FreX is a Windows PC program to generate frequencies
All FreX software utilizes high performance, machine language optimized Windows ActiveX controls. All FreX software is 32 bit, and developed on Windows XP using Microsoft Studio 6. FreX software requires Windows 98SE or higher to run its ActiveX libraries. Recommended operating system is Windows XP. Works on all Windows versions tested to Windows 10.
Please note that software based frequency generators can only be as good as the hardware on the computer, which can vary greatly.
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