Find a free "hex editor" if you don't have one already, and simply open the
file with it. You'll see a neatly laid-out, extremely long but totally
incomprehensible matrix of hex numbers. It goes on for thousands of lines.
Here is a link to a free hex editor:
It goes without saying, don't change anything in the file if you plan on
uploading that particular copy of it in the future.
BTW, there may come a time when information comes from TT or someone who
really understands this stuff, to customize the radio on your own by editing
the firmware. I recently used a hex editor to "hack" the firmware on my
Motorola cell phone, which actually is a software-defined-radio of sorts, to
fix a couple of annoying problems involving low volume. All the info to do
that was on the Internet.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sinisa Hristov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 11:29 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] [Orion] Orion II Noise Blankers
> Ron Castro wrote:
>> If you ever have some time on your hands, you should open one of the .ruf
>> files with a hex editor. You'll quickly see why they didn't want to do a
>> line-by-line re-write for the new version O1 version.
> How does one see it?
> Sinisa YT1NT, VE3EA
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