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How to Use Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional to Listen to Shortwave Broadcasts Online

How to Use Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional to Listen to Shortwave Broadcasts Online

If you are interested in listening to shortwave radio broadcasts from around the world, you may want to try Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional, a free software that can decode various types of signals and stream them to your browser. In this article, we will explain what Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional is, how it works, and how to use it.

Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional

What is Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional?

Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional is a Java-based software that was developed by Peter Kolb, an amateur programmer and electrical engineer from Germany[^1^]. It can be used as an alternative or supplement to expensive commercial satellite television receivers[^1^]. The software can decode signals from various sources, such as SDR-14 digital sound card, RTL-SDR dongle, WebSDR servers, or online radio streams[^1^]. It can also handle different modulation modes, such as AM, FM, SSB, CW, DRM, DAB, DAB+, and more[^1^]. The software is divided into three basic parts: Fx2kRadioDecoder, Fx2kWebViewer, and Fx2kBrowser[^1^]. The first part does all the decoding of the signal you want to listen to, while the second part puts your chosen frequency in your browser window for instant access. The third part is a tool for selecting frequencies from long lists of channels organized according to country or region of transmission[^1^]. The software is free for all users, but a donation is suggested if you use it frequently[^1^].

How does Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional work?

Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional works by receiving the radio signal from your chosen source and converting it into digital data. Then, it processes the data using various algorithms and filters to extract the audio and metadata. Finally, it sends the audio and metadata to your browser via a local web server. You can then listen to the radio broadcast using your browser's built-in audio player or an external player of your choice. You can also control the volume, mute, pause, resume, and record functions from your browser. You can also see information about the station name, frequency, mode, bitrate, quality, language, genre, and more[^1^].

How to use Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional?

To use Fx2k Radio Decoder Professional, you need to have Java installed on your computer. You can download an appropriate version from Oracle[^1^]. You also need to have a sound card or a device that can receive radio signals. You can use a SDR-14 digital sound card or a RTL-SDR dongle for this purpose[^1^]. Alternatively, you can use online sources such as WebSDR servers or radio streams[^1^]. You also need to have a web browser that supports HTML5 audio. You can use Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, or Edge for this purpose[^1^]. Once you have everything ready, you can follow these steps:

  • Extract the zip file to a folder of your choice. You will see three files: Fx2kRadioDecoder.jar, Fx2kWebViewer.jar, and Fx2kBrowser.jar[^1^].

  • Run Fx2kRadioDecoder.jar by double-clicking on it or using the command line: java -jar Fx2kRadioDecoder.jar. This will open the main window of the software where you can select your source and mode[^1^].

Select your source from the drop-down menu at the top left corner. You can choose from SDR-14 sound card (if you have one), RTL-SDR dongle (if you have one), WebSDR server (if you have internet access), or online radio stream (if you have internet access)[^1^ e0e6b7cb5c


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