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In the present paper the educational software ARaCS is introduced as a tool to help in the radio channel characterization teaching field. The developed software implements an automated swept-time delay cross correlation sounder with general features. The behavior of this kind of wideband sounders can be analyzed and the influence of their main parameters stated by means of the use of this tool. In combination with a wide range of hardware front-ends or broadband versions of these components, it results a powerful teaching tool in the radio channel characterization field.