FRStack Version 2.3.7.16 Released

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New features since FRStack 2.1.30.4 release announcement

- FRStack menus via Spots for Smart SDR 2.3.7
- New SPE 1.3K,1.5K,2K Amplifier Tab and Menu Items, SPE Hotkeys, SPE Amp window
- Live mode for CWX Window
- Program Launch now has optional RUN menu on Main Menu
- Add USB Relay control feature added; accessed from Program Launch context menu
- Radio / Maestro Tune disables RCA TX (external AMP)


New menus and hotkeys
  - Menu +RX menu with Hotkeys RXADD & RXDEL
  - Menus and Hotkeys for Panadapter Band and Segment Zoom
  - Hotkeys for Active Slice Lock, FDX
  - Slice Split Menu and Hotkey
  - Memory option to set Panadapter Bandwidth
  - Active Slice Frequency Up / Down hotkeys
  - FM Reverse menu item and active slice hotkey
  - Slice specific MUTE Toggle Hotkeys
  - Memory Add DAX option of 'Not Set'


The View menu Spots Menu options creates spot menu items for popular FRStack features. This extends the ability to control FRStack from your SmartSDR for Windows and Maestro interface.

You can Mute all slices, display Favorite memories, Memories, Modes, Scan Banks, SPE Amp, toggle Mute non-active slices, and TX follows active slice features.

This feature does NOT display station spots from Telnet; use DXLabs or N1MM, etc. for live spots.

SPE 1.3K,1.5K,2K amp owners can control their AMP via FRStack UI or the Spot Menu feature. You connect your SPE USB control port to the PC then assign the COM port created in Windows to SPE Amp setting in FRStack options.


USB Relay control feature has been added to the Program Launch feature. This lets you switch on or off a device from a menu item in FRStack.
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Mark - W3II

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Posted 6 months ago

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Robert Lonn

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It sure would be GREAT if someone made a Video that showed all the new features and how to access them, etc. etc.  

Robert
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Michael Walker, Employee

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Hi Mark

That is awesome.  Nice job.

BTW, the USB Relay is cool if you want to do a soft power down.

Mike