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Re: Version 2.3 License

M0ZEH <m0zeh@...>
 

Got it now. You need the old for comparisons with the new.


Screenshots

Ken Alexander
 

Hi Simon,

I know you're busy but I'm just wondering if you had a chance to check those screenshots I sent you?

Thanks!

Ken Alexander
So Phisai, Thailand
Blog:  bueng-ken.com


Re: No RIFF Field

Paul White
 

Simon, any chance the new file type options could include an override for "always RF64"? That would be great for testing and PIAs like me.


lime usb and 3.0.6

 
Edited

HI ALL

I do have a problem in 3.0.6  with Lime USB

After TX it does tx but swiching back to receive SDR console  locks up
as if it comes in a kind of loop. 
It happens on all frequencies.
I tried to put off duplex and half duplex but no luck.

In 3.0.5 I did not have that problem..
Changing SRDsourceLime.dll  in 3.0.6 to that dll file from 3.0.5 everything works ok.

I tried on different pc's etc etc, different usb ports etc etc. but no luck. 
Firmware in the Lime is the latests and OC usb 3.

Perhaps I do something wrong in the settings ???
Any help ???

Onno PA0ONO


Re: SDRPlay released new hardware API #sdrplay

Brian Morrison
 

On Sat, 16 Mar 2019 05:37:18 -0700
"himmelrote" <amul99@...> wrote:

SDRPlay released new
API/HW DRIVER – V3.02 ( https://www.sdrplay.com/windl4.php ) (14TH MAR 2019)
Is any plans to integrate it in SDR Console?
Does it need that? I think that just updating the Windows drivers would
be enough, SDR Console simply uses what is already installed to talk to
SDRplay harware over USB.

--

Brian Morrison G8SEZ


SDRPlay released new hardware API #sdrplay

himmelrote <amul99@...>
 

https://www.sdrplay.com/downloads/

SDRPlay released new
API/HW DRIVER – V3.02 (14TH MAR 2019)
Is any plans to integrate it in SDR Console?


Re: Connecting a CW-key

sm6fhz
 

Lime-SDR would be the first target.


Re: Connecting a CW-key

Jeffrey Gray <jlgray.kr3ep@...>
 

What radio are you using?


On Sat, Mar 16, 2019, 7:53 AM sm6fhz <ingolf.fhz@...> wrote:
Hi.
Does anyone know a way to connect a CW-key and transmit CW via SDR-console? Is there a way to do that available?
If not, how to key and transmit CW via SDR-console? 
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


Re: Version 2.3 License

Mike Bott
 

On 3/16/19 4:53 AM, M0ZEH wrote:
I recommend the latest version here https://www.sdr-radio.com/Software/Version3
_._,_._,_


Thanks, but as a member of Simon's test team, I'm well aware of Version 3.

--
Mike


Re: Connecting a CW-key

sm6fhz
 

Hi.
Does anyone know a way to connect a CW-key and transmit CW via SDR-console? Is there a way to do that available?
If not, how to key and transmit CW via SDR-console? 
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


SDRConsole V3 wish list ...

Pietro Bossi
 

Hello,

waiting for the Satellite Module with auto-switch function (automatically select the next passing NOAA satellite), I'm using WxToImg also as CAT tracker.
Apart that in my case, WxToImg refuse to work with virtual serial ports above #9 (tested with VSPE or Com0Com), there is a problem using Kenwood cat command: when pass begin, WxToImg issue some preliminary commands as MD4; which correspond to "Narrow FM Mode". In this way, Console switch to NFM mode that's is by far too narrow to permit good reception of noaa satellites. 
In effect, SDR Console's command to select "WFM mode" is MD8;

It would be great and useful to have a kind of "mapping options" to map received CAT command to actual Console function.

Due to fact that WxToImg software seem to be dead as support, I think there is no other solutions .... eventually I try to hack WxToImg but I didn't find any way to modify it ....

What do you think about this ? Any other solution ?

Regards, Pietro @ HB9RXC
 


Re: Version 2.3 License

M0ZEH <m0zeh@...>
 

I recommend the latest version here https://www.sdr-radio.com/Software/Version3


Version 2.3 License

Mike Bott
 

Quick question about Version 2.3 License Keys. These appear to be valid until 01/31/2020. Will these be extended anytime in the future for those of us that still make use of the earlier version?

Thanks!

--
Mike


Re: OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

Simon Brown
 

Hi,

 

I can look at this next week, I’m in the middle of some Geostationary / Es’Hail 2 work and can’t break off.

 

FWIW the OmniRig support expects 32-bit frequencies so for this and another reason will not work above 2GB.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI
www.sdr-radio.com

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dana Shtun
Sent: 15 March 2019 15:24
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: [SDR-Radio] OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

 

 

 

 

 

Guys I tried it with the K3.  Thanks Phil!

 

Using the Omnirig client program from VE3NEA the readings above 1296 are erroneous if you remove the LO values

that Roger included. 

 

WIth the LO values left it OMNIRIG outputs the IF properly ie. 28 MHz. I suspect the client program has the same limitations

on the integer values as the original OMNIRIG thus giving incorrect values above 1296 Mhz. ? … not really sure though.

 

Interestingly,  WinLog32 works just fine showing 2304, 3456,5760, so I suspect its a matter

of how the software deals with the numerical values generated, or maybe what compiler was used? Phil what did you use?

 

With SDR Console it also shows erroneous values above 1296 but then it crashed.  I wonder if Simon could comment on that?

 

A wee bit of progress.  Anyone else find the same??  

 

73 Dana VE3DS

 

On Mar 15, 2019, at 04:49, Phil M0VSE via Groups.Io <phil@...> wrote:

 

I have compiled a binary but haven't had a chance to test it, let me know if you want to give it a go.

He seems to have added quite a few transverter specific features as well which look quite good (if they work!)

73 Phil M0VSE

 

 

 


Spam Sorry!!

ve3dss@...
 

Sorry for the Spam, I seem to be getting an error message when I Send e mail
from the server…

73 Dana VE3DS


OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

Dana Shtun
 





Guys I tried it with the K3.  Thanks Phil!

Using the Omnirig client program from VE3NEA the readings above 1296 are erroneous if you remove the LO values
that Roger included. 

WIth the LO values left it OMNIRIG outputs the IF properly ie. 28 MHz. I suspect the client program has the same limitations
on the integer values as the original OMNIRIG thus giving incorrect values above 1296 Mhz. ? … not really sure though.

Interestingly,  WinLog32 works just fine showing 2304, 3456,5760, so I suspect its a matter
of how the software deals with the numerical values generated, or maybe what compiler was used? Phil what did you use?

With SDR Console it also shows erroneous values above 1296 but then it crashed.  I wonder if Simon could comment on that?

A wee bit of progress.  Anyone else find the same??  

73 Dana VE3DS

On Mar 15, 2019, at 04:49, Phil M0VSE via Groups.Io <phil@...> wrote:

I have compiled a binary but haven't had a chance to test it, let me know if you want to give it a go.

He seems to have added quite a few transverter specific features as well which look quite good (if they work!)

73 Phil M0VSE




Re: OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

ve3dss@...
 

I tried it with the K3.  Thanks Phil!

Using the Omnirig client program from VE3NEA the readings above 1296 are erroneous if you remove the LO values
that Roger included. 

WIth the LO values left it OMNIRIG outputs the IF properly ie. 28 MHz. I suspect the client program has the same limitations
on the integer values as the original OMNIRIG thus giving incorrect values above 1296 Mhz. ? … not really sure though.

Interestingly,  WinLog32 works just fine showing 2304, 3456,5760, so I suspect its a matter
of how the software deals with the numerical values generated, or maybe what compiler was used? Phil what did you use?

With SDR Console it also shows erroneous values above 1296 but then it crashed.  I wonder if Simon could comment on that?

A wee bit of progress.  Anyone else find the same??  

73 Dana VE3DS

On Mar 15, 2019, at 04:49, Phil M0VSE via Groups.Io <phil@...> wrote:

I have compiled a binary but haven't had a chance to test it, let me know if you want to give it a go.

He seems to have added quite a few transverter specific features as well which look quite good (if they work!)

73 Phil M0VSE


Re: OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

Siegfried Jackstien
 

what about uploading it to dropbox so all can try it??

also then no probleme with sending "exe" files over mail

dg9bfc sigi

Am 15.03.2019 um 11:49 schrieb Phil M0VSE via Groups.Io:

I just tried to upload it to the files section but I guess I need permission?

If you let me know your email address, I will forward it to you. I will do some testing tonight but I will be of limited help if things don't work!

Just copy omnirig.exe into your usual Omnirig directory.

73 Phil M0VSE


Re: OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

Phil M0VSE
 

I have uploaded it to my website for people who want to test it

https://www.m0vse.uk/downloads.html?download=5:omnirig64

Please don't expect me to be of any use if you run into problems as my knowledge of Delphi is pretty sketchy to say the least!

Make sure you take a backup of your existing omnirig.exe before you overwrite anything.

73 Phil M0VSE


Re: OMNIRIG - limited to 2 GHz

Clive Sanders
 

Thanks Phil, Email is...     sandersclive@...