ThumbNet N3 SDR Receiver

ThumbNet N3 SDR Receiver
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ThumbNet N3 SDR Receiver

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Please Note: The acceptance and positive reviews for the N3 SDR Receiver have far exceeded anything we expected and we thank you all for supporting ThumbNet!

As a result, we have temporarily sold out of the available hardware. We have expedited an order from the factory and expect them to begin shipping to customers again around the middle of December.

Thank you again for your support of ThumbNet!




An entirely new way to take advantage of Software Defined Radio!

While taking advantage of the RT820T2 and RTL2832U chipset and a 0.5ppm temperature compensated oscillator, this is a completely redesigned receiver circuit that is backwards compatible with all current SDR applications and hardware.

A further list of improvements and updates can be found on the ThumbNet N3 page.

While not required for operation, the N3 receiver is designed to be able to utilize a clean source of power from an external 5v power supply, (screw terminal adapter included) instead of using the noisy power line coming from the computer's USB port. This gives a tremendous advantage to the purist or experimenter who wants to utilize power from the N3 to power any external experiments.

PLEASE NOTE: The N3 draws approximately 450 milliamps of current and care should be taken, even when using a powered USB hub, as it could possibly exceed the current limit of the USB port. ( 5v 1000mA linear power supplies are available in the ThumbSat store.)

Don't settle for an SDR receiver that was intended for capturing TV signals. Get a receiver that has been designed up from the bare board to be the most sensitive, stable and cost effective SDR receiver available. The cost is only $25.75 plus flat-rate global shipping of only $4.50.

We think you'll love the performance!

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