PS: Sorry i forgot to mention that the .bat file must be placed in the
WSPR-X folder and you will also need a tool called 'sleep', however i
don't know where to download this. Maybe DF6NM can help and comment
Am 23.11.2018 21:36, schrieb DK7FC:
Thanks for your interest and the recent decode.
Well, the old version works but IZ7SLZ and DF6NM found a solution to
use the wsprd.exe and some dlls out of the latest WSJT-X version
together with a small script that allows to upload the decodes. This
way you can use the highest performing WSPR decoder at WSPR-15 and
upload the spots.
Just install the old WSPR-X software a second time on your PC, e.g.
into C:/wsprx2/ . Leave the old installation as it is, so you won't
loose a decode during the experimentation with the latest software. If
you can't find it, DF6NM has placed one on his page:
Then, install the latest WSJT-X version.
Then, replace and copy some files from WSJT-X to WSPR-X, details from
DF6NM at http://df6nm.bplaced.net/wspr/replace_wsprd_for_wsprx_r3058.txt
For the realisation of uploads, place these lines into an executable
@if exist wspr_spots.txt type wspr_spots.txt >>wsprd.out &
del wspr_spots.txt & echo %time%
Then, it should all work and maybe you can get a decode where the old
decoder fails. I let it run for a day or so but there were only 2
decodes found by the new one that the old one misses.
That should be all. Just ask if there are open questions.
Am 23.11.2018 21:09, schrieb John Bruce McCreath:
Hi Guys….haven’t been paying
too much attention to the WSPR posts of late,
but with the weekend
approaching, I want to try something a little different.
Will my current WSPR-X
software v0.8 r3058 work, or do I need to download
a more recent version? I
WSPR-15 mode for 2200M running now.
LowFER Beacon "EAR"
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