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  Step-by-Step Quick Start Guides for Getting Your Software Defined Radio on the Air

The "Getting Started" Home Page for Helping New FlexRadio Users Get Their Software Defined Radios Operational

Getting your new software defined radio on the air can seem like a daunting challenge.  Yes, there are different types of connections that have to be made compared to using a traditional radio and there is the issue of getting FlexRadio PowerSDR™ loaded and configured on your PC, so we have developed detailed "step-by-step" guides specific to your radio and software version.  These guides are designed to help the new Flexer (user) get their software defined radio operational as quickly as possible.

The detailed installation instructions are found in the transceiver's respective Owner's or Operating Manuals.

Select the model of Software Defined Radio and FlexRadio PowerSDR software version below for a direct link to the specific Step-by-Step Getting Started Guide

Select the model of Software Defined Radio and FlexRadio PowerSDR software version below for a direct link for detailed installation information

Even after using the Step-by-Step Quick Start Guides if you are still having problems, please go the FlexRadio Support Center web page for information regarding getting direct support for your setting up your FlexRadio Systems' software defined radio.
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