Artificial Intelligence Radio - Transceiver (AIR-T)

by Deepwave Digital

A high-performance SDR seamlessly integrated with state-of-the-art deep learning hardware

View all updates Jun 27, 2018

AIR-T is live!

We'll keep this short and sweet - the AIR-T campaign is now live! Thanks for your interest in the project and patience as we prepared the campaign. AIR-T is available at a 10% discount during the campaign. Be sure to check out the main campaign page for all the details and don't hesitate to get in touch with questions or comments. We'll be posting weekly updates throughout the campaign in order to highlight specific features and use cases, so stay tuned.


$176,914 raised

of $20,000 goal

884% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$5,500

AIR-T

The AIR-T is the first platform that enables out-of-the-box machine learning wireless systems. Simply port current GNURadio or code directly in Python to access the radio frequency spectrum. Includes, AIR-T board, four MCX-to-SMA cables, getting started tutorial, and power supply.


$399

Air-T Enclosure

The Air-T enclosure is expertly constructed from aluminum to produce a polished, elegant, and sleek metallic silver finish. It measures 192 x 182 x 79 mm (7.5 x 7.2 3.1 inches) and the power button illuminates blue when they system is on. All RF ports are brought to the front of the enclosure for ease of use and all computer peripherals connections are brought to the rear.

Credits

Deepwave Digital

We are a dedicated team of radio frequency and wireless industry experts with over fifty years of combined experience providing digital signal processing solutions to the commercial and defense industries. We understand both the technical capabilities as well as the limitations of these technologies, leading us to develop novel hardware and software solutions to combine the fields of artificial intelligence and signal processing.


John Ferguson

Steven Kline

Peter Witkowski

Steve Lisi

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