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Offline Erik Mattson

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SDR Console
« on: January 11, 2022, 2148 UTC »
I've been using SDRuno for the last few weeks and it's great with the RSPdx, of course. But I thought I'd give SDR Console a try and it's pretty cool. Lots of cool things built in. And to be honest, I kinda like not having to shift windows arounds at the worst possible times. Gonna give it a longer tryout I think.

Any Console fans? Tips?
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Offline Josh

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Re: SDR Console
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2022, 2247 UTC »
Console has been my goto sdr app for rsps and the like for a few years now. The stability, simplicity, and low cpu use over sdruno and several other sdr apps I tried is a big seller. Next is HDSDR, no one beats HDSDR for low cpu and mem footprint in my testing but HDSDR doesn't do vrx so for vrx work console it is.
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