Freq. Display Format ?

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  • #364
    Robert11
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    Hi,

    Hate to admit it, but this is driving me bonkers.

    Always seem to have uncertainty when looking at the freq. display
    as to what I am actually reading.

    e.g., where is the decimal for MHz ?
    Or KHz
    Or for less than 1 Hz ?

    Is there any way to “force” the display as to always have
    the same format, and the decimals always in the same place and meaning
    the same thing ?

    This would hopefully be irrespective of what it pulls up from the frequencies
    in the Memory Panel, and how they might be formatted.

    Thanks,
    Bob

    #372
    SDRplay_Tech
    Participant

    The frequency is always displayed in Hz and entered in kHz, UNLESS you type 100m for 100 MHz, where the m stands for MHz. You can simply add a decimal point on your keyboard, so if you want to enter 250.1 kHz, simply select the frequency display in the Rx control panel and type 250.1 on your PC keyboard and hit the enter key. Similarly if you want to tune to 104.2 MHz, simply type 104.2m

    This is all covered in the SDRuno manual section 3.8 on page 22.

    SDRplay_Tech

    #373
    Robert11
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks.

    Didn’t realize the freq. is “always displayed in Hz”

    Sure is a lot to know.
    Great program.
    Enjoying the RSPdx. Fine product.

    Thanks again,
    Bob

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