Easiest Software To Learn And Use Opinion ?

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Easiest Software To Learn And Use Opinion ?

Postby Robert11 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 4:07 pm


Thanks so much for all the help. Really need it.
Great Forum.

General, somewhat subjective question:

Presumably, with Parallels on my Mac, I should be able to
run the Windows based software, and not be limited to just Cubic on the Mac side.

Of all the packages available, which do you think would be
the easiest for me to use (and why ?) ?

It's nice using Cubic without having to do any switching as with Parallels,
but if one of the Windows packages, in your opinions, would be easier for me, will give it a try.
(probably runs better directly on the Mac side, rather than in a Virtual partition ?)

BTW: Anyone using Parallels with...? Opinions ?

I miss many of the nuances now, and the best thing for me would be
to learn only one program, well.

The unit is working very well.
A very professional package.
Glad i bought the RSP-2; I am sure I will really enjoy it, once I get
the software issues settled.

Regards and thanks, for such prompt and informative replies.

BTW: How do I register the unit ?


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Re: Easiest Software To Learn And Use Opinion ?

Postby sdrplay » Tue Oct 02, 2018 4:19 pm

You can register your device here: https://www.sdrplay.com/start-here

I run SDRuno inside Parallels on the Mac without any problems. There are other software packages you can use as well but I'm not sure how well they work in Parallels. Maybe others with more experience will be able to comment...

Best regards,

SDRplay Support

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Re: Easiest Software To Learn And Use Opinion ?

Postby someYguy » Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:51 pm

Hi, the simplest by far of the Windows based programs is HDSDR. It is available for download here on the SDRPlay website along with the others.

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