Thans. Will yake a look.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Duane - N9DG" <email@example.com>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 00:59
Subject: [TenTec] Pegasus Command Set [Was: Flex-Radio compared to Pegasus]
> --- Duane - N9DG <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > 8. Open-ended-ness - The Pegasus can do a lot of tricks
> > > with its RISC-like command structure
> --- Steve Baron - KB3MM <SteveBaron@StarLinX.com> wrote:
> > Not sure what you mean by that. Can you givw me an
> > example?
> Perhaps the best way to understand the RISC-like nature of
> the Pegasus command set is to look at the Programmers
> Reference Guide for the Pegasus and also the Programmers
> Reference Guide for the Jupiter. Both are posted on the RF
> Squared website at:
> The Jupiter supports both a Pegasus Emulation mode and a
> Logging Mode. While in Pegasus emulation mode the front panel
> is disabled, in logging mode it operates normally. An example
> of a difference in the two command sets is that the Pegasus
> requires that you build up the RX or TX frequency by setting
> 3 different "tuning factors", Coarse, fine, and BFO. The
> Logging Mode of the Jupiter is a more straight forward by
> sending the radio a somewhat simpler 4-byte binary number
> that represents the frequency you want. This method is more
> like most other brand radios. It also puts more of the
> control processing workload on the radio itself; the Pegasus
> command sets moves as much of the control workload as
> possible to the PC running the host program.
> Not sure if that helps but should be something that you can
> research further.
> If you want to research it even further look at the size of
> the Pegasus command set verses the command set of a radio
> such as the TS-2000. The Pegasus command set is just a
> fraction of the TS-2000's but yet it can be made to do just
> about everything the TS-2000 can as far their HF commonality
> is concerned.
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