined radio (SDR), this USB stick is the easiest way possible to have fun with a powerful, configurable receiver. Packed with the powerful RTL2832U and R820T tuner, it can tune into signals from 24MHz to 1850MHz. That means you can use a computer (with Windows, Mac, or Linux) to tune into: FM Radio, AM signals (but not AM radio), CW (morse code!), unencrypted radio signals (such as those used by many police and fire departments), POCSAG pagers, and more.

Price: $22.50

Now shipping to more countries.

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Anibit now ships to the following countries,

  • United States
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • France new!
  • Germany new!
  • Ireland new!
  • Netherlands new!
  • United Kingdom new!

We've expanded serviced countries based on where our web visitors are coming from, general fraud rates, and ease of export/shipping from the US. If you would like to nominate your country for our next expansion, let us know!

New Service - Laser Cutting

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We're jazzed to introduce a new service at Anibit, we're now offering small-scale laser cutting fabrication services!

This is a very exciting expansion for us into the "Maker" and artist services market. Lasers are awesome!

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What's in the pipeline

For now, we're offering a general service where we can manufacture your designs and ship them to you.

We also, offer a custom-designed acrylic case, see here

In the near future, we're going to expand on our case offering to allow you to pick a set of features for a project case, and order a case custom tailored to your needs. One of the coolest feature will be the ability to upload a set of gerber files to have an automatic size and board mount holes incorporated into your box! We have this working in internal software as a proof of concept, and we can't wait to offer the service!

Hacking the ESP8266 Module

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Hackaday has a great article about efforts to hack the ES8266 Serial Wifi board that's making news in the maker community lately.
Some diligent peeps over at esp8266.com have managed to get gcc compiling for the Tensilica Xtensa LX3 microcontroller utilized on the board.


Youtuber "CNLohr", even managed to run a Minecraft server on it, hat's off to you, sir!
 

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