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NooElec NESDR Mini 2 USB RTL-SDR and ADS-B Receiver Set, RTL2832U and R820T2 Tuner, MCX Input. Low-Cost Software Defined Radio Compatible with Many SDR Software Packages, ESD-Safe.
- Included: NooElec USB dongle, antenna, remote control
- RTL2832U interface IC & R820T2 tuner IC on USB dongle
- New & improved telescopic antenna included
- Compatibile with most SDR software packages; software & drivers may be downloaded freely from nooelec.com
- All purchases from NooElec include installation support if needed
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Say hello to the newest member of NooElec's popular NESDR SDR-range, the NESDR Mini 2. The Mini 2 uses a brand-new tuner IC, the R820T2 made by Rafael Micro, to provide increased sensitivity and improved SNR. A greatly-improved telescopic metal antenna is also included with your SDR set at no extra charge. If you liked the NESDR Mini, you will love the NESDR Mini 2!
The perfect device for learning software defined radio, on the cheap. Amateur radio, ADS-B, police & fire scanning, trunking, satellite images--you name it, this little guy can probably do it. Outperforms many devices 10x its cost!
This custom NooElec SDR is a modified DVB-T USB dongle tuned for SDR usage, including upgraded crystal, capacitors and inductors compared to generic devices. Full compatibility with a large array of software packages, such as MATLAB, HDSDR, SDR Touch, SDR#, Planeplotter--too many to list.
MathWorks and NooElec have coordinated to bring MATLAB support for our SDR receivers. The RTL-SDR radio support package enables you to design wireless receivers using real world signals. Using Communications System Toolbox in conjunction with an RTL-SDR USB radio, you can design and prototype systems that process real-time wireless signals in MATLAB and Simulink
These units are based on the R820T2 tuner IC made by Rafael Micro. As such, they have a frequency capability of approximately 25MHz-1750MHz. There is also an RTL2832U IC on board of course, which acts as the demodulator and USB interface.
Interested in frequencies below 25MHz? We recommend you take a look at our Ham It Up upconverter, which will let you listen all the way down to 100kHz or lower with impeccable sensitivity.
The connector type on the SDR in female MCX, and on the antenna, male MCX. There are plenty of adapter and adapter cables available in our store if you want to connect your favorite antenna!
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Also, while the plastic enclosure annoyingly blocks adjacent USB ports on the Raspberry Pi 2, two of them become accessible if you remove the plastic case (pops off easily; just insert your fingernail on the side). I've ordered a 6 inch USB extension cable so I can move the NESDR away from the Pi and the WiFi dongle to reduce interference.
EDIT: It's been about a year since I bought it but it won't turn on after connecting power to my Pi, it did not do that before.
I was able to load and get the unit to operate in AM and NFM modes.
While I am able to see 22 local FM broadcast stations in the FFT chart
I am unable to have it go into the WFM mode. (Only NFM) as a result
I am unable to get recognizable sound. I am unable to find suitable form discussion
or software support. Unit look promising.