Sigimira Decoder now supports the RTL-SDR Directly

Sigmira is a popular free Windows software program which supports decoding of radio modes such as PSK31, RTTY, CW, STANAG 4285, Japanese Slot Machine, FSK, HFDL and M141 as well as standard modes such as NFM, AM, USB and LSB.

Previously Sigmira could be used with the RTL-SDR by piping audio into it from another program such as SDR#. In the latest version that was just released Sigmira now directly supports connecting to the RTL-SDR, allowing for a spectrographic display and point and click tuning. Sigmira also now includes a database with frequencies of over 2000 known signals.

Screenshot of the Sigmira decoding software which now supports the RTL-SDR directly.
Screenshot of the Sigmira decoding software which now supports the RTL-SDR directly.
Sigmira Signal Database
Sigmira Signal Database.

6 comments

  1. george

    I have a converter but can find no settings to set up the converter in the programme also the freq display will not go below 24mhz

  2. Michael Agner

    In case you were wondering – Sigmira is primarily useful on the HF bands, so the RTL-SDR would need a ham-it-up converter or similar to tune freqs that use this mode.

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