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CAT Slice assignment and persistence

Patrick Member ✭✭✭
edited June 2016 in New Ideas
Objective is to be able to assign  CAT ports to slices and have it be persistent.  Those or us that use multiple digital modes, also like to use the ability of SmartSDR to operate those third part digital modes at the same time.  At present it is difficult to keep two or more apps running, even when  two ports have been setup in SmartCAT to handle the control functions for the two apps.  Right now it is hit or miss on getting the apps to use the assigned ports, Since the CAT port can not be assigned to a slice configuration, and there is no persistence for this type of set up so that the same setup can be repeatable.  Getting this to work may mean that there needs to be a window available when using the +RX button to open a window that will have selectable configs available whine opening a new Slice.  Two buttons would be available, Default (for SSB standard operation) and Custom which would bring up a configuration table with desired mode, DAX assignment, CAT port assignment, BW etc. and then the ability to save this config with a name that then gets listed in the +RX window.   This would make config repeatability a reality.  

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