Roger wrote:Bosque wrote: I had planned to use one tuner for general SWLing and the other as a signal source for a panadapter/waterfall display. While I have been able to use the RSPduo as a SW receiver and am very impressed, my principal purpose in buying the unit was for the panadapter/waterfall display use in contesting and DXing. . . .
You can do everything you want with SDRuno right now. Use one tuner for general SWLing and the other for your panadapter. Use Tuner 1 (Hi-Z or Ant A) for SWLing in one instance of SDRuno and then use another SDRuno instance with Tuner 2 to connect to your ham rig IF, RX out or SDR switch as a panadapter. Each VRX has the ability to set audio outputs and separate Omni-Rig or Cat support...
I'm sorry I didn't make myself more clear. When contesting, I use N1MM+ for logging. The RSPduo was meant to be the receiver for an integrated bandscope and waterfall. For DXing the duo was meant to be integrated with a Skimmer. Both of these goals require an EXTIO.