Re: Offset monitoring


Otso Ylönen
 

Thank you Raimund. This seems like a better way than trying to view the offsets on the SW2 IF screen, which gets crowded immediately with only couple of close-by stations.
 
Have you ore someone else made a conversion from the mwlist database (especially the offset frequencies at https://www.mwlist.org/mwoffset.php) to RadioFrequency? ILG database, in my understanding, does not include medium wave stations which I am interested about.
 
Another question: is it possible to use RadioFrequency with ELAD SW2 in playback mode? At least for me, it is more important to identify stations from pre-recorded IQ files than in a live situation.
 
BR, Otso
 
Gesendet: Freitag, 04. Januar 2019 um 15:08 Uhr
Von: Raimund <raimund.forstmeier@...>
An: EladSDR@groups.io
Betreff: Re: [EladSDR] Offset monitoring
Hi Otso,

Obviously the labels are very close together with many Stations within a small range of frequencies.

You should organize your station in a more professional way.

You can use my Freeware program that is including the SW2/DUO, Icom Radios, Frequency database converter, Frequency Scanning ecc....
RadioFrequency is connecting to the SW2/DUO receiving and sending Frequency and Mode to the SW2.
With OmniRig you can connect RadioFrequency with any Radio (SerialPort RS-232).
Instead of using the MWList you could download the ILG world Frequency database as TextFile.
With RadioFrequency you can import the complete dBase (more then 30.000 Records) using the dedicated Database-Converter.
Once you Input or Import Frequency Records you can edit them.

Download SIte: (including the ILG Link)
http://www.intrasystem.it/Frequency/Frequency.html

Soon the new RadioFrequency_S program will be published. This small program is mainly dedicated to the SW2 connection.
This program is extracting the SW2 Station Memory Records.

Raimund
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