Does that panadapter wraparound of the 96 kHz spectrum in Power SDR bug anyone else besides me?
In order to listen on either end you must pan the panadapter back and forth from one end to the other. I want to see the entire 96 kHz band centered on the local oscilator without panning. I also want to drag the RX filter (VFO) over the top of the panadapter at will to listen wherever I want within the 96k band without panning. Yeah, I know you can do that in other programs such as Winrad and SDR-Radio, but I like PSDR and want it to work that way too. Well, I found a workaround to do just that. This works on PSDR v2.0 and I haven't tried it on other versions.
1. Set the Zoom slider to the lowest setting all the way to the left.
2. Set VFO A to your LO frequency.
3. Click the SPEC (Spectrum) filter - The panadapter centers on your LO. and the entire 96 kHz spectrum is displayed as desired.
4. Click the appropriate filter you plan to listen with - CWL, LSB, USB etc. You'll notice that the panadapter remains centered on your LO without applying the 11 kHz offset IF.
5. Click the MultiRX button to turn on VFO B.
6. Adjust the sliders for the RX1 main receiver gain (VFO A), and the slider for the RX1 sub receiver gain (VFO B) as appropriate for the VFO you wish to listen to. These sliders are located to the left of the MultiRX button and are unlabeled.
That's it. Now you can use the VFO click set cross hairs, drag the VFO B filter on the panadapter, or drag the panadapter itself to your hearts content.
NOTE: Messing with the Pan, Center, or Zoom controls will immediately reapply the 11 kHz offset.
For more details as to why PSDR is designed this way, plus screenshots, see http://sdrbuzz.com/forum/showthread.php?t=63