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[Linrad] Re: LINRAD-WSE
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: LINRAD-WSE
- From: Ivliev Alex <yandex.ru; ru1aa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2009 21:17:52 +0400
thank you for the help. My problem was really trivial,I needed only know the place on main Linrad window, where is
the frequency control field and "To set the frequency, right click and type in a frequency". I cannot find this stroke and pictures on your pages.
ON7EH sent me the pictures with this fields.
Yes, I mean that Z=Hardware interface test
I know long time what is serial and parallel port :}.
I have computers without LPT also ,at first ,I'm going to buy PCI parallel port, but now I bought computer for Linrad with
parallel port on motherboard, sorry, with Windows XP.
Thank you Roger W3SZ for the help with software( Direct I/O allowing hardware control).
Thank you Alberto I2PHD.
Thank you all for the time spent my problem.
> Hello Alex,
> > Hello All. I am newcomer at Linrad and WSE. I am using
> > Windows. WSE is working now, but I receive signals above
> > 144.485 only ,as I cannot control frequense. When I run Linrad,
> > I see second window, probably it is the frequency control
> > window ,but it is empty, and I don't see frequency control box.
> The frequency control window, or rather the hardware control,
> has two areas where you can enter frequency and attenuation.
> By default the frequency is 0.000 (frequency in MHz) and it is the
> upper field. The lower field is by default 0 dB and that is the
> Rx attenuation. Attenuation will work with RXHFA, SDSR-14,SDR-IQ and
> Perseus but for 144 MHz you would have to implement your own
> hardware/software to be able to change attenuation.
> Place the mouse in the frequency control field and press F1 to
> get help. To set the frequency, right click and type in a frequency.
> > inpout32.dll is in Linrad directory and Windows\system, Z- is working right.
> Dop you mean that Z=Hardware interface test in the Linrad main menu works
> It is not obvious to me what "Windows\system, Z-" would mean....
> > Global parametrs are:
> > set process priority, parport address (LPT3=888 in my computer),
> Windows is largely black magic to me. I do not know the proper way of
> using the parallel port under Windows so Linrad is using the most primitive
> access method. I do know how the original IBM PC AT works so Linrad
> treats the hardware as if it were running on an old computer.
> The parallel port, has a base address where assembly code can read or write
> data with in and out statements. The next I/O port is a status reguister and
> then comes a control register. I have programmed Linrad by reading the
> schematic diagram of my old IBM AT compatible CAF computer in which the
> parallel port was implemented with good old standard TTL logics.
> That works fine under Linux, and with the inpout32.dll it also works fine under
> Windows - but only on old computers that have a parallel port on the
> My newest computer does not have a parallel port so I purchased a
> PCI express card that has a parallel port. When configuring it in the
> Windows device manager I can set it to LPT1 - but when running Linrad
> I find no response when having set the port address to 888 (=0x278) which
> is the default address for LPT1. Presumably the parallel port is somewhere
> else in the port space and Windows would have a standard way of finding
> out where it is - but that is black magic to me. Linrad requires the user
> to know at what address the processor would have to write to output data
> on the parallel port.
> Dear Alex, in case you have a trivial problem, not knowing how to use the
> frequency control box, or whether you have a less trivial problem, how
> to find out where the base address of your parallel port is located, is
> unknown to me. I hope that others on this list can help. Perhaps also
> help me to find out where I have to make out statements to send data
> to my Sunix PCI Express parallel port card.
> > parport read pin :10, percentage of screen width and height. I don't
> > see here how to specify correct com port and status pin.
> com port = serial port. Not needed for WSE although you might want it
> to control your transmitter.
> printer port, LPT1, LPT2,.... 0x278, 0x378,... are the parallel ports.
> If they are not on the motherboard I am afraid the addresses might
> be different.
> Leif / SM5BSZ
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