SignalsEverywhere: Review of SDR++ on Android

In our last post we mentioned that a 'pre-release' public version of SDR++ for Android was recently released. Now over on the SignalsEverywhere YouTube channel Sarah has uploaded a new video where she reviews and demonstrates the new SDR++ Android App. 

In the video Sarah demonstrates how to connect and start a SDR, shows SDR++ in action, then tests listening to NOAA weather audio reports, Inmarsat reception via the bias tee support, P25 and broadcast FM. She also shows how it's possible to use the split screen multitasking feature on Android to send audio from SDR++ into APRSdroid for APRS decoding.

She goes on to show how to fine tune the screen PPI resolution for different sized devices, and how to set up multi-VFO listening on the HF bands. Next, she compares the audio decoding quality between SDR++, SDRTouch and RFAnalyzer. Finally she shows that a HackRF running at a wideband 20 MHz of bandwidth can run smoothly. 

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Ninja Bonez

OMG !! WOW!! THANK YOU!!
SOMETHING BETTER!!!!

P25 FOR ANDROID!! F-ING SWEET!!!

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

MadRocket

This looks very promising.

Ales

There is P25 ?? Here in text is this info, but not in app.

Qwerty

Good video from Sarah (as usually). And such a interesting new app!!

Putin

OMG..

SignalsEverywhere

Waves 😁