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AW: [dxatlas] WG: FT1000MP & Softrock IF

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  • Tobias Wellnitz
    Hi Alex, thanks. I just changed the labels of pmFreqA and pmFreqB in the inifile. Now I can use the main receiver independent of the subreceiver where the sdr
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      Hi Alex,

      thanks. I just changed the labels of pmFreqA and pmFreqB in the inifile. Now
      I can use the main receiver independent of the subreceiver where the sdr /
      skimmer is connected to.

      73 Toby
      EA4/DH1TW

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      Gesendet: Dienstag, 1. Juli 2008 01:59
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      Betreff: Re: [dxatlas] WG: FT1000MP & Softrock IF



      Hi Toby,

      It is the OmniRig engine that decides which receiver to use. The commands
      to read the receiver frequency are stored in the FT-1000 MP.ini file in the
      OmniRig\Rigs directory. You can create a clone of this file and put another
      command that reads sub-receiver instead of the main receiver. The ini file
      structure is described in the documentation on the
      http://www.dxatlas <http://www.dxatlas.com/omnirig/> com/omnirig/ web site.
      Just remember to switch back to
      the original file when using another program, such as Faros, that needs to
      work with the main receiver.

      73 Alex VE3NEA

      > Hi Alex,
      >
      > I'm using a Softrock IF on 455kHz in the sub-receiver of my FT1000MP.
      > Unfortunately cw-skimmer is retrieving the frequency information always
      > from
      > the main receiver.
      >
      > Might there be the posibility to add the feature to use also the
      > subreceiver
      > in on of the further versions of cw-skimmer?
      >
      > 73 Toby
      > EA4/DH1TW
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >






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