SunSDR-MB1 HF/6m/VHF Transceiver a new Stand-alone Made in Russia by Expert Electronics LLC - On the “Maykop 2013″ HAM Fest for the first time was presented the SDR Transceiver based on DDC/DUC (Direct Conversion technologies) via our transceiver SunSDR2 (MB1 new Stand-alone SDR… like Flex-6000 Series Made in USA). - ANAN-100D SDR HF/6m DDC/DUC Transceiver Made in India by Apache Labs, download the full Test Report & Review by Adam, VA7OJ/AB4OJ. See more news and links below!
Expert Electronics SunSDR-MB1 Stand Alone Software Defined Radio
Preliminary Features - In one box we have: Full PC (Micro-ITX PC, Intel Core i5 CPU, full blown Windows 7 (or Linux Ubuntu)), Transceiver’s hardware core based on SunSDR2 SDR transceiver, 125W PA, PA LPF, ATU (option), Antenna switch, GPS receiver (option), WLAN (option), 7-inch color TFT display and more. (click the pictures to enlarge)
Others Features (by SunSDR Forum 08/06/2013): Software: ExpertSDR2 (own software)- Direct conversion in RX/TX mode in HF/VHF bands – Frequency range 0-80MHz, 80-160MHz – Wide band spectrum panadapter up to 80MHz – Two independent receivers – High dynamic range IMD3 of receiver: up to 119-120dB in the HF, and up to 114dB in the VHF.
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.
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.-
RX Out, uses with external BPF, ATT, P. AMP and ADC IN. (SMA)- WiFi antenna connectors for 801.11 g/n up to 300Mb/s WAN (SMA) – ALC input port (RCA) – Ethernet connector (RJ-45) – RS-232 connector (DB9) – HDMI connector for external display – 2xUSB connectors and many others...
Approximate price (! Source: Василий, Vasily – SunSDR-forum):
Basic ver. 2500 EURO (without options) - Full ver. 3000 EURO (with WiFi, GPS, ATU) – Software: ExpertSDR2 (all updates) is free. - SunSDR-MB1 is available for order.
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 ENG
ANAN-100D/E SDR Made in India Test Report by VA7OJ (!! see link below!)
Apache Labs Specifications: (summarized) ANAN-100D & E All Mode Receiver SDR Direct Down Conversion type -
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!
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-100 and the ANAN-100D are now CE and RTTE certified as per EU trade directives”.
ANAN-100D Test Report – Iss. 1, Sept. 1, 2013 – Adam, VA7OJ writes:
This report presents results of an RF lab test suite performed on an Apache Labs ANAN-100D direct-sampling/DUC SDR transceiver loaned by Stefan Wagener VE4NSA. Due to time constraints, I tested the radio only in the lab, and did not evaluate it on-air. The software version in use was PowerSDR mRX-FFT v3.1.5, and the firmware was Ver. 1.9.
[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 (tnx by iØgej)