2017.12-rc1 and Automatic Gain Control

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  The long-awaited 2017.12-rc1 release is now available on GitHub! This release includes a stable version of Automatic Gain Control (AGC) for the bladeRF, as well as a new way of using a configuration file to quickly configure your bladeRF with your favorite settings. The software features are available for all bladeRF devices. This remainder… Read more »

2016.06 Release

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The 2016.06 release is available on GitHub. An updated Windows installer and installation guide (PDF) may be via the Nuand Support page. installers Major additions in this release include…   libbladeRF API calls to configure the SMB clock port as an input or output These API calls provide the ability to programmatically configure the use… Read more »

124MHz of bandwidth with bladeRF

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  6/22 Update: The coupon has changed to 30% off and been extended for one more day! 6/21 Update: Coupon now applies to 25 x115s as well! USE COUPON CODE MHZ TO BUY A BLADERF FOR $199 FOR ONE DAY ONLY! ONLY 50 UNITS WILL BE SOLD AT THIS PRICE! Software defined radios are capable of… Read more »

bladeRF VHDL ADS-B decoder

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  Source release Github repository : https://github.com/Nuand/bladeRF-adsb   We are releasing the source to a high performance hardware accelerated ADS-B decoder that is compatible with the bladeRF. The decoder, and all relevant VHDL, C, and MATLAB design files are available. The decoder has a range of >270miles, can resolve many bit errors, and correct for packet collisions;… Read more »

2016.01-rc1 Release

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The 2016.01-rc1 release is available on GitHub. Happy new year, everyone! This release includes a number fixes and some great new features. Notable items in this release are: A redesigned Object-Oriented MATLAB® interface and Simulink® support via a System Object. Support for taming the bladeRF’s on-board VCTCXO via a 1.8V 1 PPS or 10 MHz… Read more »