[TenTec] Pegasus Plus observations

Rich McCabe rich@1967z28.com
Thu, 5 Sep 2002 22:08:03 -0500

This is true. Since I already have the Remote POD I am torn between the new
"super mouse" and it. The new mouse has all the same fucntions as the remote
POD. With the new mouse you can actually access any option and is not
limited to the 15 buttons.

You can tune up and down the band faster and with better accuracy with the
mouse than the POD, but I kinda like having my token "steel knob".



----- Original Message -----
From: "Carl Moreschi" <n4py@earthlink.net>
To: "tentec" <tentec@contesting.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Pegasus Plus observations

> Don't forget the remote pod also has 15 buttons on it which are also fully
> programmable.  This is quite a nice convenience and makes the remote pod
> a much required item for me.
> Carl Moreschi N4PY
> Franklinton, NC
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Rich McCabe" <rich@1967z28.com>
> To: "tentec" <tentec@contesting.com>
> Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:42 AM
> Subject: [TenTec] Pegasus Plus observations
> It looks like the next BETA of the 32 bit Pegasus Plus software is about
> ready to hit the web. I have been lucky enough to play with it and could
> resist posting a screen shot.
> You can see the image at http://ctiowa.com/pegplus.htm
> Couple things that I find amazing about this software is the digitally
> filtered bandscope and the new "super mouse". I have no idea what the
> function is really called but that is the first thing that comes to mind.
> This basically allows you all the same functions as a remote POD (and
> probably more) using an off the shelf mouse with the "wheel" on it. If I
> the opportunity to use this first I would never have bought the remote
> The scope is simply amazing. As you can see from the above link the scope
> resolution is very detailed and highly usable. The example screen shot
> two vertical lines on the scope and in this case, the green is VFO A and
> blue is VFO B which corresponds to the digital display colors. By left
> clicking your mouse on the scope display you can monitor any frequency on
> that displays spectrum and a quick right click will set that point to
> VFO A or B, or the scratch pad. The newest version allows you to configure
> your interface colors including the scope, backgroud, grid,etc. It is
> apparent the programmer is an ex Tektronix guy !
> There are so many other things that I can not begin to cover them. These
> the two things I am drooling over this second.
> So a little show and tell for Peg/Jupiter owners. Couldn't resist. Not
> when he plans on posting the new 2.9 version but I would think in the next
> day or two.
> 73,
> Rich
> kd0zv
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