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Software-Defined Radio application which allows you to navigate the radio spectrum

CubicSDR "allows you to navigate the radio spectrum and demodulate any signals you might discover" utilizing a modular 'piping' architecture that simplifies real-time analysis of discovered signals. CubicSDR creates live "waterfall" visual graphs representing a spectrum bandwidth and associated signal intensity.




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16 October 2015

Leaders and contributors

Charles J. Cliffe Developer

Resources and communication

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Software prerequisites

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 February 2019.


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