Freitag, 7. Oktober 2016

Join the beta program for RF Analyzer

It took me quite some time to get the new RF Analyzer version done (I had a lot of other things going on, mainly studying on my master..).
Now I want to continue to release new versions more continuously again and therefore I started a beta program to ensure the stability of the app does not suffer.

Here is the link to join the beta program:

If you didn't get the app from Google Play, the beta is also available on GitHub:

Version 1.13 will contain many bugfixes (collected over the year) and also the promised bookmark feature. For the future I plan to support the SDRplay and include digital demodulation modes (PSK31, ...)

changelog for version 1.13
 - Bookmark frequencies
 - Including hackrf_android 1.12 (support for rad1o)
 - Select unit for frequency and bandwidth (MHz,kHz,Hz) in jump dialog
 - Many bugfixes

At this point I want to thank everyone who contacted me and providing me with a ton of feedback and bug reports! Please keep it up!


  1. Hi Dennis,regarding your hackrf or rf analyzer, is it work for freq. 2.4GHz?. Thanks

  2. Yes, if you have a Hack RF then you can use it with the app in the 2.4 GHz spectrum. It has a range of 100MHz to 6 GHz.

  3. How much the price if you send to indonesia?

    1. Sorry, I taught this blog is one of the reseller of hack rf. btw your project is awesome.

  4. Hi Dennis.
    My RTL-SDR has one input for HF and one for UV. In the software for Windows is it possible to switch between "Quadrature samling" for VHF and "Q-Branch" for HF.
    I can´t find the "Q-branch"in your Android software, and therefore it isn´t possible for me to listen at the shortwave bands.
    Please let me know if it´s possible in my case, than I will upgrade to your software for Android.