Simon Brown's SDR-Radio Console Software

Resources 0 Comments 11/29/2018

Posted By: Bradley Stone (UncleBrad) is a Windows console for Software Defined Radio (SDR) receivers and transceivers. Designed for the commercial, government, amateur radio and short-wave listener communities, this software provides a powerful interface for all SDR users.

This software supports radio from most major manufacturers, simple soundcard radios such as SoftRocks and the excellent Airspy range. 

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