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What I appreciate about SmartSDR Features

I really appreciate the approach Marcus has taken where he includes many built-in features that you normally would have to use external third-party applications and their associated configuration. Just to zoom out a bit and highlight this point, here are some of the built-in features included inside SmartSDR for Mac (below). What is most impressive is that each of these features is very well designed and work well. They are integrated together and everything is seamless and super easy to use. Also, if you don't use any of these features they don't get in the way of "normal" radio use cases. Finally, what sets SmartSDR for Mac apart is its enhanced look and feel, high performance and super high reliability. It literally is what kept me a happy Flex Radio user. OK, here is the list of built-in features. Each feature is deep and comprehensive, yet easy to use. - de Dan WA1QZX 

  • Frequency List,
  • Band Plan
  • Call Lookup,
  • DX Cluster,
  • POTA Cluster,
  • World Globe Mapping
  • Spots,
  • PSK Reporter,
  • Recordings, 
  • Voice Macros / Keyer
  • CW Macros
  • Alerts
  • Logbook
  • Integration with QRZ, LOTW, ClubLog, etc.
  • CW Decoder
  • HF Fax
  • RTTY
  • FT8
  • Genius Device Integration 
  • CW Keyer


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