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Based on this question alone, it seems you put 0 effort into doing your own research.

 

We won't do homework for you. please search the forums, the YT channel, and the store and do a little reading. If you're still confused, come back and ask a more structured question. At least make it look like you tried.

 

Sorry for Necromancing.

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On 11/24/2016 at 1:33 PM, zkylet said:

What is the difference between HackRF One, YARD Stick One, Ubertooth One, Software Defined Radio Mobile Kit?

 

HackRF

  • Software Defined Radio
  • TX/RX 1MHz to 6GHz
  • Half-duplex transceiver (One antenna port to TX/RX, can't do both at the same time)
  • Bandwidth: 20MHz
  • Oscillator sensitivity (Timing): ~30PPM

YARD_Stick_One

  • Software Controlled Radio: Modulation, filters, bandwidth all handled by the hardware but still controlled via software.
  • Uses a TI CC1111 for the radio controller
  • TX/RX 300-348 MHz, 391-464 MHz, and 782-928 MHz
  • Supported Modulations: ASK, OOK, GFSK, 2-FSK, 4-FSK, MSK
  • Supports Frequency Hopping
  • Uses RFcat as a controller via a Python environment

Ubertooth_One

  • Software Controlled Radio: Modulation, filters, bandwidth all handled by the hardware but still controlled via software.
  • Uses a TI CC2400 2.4GHz Transceiver
  • Supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee

Software_Defined_Radio_Mobile_Kit()

HackRF + YARD_Stick_One + Ubertooth_One == Software_Defined_Radio_Mobile_Kit

 

Hoped this helps! :D

 

 

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On 3/9/2017 at 9:57 AM, KenPC said:

Based on this question alone, it seems you put 0 effort into doing your own research.

 

We won't do homework for you. please search the forums, the YT channel, and the store and do a little reading. If you're still confused, come back and ask a more structured question. At least make it look like you tried.

 

Sorry for Necromancing.

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