Newsky RTL2832U R820T SDR replacement dongle - no adapters

Newsky RTL2832U R820T SDR replacement dongle - no adapters

This is just a replacement stick. Fully checked with a reinforced socket - frequency range 700 kHz - 1864 MHZ* - special driver needed

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£8.75 incl. tax

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This device comes with no adapters. Compared to other similar devices this stick is rather sensitive and the tuner chip is R820T - High quality device at incredibly low price.


You will need to patch your software


700 kHz is the lowest frequency we have received with the PSA4-5043+ booster available here. It worked well with both the R820T and R820T2 dongles. The signal was very low and only the strongest radio stations could be heard. Everything works pretty well above 2 MHz.


This dongle does not come with SDR software or instructions.

From Title Comment
04/29/2015 clive h. Excellent all round Good price - quick delivery - used for my first dip into ADSB reception and it works perfectly.
10/22/2014 Neil C. Brilliant Service Bought my 2nd & 3rd from here along with an LNA and some adaptors and they arrived the next day.

Very good price and better than waiting 3 weeks for them to ship from China. Would recommended to everyone :-)
09/4/2014 Chris W. Quality Service Very quick delivery to UK

Thanks CosyCave - liking the way you go about things.

08/8/2014 Jon F. Outstanding Product This will be my 4th and 5th ordered now. One of these is off to Italy!

This device is the default for those in the know about Mode S and ADSB.

Cosycave have modified these for extra safety. I would always recommend these (and have done.

Jon Fear (Amateur Plane radar)

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