Over on YouTube, “Radio GS Rider” has posted a fascinating video showing how an RSP1 is used in France by F6CRP to monitor the deflected 143 MHz signals from the GRAVES long range radar. The YouTube video can be found here: https://youtu.be/YKlhfHsR9oE
This latest video starts by showing the differences between the RSP1 and the RSP1A, and then gives an excellent demonstration of how the latest SDRuno works – this is a great place to start for any newcomers to SDRuno – https://youtu.be/qUZerxeHJvc We continue to regularly add video guides to our Youtube Channel. The original series are […]
We have updated the Raspberry Pi 3 image to include support for the RSP1A. The current list of software included on the image is: SoapySDR/SoapySDRPlay, SoapyRemote, ADS-B (dump1090), CubicSDR and SDR-J DAB receiver* *SDR-J has not had specific RSP1A added, but may still work. Please note: This is a complete OS with software image. Writing […]
We are pleased to announce that we now offer a minimum warranty period of 12 months from date of purchase on all our RSP products. Full details of our support process in the event of any problems with your new RSP can be found by selecting the ‘terms and conditions’ link on the Purchasing page of our website.
We have updated the ADS-B (dump1090) software for compatibility with the RSP1A. The software now supports RSP1, RSP1A and RSP2/RSP2pro. It can be either downloaded from our Downloads page (for Windows, Linux and Raspberry Pi) – http://www.sdrplay.com/downloads or the source code can be built from our GitHub repository ( https://github.com/SDRplay/dump1090 ). The user guide has also been updated on […]
SoapySDRplay has now been updated to include support for the RSP1A. Vincent Sonnier also helped to make some improvements to CubicSDR for the RF gain display. Antenna selection for the RSP2 in CubicSDR has also been improved. See https://github.com/pothosware/SoapySDRPlay/wiki for details.
“Geostationary weather satellite image reception is more challenging than APT weather satellite image reception, but can be achieved well using an SDRplay RSP2” as described in this new post on our forum. The author writes “Before getting started in putting together a receiving system for HRIT and LRIT images, it is a good idea to […]
Many thanks to the SWLing.com post for this great review of the RSP1A. The author, Thomas summarises with these words: “Think of it this way: The RSP1A is the sporty-but-affordable compact car of the SDR world. It delivers performance well above its comparatively modest price and is fun to operate. In terms of DX, it gets […]
Here’s an update as to where we are with the software necessary for the new RSP1A. In addition to the Windows-based SDRuno, SDR-Console V3 preview and HDSDR capabilities already available on day 1, here’s an update on additional software for the RSP1A: We are happy to report that all the normally supported platforms now have […]