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[Xlog-discussion] Re: [Hamlib-developer] Re: Hamlib, Xlog and IC725

From: Joop Stakenborg
Subject: [Xlog-discussion] Re: [Hamlib-developer] Re: Hamlib, Xlog and IC725
Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 15:42:05 +0200
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Wilbert Knol wrote:

Is there a way to turn rig broadcasts off on your IC725?

I thought about that....I seem to recall you can do this by fiddling the diode matrix inside the rig. Will investigate and report back on a possible hardware fix.

Well, this would not be my favourite solution.....

Currently, I don't see a good solution for this from the xlog

My thinking was, if there was a way of stopping the application (TLF/XLOG) from polling the rig, then the bus collisions would go away. Something like a radio button in the xlog preferences.

Yes. What about letting the xlog user select:

1) Polling frequency.
2) Whether he wants polling or not.

If polling is turned of, you can still use Ctrl+k to retrieve the
information from the rig. This way we can minimize bus collisions.

I could add this to some of the next betas, so you can test it.

Wilbert, ZL2BSJ

Joop PA4TU

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