Competition – ADALM PLUTO – Software-Defined Radio Active Learning Module

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The easy to use ADALM-Pluto kit is a high-frequency kit that enables you to gain in-depth knowledge about software-defined radio (SDR), that is, the setting of frequency bands and properties via software, for high frequency and wireless communication. The kit features a frequency range extending from 325 MHz to 3.8 GHz as well as a built-in transmit and receive channel. Users can familiarize themselves with the system with support from the book Software-Defined Radio for Engineers, which can be downloaded from analog.com for free. The book also describes a few experiments that can be done with the ADALM-Pluto kit.

The Kit Includes:

  • Analog Devices PlutoSDR active learning module
  • Two antennas (824 MHz to ~894 MHz/ 1710 MHz to ~2170 MHz)
  • One 15 cm SMA cable
  • One USB cable

Features:

  • Portable self-contained RF learning module
  • Cost-effective experimen­tation platform
  • RF coverage from 325 MHz to 3.8 GHz
  • Flexible rate, 12-bit ADC and DAC
  • One transmitter and one receiver (female SMA, 50 Ω)
  • Half or full-duplex
  • MATLAB, Simulink support
  • GNU Radio sink and source blocks
  • Libiio, a C, C++, C#, and Python API
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Plastic enclosure
  • USB powered
  • Up to 20 MHz of instanta­neous bandwidth (complex I/Q)

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