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Software options for RF Explorer

RF Explorer spectrum analyzer can be used as a standalone tool, but can also be connected to a computer for additional features.

This page contains a comprehensive list of software available for RF Explorer, coming from different sources and vendors. This list is intended to help you to better understand the different options available, but we are not responsible for any of the 3rd party published applications. We suggest to contact the 3rd party web pages for additional and updated info on any of the offerings.

Software for RF Explorer

ProductPlatformDescriptionCompanyPrice
RF Explorer for Windows

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Powerful and fast, includes all standard Spectrum Analyzer features, as well as enhanced functionality such as 3D Waterfall and remote control command.

It also includes the required firmware uploader to keep your RF Explorer unit with latest updates.

RF Explorer official website

free
Vantage for MacOS

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Robust and easy to use standard spectrum analyzer functionality for Mac, all RF Explorer models supported. Includes file export for major 3rd party coordination software tools.

Future advanced features in the roadmap.

$99
Touchstone

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Powerful, user friendly general purpose spectrum analysis and frequency monitoring, includes adjustable RBW, easy operation and 2 display charts

Nuts About Nets

free
Touchstone Pro

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Same as Touchstone, the Professional version adds a total of 5 display charts, advanced reporting and channel band monitoring

Nuts About Nets

$49
Touchstone for Mac

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Touchstone and Touchstone Pro for Mac are available from NutsAboutNets. It brings the same functionality of Touchstone Windows to Mac OSX.

Nuts About Nets

$49
ClearWaves

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

This is the tool you need for advanced RF frequency coordination, a must have for Audio and Video professionals.

Precise, wideband RF spectrum scanning, visualization and channel coordination. Includes advanced intermodulation and frequency monitoring features, 5 display charts, and reporting.

Nuts About Nets

$295
Touchstone Mobile

 

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Available for Android OTG phones and tablets, it turns data collected from RF Explorer spectrum analyzers into highly graphical charts and displays, enabling users to more readily visualize the RF environment, monitor RF signals, troubleshoot RF issues, and detect sources of RF interference.  

Nuts About Nets

$49 
RFTrack

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Available for Android OTG phones and tablets, it combines GPS location from Android and RF activity from RF Explorer to create a worldwide TVWS database.

ICTP

free
RF Guru + RF Scanner

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

RF Guru is a complete frequency coordination and intermodulation assistant for Audio professionals. The RF Scanner tool connects RF Guru to RF Explorer and other spectrum analyzers.

Stage Research

Visit website
WWB6 – Wireless Workbench 6

Offline connection with CSV imported files

Complete solution for frequency coordination. It can import CSV files from RF Explorer for Windows for offline analysis.

Axient - Shure

Visit website
RF Explorer for Python

Recommended for developers

Interface API to easily connect RF Explorer to Phyton language and tools

RF Explorer Python wiki

Free, open source
iRFExplorer

Realtime connection with RF Explorer

Basic and easy to use standard spectrum analyzer functionality for Mac.

Mac OS X 10.7 and later, make sure you install the Silicon Labs driver as per installation instructions.

Dirk-Willem van Gulik - Appstore  

If you are a developer or 3rd party company with software connecting with RF Explorer, let us know, we will add you to this list. It is the best way to make your software visible to the large RF Explorer user base.

Comments   

# Diogo Nunes Pereira 2014-10-30 17:40
Just finished a tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans in Shure Wireless Workbench 6.
There's an English and a Spanish version at Shure's WWB6 forum:

http://shure-community.custhelp.com/posts/2dd89376b3

Just a tiny grain of sand,

Cheers,

D
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# Webmaster 2014-10-30 17:53
Quoting Diogo Nunes Pereira:
Just finished a tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans in Shure Wireless Workbench 6.
There's an English and a Spanish version at Shure's WWB6 forum:

http://shure-community.custhelp.com/posts/2dd89376b3

Just a tiny grain of sand,

Cheers,

D


Diogo,

These are great tutorials, nice contribution to the community. Do you mind if we add it on the RF Explorer distribution group? many users are probably interested in knowing this tutorial.

Regards
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# Diogo Nunes Pereira 2014-10-31 08:36
Quoting Webmaster:
Quoting Diogo Nunes Pereira:
Just finished a tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans in Shure Wireless Workbench 6.
There's an English and a Spanish version at Shure's WWB6 forum:

http://shure-community.custhelp.com/posts/2dd89376b3

Just a tiny grain of sand,

Cheers,

D


Do you mind if we add it on the RF Explorer distribution group?


Not at all. Please do.

Thank you,

D
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# William 2016-09-19 19:53
Dear Webmaster, I want to contribute with this comunity and develop an open source library to comunicate with RF Explorer using LabView, although I could find the basic protocol instructions, the RF explorer is not responding to any of my commands. Where could I found more information about the protocol, and conection stablishment?

Best Regards,
William
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# Webmaster 2016-09-21 00:04
Dear William, thanks for your kind contribution offering, we can provide you full support to develop and contribute with LabView drivers.

Please open a thread in www.rf-explorer.com/forum to better help you there.

Best Regards
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# Stefano 2014-11-06 12:29
Quoting Diogo Nunes Pereira:
Just finished a tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans in Shure Wireless Workbench 6.
There's an English and a Spanish version at Shure's WWB6 forum:

http://shure-community.custhelp.com/posts/2dd89376b3

Just a tiny grain of sand,

Cheers,

D



thank you! great job!
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# Jzamora 2017-01-08 22:26
great job Diogo!
just tried your method to import the .csv files to WWB6 and it works nicely. Thank you for your contribution
Cheers
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