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How to Listen to Signals, What is sdrsharp and How to Use It

Today we’ll talk about what sdrsharp is and how to listen to radio signals.

When you talk about listening to radio signals, everyone thinks about a live broadcast that they can listen in FM radios. This is almost a right term. Though things change when the mhz increases. It’s possible to listen to radio from a computer with NooElec R820T SDR & DVB-T. With SDRSHARP, you can see what kind of mhz signals your computer has.

What is SDRSHARP

It’s a program that helps you see what kind of mhz signals that your device has. You can find this program at airspy

UHF (Ultra High Frequency)

Airspy allows you to listen to Ultra High Frequencies with SDRSharp program.

What is UHF

UHF band is used for satellite communication, live streaming, phone and call centers and third generation (3G) wireless services commonly. Because the frequency is high and the band is wide, the band modulation and the spread spectrum modes are practical. Nowadays it has area of use in almost every sector. With etiquettes that have UHR RFID feature, starting from a library collection to vehicle tracking, it’s used safely in many processes.

When you do a small research using Google, you can see that gsm lines communicate in between 850 – 900 – 1800 – 1900 mhz or in 1.090 mhz plane radars, this program can listen to the smallest signaling device you can think of. To see plane signals you can look at adsbsharp on airspy website. It’ll help you a lot if you’d like to make a plane radar since it even includes a GUI

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