FAQ

What is SDR or 'Software Defined Radio' ?

Software-defined radio (SDR) is a radiocommunication system where components that have been traditionally implemented in hardware (e.g. mixers, filters, amplifiers, modulators/demodulators, detectors, etc.) are instead implemented by means of software on a personal computer or embedded system. 

What is SDR# ?

SDR# is a software program created by a gentleman name  Youssef Touil  It is a software program that allows the use of various hardware dongles to receive radio signals. SDR# is a copyrighted program. If you would like to learn more about SDR# you can go here  to download the software and read more.

Why SDR#?

I prefer to use SDR# because of its ease of use and because of it's simple interface and mostly because of it's ability to allow programmers like to to create "Plugins" for it

What are "Plugins" ?

Plugins are small programs written for a specific piece of software which allow for extended functioning of the app that uses those plugins

How do I set up and use SDR# ?

the best way is to reference this article found on RTL-SDR.com they are a great bunch of people who are a go to source for all the latest information on everything SDR related. I am even a member of the forums over there.

Who are you ?

My name is Eddie. I am a father and a husband with a full time job. I love coding and love SDR Radio. I especially enjoy using SDR# and have great fun developing custom plugins for the SDR# app.