IQ Demo Files
Here you can find off air IQ recordings for you to check your SDRuno and related software settings for a variety of different situations.
If you don’t already have an RSP, because these demo files have been recorded using an RSPdx, you can get to see and hear exactly how SDRuno works in conjunction with an RSPdx. Simply download a copy of SDRuno from https://www.sdrplay.com/sdruno/ and follow the instructions below to select the WAV file input using one of the IQ files below. (Please note these are not traditional audio “WAV” files – the WAV format is used as a wrapper to contain these very large data files (100s of MBytes) containing the stream of data normally exchanged over the USB cable between RSP and computer)
If you have an RSP and are configuring software for specific types of signal decoding, we have included a number of sample IQ demo recordings you can use to check your setup before looking for real world signals.
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