Superfast analyzer for audio and radio signals. Examining radio signals is the original idea of Analyzer2000. Simply connect the AF-output of your receiver to the input of your soundcard and see, what you hear. Use SSB and you will have a feeling like using an expensive IF panorama adapter. Support for this version has been discontinued.
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