“We are pleased to announce a price reduction for the RSP1 to $99.95 USD making it the most competitive mid-range SDR to include reception down to low frequencies without the need for an upconverter. The RSP1 provides general coverage receiver and panadapter capability from 10 kHz to 2 GHz. As well as providing SDRuno SDR software, support for popular 3rd party packages like HDSDR, SDR-Console and Cubic SDR is provided. Recent availability of an SD Card image makes for easy set up on a Raspberry Pi.
You can purchase the RSP1 direct from SDRplay using a credit card, by going to our purchase page here and selecting your country. We supply direct to many countries internationally, using tracked courier services. You can see the cost of VAT (for EU countries) and shipping before you commit to a purchase. The payment is based on either $ (US Dollars) or £ (GB Pounds) and will be converted to your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate.
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