WriteLog Flex driver 12.33H posted

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 Flex driver 12.27B posted

Compared to WriteLog Flex driver 12.26, this update only updates to the latest Microsoft and other third party libraries such that it provides installation compatibility with future versions of WriteLog. There is no new functionality, but, in the future, WriteLog installers will reject the older Flex driver installations and insist on this new one.  WlFlexDriver1227B.exe The latest is now WlFlexDriver1227C.exe which installs exactly the same product as 1227B but fixes an installer issue that prevented installing on Win10 systems with certain policy settings.

WriteLog FlexRadio driver 12.20

The latest WriteLog rig driver for the FlexRadio-6000 series supports their SmartSDR 2.0. Earlier versions of the rig driver can read and control the FlexRadio frequency on SmartSDR 2, but cannot do DAX or DAX IQ. This release restores full functionality to the rig driver.  I have obtained the lowest latency of any version of WriteLog and SmartSDR with these lateste versions, and on both transmit and receive streams.

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