There are two concurrent DDC channels with 24 selectable output bandwidths, one ranging from 20 kHz to 4 MHz and the other
from 20 kHz to 2 MHz. Each can be used as an independent "virtual receiver". There is is also a simultaneous 16 MHz wide real-time spectrum
There are numerous demodulation modes, continuously variable demodulator bandwidth from 1 Hz to 320 kHz (in 1 Hz increments), waterfall spectrum analyzers, scanning, searching, logging and task scheduling facilities, as well as an audio real-time spectrum analyzer, test and measurement functions, noise blankers and notch filters.
There is also an integrated recorder, making it possible to instantly record and playback the received signal both at the DDC (4 MHz wide) and audio levels.
Recording offers also pre-buffering feature in order not to lose any transmission.
The receiver is entirely software-defined, which means that additional demodulations or decoding modes can be easily added by a mere software change.