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"Change Active Hours" (Win10) In Windows 10, go to "Windows Update" and change your "Active Hours" to reflect your time on the radio to prevent a windows update during the time your using PowerSDR. Privacy Settings (Win10) UnderWindows 10 you will want to turn all the new privacy settings and "how updates are delivered" to OFF (block) . Otherwise your computer will be allowed to constantly send data not only back to Microsoft & others, but allows others to use your computer as an "Update server". Microsoft "Store" (Win10) Open Windows STORE app. In the upper right corner ... click and select setup. Turn off automatic updates of Apps,otherwise Windows 10 will be constantly downloading and installing apps while PowerSDR is running. Microsoft monitoring (Win10) Turn OFF "Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry" (huge drive and cpu usage hog that can start running in the background at any time while running PowerSDR) (text procedure to disable it here) Turn OFF the following Windows "Task Scheduler" items: ---- Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry (huge drive and cpu usage hog) ---- Customer Experience Improvement ---- Power Efficiency Diagnostics ---- Windows Defender (start hard drive scans manually yourself when you want ) ---- Media Center (Since it Windows 10 no longer allows the program to run) Turn OFF the following Windows "Services": All the "Diagnostics ..." services including: policy, service, system, Tracking (assuming all your components are working) Lfsvc: Geolocation service windows 10 Fax: fax Homegrouplistener: Homegroup HomeGroup continuously scans your network for files, printer, devices, data Homegroupprovider: Homegroup Media Center: continuously scans your network. WMPNetworkSvc: Windows Media sharing Windows Search (indexing) continuously updates its index files every single time a file is created, which keeps the CPU(s) & Memory & HDD busy. Turn OFF network Printer SERVICE: HP and others have poorly written network printer Services that will continuously eat up CPU & Network. Turn OFF MSCONFIG STARTUP programs that check themselves for updates (i.e. java, adobe, apple. do the update checks yourself). You can use free CCLEANER.exe to find them and disable them. Schedule your Virus Checker program to update itself & scan at off hours. Dont run the virus scanner when you are using the PC. Many Virus scanner program do background optimization without your knowledge. Usually the only way to quiet them down is to put them into Gamer Mode or Silent Mode. Disable Windows automatic updates. Do the checks yourself. Leave your computer ON, set for HDD & monitor to turn off after 20min of no use. This way the OS doesnt spend time after start-up to do housekeeping. Some Video card drivers(i.e. Nvidia) include Gamer previews that download and update without your knowledge. You will want to make sure you check the "Task Manager" to see any programs that are running and delete them. If you have an NVidia card you will want to check this link to turn off the Nvidia PowerMiser feature: here Run "Task Manager" (right click on the task bar and select "Start Task Manager" then click on the "Show processes from all users". This will show all the hidden processes that require ADMIN privileges to stop. Check them to see if any sneaky programs are running. IF YOUR VIDEO CARD IS POOR: Go to System Properties-> Advanced ->Performance Settings-> Visual Effects->Adjust for best performance (to turn off the graphics extras that you probably dont need)
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NOTE:Personal Use Only:If you operate AnyDesk over 100 hours within 8 weeks, you may get a notice that your not a personal user. In that case you need to "Whitelist" both your Remote and Home computers. Go to: -licenseand fill out the form 2 times, with 9-digit AnyDesk ID's from both sides of your connection.
In This case COM18COM19 is for WSJT-X: NOTE: I use COM6 for PTT, so only 1 PC digital program can be setup to use COM5 as a PTT at the same time (it does not multiplex), so its best to use CAT to do PTT instead.
PowerSDR.exe app Go into PowerSDR app and click on "Setup". 1) General->Options settings Process Priority to "HIGH" or "REALTIME" (if you have a really fast computer). REALTIME can sometimes cause strange behavior if your computer doesnt have the horsepower.
PowerSDR.exe and PoweSDR.config.exe are the only files needed in the PowerSDR build. DttSP.dll is the only file needed in the DttSP build. PowerMate.dll is the only file needed in the PowerMate build. ALSO: vcruntime140.dll needs to be copied onto the target computer (PSDR program files folder, or download the free C++ VC2015 runtime installer)
YouTube Video Describing RevP2 to A1: 02/18/16 P2: Add: Auto Waterfall Transmit Low level adjustment. Key the radio and Click "Auto Wtr Level" to set Waterfall for transmit input level. Fix: Waterfall only, not displaying correctly due to addition of avgP, avgB previously. Auto Wtr Level turns off if you just in panadapter mode. 02/18/16 P1: Add: Auto Waterfall Low Level Adjustment. Just click the "Auto Wtr Level" button below the display area. 02/17/16 O9: Fix: Found mistake in Source code when compiled under VS2015 caused the check for atu.dll to fail, so Flex3000 units were using OLD ANT Tuning algorithm. Also Dttsp.dll now is updated to current 2015 v140 toolset, hopefully no issues. I embeded vc_redist_x86 into the DttSP.dll. 02/16/16: Figured out how to compile DttSP.dll under v140 platform toolset. Dumpbin showed v140 requires vc_redist.x86 since DttSP is a 32bit C application. Recompile DttSP.dll under C code generate runtime /MT (instead of /MD) will include all required DLL's 02/15/16 O8: Fix: Add toolTips to TXWaterID and Callsign box. Save the AvgP or AvgB settings in database. Right Click on Callsign Box to open up Folder where you put your own bitmap files to send to the waterfall. Right Click on the REC button to open up Folder where you will find SDRQuickAudio.wav files from your REC / PLAY use Right Click on the your current skin (Setup->Appearance->General->Skins->current skin) to open the Folder to the SKINS . 02/14/16 O7: Fix: Prevent (if you accidently hit the TX Waterfall ID with the Radio OFF) keying the Transmitter when the Radio is OFF (sitting idle) 02/13/16 O6: ADD: Flex3000 Now has 192k Sample Rate (you can view around 170khz on the screen at 1 time), in addition to the 10khz wide TX 02/13/16 O5: Fix: TX WaterID Now runs on its own background Thread (see video).Creates file when you change the Callsign text field. 02/12/16 O4: Fix: TX WaterID much faster to create image if running 96k or 192k Sample rates. Fix: Flex Audioplayer has a automatic resampler, but the code to make it work had some missing pieces, fixed the missing pieces, so now 48k waterfall resamples for 96k and 192k SR. 02/12/16 O3: Fix: TX WaterID labels: Creating->Transmit-Tx WaterID. Add Grayscale to database. Database name now: ke9ns1.dat 02/11/16 O2: ADD: Database to save mod settings: Callsign ID, Wide waterfall, etc. 02/11/16 O1: PowerSDR compiled under NET 4.5.2. PowerSDR.exe file slightly larger because Cdecl requires each function to have its own cleanup code. The Downside is that you must also copy over a "PowerSDR.exe.config" file becuase of the old FLEX1500USB.dll. NET 4.5 is supposed to be an improvment over the NET 3.5 PowerSDR was using. 02/11/16 Start learning DttSP: Update C++ code to VS2015 and recompile to SDK 8.1, which causes struct redef caused by time.h using timespec and pthread.h using the same timespec,but tv_sec is declared long instead of time_t, so I turned off the pthread.h version for now. also determined that not all of the DttSP is here. Completed full upgrade to NET 4.5 using CallingConvention = CallingConvetion.Cdecl in the DLLImport lines of win32.cs and dttsp.cs. Small change to app.config, set VS2015 to NET4.5 and recompile. (thanks to WA1GON for figuring it out) But also determined that you need to bring a config file along with the exe file due to an old DLL 02/11/16 N7: Fix KHZ freq entry. Turn off KHZ entry for VHF and above freq on both rx1 and rx2. 02/10/16 N6: Fix: Increase TX Bandwidth on Flex1500 and Flex3000 to 10khz wide. Fix: Improved Waterfall ID 24bit bitmap transmit. Automatically reduced the TX High filter down to 2.6khz during transmit, then back to its prior value. Still learning Bitmaps, and PCM and the conversion between them. 02/09/16 N5: Add: Waterfall ID will now load standard 24bit bitmap files as well as 8bpp 256 color bitmap files. 02/08/16 N4: Fix: VAC1 will automatically turn off when sending a TX waterfall ID, then back on when done. Add: Transmit 256 grayscale 8bpp bitmap images. Instructions: 1) Create a small 8bpp 256 color or grayscale bitmap image around 80w x 60h pixels and call it a short name, for example: test.bmp 2) Place that file in the folder %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\FlexRadio Systems\PowerSDR v2.7.2\ (where the quickplay audio files go) 3) Change the "callsign" to the name of the file with a . at the end of the name (for example: test. ) and it will load test.bmp from the folder and send it. Warning: There is no file checking. If you do not follow these instructions, PowerSDR will crash. Your database should survive, as my database did. I provided a "test.bmp" file to place in the folder mentioned above.