New standalone SDR DSP reciever and trancievers from Russia

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Equipment Reviews' started by RX9CIM, May 1, 2015.

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  1. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

    Good day!
    I want to present three large projects, each of which is an independent unit of SDRs, which does not require the use of a PC.
    The first project is the HF radio Peony-DSP (Pion-DSP). The receiver is able to receive in the frequency range 50kHz-30MHz, modulation types - AM, FM, SSB, CW. The receiver has many features such as AGC, NB, auto notch filter, squelch shift.
    Image Rejection of reception - 70 dB, is automatic software.
    The presence of five filters with different widths for each type of modulation:
    AM, FM: 10 kHz, 8 kHz, 6.5 kHz, 5 kHz and 4 kHz;
    SSB: 3 kHz, 2.7 kHz, 2.5 kHz, 2.2 kHz, 2 kHz;
    CW: 1,5 kHz, 1 kHz, 0.5 kHz, 0.3 kHz, 0.2 kHz.
    Squareness digital filters used by the level of -3 dB / -60 dB - better than 1.1.
    A first embodiment of the receiver has been completely assembled at home and consisted of five boards:
    - System board;
    - DDS on the AD9952;
    - SDR board analog receiver;
    - Codec board with CS4221 with ULF TDA2822;
    - LPF board.
    To connect to a PC via an interface USB.
    In further developed variant, consisting of one board.
    The receiver does not require a PC, it is a completely self-contained. Photos of the receiver can see the linkЕА
    Video of the receiver
    The receiver has collected several dozen people.
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  2. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

    Continuing spread references and a brief description of these projects.
    #It is a stand-alone SDR transceiver, which does not require the same PC.Transiver called Тюльпан-DSP (Tulip-DSP).
    The transceiver is developed by me and R6DAN, Vladimir.
    The transceiver can send and receive all types of modulation: AM, FM, SSB, CW. She has so many features and hard to describe all the transceivers in a single message. The transceiver is fully developed, repeated several radio amateurs.
    There are two versions of the transceiver - type of analog and direct digitization type DDTS / DIS.
    The reference to analog options:
    The control board video:

    DDC / DUC version of the transceiver:

    Video work:
    DDC / DUC -
    DDC / DUC -е
    Analog SDR -
    Photos can be seen here:

    The analog version of the transceiver is fully available for self-assembly, some people successfully repeated it.
    If need be, I can lay out other useful information about the projects. There are lots of videos, photos and other information.
    I'm writing text using Google Translator, I hope that their meaning is clear.
  3. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

  4. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

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  5. DF5WW

    DF5WW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Would be nice to see the informations on your website in english. :) ;-)
  6. WA2T

    WA2T Ham Member QRZ Page

    Very intrigued with what Vladimir has done! I want to build one!


  7. M0VBT

    M0VBT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I've been watching this for a while too. It looks like a brilliant DIY SDR transceiver project, I wish more information was available in English
  8. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

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  9. M0VBT

    M0VBT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I was trying to find some information from your 1st post but it seems now that some of the links are broken unfortunately.

    Could you please post some information both about the DDC and the analog versions?

    Where can we find the schematics for both versions?

    Is there a parts list anywhere?

    Are the bare boards available to buy anywhere?

    Are any of the assembled boards available to buy anywhere (the DSP and DDC boards as well)?

    Perhaps the transceiver is available to buy in a kit form, like mcHF or Klopik-2?

    Many thanks for your time.
  10. RX9CIM

    RX9CIM QRZ Member

    For 1st version you can view:
    - controller :
    - dsp board for analog:
    - dsp for DDC:

    But it is only for Tulip.
    For VisAir schemes is not for free because VisAir it is full commercial product. Separate boards of VisAir will be availabel ni future soon. Also full assembled VisAir will be sell also soon. It very difficult work that demand very much time.
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