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RT Systems to SmartSDR 1.4 Memory Importer

K6OZY Member ✭✭
edited June 2020 in SmartSDR for Windows
Now that 1.4 is out,  I can start trickling out my tools and videos I put together during the development window.   This is a script I wrote during 1.4 development to import my RT Systems CSV file into SmartSDR.   Enjoy!


Here's a sample run:

Flex 6000 Series RT Systems To SmartSDR CSV Memory Converter v1.0
(C)2014 Chris Johnson K6OZY k6ozy[at]arrl.net

Usage: ./rtsystems_to_ssdr.pl -f RT Systems CSV File [-o owner] [-g group]

-f : Exported CSV from RT Systems Programmer
-o : Owner of imported Memories [optional]
-g : Group name of imported memories [optional]

./rtsystems_to_ssdr.pl -f ./RTSystems.csv -o K6OZY -g "AZ Repeaters"
Flex 6000 Series RT Systems To SmartSDR CSV Memory Converter v1.0
(C)2014 Chris Johnson K6OZY k6ozy[at]arrl.net
Custom Name: K6OZY
Custom Group: AZ Repeaters
422 lines consumed.


It then drops a CSV in the current directory for you to import into SmartSDR.


  • WX7Y
    WX7Y Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2020
    so do you have a step by step on how to use your script to import the rts memory


  • K6OZY
    K6OZY Member ✭✭
    edited March 2015
    Do you have the ability to run perl scripts?  Are you running this on a Windows or Mac?  I use a mac and perl is native in the OS.  If you are using Windows, you need to install perl first.


    Install that, copy my script from GitHub into a file ending with extension of .pl and try running it from a command prompt. 

    You then export your RTSystems setup as a CSV file and feed it into my script adjusting the details from my examples in the post above.

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