DESCRIPTIONIts primary purpose is for spawning custom applications or for educational use. It is NOT a full featured program as it is purposely kept simple in order for developers to more easily spin off their own applications. A further goal was to use only the stock functionality of Qt ie no libraries or special drivers. This limits CuteSDR to using only a network connection.
The application is compatible with the SDR-IP and NetSDR networked software defined radio receivers made by RFSPACE, Inc. of Atlanta, GA
Running with other receivers that have USB interfaces (such as the SDR-IQ) is made possible by the siqs_ftdi program.
Brings up the GUI application. No command-line options, configuration via GUI menus.
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