Remote B737 Radio Panel is an small application that makes your flight easier, particularly if you have no radio panel as hardware.
It is compatible with FS9, FSX and Prepar3Dv1/v2 flight simulators.
The new version 1.1 is now compatible with X-Plane9/10 flight simulators.
You enjoy flying with Boeing 737?
Then B737 radio panel is the right decision for you.
You can view or change all important navigation and communication FS frequencies:
COMM1 act / stby
NAV1 act / stby
The radio stack is in a B737 look, but you can use it with all other FS aircrafts.
Using with FS9, FSX or P3Dv1/v2:
To connect the radio panel with the flight simulator you need FSUIPC.
You can also start the application from a network computer by using WideFS.
Using with X-Plane:
To connect the radio panel with the flight simulator you need XPUIPC.
or you can also start the application from a network computer by using XPWideClient.
You can download for free the current XPUIPC version from:
- The radio panel window can be placed anywhere on the desktop and can be scaled so as you want.
- With right mouse button click on the panel from the shortcut menu, you can change the color of the digits.
- After closing the window the current position, size and color of the digits are saved for the next start of the application.
- ADF / ANT mode switch
- ADF NDB Morse ID tone ON / OFF
- FS connection status bar
Make sure that on your computer is installed 32 bit Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If not, or is already 64 bit installed, you can download for free and install it from official Oracle website:
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