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
www.sdr.hu website as well.
Antenna: Home made Inverted-V Antenna
Internet Access: http://hb9ryz.homeip.net (OFFLINE)
SDR Console from SDR Radio
Software Defined Radio Wikipedia in German
Software Defined Radio Wikipedia in English
HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.
Full coverage reception form 100KHz to 2GHz SDR. Link for oder at GIANORA-HSU, Switzerland
Link for oder at Lutz Electronics, Switzerland