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Setting band limits on display using TCP commands

Steve
Steve Member
edited April 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
Hi,

I have been using TCP commands to control my 6500 (using currently SmartSDR v2.4.9) and I am able to set frequencies and destroy slices.  However what I do not see in the command list is to specify the band limits of the display.  For example in the link: http://wiki.flexradio.com/index.php?title=TCP/IP_slice  It shows how to create a slice and center the radio at a specified frequency.  However, it doesn't give any details how to set the lower and upper frequency limits that will be displayed on the screen.  Is there anyway to specify these two band limits?

I have also tried saving the radio configuration in profiles but it seems to only provide the displace with its frequency centered on the display.  The lower and upper band limits do not seem to per preserve in the save operation.   I also know that the "s" and "b" magnification options do provide control to the radio display but I would like to have it set through an TCP option.

So in summary,  I would like to specify two frequencies that define the lower and upper limits of the pan display and display all signals between these two limits.


Thanks!

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