v1.250: 20 kHz bandwidth mode, 10/100 Ethernet speed selection, k/M frequency/passband suffixes
Three channels at 20 kHz is subject to being reduced to only two depending on experiences with stability. I would have set it at two but I couldn't get the FPGA code to compile using only two channels for reasons I still don't understand. From the CHANGE_LOG file:
v1.250 December 31, 2018 Add 20 kHz wide audio bandwidth mode. A third entry to the list of FPGA configurations. See admin "mode" tab for details. Add Ethernet 10/100 speed select to admin network tab. The speed changes after a few seconds of delay (no Kiwi restart required). This allows you to be looking at a waterfall in another window and see if the Ethernet spurs (if present at your installation) improve or not. Be sure the device (router, switch) your Kiwi connects to supports 10 Mbps Ethernet. Accept 'k' & 'M' scaling suffixes in frequency and passband parameters. Examples: Type "/15k" in frequency box to get a 15 kHz wide passband. Or "/2.7k", "-5k,10k" etc. Use a URL of "...?f=7.4M/16.5k" to set a frequency of 7.4 MHz and passband of 16.5 kHz. Note uppercase 'M' since 'm' is already keyboard shortcut for mute. You can remember this because the 'M' in MHz is always capitalized whereas 'k' in kHz is not. Note also 'k' used to be paired with 'j' as the frequency up/down jog shortcut. Now use the 'j' and 'i' keys are used (also 'J' and 'I' to jog faster). Using the 'i' key is actually more natural because it fits the placement of your index and middle fingers better than 'j' and 'k'. Finally, 'i' was previously used to select IQ mode. Now use 'q' instead. Type 'h' or '?' to see the complete keyboard shortcut help panel.