The PantronX Titus II is actually a full SDR solution in a boombox case. Few details yet, but it is running Android, has a 100 kHz to 2 GHz receiver on-board and decodes AM, FM, SSB and DRM natively.
It uses a Quad-Core ARM A53 @ 1.2 GHz, 1 Gig of RAM and 8 Gig of on-board Flash. 7″ TFT display and supports Android 5, 6 or custom remixes.
It sports some hardware buttons and the back-stand folds under to cover the TFT for safety and storage. This unit also facilitates the Filecasting concept we have reported about before. It can even be used as a WiFi hotspot, to rebroadcast data it has received to other local mobile devices.
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