Youssef, Robby, Alan et al,
I have found it helpful in placing frequencies into 'SDR#' to use a
text editor to create a table such as that in the attached image.
Once you have located a frequency of interest in SDR# it is quite
easy to just leave the text editor/word processor open and then cut
and paste both the 'Center (LO)' and the 'Frequency' into the editor
page. Save it and when you want to return to such frequency, band
segment etc. just copy and paste back into the appropriate windows
I find that when changes are made you must paste the data with ','
delimiters rather than the '.' .... the ',' will subsequently be
changed automatically in SDR#, once you place your curser to the
left of the numerals and hit 'Enter' or 'left mouse click'. If want
the same frequency to show up in the 'Frequency' window just place
the cursor to the left of what ever is currently there, after
setting the 'Center' frequency, and when you 'left click' with your
mouse it will automatically change to the same 'LO'. This is
particularly helpful if you want to make a significant band segment
or complete band change. You can then use the mouse wheel to make
what ever 'off-set' you wish to exist between the 'Frequency' window
and and 'Center (LO)' window.
Please ignore any errant frequency data, especially in the FM ranges
you may see in my example. I have not yet accurately calibrated my
Alan, if useful, you may be able to 'tighten' up this description
for your page. Thanks to all of you for your work on this project.
On 4/10/2012 11:34 AM, Alan wrote:
----- Original Message -----
Subject: [softrock40] Contribute a documentation for
SR40-R and SDR#
> Hi all,
> WB5RVZ and I are working on a new document for a
quick setup of
> SoftRock40-R and SDR#. As you may have noticed on
WB5RVZ.org, the software
> section is yet to be done. So, I welcome users with
> skills to contribute to this documentation project.
I cannot claim the skills but my attempt for general usage
is on this page.
I think typing the required frequency needs clarification,
I find several
stages are necessary, not all at once.
73 Alan G4ZFQ
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