I will tell you that setting the freq via the interface acts very strange.
I get it to work, and it reports a very invalid frequency when it returns.
The front panel of the Omni looks fine, but it is reporting a freq with all
sorts of hex characters in it.. If I send the request in again, 2nd,
3rd,4th.....'n'th times all works fine... Go figure.....
At 10:09 PM 10/4/99 , you wrote:
I think confusion IS the name of the game here ;-)
Yep, TenTec says controlling N1 is not supported on
the interface but WriteLog software consistently
resets the darn thing everytime it sets the transceive
frequency via the interface. Not a lot of fun in a
contest where you want to keep N-1 set. Well if no
one can tell me the relationship between the interface
and N-1, then I'll just swap my filters around and
stick the least used filter in N-1.
GL & 73,
--- Robert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The manual states that the N1 and N2 filters are NOT
> supported on the
> serial interface.. I was referring to the three
> optional filters 1.8, 500,
> and 250... Sorry if I was a little confusing (or
> At 10:16 AM 10/4/99 , you wrote:
> >Can you PLEASE say how you implemented filter
> >switching??? I could not find this in my manual
> and I
> >am trying to help the WriteLog programmer track
> down a
> >bug where the WriteLog software accidentally resets
> >the N-1 filter switch every time it sets the
> >transceive frequency. And we don't even know how
> >reset the N-1 filter if we wanted to. Can you
> >this information?
> >Tnx & 73,
> >Barry N1EU
> >--- Robert <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > Maybe tonight, right now it is simply a display
> > > only type thing. I
> > > have the filters and mode switching enabled, now
> > > the frequency..
> >Do You Yahoo!?
> >Bid and sell for free at http://auctions.yahoo.com
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