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Reviews Categories | Ham Software/Apps - Other than logging | Sigmira Help

Reviews Summary for Sigmira
Sigmira Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $free
Description: Sigmira™ is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) application
program that runs on Windows. It operates with the RFSpace
SDR-IQ™ and SDR-14™ receivers or with an external
conventional receiver. Sigmira offers wideband
spectrographic and waterfall displays. It also demodulates
various "Ham" radio and miltary signals.

Its features include:

"Waterfall" and spectrograph displays of up to 200 kHz width
with the SDR-IQ™/SDR-14™.
Demodulation of PSK31, FSK, SITOR-B, CW, and NFM modes.
Demodulation of NATO STANAG 4285.
Demodulation of the "Japanese Navy Slot Machine"
Point and click signal selection/tuning.
Signal Database with automated tuning and logging.
Phase plane display.
Playback of saved .wav files.
16 bit sampling. Typical sampling rate: 48 ksps.
Signal strength meter.
Adjustable squelch.
Clock display with UTC and local time.
The distribution package includes examples of PSK31, RTTY,
FSK, SITOR-B, CW, NFM, JSM, and STANAG 4285 signals in .wav

A database of over a thousand signals is also included in
the distribution package.

And it's free.
Product is in production.
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KD7RDZI2 Rating: 5/5 Oct 24, 2010 06:01 Send this review to a friend
Freelunch  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
there is such thing as a free lunch! Great program for SWL and the experimenter.

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