TechMinds: Reviewing the ANTSDR E200
A few days ago we posted about the upcoming crowdfunding campaign of the MicroPhase AntSDR E200, an SDR that is very similar to the PlutoSDR, but with a much larger FPGA and more stable TCXO. One interesting feature is that it can run PlutoSDR or USRP firmware, allowing it to work with software that supports either hardware.
Over on YouTube Matt from the TechMinds YouTube channel has received an early unit and uploaded a video review.
In the video Matt explains the features and specifications of the ANTSDR E200, shows how to set it up with either the PlutoSDR or USRP firmware, and then demonstrates it working in SDR Console and SDR Angel as an emulated PlutoSDR. He goes on to show how to install and run the USRP UHD firmware, where the ANTSDR emulates an USRP b205mini.
SDR, or software-defined radio, is a type of radio communication system where software-based functions take the place of or complement traditional hardware components ovo game
it have a enclosure, but this case is not on the crowfunding site…