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Revision as of 14:02, 7 February 2021

The BATC advanced receiver hardware is a PCB designed to host up to 2 Serit FTS4334L or FTS4335 NIMs, which can receive DVB-S or DVB-S2, and a Raspberry Pi4.


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Applications

The first application to use the advanced receiver hardware will be the Winter Hill receiver project which is a multi-channel DVB-S2 receiver running on a RPi desktop.