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SmartSDR for iOS v1.2 Now Available

Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
edited March 2018 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
FlexRadio Systems announces the release of SmartSDR for iOS v1.2 is now available for download or update from the Apple App Store. 

This App requires a FlexRadio Systems FLEX-6000 Signature Series Software Defined Radio (SDR) Device. However, the App also contains a FlexRadio Simulator (Demo Mode) that provides an approximation of the App's features so you can evaluate this App even without owning a FLEX-6000 SDR. 

This Update 1.2 provides many improvements and additional Tools.
  • SmartSDR 1.10.x compatibility
  • USB Cable support (BCD band data, Bit, CAT, LDPA)
  • DTMF tone code generator
  • iCloud and iCloud Drive support
  • Few minor bugs were fixed and some cosmetic changes are included
DX-Cluster Tool Improvements:
  • HamQTH and QRZ.com call lookup
  • Searching
  • Show all or individual Spots on a Map (Globe) including distance and bearing
New Features:

Logbook Tool:
  • Quick log entry
  • Easy log information completion with integration of HamQTH and QRZ.com
  • ADIF Import and Export via iCloud Drive and Email
  • Log Synchronization with additional Devices
  • Log Display on Map (Globe) 
Griffin PowerMate and Behringer Controller Tools:
  • Support for the Griffin PowerMate BT Controller
  • Support for the Behringer CMD Micro MIDI Controller
  • These Controllers can be used to control your FlexRadio
  • Wireless Bluetooth LE support for the Griffin PowerMate Controller
  • USB cable support for the Behringer CMD Micro Controller
  • re-defined default Button/Control/Slider and LED assignments
  • Custom assignment using built-in Mapping Editor

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