SDRplay Limited has today announced that it has reached an agreement with Sandro Sfregola, (formerly CEO of SDR
Applications S.a.s.) to acquire all Rights, Title and Interest in Studio1 a leading software package for Software Defined
Jon Hudson, SDRplay Marketing Director said: “We are delighted to have reached this agreement with Sandro to
acquire Studio1. Studio1 is the perfect complement to our SDR hardware products and gives us the ideal platform to
deliver a complete class leading SDR solution for our customers. We look forward to working with Sandro and further
developing Studio1 to unlock the full capability of our current and future products”.
Hudson added: “Studio1 has established a strong customer base with users of many other SDR hardware
products. Studio1 will continue to be available as a stand-alone product from
WoodBoxRadio http://www.woodboxradio.com/studio1.html for the foreseeable future , but we also look forward
to further developing Studio1 to specifically benefit present and future owners of our products
Sandro Sfregola added: “I am very pleased to have reached this agreement with SDRplay. The long term future for SDR
lies in complete end to end solutions and I feel the SDRplay RSP combined with Studio1 software gives users an
outstanding combination of performance and affordability”.
Studio1 was developed in Italy by SDR Applications S.a.s. and has hundreds of happy customers around the world.
Studio1 is known for its user friendly stylish GUI, CPU efficiency and advanced DSP capabilities, including features not
available on other SDR software packages.
SDRplay limited is a UK company and consists of a small group of engineers with strong connections to the UK Wireless
semiconductor industry. SDRplay announced its first product, the RSP1 in August 2014
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