We have now started to add shareable s1b files that can be used with SDRUno , you are welcome to download, use and edit these files to suit your own needs, Mike has kindly included his own personal file,
just download and move/copy to you mem file location that SDRUno uses
If you have any s1b files that you would be happy for us to host and share please email them to email@example.com, please include a note with relevant information particually for files that are location-based, Please note these must be your own work or have permission from the creator to allow us to share these files,
The files are available in three types dependant on which antenna port you choose to use with the file,
don’t forget to check back as we will be adding files on a regular basis, the files can be found here
SDRUno gives you the ability to create, save, rename and recall your workspaces to suit your individual needs this can be for a single screen or a multiple screen system, this video shows how that is possible
Saving a Work Space
To save a workspace have the Main panel selected this is indicated by the SDRUno text being highlighted in red, holding CTRL on your keyboard and press W then select the location to save this workspace from the 9 positions and hit Enter
Renaming a Workspace
Right Click on the Work space name, rename the Work Space and hit enter
Selecting a Workspace
To select a saved Work Space left click the work space name in the Main Panel a menu will pop up select the saved work space you require and it will load
you can find the default layout and layouts for the RSPDuo in the options menu in the main panel left click OPT in the main panel and then Auto Layouts from the menu selections
Some of you may or may not know about grey line or using a grey line map. Here is a quick primer as to why I use one. Using a a grey line map is a fantastic visual aid that might help you in catching some rare HF DX.
I usually have SDRuno running 8 hours a day 6-7 days a week and the reason is, it’s my job. But as soon as Florida sun is starting to set. I’m enjoying HF listening from transmissions originating mostly out of Western Europe (long path).
A greyline map basically separates daylight from darkness. Propagation along the grey line is usually very good. Why? The D layer (which absorbs HF signals) disappears very fast on the sunset side of the grey line and on the sunrise side The D layer has not yet built up to absorb HF transmissions that I’m after.
You can really optimize your chances of long distance listening to various areas of the world by monitoring when your region is going into grey line.
CSVUserListBrowser is a very powerful and useful piece of software, this video shows some of those features how to merge lists import your own lists and how to use it with the scanning function in SDRUno