Telnet Spots

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Is there a simple program out there that will put the spots on the panadapter without a logger and everything else that is included in some of these programs. Just looking for something simple that will let me chose the server and display the spots.
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WW1SS - Steve

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Take a look at this thread..

Enzo (IW7DMH) posted a link to a simple telnet program he wrote.

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Slice Master provides a fairly simple way to display spots in the panafall.  Depending on your measure of simple, it might be too simple in that it doesnt provide a preconfigured list of cluster servers to connect to.  But, if you already have a favorite cluster server (or four), the setup time to get spots on the screen is minimal.


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(oops, just noticed you don't want something logger dependent.  Sorry)

Depending on what logger you use you may already have that capability using whatever server(s) you want.  I use the DXLabs suite and it happens automatically via Spot Collector and Commander's bandspread.  All I had to do in SSDR is enable it.

From the manual:
  Some of these programs include N1MM, FRStack, Slicemaster, DXLabs, and Logger32.

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"N1MM, FRStack, Slicemaster, DXLabs, and Logger32"  - Which program is simplest to setup and use?  BTW, I use N3FJP AC Log, but that does not appear on list. dan WA1QZX