After much pounding of keyboards and testing by dedicated users, version 1.4 of this program is now available from the downloads section.
As the screenshot below shows, if you don't use Doppler correction then tracking a signal is not easy.
Doppler correction is part of the FUNcube Dongle support.
The console support for the FUNcube Dongle is currently being tested, more information is available here.
Cesare IV3MUR posted an excellent recording he made on 143.050 MHz with his Persus and downconverter during the 2011 Perseid meteor shower.
I've anaysed the recording with the SDR-RADIO.com console, here's the result.
Here's a You Tube video of the recording:
Here's UA5A showing just how bad key clicks can be.
Version 1.4 is coming along, external radio support for Yaesu, Kenwood and Elecraft's K3 is working nicely. In the screenshot the external radio pane is shown in the top-left of the display.
Should be released with ICOM support as well by the end of July.
Here's a video from Dayton 2011
V1.3 has been released, check out the Downloads section.
Version 1.1 has been released, almost 18 months after the SDR-RADIO.com project started.
If you look at the high-resolution picture below you'll see horrible, very horrible CW signals. Obviously there's a contest on...
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