RadioSlate is a sturdy aluminum tablet with an industry-favorite software-defined radio (SDR) board—your choice of HackRF or LimeSDR—tucked away behind its touchscreen. Whether you’re a Ham radio operator, a network engineer, a mobile base station designer, a security auditor, or some other variety of SDR enthusiast, RadioSlate lets you do your thing, even if that thing requires you to go outside and walk around, get unusually close to transmitters and receivers, keep one hand free for other tasks, or manage all of the above without drawing undue attention to yourself.
Explore the spectrum, while on the go, without having to drag along your laptop, an SDR board, and cables.
|Intel M3 8100Y 1.1 to 3.4 GHz, dual-core
|Intel UHD Graphics 615, 300 to 900 MHz
|8 Gb LPDDR3
|64 GB eMMC 5.0
|1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen
|802.11ac at 2.4 & 5 GHz
|One external USB Type-C connector & three internal USB Type-A connectors
|One internal M-keyed connector & one internal E-keyed connector
|3.5 mm audio jack
|Customized to add TCXO clock & RF shielding and remove USB port & SMA clock-in/out
|Internal aluminum mounting bracket for standard LimeSDR Mini board
|Approximately 24,000 mAh at 3.7 V or 12,000 mAh at 7.4 V
|Internal 18650 (not included)
|RTC backup battery
|Internal CR927 (not included)
|Ships with a recent long-term support (LTS) version of Ubuntu
|Full hardware support, software, and license not included
|GNSS-SDR, GPS-SDR-SIM, HackTV, GNU Radio, etc.
|Includes tutorials and code for analog video receving, BLE decoding, and NRF24L01 decoding
|srsLTE, OsmoNiTB, etc.
"An all-in-one tablet designed for radio frequency work, combining a rugged design with general-purpose compute and microcontroller capabilities with a HackRF or LimeSDR software-defined radio."
"Housed internally on a specially-constructed bracket...the LimeSDR Mini provides full transmit and receive capabilities via the owner’s choice from a range of popular proprietary and open-source software packages."
Yian IT is an IoT device company. Over the past several years, we have developed various applications based on software-defined radio (SDR) technology, including an LTE base station and a radio spectrum analyzer.