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What is SDR-Radio? is an advanced Windows console for Software Defined Radio (SDR) receivers and transceivers. Designed for the commercial, government, amateur radio and short-wave listener communities, the software provides a powerful interface for all SDR users. The software is being continually developed with new features added on a regular basis. Continuing the success of version 1.5, work on version 2 started in June 2012. The current release is Version 2.2. This software was written by Simon Brown, HB9DRV. Simon was the author of the very popular software Ham Radio Deluxe!

The software console is very impressive as shown below.


The software supports the following radios:

Radio Status
RFspace SDR-IP Supported
RFspace NetSDR Supported
RFspace SDR-IQ Supported
ELAD FDM-S1, FDM-S2 Supported 
Ettus Research B200 Supported
Ettus Research (Other) May work
FUNcube Supported
FUNcube Plus Supported
SoftRocks (Soundcard + Si570) Supported
Airspy Supported
RTL Dongles Supported
MicroTelecom (Perseus) Supported
Afredi SDR Supported (USB and LAN), requires firmware v222 (December 18th, 2012) or higher.
SDR 1.5 'Andrus' Supported via LAN interface only
bladeRF Supported
hackRF Supported
SDRPlay Supported (Worked for me!)


SDR-Radio gives you the ability to connect to many remote servers around the world, including mine:


SDR Radio Servers


You can download SDR-Radio Console here.


Below is a listing, updated every 10 seconds of what tuners are available around the world. This comes from the website.


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