What's the difference between SDRUno and SAS?

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KE2KB
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What's the difference between SDRUno and SAS?

Postby KE2KB » Tue Sep 04, 2018 7:50 pm

Hi;
I have an SDRPlay RSP1 I use with SDRUno. I was curious about Steve Andrew's Spectrum Analyzer software, so I downloaded and installed the current alpha.
Looking at SAS compared to SDRUNO, I see the same 10Mhz spread of the spectrum. Yes, SAS will have some specialized functions, but I don't have much experience with spectrum analysis, so can someone please explain to me when I would want SAS and not SDRUNO?

Thanks for your help
FW

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g1hbe
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Re: What's the difference between SDRUno and SAS?

Postby g1hbe » Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:37 am

If you are not into serious test & measurement, you won't need the Spectrum Analyser software. Although an SA is basically a radio receiver, the user interface is more suitable for measurement and analysis (with features such as max/min hold etc) than the standard Uno-type software.
Actually Uno can be used as a pretty good SA anyway, but it is quite 'busy' and I suppose it could cause confusion.

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KE2KB
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Re: What's the difference between SDRUno and SAS?

Postby KE2KB » Thu Sep 06, 2018 4:51 pm

Thanks for the explanation.

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