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ZMSDR - HF Software Defined transceiver



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ZMSDR is a HF software defined radio receiver and transmitter project based on USB controled PIC18F and Si570.

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Ham Radio


BSD License


  • HF SDR radio receiver for 2.5MHz - 30MHz
  • Simple low noise hardware design (schematic included)
  • 192KHz baseband I/Q output for ADC or sound cards
  • USB controlled Si570 local oscilator via PIC18F2550
  • OS X control software source code and PIC18F2550 firmware included
  • Upgradable width LCD display and control buttons via free pins on PIC18F2550
  • NEW: I/Q modulator / transmitter schematic


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