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5.6 - Status Displays
5.6.1 - Top Display
Top Status Display
The topmost indicator box contains various types of status information.
First is a number telling you how many grid divisions there are on the spectrum. You can change this by →Left-click
Next, the number in square braces indicates the tuning step for an external knob such as the Griffen Powermate.
Next comes the current demodulator mode with the demodulator low, high demodulator edges and total bandwidth, designated Lo, Hi, and BW.
Next are the Lo= and Hi= Demodulator edge frequencies, followed by BW= which is the actual bandwidth of the demodulator from low cut to high cut.
Next, within parenthesis, if you are recording, the current file size in GB (Gigabytes) is shown. If you are playing back, progress in % towards the end of the recording is shown.
Next the number inside the curly braces is the latency setting; it ranges from 2 (very low latency) to 16 (high latency.) ^ L and ^ S or left- and right-clicking adjusts this value. Think Shorter and Longer to remember the keys.
5.6.2 - Middle Display
Middle Status Display
This shows information about the frequency you are presently tuned to using an internal, high performance database system.
5.6.3 - Bottom Display
Bottom Status Display
This shows connectivity and SDR performance information.
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