Software Defined Radio or SDR is becoming more and more popular as electronic hobbyist look for new things to play with.
Many start with hobby boards such as a Raspberry Pi or Arduino and than after building a few circuits look for more challenges.
SDR is one of those hobbies that can become additive. With all the signals that can be picked up and analyzed, there is no lack of something to pick up and listen in on.
Our Top Picks for Software Defined Radio Books SDR
The Hobbyist’s Guide to the RTL-SDR: Really Cheap Software Defined Radio
This book is a comprehensive compilation of articles from the internet that have been updated and listed on Amazon. It is from the authors of the RTL-SDR Blog and has detailed articles on RTL2832U RTL-SDR.
An introduction to HF Software Defined Radio: SDR for Amateur Radio Operators
Written by a amateur radio operator with a huge interest in SDR this book will interest those who use physical radios or other frequencies usually not used by many in SDR.
The ABCs of Software Defined Radio
Shows all the fundamentals needed to get up and running with SDR.
Implementing Software Defined Radio
Written to bridge the gap between academic research and practical implementation. This book is for the serious SDR hobbyist.
Arduino Projects for Amateur Radio
Ever want to know how to integrate a Arduino with amateur radio or SDR then this may be the book for you.