Other SDR Applications


RFSPACE now supplies an open-source application written using the QT Framework for the RFSPACE radios. The application is compatible with the SDR-IP and NetSDR and also SDR-IQ and SDR-14 using a USB to Ethernet server . CuteSDR is available for MacOS, Windows and Linux. It is released under a Simplified BSD License.

We encourage programmers to share any additions to improve the software.

We’ve also created a Yahoo Group for CuteSDR discussions.

All files located at SourceForge: CuteSDR Source Files

SDR# is a high performance Software Defined Radio application. It has been written in C# with both object design correctness and performance in mind. The project started as a simple proof of concept program to get hands into DSP techniques and has evolved to what it is today: A fully featured SDR capable of handling sample rates from kHz level sound cards up to multi hundred MHz dedicated samplers, thanks to its multi-core architecture. The source code is disclosed for educational purposes and for reference to those who want to build their own plugins.

Currently supports SDR-IQ.

Visit SDRSHARP’s webpage

SDR-Radio.com is a 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.

Visit SDR-Radio.com

SdrDx an application based on CuteSDR for MAC OS X. It supports the NetSDR, SDR-IP and SDR-IQ using the server application.

Visit SdrDx Web Page

The osmocomSDR GNU Radio block now supports the NetSDR receiver in single and dual channel mode. Dual channel mode supports dual RX on the same antenna port when no -X2 option is installed. With the -X2 option, dual RX on separate antennas is available.

Visit GrOsmoSDR Webpage