Software Defined Radio


A 70 MHz - 6 GHz SDR receiver in a USB stick

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StixRF is the smallest possible 70 MHz - 6 GHz digital radio wide-band receiver. With a USB 3-capable laptop and stixRF in your pocket, you will be ready to capture your signal of interest in seconds, regardless if it is VHF radio or 5 GHz band Wi-Fi. You will also save space in your embedded receiver installation with some of available powerful ARM platforms. And it is all easily controllable using the GNU Radio platform.

Features & Specifications

In the Press

Hackster News

"StixRF's tunable frequency range spans from 70 MHz to 6 GHz with a 40 MHz bandwidth which covers the majority of both license and unlicensed frequency bands."

About the Team

Amungo Navigation

St Petersburg, Russia  ·

Amungo Navigation creates hardware for geo-location.

Igor Tcarik

Strategic management, design of antennas

Simeon Voropaev

Hardware design, manufacturing and testing

Sergey Speranskiy

PCB design

Ivan Makushkin

Software development, embedded and signal processing

Daria Ianovskaia

RF circuits design, RA antennas LNA and NUT2NT+ board's RF circuits

Dmitriy Bitsulya

Software engineering, C/C++ Developer, NUT2NT+ GNSS-SDR support

Ekaterina Kolomnikova

Hardware assembling

Nadezhda Bybko

Supply and fulfillment management

Vladimir Vikulin

FPGA Design and Verification Engineer, FAE

Artem Krivosheev

FPGA code design

Andrey Khazov

Metal parts design

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