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Steve Andrew's Spectrum Analyser Software

We are pleased to announce the availability of V1.04b of the Spectrum Analyser software developed by Steve Andrew specifically for the RSP line of products.

New in V1.04b is a Gain Table editing feature which allows for an additional level of calibration to be made for specific applications,  plus a the Clock spur removal button which enables or disables a new clock spur reduction system. With no input signal, the small spurs generated by the 24MHz clock create harmonics which get full amplification – these can be an irritant when making large sweeps.  When this removal function is enabled, the 24MHz clock spur, and all harmonics up to 2GHz are reduced, or removed.

V1 itself is a very-much upgraded version of the original alpha release and includes many new features as well as removing the limitations imposed on the previous version. New features include multiple traces, a versatile marker system with maths, peak find and display functions, Zero or non-Zero IF options and an upgraded tracking generator system. Currently support are:

RSPduo (single tuner mode)

December 4th 2019 update: Work is underway on adding the new RSPdx – this will take a few weeks – check back here for a status update.

The latest documentation can be found in the User Manual here.

Click here to download the Spectrum Analyser Software (v1.04b release).

Please email feedback@spectrumanalyser.co.uk with your comments or questions. This will help Steve in his development. Please note that Steve will read all emails but may not respond to feature requests or comments on how the software operates

Please note that there is further information and you can also review comments made until recently on the (now suspended) SDRplay forum  by clicking here 

Spectrum Analyser