FlexRadio Systems Announces SmartSDR for iOS

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Essen, Germany and Austin TX – August 5, 2016:  For Immediate Release

FlexRadio Systems and Marcus Roskosch, DL8MRE announced today a partnership to develop, market and sell a client interface application for both iPad® and iPhone® devices.  SmartSDRTM for iOS was designed to offer FLEX-6300, FLEX-6500 and FLEX-6700 owners the ability to operate from home or remotely through their mobile device.   SmartSDR for iOS provides many of the great features of SmartSDR for Windows® plus a few extras.

SmartSDR for iOS can almost fully replace SmartSDR for Windows® and most of its features can now be used from your mobile device without the necessity to use a PC.  You can operate in any mode, such as SSB or even CWX including sidetone. 

SmartSDR for iOS offers a visual Band plan and DX-Cluster integration.  Band limits, modes and DX-Cluster spots will be displayed right inside the panadapter.  SmartSDR for iOS supports multitasking on newer iPads so it can run side-by-side and concurrently with any other app on your device.

To run SmartSDR for iOS the operator will need a FLEX-6000 series radio, an Apple device such as an iPad®, iPhone® or iPod® Touch running iOS 9.0 or greater.  A newer iPad (3, Air 1 or newer) or iPhone (5s or better) is recommended.  To run this app at your home, nothing else but a regular Wi-Fi connection is needed. You can immediately start using the app.

SmartSDR for iOS will be available from the App Store starting August 5, 2016 and is priced at US $49.99.  Optional features such as the DX-Cluster and Band Plan are priced at US $4.99.  For more information on SmartSDR for iOS client or FlexRadio Systems visit the SmartSDR for iOS product web page.

The complete press release is available from the FlexRadio Systems Press Release webpage.  
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