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SDRuno Webinar recording available

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:05 am
by jon
Many thanks to all who participated in our first Webinar about SDRuno which we held yesterday at 16:00 UTC. A video of the event is available on Youtube -

Re: SDRuno Webinar recording available

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:29 pm
by dsalomon
I missed because of regular weekend responsibilities. However, I was able to download it using one of the many YouTube downloaders and will watch it later this week. I skipped through it this morning for a few minutes and it appears to have been done very, very well and covers the basics.

I was a previous user of Studio one, so I can attest to how good it was and as to how steep the learning curve was as well. :-) This webinar, and any others you decide to do in the future, is a welcome addition to the software.

The point of this post is just to say - THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! Not only for this webinar, but also for making the SDRUno software available, and free of charge, which was totally unexpected (at least by me) when you announced it. You guys are a welcome change to the typical SDR software / hardware vendor. You differ because of the level of support you provide, which IMHO is excellent. You're now right up there in the ranks of Simon Brown WRT software support.

Once again - THANKS and keep up the great work!

Best regards - David S., AG4F

Re: SDRuno Webinar recording available

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:29 pm
by DonHoot
Hello from a new SDRplay RSP1 owner! Thanks for the great hardware/software combo. I just listened to this webinar, and I was excited at the beginning of it as the SDRuno features were being explained. But then it just kind of seemed to drift away from that into replying to people on the chat. I heard the announcer remark a few times he was "off script". I really would like a future webinar to explain the features of the program in depth and only take questions/suggestions in the last 5-10 minutes. Thanks for listening. I had an Icom IC-751A back in the day and this small unit seems to kick it's butt, amazing how things keep advancing!!