n1jez at burlingtontelecom.net
Sun Aug 31 13:54:01 EDT 2014
You are right. There is no "frequency set" command in WinOnCore, but you
can simply type in $PRTHS,FRQD,0.01 and press return to send the command
from the command window. That's what did.
WinOncore let me see the unit status - satellite tracking etc as did
VisualGPS and Tac32.
In the CW12 User manual, there are references to WinOnCore all through it.
On 8/31/2014 1:12 PM, Azelio Boriani wrote:
> A "frequency set" command in WinOncore? The WinOncore was designed by
> Motorola for their receivers using their binary command set, it is
> very strange that this software can have a ConnorWinfield/Navsync
> proprietary command
> ($PRTHS,FRQD,<frequency_in_MHz>[*optional_checksum]<cr><lf>) to set
> the CW12 output frequency. A dedicated software is not needed: using
> whatever serial terminal program, you just send the above command
> using the keyboard and you can set any frequency upto 30MHz. For 10KHz
> just type $PRTHS,FRQD,0.01<cr><lf> (the serial port is 38400,N,8,1).
> The CW12-TIM must be the NMEA version.
> On Sun, Aug 31, 2014 at 4:57 PM, Mike Seguin
> <n1jez at burlingtontelecom.net> wrote:
>> I got it. WinOncore. Frequency set.
>> On 8/31/2014 10:22 AM, Mike Seguin wrote:
>>> I just started working with a Navsync CW12-TIM. I'm interested in
>>> programming the freq output.
>>> What's the best software to use?
>> Mike, N1JEZ
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