SDR# (read SDR Sharp) is a high performance Software Defined Radio application. It is written in C# with both object design correctness and performance in mind. The project started as a simple proof of concept program to get hands into DSP techniques and has evolved to what it is today: A fully featured SDR capable of handling samplerates from kHz level soundcards up to multi hundred MHz dedicated samplers, thanks to its multi-core architecture. The source code is disclosed for educational purposes and for reference to those who want to build their own plugins.
Do you still think C# is too slow for DSP? Give it a try and compare with some Intel’s IPP powered concurrents out there.

SDR# reading a 2MSPS file recorded using RFSPACE's SDR-IP

 

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  1. walter2 says:

    Great software, got it running after a few brief hiccups on Win7. I will try and add some LNA/Filter hardware to make it a bit more usable, but it is really pretty impressive. Is there any way I can widen the spectrum analyzer display a bit more? It would have some real value as a low cost test instrument if I could make it span perhaps 10% of the center freqency. Not complaining, just inquiring, this may work great as the display end of my “desktop radiotelescope” project. Hugely appreciated by me.
    many thanks,
    walter

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