Advantages of software defined radio, Electrical Engineering

Advantages of SDR

1. Easy to upgrade

2. Great flexibility. It can be dynamically updated with new software without any changes in hardware

3. Due to reduced number of hardware parts, an SDR is easier and cheaper to manufacture and maintain

 

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