Re: [dxatlas] Client.exe ?
- Hi Alex,
thank you for the info. I tested the OmniRig feature of MixW, it works
but it reads only the frequency out and does not NOT control the
frequency. But I believe this problem is caused by MixW and not by
OmniRig. By the way I made some advertising for OmniRig at the
LOGGER32 reflector and looking forward for a result.
73 de Eike, DM3ML
--- In email@example.com, "Alex, VE3NEA" <alshovk@...> wrote:
> Hi Eike,
> You are correct, OmniRig is an engine that allows any program to easily
> control the radio, simultaneously with other programs. The developer
> want to use OmniRig in his program just has to write a few lines of
> create the OmniRig object, e.g.,
> OmniRig := TOmniRigX.Create(Self);
> and then read and write the OmniRig properties - e.g., to tune VFO A at
> 7,005 kHz, he would write
> OmniRig.Rig1.FreqA := 7005000;
> OmniRig can also be used to control the COM port directly, but this
> little sense because then the developer would need to know all CAT
> of all radios. OmniRig hides the complexity of the commands from the
> programmer behind its simple interface.
> I do not have a complete list of programs that use OmniRig. Some of
> programs are listed below. Of course, all of my own programs support
> 73 Alex VE3NEA
> ----- Original Message -----
> thank you for your answer. In the meantime I found client.exe on your
> page and downloaded it. But I have a lot to learn untill I can answer
> a question of a friend of mine. I'm a newbie on OmniRig...
> When I'm right OmniRig is just an interface between an other programm
> which needs a CAT control and a transceiver. It seems that a
> programmer who is interested to use the OmniRig has to write an
> 'OmniRig' interface and to put it on the list of its maintained
> transceivers between ICOM, Kenwood et.al. Or is it possible to use
> OmniRig as a virtual COM-Interface without any change in a program
> e.g. LOGGER32 or HRD?
> Is there a information which logprograms are available to use OmniRig ?
> 73s de Eike, DM3ML