I do understand the problem of having two separate PSDR.
A workaround would be to make a copy of the whole PowerSDR folder in programs as another name and delete into the newly copied folder the PowerSDR.mdb file, then create a link on your desktop of the PowerSDR.exe of this new folder. That way you will have two separate instances of the same PowerSDR program each having its own settings.
Nowadays it seems to me that the 24hours are not enough on each day since I'm involved in quite a few things, one is this
that very few noticed it and I think that it will provide what is needed in the homebrew SDR community, I have done two prototypes so far included the first version of the firmware and the driver for Windows PSDR-IQ.
Regarding advancements in older PSDR-IQ v1.12.2x I decided to leave this at its current state and focus on the new v2.x and try to move functionality from previous version to the next.
It will be tedious but has to be done sooner or later so I already started despite the fact that 1.19.3 is very-alpha code and quite unstable.
Given that, it is also a good point to re-design some of the previous functionality so this request of yours falls into this category.
Nevertheless, it will take some time (unless Flex comes with some steady code soon) so we need to accommodate ourselves with what we currently have although that is not what you wanted to hear. :-)
Best wishes for a Happy Forthcoming New Year,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wa9cgz" <joeprice@...> wrote:
> In as much as version 2 is still some time away and i'm unsure if it help me a great deal since I use XP with the LPTI control would it be possible to add 2 meters transmit and receive to version 1.20? I know this can be done using the EXPERT and EXTENDED function under the SI570 box however the information for 2 meters such as Xmitt Phase and Gain needs to be entered each time the program is started. I'm currently using one of Dave's (WB6DHW) UHF SDR boards in a 2 Meter rig.
> Also could you please explain how to run 2 versions of Power SDR on the same computer because Dave's board is a divide by 2 and my HF rig is divide by 4 for the SI570.I would like to be able to use the same computer and sound card for both HF and 2.
> Thank you Joe wa9cgz