SDRuno is a well developed and sophisticated SDR application that is ideally suited for the RSP from SDRplay. The use of undocked windows within the interface is unconventional but easy to master. You are then free to use SDRuno’s workspace store to build and save custom layouts to suit different monitoring roles. The easy linking with other hardware and external controllers is another big plus point that will appeal to many users. Given the excellent value of the RSP from SDRplay, the free availability of the SDRuno software makes this a compelling combination. If you have an RSP, then you really ought to give this a try. SDRuno is a free Windows download and is available from the SDRplay website.
It’s good to see that SDRplay have been listening to their customers and implemented an excellent range of enhancements, whilst delivering a very low price. The RSP-1A is now a very attractive proposition for those wanting a wideband, budget, SDR. The RSP-1A is signifcantly better than any of the RTL-based alternatives. Some will be wondering whether they should upgrade from the RSP-1 and I would say it’s certainly worth it if you are experiencing strong signals. The combination of the new flter banks and the 10-step RF gain control make it easy to tame the incoming signal for best overall performance.
Klik op de afbeelding om de beoordeling te lezen. Hij schrijft onder andere: “…the RSP1A has several notable improvements especially the front end and broadcast band notch filters. The new release of SDRuno is a huge improvement over the earlier versions. I like that you can click a band button and see the whole band and it has many features that are not included in other software such as Stereo FM with RDS, Tmate, CAT, and OmniRig control. The RSP1A is excellent value for money and probably the best wideband SDR on the market.”