Operate RFSPACE SDRs anywhere in the world

on your Android tablet, Windows, Linux or Mac OS


The Android application is currently in beta and will expire on June 1, 2016. It is a .APK file for Android 4.0 and newer devices it can be downloaded here:


SDRanywhere Instructions

RFSPACE maintains a Web Server list showing the radios that are publicly available. Any user with the Android or PC clients is welcome to connect.

SDR-IQ Server application
In order to access the SDR-IQ over the internet, you must run the server application on a Windows machine. The server application is available here:

Windows server quick start guide

SDR-IQ Windows server and client applications

SDR-IQ MacOS client applications

NetSDR and SDR-IP Server application
In order to access the NetSDR over the internet, you must run the Windows or MacOS server application on a machine. The server and client applications are available here:

NetSDR Windows Server application

NetSDR MacOS Server application

NetSDR MacOS client applications

The SDRanywhere application is an Android app that allows remote operation of an RFSPACE SDR-IQ, NetSDR, SDR-IP or Cloud-IQ radio from anywhere in the world. The demodulated audio and waterfall information is compressed and sent to the client application using a low bandwidth internet connection. The Cloud-IQ has a built in server and it connects directly into an ethernet jack or WIFI client. It can serve as a remote sensor node or remote RX point. The other RFSPACE radios require a computer running the server app.  

SDRAnywhere connected to a remote CloudSDR. Display is 10 MHz wide and WFM demod at 99.7 MHz.  Audio at 24 kb/s and waterfall 10 Hz update rate.

SDRAnywhere showing the 20 meter amateur radio band and AM broadcast band at a remote site.

SDRAnywhere the HDTV ATSC signal at 500 MHz at a remote site.