Maestro control of TNFs implemented in SmartSDR v1.xx ??

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Now that Maestro control of TNFs has been implemented in SmartSDR v2, will a new SSDR v1.xx version be released which also includes the feature  ??

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KY6LA - Howard, Elmer

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That would be a new feature so I would guess you need to buy Version 2
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Bill -VA3WTB

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I believe V.1xx is feature frozen.
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TNFs are hardly a new feature.  Rather, the lack of Maestro control of TNFs in v1 SmartSDR could be viewed as a defect, especially as its absence was not documented.

My question is whether an official decision has been reached regarding a further SSDR v1.xx release to include Maestro control of TNFs.

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Official Response
I am afraid that the SmartSDR v1 major software version is feature complete and that no more additional feature functionality will be added to SmartSDR v1.  

We ended up adding more feature functionality to v1.x that we had originally intended, so there was additional value provided that would have otherwise been in SmartSDR v2.  We needed to close out SmartSDR v1 and release SmartSDR v2 so that we could deliver on the long-awaited SmartLink functionality.

We realize that making a previous version feature complete and moving on to the next major version is not going to be popular with everyone who has chosen to stay on SmartSDR v1, but it is impossible to please everyone.

I recommend that you continue to look at the features being provided by SmartSDR v2 and hopefully, you will decide that there is value in upgrading to SmartSDR v2.
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Tim,

Thanks for the reply.

--M.R.
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