Finally! We have a full-fledged native SDR for Android! ON5RYZ has announced its first public pre-release on Twitter a couple of days back. Initial, reports suggest support for all popular SDRs like RTL, HACKRF, LIME SDR & AIR SPY works beautifully without any major glitches.
- Multi VFO
- Wide hardware support (both through SoapySDR and dedicated modules)
- SIMD accelerated DSP
- Cross-platform (Windows, Linux, OSX and BSD)
- Full waterfall update when possible. Makes browsing signals easier and more pleasant
- Modular design (easily write your own plugins)
Full List of Compatible SDRs
- Airspy HF+
- PlutoSDR (network only)
- SDR++ Server
I’m happy to release the first PUBLIC pre-release of SDR++ for #Android! Please read the github post for a download link, supported hardware, etc.(currently natively supported are the @rtlsdrblog , the @airspy_com, the @GSGlabs #HackRF,@rfspace, and more!)https://t.co/KKJhBXfJd8 pic.twitter.com/MxpClYZP1u
— Whatsthegeek 🐲 (@ryzerth) March 24, 2022
Why this is important?
No one has successfully written a complete wideband SDR for Android. WIth SDR Plus Plus (that’s what ON5RYZ have named it) just stick your favourite SDR into your phone and enjoy!
ON5RYZ is a 20-year-old student in Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Liège.
This is highly experimental built, don’t blame us for bugs and issues.
Here’s the link to Github: https://github.com/AlexandreRouma/SDRPlusPlus