Compared to the previous release, this update addresses issues with SO2R headphone switching and with setting up the IQ channel when set up for SO2R for the (suboptimal) case of both of WriteLog’s SO2R Flex rigs on the same panadapter. Those SO2R deficiencies could be worked around in the previous version, but you had to know which buttons in SmartSDR to click. This release makes that process much clearer. The latest is now WlFlexDriver1235B.exe.
WriteLog Remote Control includes the ability to connect an Elecraft K3 in terminal mode from WriteLog’s control site to its remote site. Continue reading “Remote Control K3 exercise”
WriteLog Remote Control adds a whole new set of useful features to WriteLog. A good way to gain an understanding of what it does is to try this exercise. You only need your WriteLog PC in your shack to try this out and see how it works. Continue reading “Remote Control exercise”
It takes some work to get WriteLog configured to properly control your station. You’re about to get a lot bigger bang for your WriteLog buck for having invested that configuration. Continue reading “Announcing WriteLog Remote Control”
When WriteLog control site connects to a remote WriteLog that has SDRs, SDR displays on the Band Maps at the remote temporarily cease, and the SDRs are displayed on the control site Band Maps only. Continue reading “Remote Band Map SDR”
Instead of having the WriteLog Control Site connect directly to your remote site IP address, you can use a cloud node and a port tunnel.
Continue reading “Remote control setup. A cloud alternative.”
Running RTTY with Writelog and RttyRite remotely deploys the modem where it belongs: where the radio is. And it runs as many clones and on as many radios as you have.
Continue reading “Remote control setup step 7. RttyRite”
Here are some odds and ends regarding remote control Continue reading “Remote control setup step 6. other”
WriteLog Remote control adds a configuration option for rotators.
Continue reading “Remote control setup step 4. rotators”