[hpsdr] Fwd: cuSDR Beta V0.3.2.7
hvh.net at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 03:52:04 PST 2013
some users already found a bug: if you turn the frequencies with the mouse
wheel while over the big frequency display, you get unmotivated frequency
hops when going over the ham band borders. If you turn it by turning the
mouse wheel in the Panadapter, everything is fine.
Will be corrected soon.
Also, the links on the OpenHPSDR website still give the old version.
Currently you need to get the files directly from the svn.
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From: Hermann <hvh.net at gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 12:28 AM
Subject: cuSDR Beta V0.3.2.7
To: hpsdr at lists.openhpsdr.org
new executables for cuSDR32 and cuSDR64 V0.3.2.7 are available on the
OpenHPSDR SVN. The sources are updated later.
Please read the README! (maybe I should rename this file to 'DONTREADME'
Many changes/bug fixes have been made:
- added possibility to switch off firmware checks (use it please for latest
- added possibility to fix the Panadapter/Waterfall spectra to the
center frequency, and tune the VFO independently from this center
frequency. So now we have differentiate between the 'center frequency'
and the 'VFO frequency', which is the frequency at which audio is
Two additional buttons gives the possibility to set either the VFO
frequency to the center frequency ('VFO = Mid'), or the center
frequency to the current VFO frequency ('Mid = VFO').
- bug fixes
- The Radio control Popup window opens now by clicking the right mouse
button. These Popups can be opened for each receiver seperately, and
can be made sticky. On the Popups you now find the controls for
averaging, grid display, Peak-Hold function, 'VFO=Mid', and 'Mid=VFO',
each of which is controlled seperately for each receiver window.
- The 'Locked Pan' feature has been extended by another mode called
'Click VFO'. If only the 'Locked Pan' mode has been choosen, the VFO
frequency is controlled by the mouse wheel or by dragging the mouse
in the Pan/Waterfall. If in addition 'Click VFO' is choosen, the VFO
frequency is controlled by clicking with the left mouse button, or by
clicking and dragging.
- The status of 'Locked Pan', 'Click VFO' and all center and VFO
frequencies are stored in the settings.ini, and are retrieved after a
restart of the application.
- Hair cross permanently turned on.
- bug fixes
This version has been tested with the latest firmware versions of all
Hermes, ANAN10, and Angelia (alpha).
No Tx yet :-o
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