Currently the following features are working;
1. Band Selection
2. DSP (NR.NB.ANF)
3. RX filter high/low
5. And for fun DX spots
Currently the DX spots show 5 newest spots from all bands, at some point I will update this to be 5 latest spots of the current band. Clicking the buttons beside the spot will tune that spot.
This app is just a proof of concept and a fun project, however no scaling has been implemented. So this will only work on the tablet I designed it for. So sorry if you don't have a Samsung galaxy tab 4, it won't work. This is not meant to be a published App, but maybe one day.
Maybe you can help me with something!
I am trying to scale my waterfall correctly. Lets say I have the following;
screen px witdh =2560
screen dp witdh =1280
surfaceview width dp = 1248
surfaceview width px = 2496
We have a ratio of px/dp = 2
So based on this I create a waterfall stream based on surfaceview dp width of 1248, x=1248.
I set paint strokewidth to 2, so that 2 real pixels are colored for each dp. so when drawing my points I will draw first pixel at 0, second at 2, 3rd at 4, etc. But for some reason there is a fine spce between the points that causes 1000+ little black lines in the waterfall.
Of course I can up the stroke width to account for this, but I want the stroke width to be dynamic based on the surfaceview dp size. This way the app will work with all 1280dp wide screens.
On galaxy tab 4 which has a px width of 1280, and a dp width of 1280, the ratio is 1:1. Setting stroke width to one fo this display works fine. But on my new tablet with a 1280dp w and 2560px w display, I get the fine horizontal lines. So why doesn't setting stroke width to (px/dp) work?
I hope the above makes any since. Any ideas?
I had zero success with OPUS, I just can't get the decoder to work. I will keep playing.
From what I can see it looks like it is reaching quite a complete application and certainly the Panfall 6 with DAX working would be something I would be well and truly willing to pay for.
Projects like this always make me wish I'd chosen the software rather than hardware path with computers many years ago when I was faced with that particular fork in the road.
Thank you for all the work you're doing on this.
73 de Arnie W8DU
There is also the soon to be released DL8MRE app for iPad
The issue with Android is that unlike iOS which is consistent among its implementations and devices Android tends to be a dogs breakfast in that it varies greatly between editions and equipment vendors and even between models within a specific vendor. So the reason you are less likely to see an Android emulation is that it ends up being a great deal of hard work for the developers not only to write the code, but also to make it work with different hardware vendors and models and then even more work to keep it running when Android inevitably changes...
can i get last releass of the app for the behringer cmd micro. all links on the community are not working. it will work with win 10?
and in remote?
also the android app , is no avaible in goole store? where can be downloaded?
it works only on tablet? i have adroid phone that has quite big display as small tables.
thanks for all replyes