Perseus 4.0c (Beta Release)
- Hello to all,
A new Perseus release is now in the BETA phase.
Here is the download link:
There are quite a few changes in both client and server.
-The servers map is no longer integrated in the Perseus software (when clicking on the "Show Map" button, a default browser window will open).
The link between the map and the Perseus software is done by a tool (included in the package) called mttps.exe. During the first run, administrative privileges are required to properly register the MTTP protocol.
-Buttons font rendering was modified to address some users that reported "blocky" or hardly readable labels on some buttons.
-Audio Delay: this new feature inserts a configurable delay in the DSP chain, please refer to the release notes (included in the package) for more information about it.
-Support for the delay feature
-Restarting the server is no longer needed after a DNS change
-Blacklist support: using a text file (as explained in the release notes) it is possible to reject connections from an IP address or family of IP addresses (server software settings has a new section).
Enjoy this new release!
The Microtelecom Development Team
- Have you tried wrapping the input and output cables from the laptop power supply with toroid chokes? I've had good success quieting PC noise that way for many years.
73, Mark N3IRJ
On 9/4/13 2:47 PM, N9OVQ wrote:
And just to complicate matters further ... I use an HP Pavilion g series
laptop. It is whisper quiet at my primary QTH, where my Wellbrook loop
is mounted 35 feet from the house and everything in the shack is
grounded. At my condo in Chicago, however, the same laptop is noisy,
although I am using a third-party power supply and the Wellbrook loop is
installed only 8-feet away from the building. Fortunately, the noise
disappears when I run the laptop on batteries, so that is how I use the
Perseus when I DX from downtown Chicago.
Mike Nikolich - N9OVQ
-- 73, Mark N3IRJ Reinholds, PA Perseus SDR/G5RV/Wellbrook Loop/Mestor for unattended recordings