When reading in a new spectrum CCPNmr Analysis will always ask you to specify the Experiment Type. The solid-state experiment types have been overhauled for version 2.2.1 and most solid-state experiment types are now included in the CCPNmr Analysis software. Note that the experiment types do not correlate with pulse sequences, since some pulse sequences will give near identical spectra (e.g. PDSD, DARR and RFDR) and in other cases a simple change of the mixing time will substantially alter the peaks observed (e.g. DARR at different mixing times). Instead the Experiment Type should be chosen in accordance with the kind of spectrum observed, e.g. CC (one-bond), CC (relayed) or CC (through-space). A full table of all solid-state experiment types is available on the CCPNMR Wiki site. Additional experiments can be added by users or the CCPN team can add them.
The advantage of setting your Experiment Types when you read in your spectra is that the program can then help you to filter assignments, for instance.