NooElec NESDR SMArTee XTR SDR – Premium RTL-SDR w/ Extended Tuning Range, Aluminum Enclosure, Bias Tee, 0.5PPM TCXO, SMA Input. RTL2832U & E4000-Based Software Defined Radio

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This premium RTL-SDR was designed, developed and fabricated by NooElec in the USA and Canada in order to implement a wide array of feature requests.

The integrated, highly-regulated 3.3v bias-tee is ready to power your RF accessories–no hardware or software modifications are required to activate the bias-tee. The bias-tee is protected by an automatically resetting fuse, to ensure your investment is safe from accidental short-circuits of the RF input.

Compared to R820T-based devices, this E4000-based SDR excels at sensitivity at 1500MHz, and is capable of far higher frequencies–up to approximately 2350MHz. There is a small gap in frequency capability near 1100MHz. As such, we do NOT recommend this device for ADS-B usage. For ADS-B, consider NESDR SMArt, also available on Amazon.

For full product specifications, please visit our website at nooelec.com

Included:

✔ NESDR SMArTee XTR SDR in silver brushed aluminum enclosure

SDR Specifications:

✔ RTL2832U Demodulator/USB interface IC
✔ E4000 tuner IC
✔ Integrated, always-on bias-tee (3.3V, 100mA max)
✔ 0.5PPM, ultra-low phase noise TCXO
✔ 2 RF-suitable voltage regulators
✔ Shielded primary inductor
✔ Integrated custom heatsink
✔ 2 silicone pads
✔ Female SMA antenna input
✔ High-quality silver brushed aluminum enclosure
✔ Frequency capability approximately 65MHz-2300MHz, with small frequency gap near 1100MHz

TCXO Specifications:

✔ Frequency stability: 0.5PPM (max)
✔ Phase noise @1kHz offset: -138dBc/Hz (or better)
✔ Phase noise @10kHz: -150dBc/Hz (or better)
✔ Phase noise @100kHz: -152dBc/Hz (or better)