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What do you run with SDRuno?

Post by mbott » Wed Apr 18, 2018 1:26 pm

SDRuno is my preferred software with the SDRplay RSP2 and generally the first software that I fire up when HF listening. But, I also find that CSVUserListBrowser, Audacity & DX Toolbox are convenient to run. What other software do you find useful to you?


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Re: What do you run with SDRuno?

Post by NoelC » Wed May 23, 2018 8:32 pm

I like to decode digital signals and CW from time to time, and a ham friend of mine (some 300 miles distant) is often curious about what ham communications I can pick up, so I've tied speakers out to line in with a small cable and occasionally run:

- FLDIGI to decode CW and rtty
- I tried YAND but found fldigi did just as well.
- WSJTX to decode ham comms
- I ran MULTIPSK at some point to try to decode beacons and was successful, but I don't regularly use it.


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Re: What do you run with SDRuno?

Post by hfaero » Wed May 23, 2018 8:47 pm

With SDRUno and my RSP2 I use MultiPSK via a Realtek audio mixer to decode SELCAL codes. I also use MultiPSK with all other software as it's the only SELCAL decoder that works and has a shifter for the AF view.

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Re: What do you run with SDRuno?

Post by maximusmike55 » Wed May 23, 2018 10:40 pm

With both my RSP1 and RSP2, I am only interested in utility monitoring (I am a bit deaf, so voice listening is no longer practical). I use SDRUno through virtual audio cable to MultiPSK most of the time as frankly that covers virtually everything I need.

With this set-up I can monitor most utilities from HF up to L-Band with excellent results, just needs a bunch of antennae.

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