Re: L32 and SDR Console
I tried what you described and used the virtual com port with Kenwood protocol for the slave port, all appeared to work fine, slave port polling, etc. But when I went into SDRuno and tried to choose the same com port as used in the slave port, it said that port was already in use.. I am using Eltima virtual ports, could that be my problem, but don’t think so as the virtual cable with 2 ports would fine..
From: Rick Ellison
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2020 1:54 PM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] L32 and SDR Console
You don’t need to create a pair. You only need to create a single virtual com port. Logger32 will write Kenwood cat info to that port as if a real radio is connected. In SDRUno just enter the single virtual port number. As I show in my example I use com 13. I can switch back and forth between SDRC and SDRUno and both work correctly..
73 Rick N2AMG
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Jim Cox
Bob, I have been struggling with similar circumstances with trying to get SDRUno (panadapter program) to work with Logger32 and JTDX and not having any luck with various combos..
Tried this morning with the Slave port and it seems to work fine. I did have to create a virtual serial cable 12 to 13 and used 12 for the slave port and 13 for the sdruno program using Kenwood emulation. Working fine now but let me use it today and see if works ok with various combinations, etc. I tried to just assign a virtual port to the Slave port and use that same port for the panadapter program but no luck that way. 73s Jim K4JAF
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2020 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: 4RE: [hamlogger] L32 and SDR Console
Rick, it's already working, guess I already coded for it. When Logger32 relinquishes radio control to WSJT/JTDX, Logger32 takes the WSJT/JTDX frequency from the UDP StatusOut message constructs a set frequency/mode message in the appropriate slave radio format and sends it. So, your ultra high def eye candy machine should still follow the radio as you snag those rare and exotic 77 byte (or whatever they are) QSOs. Give it a whirl. The attached picture is what was sent to the slave when I changed JTDX from FT8 to FT4 (no Logger32 CAT control connected). SeventyThree(s).