The world of traditional radio has changed, with high-end FM receivers now including internet (TCP/IP) control and digital HD radio features. WorldStation™ 4.5
is a full-featured software package (see features below) that controls these receivers remotely either through a RJ-45 or serial port interface.
The software has been under continous development and improvement for over 10 years.
The Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10 operating systems are supported (XP and Vista are not supported).
WorldStation™ control software has been under development for over 10 years and is use by consumers around the world as well as in government. All this development work
was adapted to work with the new generation of controllable FM receivers. WorldStation™ "talks to" the embedded web server built into the DaySequerra M4 series unit
and allows the user to set frequency, HD mode and so forth. In addition, the radio "pushes" status updates to our software every couple of seconds,
updating album art, artist and title information. Separate "tuners" are available for the AM and FM bands.
The DaySequerra M4 series is a professional rack-mounted AM/FM receiver sold to industry professionals who want to monitor engineering parmeters. For the FM "prosumer",
it is state-of-the-art FM receiver with class leading sensitivity and excellent HD support. Importantly, the receiver also has digital PCM output for both analog and HD broadcasts,
for easy "plug and play" integration into a home theatre or basic stereo setup.
Our software is designed for the armchair FM enthusiast, who wants superior radio performance as well as all the extras like full FCC AM and FM databases.
With a directional rooftop FM antenna, it is possible to hear broadcasts (particularly over water), hundreds of miles away.
Here in Massapequa on the south shore of Long Island, NY, I routinely hear stations in Atlantic City (e.g. WMGM - 100 miles) and Boston (eq. WEEI - 200 miles) with perfect clarity.
Of course AM broadcasts can be heard for thousands of miles at night with an outdoor antenna.
WorldStation™ has specific features to support the AM DX'er (long distance) such as the FCC Clear Channel database.
Twitter Interface Included: Now you now can run our WorldStation™ software and use it's Twitter real-time interface. By entering your keywords
you can track tweets in real-time for any topic of interest to you. The interface includes extensive Twitter management tools as well.
WorldStation™ 4.5 Feature List / DaySequerra
Some highlights of the package include:
WorldStation™ Feature Set
Unlimited AM and FM Presets. Callsign, frequency and HD or analog stream are embedded in the preset for ease of identification. WorldStation™ has it's own preset database.
Full "point and click" FCC AM Database featuring multiple views of AM station data. Update the database from the FCC web site with the click of a button.
Databases integrated with Google Earth. Visualize transmitter sites in Google Earth with distance lines from your location. See 3D visualization of antenna patterns. Tune the radio from Google Earth.
Upcoming full FCC FM and Canadian station database with engineering data. The database has been developed from scratch by Dxtra. We are in the process of integrating it into WorldStation™
HD Artist Experience supported. Title, artist and album art are updated in near real-time.
Dynamic HD stream setting. The interface automatically adjusts to the presence of HD streams and shows the HD logo if HD is available.
WorldStation™ can run on multiple PC's simultaneously.
Full Twitter professional package included. Forget about simple "tweeting", now you can monitor tweets on any subject. All you need is a twitter account to get started.
Full access to Dxtra's Conference Server, chat and see what other user's radios are tuned to in real-time.
A video is worth a thousand words. Check out our state-of-the-art frequency databases in the YouTube videos below.
Dxtra (pronounced deeXtra) is the developer of the popular WorldStation™ Radio Control Software. We are now adding drivers to support popular
high-performance receivers like the DaySequerra M4 series. We still maintain our legacy drivers for shortwave receiver, available in our store.