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  • Electric Fence Clicking

    There are two fully adjustable noise blanker algorithms. And they both have an associated test mode, also fully adjustable. So you should be able to practice using them.

    Unless your fence noise is weak or the pulses are not well-defined there shouldn't be a problem. I just tried it again (test mode) and it works great!

    o00scorpion00o
  • firefox last rev gives chopped audio\waterfall on win7pro32b [fixed with browser site data clear]

    I don't think Chome 90 (with the fix) has actually been released yet.

    Given the age of this thread I'm going to un-announce it..

    Powernumpty
  • Camp Features

    I have some plans for this. But it will take some work/time.

    PowernumptyChrisSmolinskirz3dvp
  • rx-tx.info: preview/table/map of WebSDR, OpenWebRX & KiwiSDRs

    From the new OpenWebRX fork developer I think: https://rx-tx.info

    KA7Urz3dvp
  • About Python KiwiClient [Kiwi API question]

    The Kiwi protocol requires the client to send "keep alive" messages at least once every 60 seconds. Otherwise it is assumed the client (Javascript in the browser usually) isn't really running even if the web socket connection is still open for some reason. This had to be done in order to prevent connections from remaining open for long periods of time even through no one was really there. If no keep alive is received the connection is closed.

    I don't know if it helps, but I was able to make web socket connections and send Kiwi commands and receive Kiwi sound and waterfall binary data using a program called websocat (web socket concatenate). See: https://github.com/vi/websocat There are binaries available for Windows, Linux and Mac and I was able to run the Mac one without problems.

    So, to connect to a Kiwi and get sound data do something like this from the Mac command line:

    cat snd.ws.txt | websocat_mac -n ws://my_kiwi:8073/12345678/SND

    Where my_kiwi is the name of the Kiwi and the file snd.ws.txt contains these commands to send to the Kiwi:

    SET auth t=kiwi p=

    SET AR OK in=12000 out=44100

    SET squelch=0 max=0

    SET genattn=0

    SET gen=0 mix=-1

    SET ident_user=kiwirecorder.py

    SET mod=am low_cut=-5000 high_cut=5000 freq=7550.000

    SET agc=1 hang=0 thresh=-100 slope=6 decay=1000 manGain=50

    SET keepalive

    12345678 is a number and needs to be unique for each connection (hence a timestamp in msec). The websocat -n argument keeps the connection to the Kiwi open after all the commands in the file are sent. But note the connection will still close because additional SET keepalive commands are not being periodically sent.

    What you will receive from the Kiwi will be a combination of messages and data looking something like this:

    MSG client_public_ip=[your public ip address as seen by the Kiwi]

    MSG rx_chans=4

    MSG chan_no_pwd=0

    MSG chan_no_pwd_true=0

    MSG is_local=0,1

    MSG max_camp=4

    MSG badp=0

    MSG version_maj=1 version_min=447

    MSG load_cfg= (large amount of configuration data omitted)

    MSG center_freq=15000000 bandwidth=30000000 adc_clk_nom=66666600

    MSG audio_init=1 audio_rate=12000 sample_rate=12001.062106

    MSG stats_cb={"ct":4633,"ce":0,"cf":1000,"cc":0,"cu":[51],"cs":[49],"ci":[0],"ac":0,"wc":0,"fc":0,"ah":0,"as":0,"sr":12001.062106,"ga":0,"gt":0,"gg":0,"gf":0,"gc":66.665900,"go":0,"gr":"RF82ci","ad":0,"au":0,"ae":0,"ar":0,"an":4,"an2":32,"ap":[0,7439,0,0],"ai":[0,2121,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0],"sa":9,"sh":9,"tu":"04:04","tl":"17:04","ti":"NZDT","tn":"Pacific%5c%2fAuckland"}

    SND [binary sound data]

    SND [binary sound data]

    ...

    You can do something similar for the waterfall with the command line:

    cat wf.ws.txt | websocat_mac -n ws://my_kiwi:8073/12345678/W/F

    And the wf.ws.txt file:

    SET auth t=kiwi p=

    SET zoom=0 cf=7550.000000

    SET maxdb=-10 mindb=-110

    SET wf_comp=0

    SET wf_speed=1

    SET ident_user=kiwirecorder.py

    SET keepalive

    And you'll receive the waterfall data:

    MSG rx_chans=4

    MSG chan_no_pwd=0

    MSG chan_no_pwd_true=0

    MSG max_camp=4

    MSG badp=0

    MSG version_maj=1 version_min=447

    MSG center_freq=15000000 bandwidth=30000000 adc_clk_nom=66666600

    MSG kiwi_up=1 rx_chan=0

    MSG extint_list_json=%5b%22colormap%22,%22cw_decoder%22,%22devl%22,%22DRM%22,%22fax%22,%22FFT%22,%22fsk%22,%22IBP_scan%22,%22iframe%22,%22iq_display%22,%22loran_c%22,%22navtex%22,%22noise_blank%22,%22noise_filter%22,%22sig_gen%22,%22S_meter%22,%22SSTV%22,%22TDoA%22,%22timecode%22,%22wspr%22%5d

    MSG wf_fft_size=1024 wf_fps=23 wf_fps_max=23 zoom_max=14 rx_chans=4 wf_chans=4 wf_chans_real=4 wf_setup

    MSG zoom=0 start=0

    MSG wf_fps=1

    MSG request_dx_update

    W/F [binary waterfall data]

    W/F [binary waterfall data]

    ...

    This discussion is not complete because we need to talk about the parameters for the various SET commands and also the content of the returned binary data. These details are all handled by the kiwiclient / kiwirecorder Python code and that's why you should really try and make an effort to understand it.

    bayUR5VIB