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Release: 3.0.3
  • Added support for the bladeRF V2
  • Added Restart Manager support:
    • Enabled by default in the Start page of the Program Options
    • Not supported in Windows 7
    • If the computer is restarted and SDR Console is running, then SDR Console will be started with the same identity / radio
  • Added Viridis colour scheme
  • Added Digital Decoder:
    • Enabled via Ribbon Bar, View, More Options
    • (Old registry setting no longer used)
    • Still needs documentation
    • Works, needs improving
  • Added extra RSPduo startup logic (antenna-related).
  • Added Copy and Move options to the Playback Selection window, use these to copy / move entire recordings.
  • Optimised internal logic for analysing files used in data (IQ) recordings.


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