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RTL-SDR, FM+DAB, DVB-T USB Stick Set with RTL2832U & R820T. Great SDR for SDR#, HDSDR, and Other Popular SDR Software Packages!

by JUMMAX
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  • Included RTL2832U and R820T tuner ICs on the USB deviceRTL2832U
  • Will work for both for software defined radio and DVB video capture (where available)
  • Compatible with most SDR software, including SDR#. Provides an approximate tuning range of 25MHz-1700MHz for software defined radio (SDR)
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Product Specifications

Color: SDR
Brand NameJUMMAX
Color NameSDR

Technical Details

Color: SDR
  • Brand Name: JUMMAX
  • Color Name: SDR

Product Details

Color: SDR
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00C37AZXK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #613 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 29, 2013

Product Description

Color: SDR

DVB USB stick set with an R820T tuner IC. MCX input on the USB stick.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The software supplied is not recognized by my Windows computer.
Alan Lojka
I received it a couple of weeks ago, but was too busy with work until today.
Rudy Chicata
Hard to believe that anyone could have so much fun for so little money!
M. Culver

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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By JustACustomer on September 5, 2013
Color Name: SDR Verified Purchase
I got the cheap version, not the "brand name" - as my research showed that actually they are the same product made by the same manufacturer at the same plant with the same components. So why to pay extra? There is no need to use any of the software provided on the mini cd, not even the device drivers. Simply download the installation script kit (sdr-install.zip) from sdrsharp's website (sdrsharp.com), unzip it in a folder and run the batch file which in turn downloads the Zadig USB drivers, the RTLSDR library, and the sdrsharp application. (If you are using windows xp, download also zadig_xp_v2.0.1.160.7z instead of zadig_v2.0.1.160.7z downloaded by the install script)
The batch script then unpacks everything in a folder. That's the extent of the installation; so this is a "portable" install, not a classic windows install which modifies the registry. If you ever want to remove it you simply delete the folder. At that point you need to connect your device to an usb port on your computer and run zadig in order to get the proper device driver initialized. There is a step by step tutorial at the site where you downloaded the software. This is a one time task. Then you run sdrsharp, part of which basically looks like a software radio panel (the rest is more of a spectrum analyzer with frequency monitor and waterfall). You can quickly tune in some FM stations and verify that everything is working fine. Obviously, you've got to connect the small antenna supplied in the package. The itsy-bitsy antenna works surprisingly well. As for accuracy, I was lucky enough that my device is dead-on accurate with no frequency drift of any kind. Using a better antenna will certainly improve sensitivity and selectivity, but the beginning package is perfect for the money.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. Culver on December 13, 2013
Color Name: SDR
This is the second one of these sticks that I purchased and it worked even better than one I previously paid twice as much for, The antenna that comes with it is perfect if you want to use the device to monitor ADSB, which is software to track aircraft. Hard to believe that anyone could have so much fun for so little money!

Do not install the software that comes with the device, and plan on tossing the remote control too. (Please recycle the battery responsibly). The Net is loaded with links to free software. For great decoding software that runs on your local Windows machine, check out [...] Use that software to power plotting software such as ADSBScope at [...]

[Edited 12/25/2013 to correct an error in my calculations below]
The antenna is too long according to conventional wisdom to act as an optimal ADSB antenna at 1090 MHz. A quarter wave at 1090 MHZ is approximately 2.7 inches long, and this antenna is roughly 5 inches long (it's a bit hard to tell where the active element really begins).

Well, hold on there... The antenna has a magnetic mount, Stick it on top of the smallest diameter can that you can find -- and it works amazingly well! I used a 2-1/2" can of tomato paste, and an even smaller diameter can would be better. If you are a ham radio operator, see the October, 2013 issue of QST for an article that describes why. It boils down to the fact that if what you attach the antenna to is less than a full wave length in diameter, then there is some interaction between the antenna and the object.

I won't go into all the math here, but if the can diameter is this small, then the antenna *needs* to be a bit long. You can't just cut the antenna down to 2.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Dayton on January 15, 2014
Color Name: SDR Verified Purchase
Using this Dongle together with SDR# and DSD is a lot cheaper than buying a $400 Digital Trunking Scanner. Keep in mind, If you're using this to pick up public service trunking radios, You will need TWO of these. One to constantly listen on the control channel, and the other dongle hops to whatever frequency the control channel tells it to. If this doesn't make sense to you, Please read up on how p25 Digital trunking works. I LOVE this product!!!!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Retired EE on June 12, 2014
Color Name: SDR Verified Purchase
Got the cheaper version of the RTL-SDR (DVB-T DAB+FM for $10). Hours of learnings for $10 can't go wrong.
Heard commercial FM, ADS-B aircraft 1090MHz, and my handheld. Of course it does not have a xmtr function.
Quick summary:
The dongle receives signals with its A/D converter (RTL2832U) and its tuner (R820T). The dongle passes the digital data to the RS-232 port V2.0 where computer software is used to provide normal radio functions.

My reception of ham repeaters was poor. Heard signals on my handheld but not on the SDR#. Strange because the 1090MHz reception worked fine but the 144/440MHz didn't. Will try outdoor antenna and the more expensive RTL-SDR dongle to see if that makes a difference. Basic SDR# does not have scanner. Programmable memory channel is provided.

Here's how to make it work:
I first tried installing SDR software on an old Windows XP machine. Too many problems; required older .NET Framework and RS-232 v1.0 ports were too slow to capture data. After about 4 hours I gave up on the XP and went to Windows 7 machine.

Installed on Windows 7.0 went well:
1. install driver first (Zadig.exe, from www.zadig.akeo.ie)
2. download and unzip www.SDRsharp.com/downloads/SDRinstall.zip (this contains the SDR# and ADS-B applications)
3. For ADS-B aircraft usage need the RTL-SDR driver (Zadig), the ADS-B decoder (ADS-B app) AND a display application (like Virtual Radar or ADSBScope) See the excellent guide: http://rtl-sdr.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ADSBSharpQuickStart.pdf
4. For general purpose 30MHz to >1GHZ reception there is a good ref at: http://rtlsdr.org/softwarewindows.
a. Install the Zadig driver, if not installed.
b. Install the SDRSharp app

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