FlexRadio Systems announces the release of SmartSDR for iOS v2.1.0 is now available for download or update from the Apple App Store.
This App requires a FlexRadio Systems FLEX-6000 Signature Series Software Defined Radio (SDR) Device. However, the App also contains a FlexRadio Simulator (Demo Mode) that provides an approximation of the App’s features so you can evaluate this App even without owning a FLEX-6000 SDR.
This update fixes a few minor bugs including the inability to change the AGC setting.
Finally, it contains some improvements for CW enthusiasts:
– A custom keyboard can now be used which only contains Letters, Numbers and some Characters. This way, switching between the number and alpha keyboard is no longer necessary
– In addition to CWX, I added a Keyer (with Side-tone) which offers a Paddle or Straight Key on the display
(You will find more Details in the already updated Manual)
SmartSDR for IOS v2.1.0 can be downloaded from the Apple App store.
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