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|•||User defined filter allow to show only the entries you need|
|•||Post your logs directly to Visual Logbook, uses just a tiny amount of online data.|
|•||Interacts with any SRCP-enabled radio (like HDSDR / XDR-GTK)|
At the bottom:
|•||slider "dial" (3)|
|•||direct frequency entry (4)|
|•||range slider (6): km around QTH|
Tapping an entry tunes the radio (if connected)
Tapping the max-value (5) opens the band-selector (VLF, LW, MW, SW, OIRT, FM)
This sets the proper channel spacing also.
Turn phone / tablet horizontally to get a wider view
Controls are hidden in this position, to provide a largest view.
Channel-Mode (1): Shows only entries for current channel,
in this example limited to 345 km around QTH
Tapping on ITU (2) pops up the ITU selector (this example selected: D, DNK and HOL)
When finished, tap on Done or Back button
If you have a SRCP-enabled radio (like HDSDR, XDR-GTK) then you can tune it from this app.
Also, StationList-M will follow when that radio gets tuned.
When checked the radio-name will appear below the checkbox indicating a proper connection.
Long-pressing an entry will open this popup-menu
Allowing amongst others to post that entry as a log directly to Visual Logbook
For this you must have filled in your personal VLB data in Settings
works only on Andoid 6 and higher
use this older version for Android v4.4.4 - 10
Join the discussion group here
Read what others write:
additionally download HRD_RADIO_000.exe here.
Konrad's GTK release now supports simple SRCP configuration.
(no more need to specify the IP-Adr on the GTK side)