DataSoft adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality to Thunder Software Defined Radio

Tempe-based DataSoft Corporation, on Wednesday, December 31, 2014, announces Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities
are now part of the Thunder Software Defined Radio (SDR) System.

December 31, 2014 8:00 AM MST

DataSoft Corporation is pleased to announce Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability in its Thunder Software Defined Radio (SDR) system. The newly integrated interface supports 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v4.0 for additional flexibility over the existing USB, Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet data and control interfaces. The Thunder SDR waveform development and test system is a wide-band, high performance baseband and RF platform. The open source Linux-based environment, fast-start templates, and reference waveform implementation reduces cost and time-to-market for waveform and application development. Thunder’s variety of functionality, high performance, and optional Software Probes for validating waveform and platform data significantly enhances productivity and success for developers. Additional information is available at or by contacting

About DataSoft:

DataSoft specializes in low-power, small form-factor wireless solutions involving SDRs, IoT devices, Situation Awareness apps, MANET management software, and IP-based networking. Our technology portfolio includes programmable RF designs, tactical radio accessories, software libraries, Information Security expertise, and rapid prototyping capability. We design, manufacture, integrate, and support real-time embedded solutions for defense, commercial, and industrial communications. For additional information, visit


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