I realize this thread seems to mostly run it’s course, but another option (for the more DIY inclined) is Open MQTT Gateway. I am using it for 433mhz but it also does RF (and BLE, and some others for that matter).
I like it because it runs on a number of different microcontrollers ($ cheap! ) and has a nicely architected modular nature, so you can include whatever protocols you need (and add others later, if or when needed). This way of learning only one software to handle multiple needs is much more in line with how I value my personal time nowadays. No need to keep re-learning all these different proprietary softwares one after the other, only to eventually bump into some (usually artificial, imposed by the manufacturer) limitation.
Ultimately of course what we are talking about is following principles of Free (as in freedom) / Libre Software. When software (like Open MQTT Gateway) is designed from the beginning (GPL3 licensed) with your freedom of choice in mind, well that is exactly what you will end up with. Lots of options / choice, and no artificial limitations.
If, like me, you have had enough with these type of artificial limitations from manufacturers, you can help out a lot by simply using the term Free (or Libre) Software, instead of the much more common nowadays “Open Source” which (as the link explains) while being mostly about the same things, puts the focus on the wrong ideals (in mine, and many others, humble opinions).
Cheers and happy Friday everyone!