AMD Phenom II X6 3.2 GHz
8 GB RAM
Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
On 11/17/18 11:40 AM, Rik Strobbe wrote:
> Hello Paul,
> thanks for the information, that is what I need to know right now.
> Just one more thing: the CPU / RAM /OS of the computer used.
> 73, Rik ON7YD
> Van: [email protected] <[email protected]>
> namens N1BUG <[email protected]>
> Verzonden: zaterdag 17 november 2018 14:26
> Aan: [email protected]; [email protected];
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> Onderwerp: Re: LF: SlowJT9 update
> Hi Rik, all,
> I can send debug.txt to you directly if you need it.
> I ran SlowJT9 in JT9-1 mode overnight on 630m. System is Windows 10
> 64 bit with a 6 core CPU at 3.2 GHz.
> With 0 messages decoded the decode time runs about 0.2 to 0.25
> seconds. The most messages decoded in one period was 7, that took
> 0.429 seconds. There were a few periods with 5 messages decoded,
> times run from about 0.3 to 0.45 seconds on those.
> The variability in time might depend on exactly what my system
> is doing at decode time. In addition to Slow_JT9 I was running most
> of the DXLab suite (Launcher, SpotCollector - which is known to
> spike CPU usage when processing spots, DXKeeper, Commander,
> PropView, DXView), SpotSpy, DX Atlas, two instances of HDSDR, two
> instances of WSJT-X 1.91.1, four instances of Spectrum Lab, two
> instance of Qlock, WSPR-X, and Firefox with three to four open tabs.
> Like I said, it's a busy system. :) Oh, I forgot a few background
> tasks. Well, anyway you get the idea.
> I am leaning more and more toward preferring the 'original' timing
> for the slow submodes, even if that means being able to decode only
> one mode at a time.
> Paul N1BUG
> On 11/16/18 4:55 AM, Rik Strobbe wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I just uploaded a now beta-release of SlowJT9 (v0.9.03).
>> The main changes are
>> - The option to save all decoded messages in a text file (file
>> "decoded.txt" in the folder "extra")
>> - The option to save a number of actions the application goes
>> through in a text file (file "debug.txt" in the folder "extra").
>> I hope this last will be useful to trace down bugs. So if you are
>> encountering problems, please run SlowJT9 with "Save debug
>> information" enabled until the problem occurs and include (the
>> relevant part of) debug.txt in your bug report.
>> This weekend and maybe also next week (time permitting) I will
>> have a closer look at
>> - switch to the original symbol length of JT9-2 and JT9-5
>> - the possibility of simultaneous decoding of JT9(-1), JT9-2 and
>> As simultaneous decoding might be a time critical event, in
>> particular in combination with switching to the original JT9-2
>> and JT9-5 parameters, the debug file will include all decoding
>> events, including the time it takes:
>> 18-11-16 10:25:51 : decoding started 18-11-16 10:25:51 : decoding
>> ended (0.596 s - 4 msg decoded)
>> In order to have an idea how much time decoding takes (on
>> different computers, different OS) I would appreciate it if you
>> could run SlowJT9 for some hours (overnight) in JT9-1 mode with
>> "Save debug information" enabled and provide me with the decoding
>> time information (in particular the "decoding ended" lines of
>> Whoever is interested can download the SlowJT9 installation file
>> at http://472khz.org/SlowJT9/SlowJT9_setup.exe.
>> For now only a Windows version of SlowJT9 is available. But as
>> the used IDE has cross platform facilities it should be possible
>> to support other operating systems as well in the future.
>> The aim of this beta version is: - To test if the application is
>> working properly. - To find out if JT9-2 and/or JT9-5 have a
>> sufficient S/N advantage over JT9(-1). - To find out if there is
>> sufficient interest in using these modes to continue the
>> project. Therefore all comments, bug reports and suggestions are
>> most welcome via the Blacksheep RSGB LF Reflector, Yahoo RSGB LF
>> Group or directly at [email protected]
>> 73, Rik ON7YD - OR7T