Console

 

 

 


 

Version 3 Console

The console is the main program in the SDR-radio.com family and the focus of current development. It is designed to be easy to use with all options available on the ribbon bar and user configuration via the program options.

 



 

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This software is financed by donations, if you like it then please consider a donation.

DSP

The console has the usual DSP chain and options: NB, NR, AGC, filters etc.

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Favourites

Just like a web browser this software supports and almost unlimited number of favourite definitions.

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External Radio

Integrate a SDR with your HF transceiver to display the current band as a panormaic display.

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Layout, Panes

The user interface uses docking panes for options such as receivers, RX and TX DSP, signal history, recording playback navigation.

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Modes & Filters

All standard modes are supported: CW, SSB (LSB, USB, DSP), AM (including SAM, ECSS), FM (Narrow, Wide, Broadcast). Modes...

Define filters for each mode. Filters...

More Options

Enable additional options such as satellite support, HF radio integration, CW skimmer.

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Radios

Many different SDRs are supported, from the simpler softrocks through to the gold-standard NetSDR.

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Rec/Playback

Recording of audio (WAV, MP3, WMA) and IQ (RAW) data is supported, in addition full support for IQ playback.

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Receivers

Start up to 24 independent receivers, displayed in either the receiver pane or the advanced Matrix window.

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Signal History

The signal history is started from the View pane of the ribbon bar, data can be exported for further analysis.

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Spectrum & Waterfall

The spectrum and waterfall displays are fully customisable - colour, smoothing, speed, timestamps.

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Transmit

Transmit support is at an early stage, currently supporting the ANAN transceivers.

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Tuning

Tune receivers in a variety of ways - with the mouse, MIDI controllers, memories and favourites.

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Wideband DSP

Wideband DSP takes place after the data is received from the radio and before other processing stages such as spectrum display and receivers / demodulation.

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