PantronX Debuts Titus II Digital Radio Mondiale Receiver

It is a full software-defined radio system that is built within an Android tablet
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MIAMI� During an August meeting of shortwave group HFCC, the PantronX Titus II Digital Radio Mondiale receiver was unveiled.

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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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