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SunSDR-MB1 Transceiver New GUI for a Mono Block PC+SDR inside

The SunSDR-MB1 – A new Stand Alone Fully DUC/DDC Software Defined Radio for HF/6M/VHF 125W Transceiver by Expert Electronics, LLC (Russia) – It will be presented at the Exhibition HAM Radio 2014 in Germany, Friedrichshafen – Simply a mono-bolck (PC+SDR) with Intel Core i5 CPU & W7 installed inside… etc.

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Direct conversion in RX/TX mode, in HF/VHF bands – Frequency range 0-75MHz, 95-155MHz- Wide band spectrum panadapter up to 80MHz. – Two independent receivers- In the first model SunSDR-MB1 two independent receivers are realized inside software – (In a next more expensive’s model will installed two ADC’s with possibility of diversity reception) – High dynamic range of receiver: up to 120dB in the HF, and up to 116dB in the VHF.- Sensitivity, uV: 0.07 (Preamp on) / 0.13 (Preamp off).

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RN6LHF Vassil, writes: (2014/06/12) Main DSP functions: VOX, Compressor, Gate (via microphone AGC – works smoothly), NR, NB, ANF, Binatural, Equalizer RX, Equalizer TX(for each type of microphone-electret, dynamic, PC microphone).- Modes: AM, SAM, DSB, LSB, USB, CW, NFM, WFM, SPEC, DIGL, DIGU, DRM…

Expert Electronics, LLC to be demonstrated during the exhibition in 27 – 29 June is the fully DUC/DDC SunSDR2 transceiver with the newest ExpertSDR2 software and SDR-control panel E-Coder. – Also introducing and to be demonstrated is newest radio, the completely autonomous SDR DUC/DDC SunSDR-MB1 v.2 transceiver.

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Stand-alone SDR Radio has a full computer inside (i5 processor and more), can push one button and can works in!
For more information about the newly developed SunSDR-MB1 transceiver please visit the forum page (link below).
Link to: Трансивер SunSDR-MB1 Добавлено 04.06.2014

[Note] – Detailed specifications: please see the official  sources – All specifications are subject to change without notice – All trademarks belong to their respective holders.- This page is just a non-official overview, where no one should draw any conclusions – All images and versions above is for illustration only.

SunSDR-MB1 A SDR Stand alone – ANAN-100 & 200D Tests Report Updated 2014 by VA7OJ

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SunSDR-MB1 HF/6m/VHF Transceiver a new Stand-alone Made in Russia by Expert Electronics LLC – The SDR Transceiver based on DDC/DUC (Direct Conversion technologies) MB1 new Stand-alone SDR…see link – The ANAN-100D SDR & ANAN-200D HF/6m DDC/DUC Transceivers Made in India  by Apache Labs – Download the latest Tests Report & Review Iss. 5 2014  by Adam, VA7OJ/AB4OJ.  See update news and links below!

Expert Electronics SunSDR-MB1 Stand Alone Software Defined Radio (Preliminary 2013) – For last news and update model Ver. 2 MB1  see the link 2014 (20/06/2014 ) below: http://www.radiocronache.com/2014/06/sunsdr-mb1-v-2-sdr-transceiver/

Others Previous Features (by SunSDR Forum 08/06/2013):

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Direct Conversion ADC sample rate: 160MHz, ADC resolution: 16 bit SFDR receiver: 78-82 dB – DUC sample rate: 360MHz, DUC resolution: 14 bit High perfomance 24 bit Audio Codec on board – Connect to PC: LAN/WLAN (Ethernet/WiFi 802.11 g/n) – Trasmitter Output power, nominal: 125W (HF), 30W (VHF) – IMD3 DR of transmitter: about 30-40 dB – Very small CW delay: 10ms – Size: 370x160x270mm, Weight: 10 Kg.

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SunSDR-MB1 Rear Panel Inputs/outputs: Two VHF (SO239)- Two HF (SO239)- Wide RF input port direct connect to high speed ADC (SMA) & DUC (SMA) for XVTRX, measurement etc.-

Software: ExpertSDR2 (all updates)  is free. – SunSDR-MB1 is available for order.

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Program ExpertSDR is developed by the company Expert Electronics to support the SunSDR-transceiver – (Bасилий, Vasily writes: User can push one button (20 sec start time/ 5 sec finish time) and can works in radio air without keyboard and mouse.. etc.) – Link to: Expert Electronics LLC Home-page

ANAN-100D/E SDR  Made in India Tests Report by VA7OJ (Issue 5 Aug. 2014 including ANAN-200D (!! see link below!)

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Apache Labs Specifications: (summarized) ANAN-100D & E All Mode Receiver SDR Direct Down Conversion type –

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Frequency Coverage 10kHz – 55MHz – Dynamic Range 125dBm – Noise Floor (500Hz Bandwidth @ 14.2Mhz) -140 dBm – FPGA type EP4CE115  – On board DSP processing Extensive, including optiona Sof Core processing – Master Clock 122.88MHz  and phase noise @ 10kHz -149dBc.

Apache Labs has announced: Apache Labs and OM Hermann, DL3HVH are pleased to announce a strategic tie up for the development of cuSDR software for the ANAN series transceivers, cuSDR is a state-of-the-art SDR platform and has key advantages such as capability to simultaneously display multiple receivers with Panadapter and waterfall displays!

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All Mode Trasmitter SDR Direct Up Conversion type – RF Output 1-100W – Coverange 160-6M – Modulation Digital Low Level – Carrier & Unwanted Sideband Greater than -90dBc – Harmonic 50dB (HF) 60dB (VHF) – 2xRD100HHF1 Mosfet 100W (160-6m).

News by Apache Labs Support: “We are pleased to announce that the ANAN series HF & 6M SDR transceivers including the ANAN-10, ANAN-100D and the ANAN-200D are now CE and RTTE certified as per EU trade directives”.

ANAN-100D & ANAN-200D Tests Report – Iss. 5, August 5, 2014  by Adam, VA7OJ:  Supersedes all previous issue! 

This is a revised test report, presenting results of an RF lab test suite performed on an Apache Labs ANAN-100D direct-sampling/DUC SDR transceiver loaned by Apache Labs. Appendix I presents selected tests conducted on an ANAN- 200D. – As a result, several receiver parameters were re-tested. – The Issue 5 incorporates the results of these re-tests (denoted by “R”).

pdf_logoLink to: The ANAN-100D & 200DTests Report (5) VA7OJ
 Link to: Apache Labs Private Limited (Apache Labs) page

[Note] All specifications are subject to change without notice – All trademarks belong to their respective holders. – This page is just a non-official overview, where no one should draw any conclusions – all images and versions above is for illustration only.