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  • You can try it on my kiwi  http://kiwisdr.ve3sun.com:8073/ Apparently some of my code wasn't compatible with some browsers, so I am testing locally first. Good chance to catch bugs or other browser problems I don't see here. - Peter
  • http://ve3sun.com/KiwiSDR/IBP.html take a look. Once John merges, let me know if there is anything I can change to help you do what you want to do. You can capture 10 seconds to 2 minutes of waterfall on intervals of 10 seconds to 1 hour. That sho…
  • The current project is to finish the IBP scan features. Then I will look at how to extend it for your case. Here is where I am going now: http://ve3sun.com/KiwiSDR/IBP.html I should have it ready to merge for John tomorrow unless something falls ap…
  • You can manually do that with the right click menu now - saving the current waterfall when you want. The automatic beacon save works every 3 minutes after a full cycle of all the beacons on a band. How long a snapshot would you want in each image? I…
  • I added automatic snapshots to the IBP extension a while ago. So adding other similar features is quite possible if there is a need. How would you like to see it work?
  • I still remember a cartoon from back then showing a guy from Africa who mixed his English with whistles, pops and static crashes. He explained that he learned English listening to shortwave broacasts. I am not sure many would get that, today.
  • Mostly I listen to the IBP beacons.  But since I have been playing around with the Kiwis I have stumbled across some SWL adventures that take me back to my earliest days. Hearing CHU again reminded me of my childhood days with a radio that glowed in…
  • The waterfall saving addition is now available for John to merge if he feels it worthwhile. Also included in the latest update is an additition to the IBP_Scan extension, which autosaves the waterfall once every 3 minutes to watch the beacons, being…
  • I've been thinking about noise blankers, notch filters and LMS noise reduction filters. My first thoughts were to process the audio in the tried and true way. But after watching the European thunderstorms while trying to listen to 3C0L I noticed how…
  • Thanks John. I don't think there is any rush unless someone is anxious out there. :) I have been thinking of other features to add to that menu. Personally, I would like to have adding a tag note as a menu item instead of just the shift-click. I ten…
  • Once there is a mobile friendly web interface it can easily be rolled into an app with a webview. Although, it is hardly necessary, then as webapps are just like apps without the app store. I would like to see a minimal interface with just audio and…
  • My eyes must be going. I have gone over that quickstart multiple times and not seen that one. Thanks!
  • I have been thinking about the coordinated hopping to monitor WSPR on multiple bands with one receiver instance. A look at the WSPR database indicates that a few (but not many) stations are transmitting on the schedule. Even so, it would be useful t…
  • > jks > Ah, okay. That python code depends on a more recent version of the Kiwi server API. It should probably fetch the version number and complain if the API is incompatible. Seeed still ships Kiwis from the factory with v1.2 installed I be…
  • Another option might be to use an Android tablet running Chrome. I can run KiwiSDR on my Nexus 7 tablet, but for some reason, not on my Nexus 5 phone. Interesting. Anyway, the Nexus 7 is currently running WSPR and we will see how long it runs...
  • I started using this myself so added some features to the DX Cluster page: You can click on the LISTEN button to open your own (or another) KiwiSDR on the frequency.
  • > WA2ZKD > from the admin webpage, use the console login and enter mu Where do I find documentation on commands like this?
  • What is the meaning of the final object in the dx,json file?  WL=1 or SB=1 (and m0taz.json XX=1 and NoN=1) Since I am thinking of making the data editable, I may as well add the option to save the list as a json file.
  • > KA7U > Now imagine that your programs included a DX Cluster or VE7CC Cluster and the spots hot linked to list in probability order the web receivers.  Don't listen to me, this sounds like to much effort. Ron Morell KA7U Actually, I am …
  • I have, as an experiment, imported the dx,min.json and the waszkd.json files into the list of transmitters for propagation forecasts to the online receivers. http://ve3sun.com/KiwiSDR/Transmitters.php If google was able to determine a location from…
  • There is no monitoring in the extension yet. So what you see is the currently transmitting beacon on the given frequency. Monitoring will appear above the fold, similar to the Integrate extension when I get around to it. Round tuits are in short sup…
  • Some of this information may already be available. A couple of Kiwis are compared: http://mardie4.100webspace.net/cgi-bin/wsprsearch.pl?call=on5kq http://mardie4.100webspace.net/cgi-bin/wsprsearch.pl/VK2CEL So if WSPR can be run when slots are emp…
  • It was so much simpler in 1993. But you wouldn't have been able to do any of it back then. Just HTML and Mosaic. ... Until people like me started writing add-ons to make it more complicated. The problem is that we all want to use the new great featu…
  • > (welcome to the world of cross-browser compatibility Peter, lol) You haven't seen all the if < IE9 ... statements at the top of my html pages? Thanks for taking care of it. I saw a couple of cosmetic issues like the extra down arrow in the s…
  • I have now added a propagation link to each receiver which will open a page with detailed propagation predictions. I am not satisfied with the user interface yet, but some feedback will help with that, I'm sure. For propagation predictions, first ch…
  • > I thought it would go to the frequency the chosen beacon was currently operating on I suppose you could say that it does - as the chosen beacon is not transmitting at that time :). I guess there is a chance that it is transmitting, so maybe I s…
  • Thanks Martin. It really helps to know what users would like to see as we all have different interests and habits. You are thinking exactly on the lines that I am. I haven't quite figured out the best way to get there yet. One possibility is to inco…
  • > However once selected the extension doesn't immediately change the frequency to track the selected beacon, it just remains on the same frequency until that particular beacons time slot on that particular frequency has finished before moving to …
  • Awesome John! I was planning to get around to that one of these days. You have saved me the trouble. Now I can work on extending that extension.
  • Sorry, I missed it. I did do a search but must have used the wrong words. Do you have to use sendmail? Why not use a mailto: url and then it shouldn't happen.