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Flex API Document

K5BGP Member ✭✭
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for an API specification document for Flex radio software development, but so far my hunt on the support area of the website is only coming up with a link to the SmartSDR v3.x API (FlexLib) which appears to contain C# code.

Is there an actual specification document that exists for someone who is wanting to understand how to talk to the Flex radio over a network? I'm specifically interested in understanding how to capture real-time values like SWR from the radio. Does the radio have a TCP server? Does it broadcast UDP packets? These are the questions I'm trying to find answers for.

Thanks in advance.


  • bobby
    bobby Member ✭✭
    edited February 2020
    Put api guide in search for new post at top of this page you will get the post by G3WGV with a link to his guide it gets u started. As far as commands go u search the .cs file for SendCommand and it gets u the syntax needed to communicate with the radio. The guide tells u how to establish both tcp and udp communications with the radio
    The catagory u want here is smartsdr api.
    For the questions you ask both answers are YES and the guide explains what u are seeking.

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