Re: Feedback for version 0.9a here
Just two words, Steve: Great job.
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Tnx for the reply.Yes the buttons are enabled, when i push ie. the 100kz or 10khz button it is still remaining in 1Mhz bandwide, 200khz or 20khz stays at 2Mhz, 500khz or 50khz is fixed at 5Mhz.SteveAndrew wrote:As mentioned in the release notes, due to problems with the sweep system, sweep widths of less than 10KHz, and greater than 10MHz have been disabled. This issue will have been resolved for the next release. The current system should allow sweep widths of less than 1MHZ. Can you provide any more information regarding the problem ? - You say you cannot get less than a minimum 1MHz sweep, are the buttons below 1MHz enabled ?sdjack wrote:I am running with RSP1A, Win7 X64 and min Sweep Wide is 1Mhz. Any suggestion?
Well, I am happy and honored to hear that.SteveAndrew wrote:By the way, I have to thank you for your original post in https://www.sdrplay.com/community/viewt ... ?f=9&t=636 where you posted some sample code in C#. That got me started on writing a bit of code to control the RSP using C# - The analyser is the end product.
Thanks, it works !SteveAndrew wrote:vsonnier wrote:This is crashing at startup as others saw on my own Windows 10 x64 1803 French.
When launched on the command line it shows the following traceback:
Unhandled exception: System.FormatException: Le format de la cha▒ne d'entr▒e est incorrect. ( = incorrect input format)
▒ System.Number.ParseDouble(String value, NumberStyles options, NumberFormatInfo numfmt)
▒ System.Convert.ToDouble(String value)
Please try this and let me know if it works. In the meantime I'll look at the code and see what can be done to rectify the problem. I'll change my settings to French, this will allow me to try and duplicate the problem here, and also test any revised code.
I cannot reproduce the problem here. Just to clarify your answer: You say for example, if you select 100KHz, or 10KHz, that the analyser stays at 1MHZ bandwidth, do the 100KHz or 10KHz buttons become selected, but the displayed bandwidth stays the same, or are the 100KHz and 10KHz buttons not being selected at all. If possible can you tell me what happens with the Start/End numbers under the centre freq control on the sweep control panel, and the sweep width figures on the on-screen display when you select the different sweep width buttons?sdjack wrote:Tnx for the reply.Yes the buttons are enabled, when i push ie. the 100kz or 10khz button it is still remaining in 1Mhz bandwide, 200khz or 20khz stays at 2Mhz, 500khz or 50khz is fixed at 5Mhz.
Can you provide a little more information if possible. Does the analyser actually load and display anything on the screen ? What region setting are you using on your system ?rune sm3mzy wrote:he program does not work in my computer with windows 7 pro 32 bit..why ?