LinRADiO by RADIXON Software-Defined Radio for Linux
   

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Radixon Group manufactures radio communications equipment for a very wide range of applications. Our customers include professional communications radio users in government, industry, military, security, surveillance and spectrum monitoring organizations, as well as many radio and computer enthusiasts. Since 1996, our award-winning receivers have been pioneering the integration of radio and computing technologies, continually enhanced by our innovative software. Our highly reliable products have been operating faultlessly in difficult conditions in some of the most hostile places of the planet.
For a complete summary of our products, please see the WiNRADiO product website. Products for which Linux support currently exists, include the following:

RLX-810

The RLX-810 Network Receiver consists of a software-defined radio receiver and a web server on a Linux-based industrial computer platform. No additional hardware such as a PC, keyboard or monitor are required on the server side. The unit contains a highly reliable Linux computer for server-side processing and recording storage. User interface is accomplished using a Java applet that guarantees platform independence. This product may be used as a basis of an unattended radio monitoring system, Internet radio station or in other remotely-controlled surveillance or logging applications.

WR-G313i PCI-bus receiver

The WR-G313i model is a software-defined high-performance HF receiver (9 kHz to 30 MHz, optionally extendable to 180 MHz) on a PCI card. Intended for government, military, security, surveillance, broadcast monitoring, industrial and demanding consumer applications, the receiver is extremely sensitive, making it possible to comfortably read CW signals under 0.05 µV input levels, yet featuring a respectable 95 dB dynamic range making the receiver resistant to strong signal overload. The high sensitivity is also matched by that of the S-meter: The fully calibrated S-meter shows the received signal levels in dBm, µV or S-units, down to the ‑140 dBm noise floor.

The standard hardware and software package consists of the receiver card, Windows-based software, a start-up antenna and a user's manual. Linux drivers are available as a free download.

WR-G313e USB receiver

The WR-G313e model is an external, USB-interfaced version of the above WR-G313i receiver, with the same RF performance and specification.

The standard hardware and software package consists of the receiver in a suitable enclosure, Windows-based software, a start-up antenna and a user's manual. Linux drivers are available as a free download.

WR-G315i PCI-bus receiver

The WR-G315i is a software-defined high-performance VHF/UHF receiver (9 kHz to 1800 MHz) on a PCI card. Intended for government, military, security, surveillance, broadcast monitoring, industrial and demanding consumer applications, the receiver offers an unparalleled flexibility given its SDR architecture, respectable dynamic range, and high sensitivity. Many useful features complement the receiver, making it capable of filling not only the role of a monitoring receiver but also that of a measuring receiver, such as the calibrated S-meter showing the received signal levels in dBm, ÁV or S-units, down to the -140 dBm noise floor, several spectrum analyzers, and many other features not usually found on receivers of this price.

The standard hardware and software package consists of the receiver card, Windows-based software, a start-up antenna and a user's manual. Linux drivers are available as a free download.

WR-G315e USB receiver

The WR-G315e model is an external, USB-interfaced version of the above WR-G315i receiver, with the same RF performance and specification.

The standard hardware and software package consists of the receiver in a suitable enclosure, Windows-based software, a start-up antenna and a user's manual. Linux drivers are available as a free download.

WR-G526e USB front-end tuner

The WR-G526e model is a 20-3000 MHz front-end and a versatile SDR development receiver platform of USB-interfaced modular building blocks suitable for the development of high-performance SDR receivers for fast signal intercept, acquisition and monitoring applications, precision direction finding and beam-forming. The robust, low-power tuner features a wide instantaneous IF bandwidth of 22 MHz, centered at 21.4 MHz output frequency. It can be deployed in fixed, land mobile, or airborne installations, and is able to support single-channel as well as multi-channel phase-coherent applications with excellent phase and impedance matching between channels.

The standard hardware and software package consists of the tuner, Windows-based demonstration software and a user's manual. Linux drivers are available as a free download.