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3.2in Nextion display now looks great.

Malcolm
 

Many thanks to Ian KD8CEC and Allen Merrill for their great work and time in producing superb operating software and display for the ubitx transceiver , very much appreciated. 
Malcolm EI8FH 

Re: 3.2in Nextion display now looks great.

Kevin Rea
 

Hi Malcolm,
what case did you use for your ubitx ?
Kevin Rea
K6REA

Re: 3.2in Nextion display now looks great.

Malcolm
 

Hi Kevin,
The case came from RS Components in the UK.
Regards ,
Malcolm. 

Re: Mike element

Greg Wasik
 

0 dB = 1 volt per Pascal
-24dB = .0.063 V/Pa
-44 db = 0.0063 V/Pa

Re: Mike element

Greg Wasik
 

Re: Q70 replacement

Tom Cooper
 

On Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 10:09 PM, Ashhar Farhan wrote:
That looks like a cool mod. I tried a darlington pair in place of the Q70. That works as well. 
- f
I don't have much experience using darlington or compound pairs for audio.  Maybe I'll try it.  The 2sc945 mod is not a huge change but it is enough to satisfy me for now.

Re: Finding variables in source code

AA9GG
 

I remember GREP from the old DOS days.  Most editors for programming have a search feature. One could also load the code into a text editor and use its search function.  

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On Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Jack Purdum via Groups.Io <jjpurdum@...> wrote:
I think we all run into situations where we need to find the definition of a variable or object in a large set of files. The UNIX tool Grep is perfect for doing that. The Grep version I use is not longer available, but I just downloaded and tried this version and it seems to work well:



If you want to change the data type of a variable, use Grep and type in the variable name, supply a search path, and BINGO it finds all occurrences of that string in the directory/subdirectories seach.

Jack, W8TEE



On Sunday, July 15, 2018, 11:06:15 AM EDT, Lee <mr.olson@...> wrote:


Thanks Mike,  I did not know about General coverage mode.  It seems to step buy .1MHZ  which is what I was trying to do.  Thanks to the others for the WWV ideas but my reference to WWV was an example. 

My changes work as I wanted but I still would like to figure out how to make it display correctly.  I cannot find where to change the data type to unsigned long.
--
Lee - N9LO  "I Void Warranties"

 




--
Paul Mateer, AA9GG
Elan Engineering Corp.
www.elanengr.com
NAQCC 3123, SKCC 4628

Re: Finding variables in source code

Arv Evans
 

The Arduino IDE, and most other IDEs include "find" and "find next"  in the edit commands.
This is very similar to the now ancient UNIX grep, fgrep, etc that eventually made its way into
several DOS editors.  Linux has continued the grep legacy in original and several new forms.
Not sure but I would think that Apple's OSX would also include the function as it was there in
original BSD UNIX.  It is also present in the shell programming tool for my Linux based
Android cell phone.

Us real old timers might use use SED (stream editor)to find and change specific words in
one pass.  This is handy for changing all occurrences of a word in the whole document.

Arv K7HKL
_._


On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 3:07 PM AA9GG <paul.aa9gg@...> wrote:
I remember GREP from the old DOS days.  Most editors for programming have a search feature. One could also load the code into a text editor and use its search function.  

Virus-free. www.avast.com

On Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Jack Purdum via Groups.Io <jjpurdum@...> wrote:
I think we all run into situations where we need to find the definition of a variable or object in a large set of files. The UNIX tool Grep is perfect for doing that. The Grep version I use is not longer available, but I just downloaded and tried this version and it seems to work well:



If you want to change the data type of a variable, use Grep and type in the variable name, supply a search path, and BINGO it finds all occurrences of that string in the directory/subdirectories seach.

Jack, W8TEE



On Sunday, July 15, 2018, 11:06:15 AM EDT, Lee <mr.olson@...> wrote:


Thanks Mike,  I did not know about General coverage mode.  It seems to step buy .1MHZ  which is what I was trying to do.  Thanks to the others for the WWV ideas but my reference to WWV was an example. 

My changes work as I wanted but I still would like to figure out how to make it display correctly.  I cannot find where to change the data type to unsigned long.
--
Lee - N9LO  "I Void Warranties"

 




--
Paul Mateer, AA9GG
Elan Engineering Corp.
www.elanengr.com
NAQCC 3123, SKCC 4628

Re: Finding variables in source code

Clark Martin
 

I use TextWrangler on my Macs.  It has a very capable search function including grep capability.  I use it for most of my code development.


Clark Martin
KK6ISP

On Jul 16, 2018, at 2:21 PM, Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote:

The Arduino IDE, and most other IDEs include "find" and "find next"  in the edit commands.
This is very similar to the now ancient UNIX grep, fgrep, etc that eventually made its way into 
several DOS editors.  Linux has continued the grep legacy in original and several new forms.
Not sure but I would think that Apple's OSX would also include the function as it was there in 
original BSD UNIX.  It is also present in the shell programming tool for my Linux based 
Android cell phone.

Re: 3.2in Nextion display now looks great.

VK3SQ - Geoff <vk3sq@...>
 

Hi Malcolm, that screen and case looks fantastic..you've  done a great job. 73 de Geoff vk3sq

Re: Finding variables in source code

Clark Martin
 

I should add, it has a multi-file search capability which is excellent for searching source code for definitions, declarations, etc.

Clark Martin
KK6ISP

On Jul 16, 2018, at 2:47 PM, Clark Martin <kk6isp@...> wrote:

I use TextWrangler on my Macs. It has a very capable search function including grep capability. I use it for most of my code development.

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Allen Merrell
 

Michel, I made some changes in the scale on the s meter, give it a try and let me know how it works. 
Thanks for testing.
kn4ud
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Allen  Merrell

Re: 3.2in Nextion display now looks great.

Allen Merrell
 

Malcolm, you have your rig looking very good. I like your case design. 
kn4ud
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Re: Finding variables in source code

W2CTX
 

IDE "find" is really handy but it only searches the currently opened file.  The old

"grep" command can search many files.


ron

On July 16, 2018 at 5:21 PM Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote:

The Arduino IDE, and most other IDEs include "find" and "find next"  in the edit commands.
This is very similar to the now ancient UNIX grep, fgrep, etc that eventually made its way into
several DOS editors.  Linux has continued the grep legacy in original and several new forms.
Not sure but I would think that Apple's OSX would also include the function as it was there in
original BSD UNIX.  It is also present in the shell programming tool for my Linux based
Android cell phone.

Us real old timers might use use SED (stream editor)to find and change specific words in
one pass.  This is handy for changing all occurrences of a word in the whole document.

Arv K7HKL
_._

On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 3:07 PM AA9GG < paul.aa9gg@...> wrote:
I remember GREP from the old DOS days.  Most editors for programming have a search feature. One could also load the code into a text editor and use its search function.  


Virus-free. www.avast.com

On Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Jack Purdum via Groups.Io <jjpurdum@...> wrote:
 
I think we all run into situations where we need to find the definition of a variable or object in a large set of files. The UNIX tool Grep is perfect for doing that. The Grep version I use is not longer available, but I just downloaded and tried this version and it seems to work well:



If you want to change the data type of a variable, use Grep and type in the variable name, supply a search path, and BINGO it finds all occurrences of that string in the directory/subdirectories seach.

Jack, W8TEE



On Sunday, July 15, 2018, 11:06:15 AM EDT, Lee < mr.olson@...> wrote:


Thanks Mike,  I did not know about General coverage mode.  It seems to step buy .1MHZ  which is what I was trying to do.  Thanks to the others for the WWV ideas but my reference to WWV was an example. 

My changes work as I wanted but I still would like to figure out how to make it display correctly.  I cannot find where to change the data type to unsigned long.
--
Lee - N9LO  "I Void Warranties"

 

 

 




--
Paul Mateer, AA9GG
Elan Engineering Corp.
www.elanengr.com
NAQCC 3123, SKCC 4628

 

 

Re: Finding variables in source code

Jack Purdum
 

True, Ron, and that's were Grep shines over most editors, since they are usually limited to the current file. Grep not only searches all of the files in the current directory, it also search all of the subfolders of the current directory. Often that "deep search" is exactly what's needed.

Jack, W8TEE

On Monday, July 16, 2018, 6:52:27 PM EDT, W2CTX <w2ctx@...> wrote:


IDE "find" is really handy but it only searches the currently opened file.  The old

"grep" command can search many files.


ron

On July 16, 2018 at 5:21 PM Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote:

The Arduino IDE, and most other IDEs include "find" and "find next"  in the edit commands.
This is very similar to the now ancient UNIX grep, fgrep, etc that eventually made its way into
several DOS editors.  Linux has continued the grep legacy in original and several new forms.
Not sure but I would think that Apple's OSX would also include the function as it was there in
original BSD UNIX.  It is also present in the shell programming tool for my Linux based
Android cell phone.

Us real old timers might use use SED (stream editor)to find and change specific words in
one pass.  This is handy for changing all occurrences of a word in the whole document.

Arv K7HKL
_._

On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 3:07 PM AA9GG < paul.aa9gg@...> wrote:
I remember GREP from the old DOS days.  Most editors for programming have a search feature. One could also load the code into a text editor and use its search function.  


Virus-free. www.avast.com

On Sun, Jul 15, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Jack Purdum via Groups.Io <jjpurdum@...> wrote:
 
I think we all run into situations where we need to find the definition of a variable or object in a large set of files. The UNIX tool Grep is perfect for doing that. The Grep version I use is not longer available, but I just downloaded and tried this version and it seems to work well:



If you want to change the data type of a variable, use Grep and type in the variable name, supply a search path, and BINGO it finds all occurrences of that string in the directory/subdirectories seach.

Jack, W8TEE



On Sunday, July 15, 2018, 11:06:15 AM EDT, Lee < mr.olson@...> wrote:


Thanks Mike,  I did not know about General coverage mode.  It seems to step buy .1MHZ  which is what I was trying to do.  Thanks to the others for the WWV ideas but my reference to WWV was an example. 

My changes work as I wanted but I still would like to figure out how to make it display correctly.  I cannot find where to change the data type to unsigned long.
--
Lee - N9LO  "I Void Warranties"

 

 

 




--
Paul Mateer, AA9GG
Elan Engineering Corp.
www.elanengr.com
NAQCC 3123, SKCC 4628

 

 

Re: Mike element

iz oos
 

So, would - 24db be 20db more sensitive than - 44db?


Il 16/lug/2018 22:26, "k1yw via Groups.Io" <k1yw=mail.ru@groups.io> ha scritto:
0 dB = 1 volt per Pascal
-24dB = .0.063 V/Pa
-44 db = 0.0063 V/Pa