- Feb 18 3:36 PMThat makes sense.
From what I understand skimmer will only decode over a 24khz range. Are
there any plans to open this range up for people with 192k sound cards and
Any plans for an RTTY skimmer?
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Subject: Re: [dxatlas] Demo Version
I experimented a lot with different waterfall resolutions and found out that
the resolutions other than that used in CW Skimmer work very poorly for
DXing, contesting, pileup cracking, etc. Lower resolutions make it difficult
to read Morse Code visually, do not allow you to accurately set the
frequency, make the bandmap too crowded, etc. I decided to hardcode the
optimal resolution in the program. As a side benefit, this allowed me to
implement waterfall panning - you can drag the waterfall vertically and see
what is above and below the current window. Rocky has variable resolution
but does not have panning: these two functions are mutually exclusive.
Of course, nothing prevents CW Skimmer from decoding CW on the frequencies
that are not visible on the screen, decoding is independent of the display.
73 Alex VE3NEA
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