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New OSX version of SdrDx – 2.04

Recordings now store and retrieve dB offset for more accurate playback. Right-clicking DNR now turns it on and off without changing the intensity. DNR algorithm altered somewhat. CAR mode gets carrier shift capability. Right mouse button now moves backwards through meter models. AGC intercept is now 120 dB (default.) TDM filter improved, dedicated. Method for detecting FUNcube Dongle Pro altered to match Windows version, which had to change to work around a Win7 bug. Works fine either way under OSX. Fix for waterfall saves. Last, certainly not least, move to online documentation. New HLP button takes you right to the docs.

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New Version of SdrDx – 2.03

FUNcube Dongle support, carrier monitoring for AM Dx’ers, two additional notch filters, level-based squelch option, dynamic DSP noise reduction, RTTY scope, latency control, peak / average SMeter and AGC processing options, improved memories store squelch and CW offset, some font size adjustment on the fly for older eyes, extended database for bands and channels, fixes, other small changes.

Please see this post for details on SdrDx 2.03.

*** forgot to upload the Windows version last evening, sorry. I was pretty tired. :) It’s up there now.

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New Version of SdrDx – 2.02 – now also for Windows

Please see this post for details on SdrDx 2.02.

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New version of SdrDx – 2.00

Please see this post for details on SdrDx 2.00.

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SdrDx –OS X and Windows SDR Software

I’ve been working on developing OSX/Mac and Windows versions of SdrDx. At this time, SdrDx for OS X and Windows supports Ethernet-connected version of AFEDRI SDRs, the USB-connected Airspy (AirSpy HF+ under OS X only, via this OS X server), Ethernet-based Andrus MK1.5, USB FunCube Pro, USB FunCube Pro Plus, Peaberry, Ethernet based RFSPACE SDrs, USB RTL sticks (RTL supported under OS X only, via this OS X server) and Softrock SDR receivers. Both the Peaberry and Softrock SDRs require a lot of expertise to get working. The others are pretty much plug-and-play.

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SdrDx 2.17a

SdrDx 2.19n

In addition, SdrDx can be made to support any SDR with a sound card interface, including I/Q input via your native or auxiliary sound card, with a little scripting work; the Peaberry and Softrock support use this mechanism via Python.

SdrDx (running on the Mac) is shown to the right. SdrDx is a closed-source, free application.

SdrDx, in combination with your SDR, is an extremely powerful receiver. Reception, recording, playback, analysis, processing — it’s all there, and it’s all been made as easy to use as possible. Extensive documentation covers every aspect of operating the software, as well as providing numerous examples and images to help you along. If you’re an expert radio user, you’re sure to settle right in. If you’re still learning, you can look forward to software that lets your capabilities grow with your knowledge.
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