- Mar 01, 2009 Mac software for Ham Radio; A few words about the Mac keyboard. What is marked as Backspace on the PC keyboard is marked as delete on the Mac. To get the traditional Delete function on the Mac, press and hold the fn (function) key while pressing the delete key, and you'll delete the character to the right of the cursor.
- At this time, SdrDx for OSX and Windows supports RFSPACE, FunCube Pro, Andrus MK1.5, AFEDRI, FunCube Pro Plus, Peaberry, and Softrock SDR receivers. In addition, SdrDx can be made to support any SDR with a sound card interface, including I/Q input via your native or auxiliary sound card, with a little scripting work; the Peaberry and Softrock.
- Jun 27, 2020 Dog Park Software has released Version 1.20 of dogparkSDR. DogparkSDR is the first Native Mac client for the Flex Radio Systems Signature series SDR Radios dogparkSDR is not a Windows port. It’s a native Mac application, written from the ground up to take advantage of macOS unique capabilities and interact as you would expect a Mac.
- Mar 06, 2015 Mac OSX users can have a hard time with the RTL-SDR as there are not many software packages available for it. One software package that is known to work well on OSX is GQRX, which is a general multi mode receiver GUI that is similar to the Windows software SDR#. Over on smittix's blog, the author has created a post showing how to install the latest version of GQRX on OSX. The installation.
Software defined radio for Linux and Mac Gqrx is a software defined radio receiver powered by GNU Radio and the Qt GUI toolkit. It can process I/Q data from many types of input devices, including Funcube Dongle Pro/Pro+, rtl-sdr, HackRF, and Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) devices.
Was the iMac made for ICOM radios? .hi hi. I picked up an iMac Core 2 Duo 3.06 GHz all in one off of e-bay for a good price. It has a bad screen (vertical line), but it will work for what I need it for. Ham Radio iMac (iCOM Macintosh) is what I’m calling it and it’s attached to my Icom 7300! This is not going to replace my PC, but it will be fun to use.
Ham Radio iMac Specs
It’s an Apple A1311 MB950LL/A 2009 iMac 10.1 Core 2 Duo 3.06 GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive and a 21.5″ monitor. Nice size for a monitor!
Even though it’s a 2009 I anticipate it’ll run fast enough with the latest macOS 10.12 Sierra installed.
Macs don’t have as many software apps as PC’s do for Ham Radio, but there are a few I would like to try. The Icom 7300 should play nicely with it too.
iMac (iCOM Macintosh) Software
Software that’s going to work with the Icom 7300: Have you seen RUMLogNG? From the website, “RUMlogNG is a HAM radio logging, QSL handling and printing tool, especially made for the short wave DXer, made by a DXer.” RUMLog is free and runs on a Macintosh. I saw a video on YouTube with RUMLogNG displaying the Icom 7300’s bandscope on the monitor. Similar to Icoms RS-BA1. It also boastsÂ two other neat features that are hard to explain, so I’ll just have to show you. I can tell you now, I’m impressed. ðŸ™‚
Another logging program for the newly acquired “Ham Radio iMac” is MacLoggerDX. I’ve read some great reviews on it. It is a paid application however ($95), so I’ll have to look at that one a little harder. I’ll load the trial version first.
A few more Mac applications for Ham Radio I would like to try areÂ WSJT-X, JT-Bridge and Fldigi for the Mac. I’m curious how difficult these are to install and configure. Is it like Linux?? ðŸ˜‰
The USB driver and RUMLogNG was quick. Yes sir it’s this easy!
Ham Sdr Software For Mac Os X 10 13 Download
I can use the iMac for multimedia storage, photo and video editing too. It will earn it’s keep.
What Ham Radio software do you run on your Mac? Music editing software for mac.
Sdr For Mac Os X
Icom 7300 Configuration
Sdr On Mac
See the Icom 7300 configuration screenshots here. Menu>Set>Connectors