The new ColibriDDC is a small sized SDR receiver covering 9 kHz to 55 MHz and with external filters capable to receive frequencies up to 800 MHz. Direct digital signal sampling using a high speed digital to analog converter results in very high performance from a light and small package. The receiver is controlled via LAN opening many possibilities like remote control or control of several receivers from one PC. With the optional E-coder hardware controller it can serve as a second RX in a contest or DXing setup.
ADC with sampling frequency 125 MHz and 14 bit resolution
Two independent receiving channels with sampling bandwidth up to 312 kHz
Record frequency spectrum up to 312 kHz for later analysis
Opportunity to receive up to 800 MHz (additional external filters needed)
Wide spectrum scope, up to 60 MHz
24 bit audio – DAC for decreasing signal delay
7 open collector outputs for control of antenna switches, band pass filters or other accessories.
Mute input for using together with a transmitter or transceiver
Interface with PC – local network 100 Mbps
Low power consumption, 5V/0.64A
External reference generator input 10 MHz
Small dimensions W 64 x H 24 x L 112 mm
Dual channel HF receiver
Panadapter to classic transceivers
Dual band CW Skimmer (read application note)
Remote receiver for contests, DXing and other applications
Spectrum analyzer with wide spectrum scope up to 60 MHz
The ExpertSDR2 software package is used to control the ColibriDDC receiver. The software provides two independent receiving channels with up to 312 kHz
bandwidth. It comes with a preloaded database of broadcast stations which together with the ability to record entire broadcast bands for later playback makes it an
excellent choice for broadcast DXers. ExpertSDR2 runs under Windows XP/7/8 x32 or x64 and Linux Ubuntu x64. Minimum hardware requirement is Intel
Core2Duo, video card supporting OpenGL 1.5 and RAM 256 or more RAM.
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