KISS Konsole Requests

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KISS Konsole - Feature Requests This is the place to enter your 'dreams' for enhancements. Progress will be indicated by indented responses. Please feel free to do any of this!

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Current Wish List - 23 August 2009

What Volunteer Status
Improve the AGC performance, add user controls George K9TRV
Show Power output on meter when on transmit
Add mic gain/AGC settings contol to Setup form
Add multi band EQ for Rx
Add RF speech processor (intend to use VShaper by Alex VE3NEA) [1]
Add VOX, anti VOX and Noise gate controls
Add second receiver within the bandscope bandwidth.
Add second independant frequency/bandwidth receiver in the Mercury FPGA Phil VK6APH
Add frequency and level calibration controls
Add transverter controls.
Add bandwidth info to the main screen (in addition to the slider) Phil VK6APH
Add SWL bands and Ham subbands, add setup to support these.
Auto-select starting bandwidth, AGC based on mode
Allow resizeable screen
Allow selection of bandwidth in spectrum and wideband modes
Add transverter controls.
  1. see http://www.dxatlas.com/VShaper/

VK6APH 07:13, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Lock Spectrum

Add provision to "lock" spectrum and tune Mercury (and Penelope) within that window. This would conceptually be something like the second receiver function in PowerSDR. This could be useful, for example, in a CW contest where you don't want the spectrum display to move around when you pounce on another station. Or a RTTY contest, where you just want to see the data sub-band,or SSB...

Comment - simpler to add a second receiver I think. VK6APH 08:52, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

Test Equip?

Could some of this code be used as digital test software for the HPSDR board set? I can imagine sending various 'commands' and testing for the 'correct' response. Richard Ames, VK2NRA 21:11, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

Fingerprinting?

I can for-see doing fingerprinting of signals. Think of the advantage in contests if the computer 'automagically' tagged each of the signals on the bandscope with a callsign and changed the colour depending on whether you have logged a contact with them.... the rules will probably outlaw it!  :-) Regards, Richard Ames, VK2NRA 22:46, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

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