The console supports a maximum of 24 receivers. While this may seem extreme there are cases where a large receiver matrix is very useful, for example monitoring airband or marine.
Receivers are managed from the Receive pane in the ribbon bar.
If there are no receivers enabled the DSP panel will be empty. Add a receiver by pressing the blue Add button in the ribbon bar (above).
To see the CPU and memory usage select Options from the Tools pane in the ribbon bar. Let the software run for up to ten seconds so that the values become more-or-less stable, then dlick the camera button at the bottom left to take a screenshot.
As you add more receivers the CPU load will increase, the per-receiver load is shown in the middle of the display.
An example is shown below:
The receiver pane supports up to six receivers and, being a pane can be docked inside the console frame or floated onto a second monitor.
The options are selected from the buttons arranged along the left-hand side.
All receivers have a Signal Meter (S Meter). SDR Console offers a digital bar and a psudo analog meter.
The matrix is a powerful window which can display as many receivers as required.