Kiwi SDR Receiver

The KiwiSDR is a software-defined radio that attaches to a Seeed BeagleBone Green (BBG) embedded computer. It is available as the board alone or a more complete version including BBG, GPS antenna and enclosure with the software pre-installed on the BBG. The Kiwi is different from other SDRs. It is a standalone device that attaches to your local network and is optionally accessed through the Internet. A browser is used to connect to the user interface. Most other SDRs generate raw IQ data and need to be connected directly to a PC or laptop running OS-specific, installed software.

More Information about the KiwiSDR Receiver here website as well.

Antenna: Home made Inverted-V Antenna
Internet Access: (OFFLINE)

Software used
SDR Console from SDR Radio

SDR Information
Software Defined Radio Wikipedia in German
Software Defined Radio Wikipedia in English

SDR Test-Equipment
HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.

DX-Patrol MK4
Full coverage reception form 100KHz to 2GHz SDR. Link for oder at GIANORA-HSU, Switzerland

Link for oder at Lutz Electronics, Switzerland