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
WriteLog’s FlexRadio driver is updated to support the changed SmartLink login procedure effective now (March 16, 2018). If you are not using SmartLink, you are not affected. The download is: WlFlexDriver1226C.exe
The latest FlexRadio driver for Writelog, WlFlexDriver1225G.exe, adds support for FlexRadio’s SmartLink. Continue reading “WriteLog Flex driver 12.25G posted”
WriteLog’s Flex-6000 series Rig Type does not support SmartLink-connected rigs.
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.
WriteLog’s FlexRadio driver is updated. It works will all WriteLog versions 11.27 and later.
Continue reading “FlexRadio WriteLog driver update 12.19”
Detailed installation instructions included with the WriteLog FlexRadio Rig Driver. Continue reading “FlexRadio Rig Driver Installation Details”
WriteLog has long supported SO2R operation with two physical rigs. If your Flex is a ‘6500 or ‘6300, then you need a second rig in order to listen on one antenna while transmitting on another. Continue reading “WriteLog FlexRadio Rig Driver with a Flex plus another rig (4 of 4)”