HF Antenna Switching for SDR Receivers Used in Robotics
Servo Magazine ( 2019 Issue-6 )

HF Antenna Switching for SDR Receivers Used in Robotics

By Dwayne Kincaid    View In Digital Edition  

At much higher frequencies, SDR (Software-Defined Radio) receivers are often used in commercial mesh networks for drones, UAVs, and robotics. It’s only a matter of time before they’re prevalent in the hobby world for ultra-wideband decoding. This introduction to antenna switching will get you well on your way to controlling your future RF path.


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