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Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a type of radio communication system that uses software to process radio signals. It is a form of software-based radio technology that enables users to access a wide range of radio frequencies and protocols. SDRs are used in a variety of applications, including military, commercial, and consumer applications. SDRs are becoming increasingly popular due to their flexibility and cost-effectiveness. They can be used to create custom radio systems, allowing users to access a wide range of frequencies and protocols. Additionally, SDRs can be used to create custom radio systems that are tailored to specific applications. The SDR market is growing rapidly, with many companies offering a variety of products and services. Companies such as Lime Microsystems, Ettus Research, and Nuand are leading the way in the development of SDRs. Additionally, companies such as FlexRadio Systems, Airspy, and HackRF are providing a range of SDR products and services. Show Less Read more