Hello and welcome to Radio Reference! Although I don't have an SDS series scanner yet, this is interesting, thank you for posting! I'm not a subscriber to Facebook. Is there any other way I could download this from another link or could it be uploaded here to RR?
It is kinda a graphical representation of the recieved signal. This looks experimental but on sdr radios usually you can see a large bandwidth and see signals. To learn more there is a section on rr about software define radio, look there you can probably find links/info to help you understand,and/or you can buy sdr dongles for your PC for like $20 and use SDR# or other software to experiment with.Does anybody have some good links for a noob when it comes to these bandscopes?
Specifically, what it is, what its used for and how to read what you're seeing to use to your advantage?
I've been involved with scanners since I was 13 but with "band scopes" and "waterfalls", I have a feeling there is still a lot to be learned.
Not to go off topic but that is the least of your worries on FB! It's very insecure, it's hacked constantly and even the owner has snooped and downloaded your personal stuff and sold it to who knows who? Friends don't let friends use FB.Weird, I've been on Facebook for over 10 years and have never gotten "unsolicited" emails.
Happy to be name-checked here, and delighted that someone put my initial SDS100 hunting, pecking and scratching around to good use!