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5.0 - Application and Device Support
5.1 - Routing Sound From SdrDx to Other Applications
5.1.1 - Under OS X
I have successfully used both SoundFlower (under OS X releases from 10.6.8 on up) and Rouge Amoeba's SoundSource (under OS X 10.12.6) to route sound from SdrDx to applications like Black Cat SSTV and fldigi.
5.1.2 - Under Windows
I have no information about doing this under Windows. Information contributions to help other users would be welcome.
5.2 - List of Applications
The following applications support SdrDx:
|Function(s) added to SdrDx||Platform(s)|
|Black Cat SSTV||SSTV reception.||OS X, Windows|
|DX ToolBox||Beacon identification, custom frequency labeling, mapping AM stations, one-click access to identification of on-the-air shortwave stations, many other additional features.||OS X, Windows|
|RUMLog||Logging, synchronization (tuning, demodulator mode) with amateur radio transceivers||Targeted to OS X, Multiplatform, but some functionality not supported under Windows|
|ObsoleteVFO Suite||Provides 26 radio-style VFOs for SdrDx. Each VFO tunes independently, remembers mode, center frequency, more. Supports VFO swap and copy, remote display of frequency and mode for all 26 VFOs.||OS X, Windows|
|SwDb||Shortwave Database: Allows you to create and maintain a database that is used by SdrDx to emplace old-radio-style station banners on the spectrum where you are tuned.||OS X|
|SteppIR SDA 100 Tunable Antenna||Allows the antenna to tune in synchrony with SdrDx frequency changes (write me about this, or check the comment section on the download page — we built it with a Python script.)||OS X, Windows|
|Kenwood TS-990S Transceiver||SdrDx can control the TS-990S, and the TS-990S can control SdrDx. There's a free script available from me that enables this. Just post a request on my blog.||OS X, Windows|
5.3 - To the Attention of Software Developers
On the next few pages, the UDP broadcast and TCP server interfaces are detailed. These interfaces provide a means for programs (and indirectly, hardware) outside of SdrDx to co-ordinate and control actions with SdrDx.
The UDP interface under OS X isn't recommended; after writing it, I found that Apple had left a bug in the OS (for years now) where a UDP socket can only be opened by one client on a single machine. This pretty directly defeats the purpose of a broadcast protocol, although it should work fine under Windows.
So instead, I recommend you use the TCP interface, which has several advantages (aside from not being essentially broken!)
I hope that if you've got an idea, you'll just go ahead and implement it. I'll help if I can, and if you need a particular message or command, don't be shy about asking me to write it in. Generally speaking, I'm more than willing, presuming only it doesn't break existing functionality.
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