RF Software RF Investigator v3
Field strength program
The most obvious change in this version of the software is a new button on the tool bar. This button selects AM or FM studies from the same program without the need for additional software. Multiple monitor support allows the user to move the various windows as he likes to more efficiently display the data and control functions. Maps are resizable to a rectangle. The entire map display can be easily copied and pasted into another application, such as a word processor or graphics editor.
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