PantronX Debuts Titus II Digital Radio Mondiale Receiver

It is a full software-defined radio system that is built within an Android tablet August 31, 2016
MIAMI— During an August meeting of shortwave group HFCC, the PantronX Titus II Digital Radio Mondiale receiver was unveiled.
 
A full software-defined radio system that is built within an Android tablet,  the Titus II has a 100 kHz–2 GHz receiver onboard and decodes AM, FM, SSB and DRM natively.
 
Featuring a touchscreen, the receiver uses a ARM Quad-Core A53 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of onboard flash memory. It has a 7-inch TFT display and supports Android 5, 6 or custom remixes.
 
The system also features Filecasting, Wi-Fi capability, 5 W stereo audio, an HDMI output and a built-in RF tuner. It can be used as a desktop PC with the addition of a monitor and keyboard.
Details on pricing and release are expected at a later time.
 
— Radio World
 

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