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Re: Offset monitoring

 

Thank you Willi,

this is helping me a lot for integrating the MWList.

Raimund
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Re: Offset monitoring

Willi Passmann
 

Raimund,

please note that MWList offers an important function for mediumwave DX: The list can take into account the listener's location: For each frequency the entries are sorted by the expected signal strength at this location.

The CSV Userlist browser does this automatically when you enter the coordinates of your QTH before downloading a AMlist or FMlist file.

vy 73,
Willi, DJ6JZ

Am 07.01.2019 um 13:51 schrieb Raimund:

Hi Otso,

1) i will check the MWLIST.org to verify if there is a possibility to download the data. If yes there is no difficult to translate those data into any different data-Structure. In this case the RadioFrequency data-Structure.

2) RadioFrequency and the new RadioFrequency_S program have a ShortCut Key: " F4 " you can memorize any Frequency on the fly.

- Both programs will be updated with a automatic Frequency search procedure that is evidencing any received Frequency on the dedicated Frequency-databe List.
This is also possibile when the Scanning procedure is running.

In other words, you could see the Station data while you are changing / receiving Frequencies.
Don't forget that RadioFrequency has a special Search-System that is searching on each Search-Result down to the smallest data.

3) Both RFR programs are including a special Frequency Scanner with several options. The Scanner is including a Message-Stop x any Frequency-Step. The Stop is interrupting the scanning with a Frequency-Message permitting you to listen to the Station.
Now, here there will be a new update too. The update is giving you the possibility to register any Station you like during the Frequency-Scanning.
With all those possibilities it is only left to your fantasy and needs.

For example a RadioFrequency_S Test-User translated / converted his actual RadioFrequency database, extracting 3 Fields per Record and is using this databse with RadioFrequency_S, using the RadioFrequency dbase-Converter and changing the FileName.



4) RFR has been created just to facilitate the use of the Elad SW2 and Receivers like Icom or others.
New new RadioFrequency_S program is including a precise AUDIO-SPECTRUM you can regulate and adapt for best visibility (enlarge + restrict)


One question to 'AndersH'
-----------------------------------
pls. can you explain your wish to have for MW offsets / frequencies a 1HZ resolution or even better ?
Smaller the resolution = larger must be the display.
(using the RFR- Frequency-Scanner it is important to choose the right Freq-Step-Value (different x different Freq-Band's) .


regards,
Raimund
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Re: Offset monitoring

 

Hi Otso,

1) i will check the MWLIST.org to verify if there is a possibility to download the data. If yes there is no difficult to translate those data into any different data-Structure. In this case the RadioFrequency data-Structure.

2) RadioFrequency and the new RadioFrequency_S program have a ShortCut Key: " F4 " you can memorize any Frequency on the fly.

- Both programs will be updated with a automatic Frequency search procedure that is evidencing any received Frequency on the dedicated Frequency-databe List.
This is also possibile when the Scanning procedure is running.

In other words, you could see the Station data while you are changing / receiving Frequencies.
Don't forget that RadioFrequency has a special Search-System that is searching on each Search-Result down to the smallest data.

3) Both RFR programs are including a special Frequency Scanner with several options. The Scanner is including a Message-Stop x any Frequency-Step. The Stop is interrupting the scanning with a Frequency-Message permitting you to listen to the Station.
Now, here there will be a new update too. The update is giving you the possibility to register any Station you like during the Frequency-Scanning.
With all those possibilities it is only left to your fantasy and needs.

For example a RadioFrequency_S Test-User translated / converted his actual RadioFrequency database, extracting 3 Fields per Record and is using this databse with RadioFrequency_S, using the RadioFrequency dbase-Converter and changing the FileName.



4) RFR has been created just to facilitate the use of the Elad SW2 and Receivers like Icom or others.
New new RadioFrequency_S program is including a precise AUDIO-SPECTRUM you can regulate and adapt for best visibility (enlarge + restrict)


One question to 'AndersH'
-----------------------------------
pls. can you explain your wish to have for MW offsets / frequencies a 1HZ resolution or even better ?
Smaller the resolution = larger must be the display.
(using the RFR- Frequency-Scanner it is important to choose the right Freq-Step-Value (different x different Freq-Band's) .


regards,
Raimund
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Re: Offset monitoring

AndersH
 

Hi
.
I personally don't miss station tags in my IF window in SW2, but I would really enjoy to have 1Hz resolution or better.
MW offsets is becoming a mainstream part of the hobby, I think that's a given.

Best regards,
Anders
SM6-8439


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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Re: Duo ART internet security

Mark Erbaugh <mark.election@...>
 

Giovanni,

Thank you for the detailed reply. I was concerned that the network connection was provided with no thought given to security concerns. Your reply shows me that that is not the case and that security concerns have even addressed.

Thanks again and Happy New Year,
Mark


On Jan 4, 2019, at 12:07 PM, Giovanni Franza <gfranza@...> wrote:

Hi Mark,
Franco asked me to answer you, since I'm working on the security and networking aspects.
The DuoArt uses the RJ 45 wired Ethernet, and no WiFi connection.
On the RJ45 there are two TCP on IPV4 ports opened: 22 (SSH) and 6666 (WebSocket), both nothing to share with IoT (no MQTT).
The ssh connection uses only public key for auth, it conteins public keys for ELAD, this means that it is safe against brute force password guessing, and that, at the moment, there are no known exploits.
The WebSocket waits for a password that is random generated by the firmware (every DuoArt has a different random password).
This password can be seen on Menu 6 - Remote Password, and can be re-generated using menu 90 - Factory default.
This service is provided for EladRemote, the remote DuoArt management program, that will be soon available.
Usually routers do not connect internal port 6666 to the internet so usually the WebSocket service is not available from the outside, you have to instruct your router to accept packets for port 6666 from the Internet,
while ssh is usually accessible from the Internet.
To let ELAD contact you (we do not know your IP address, that also should be dynamic) you have to use Menu 91 - remote access, to connect ELAD server and let them manage your DuoArt when you need it for maintenance.
Using menu 92 - software update, you let your DuoArt download and install patches.
Usually this is used to distribute new firmware versions, but it also can be used to distribute security patches, when and if needed.
I hope this is enough, but feel free to ask every question you need.
Regards,

Giovanni - HB9EIK


Re: Offset monitoring

 
Edited

Hi Otso,
RadioFrequency is connecting to FDM-S1/S2/DUO.

Raimund
.


Re: Duo ART internet security

Giovanni Franza
 

Hi Mark,
Franco asked me to answer you, since I'm working on the security and networking aspects.
The DuoArt uses the RJ 45 wired Ethernet, and no WiFi connection.
On the RJ45 there are two TCP on IPV4 ports opened: 22 (SSH) and 6666 (WebSocket), both nothing to share with IoT (no MQTT).
The ssh connection uses only public key for auth, it conteins public keys for ELAD, this means that it is safe against brute force password guessing, and that, at the moment, there are no known exploits.
The WebSocket waits for a password that is random generated by the firmware (every DuoArt has a different random password).
This password can be seen on Menu 6 - Remote Password, and can be re-generated using menu 90 - Factory default.
This service is provided for EladRemote, the remote DuoArt management program, that will be soon available.
Usually routers do not connect internal port 6666 to the internet so usually the WebSocket service is not available from the outside, you have to instruct your router to accept packets for port 6666 from the Internet,
while ssh is usually accessible from the Internet.
To let ELAD contact you (we do not know your IP address, that also should be dynamic) you have to use Menu 91 - remote access, to connect ELAD server and let them manage your DuoArt when you need it for maintenance.
Using menu 92 - software update, you let your DuoArt download and install patches.
Usually this is used to distribute new firmware versions, but it also can be used to distribute security patches, when and if needed.
I hope this is enough, but feel free to ask every question you need.
Regards,

Giovanni - HB9EIK


Re: Blueduo S meter 12 dB difference DUOr

han hardonk
 

Hello Giovanni

First of all : Happy 2019 !

and the difference between the DUOr and the Blueduo app are gone! 
Thank you very much

With kind regards

Han Hardonk
Benelux DX Club member


VS: [EladSDR] Offset monitoring

Otso Ylönen
 

Hello Raimund,

Would RadioFrequency work with the FDM-2 as well? I have a few of those, no Duo.

 

BR, Otso

 

Lähettäjä: Raimund
Lähetetty: perjantai 4. tammikuuta 2019 17.08
Vastaanottaja: EladSDR@groups.io
Aihe: Re: [EladSDR] Offset monitoring

 

[Edited Message Follows]

 

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.

With RadioFrequency_S you create your own Main-Window.

 

Raimund

.

 

 

 


Re: Offset monitoring

 
Edited

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.
With RadioFrequency_S you create your own Main-Window.

Raimund
.


Re: Blueduo S meter 12 dB difference DUOr

Giovanni Franza
 

Hi Han,
could you test if the new 0.23 version solves this problem ?
You can download from:
www.eladit.com/download/sdr/BLUEDUO/BlueDuo-0.23-2019-01-04.apk
Thanks for the report,

Giovanni - HB9EIK


Re: Not showinf frequency and Band info? and atu not satisfactory? noisy fans

Marc Pilotte
 

Rob: THANK YOU!!
Marc WB9DBD 

On Thu, Jan 3, 2019 at 5:07 PM Robert Allbright <g3rce1@...> wrote:
thanks again Mark
I like the all red setup
Best wishes 
Rob 
G3RCE


Offset monitoring

Otso Ylönen
 

Hello,
 
I have used the great resource from MWLIST, https://www.mwlist.org/mwoffset.php, in trying to identify broadcast stations based on their exact carrier frequencies. Using ELAD SW2, I would like to have these station names to appear in the IF window.
 
Has anyone tried to "import" this to SW2 station memories? It seems the labels of the station names get quickly stacked so close to each other that it is very difficult to read them...
 
Obviously, there should be a way to easily update the tables as the information changes over the time.
 
BR, Otso


Re: Ho to use S1/S2/DUO with openwebrx on Linux

Rene
 

Unfortunally for AMD CPU's there is no firmware available so you have to use the 3 listed loaders.


Re: Not showinf frequency and Band info? and atu not satisfactory? noisy fans

Robert Allbright <g3rce1@...>
 

thanks again Mark
I like the all red setup
Best wishes 
Rob 
G3RCE


Re: Not showinf frequency and Band info? and atu not satisfactory? noisy fans

Robert Allbright <g3rce1@...>
 

Hello Franco
many thanks for your info inc plot.
I do use the Duo-Art in the ssb position most of the time.
My amp was purchased from Martin Lynch on 1st December 2018, serial number SJO9UL
so I assume it has the updated fans fitted?
The other query I have is that it rarely shows the frequency and band info, can anything be done about this please?
When running JT9 or JT65 I use a power level of 50 watts output, not sure what max power level one can run FT8 or the new JS8
which both have a tx time of 15 seconds on then 15 seconds off
thankyou and HNY
73
Robert G3RCE
--------------------------


Re: Not showinf frequency and Band info? and atu not satisfactory? noisy fans

Franco Milan
 

Robert,

please go to Menu 65 Fan Control and set SSB mode that switch on the fans only when threshold will be triggered. High Performance mode switch on the fan at every PTT switched on.
Duo Art is built to operate at 70-30 Duty cycle continuously with high performance mode, test was made @ 100W with 7 seconds on and 3 seconds of CW.
Here in attach one of  tests made August 2018 at different Bands.
On August 2018 we changed the internal fans with a less laud one, if your DUOART was made before, we can send free of charge new fans to replace, just contact ELAD support.

Franco IU3ADL




On 2 Jan 2019, at 17:52, Robert Allbright <g3rce1@...> wrote:

I have updated the software
still doesn't read frequency and fan noise is like when using a vacuum cleaner 😠
I reckon these Amps are best used with the FDMduo?
I am driving my 120 watt Duo Art with a Sunsdr2qrp

Not particularly impressed, will be writing an eHam
Review soon😈
Rob
G3RCE

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Re: USB Hub splitter

Vitor Jacinto
 

Ok,

To whom it might interest I'm running all three USB (CAT+main+ASA-62) on the same USB-C splitter for some days now ... without any visible problems.

I'm using this one:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07D59D6DP/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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