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From the CHANGE_LOG file:
v1.455,456 May 19, 2021
Config tab: Added button to reset passband fields to default values.
Connect tab: Improved proxy setup UI.
Right-click menu: Added "snap to nearest" mode. Setting is remembered/restored per Kiwi
visited just like freq/mode etc. Waterfall cursor differs when snap mode active.
When snap is active the freq step keys (j/i, left/right arrow keys) are modified so
the ctrl/alt-key steps the smallest amount and the unmodified key steps the same
amount as the snap (e.g. 9/10 kHz on MW). Usually the unmodified key step the
Changes to more easily support general (even non-SDR) FPGA development.
v1.453,454 May 14, 2021
Added default passband adjustment to admin page, config tab.
As each passband parameter field is changed (low, high, center, width) the other
fields will be automatically adjusted. So if you know you want a USB filter
with a low frequency of 300 Hz that is 3300 Hz wide just enter those two fields
and the high and width values will be derived. An error message will appear if
you attempt to define an invalid passband.
The former "CW offset" field has been removed. To set your desired CW offset
simply set the default passband center frequency of the CW/CWN mode passbands
to the offset value. E.g. If you want to hear a 1000 Hz tone in the CW modes
set the passbands to have a 1000 HZ center.
After the passband is changed on the admin page, existing user connections will have
to reload the page to get the new passband values.
Seeed has been forced to raise Kiwi prices on their website by 15% due to the ongoing semiconductor supply issues.
But there are still plenty of units at old the old prices from distributors. So do some shopping around. Remember that Mouser offers free international shipping to many locations for orders over $50. And be careful to consider shipping, tariff/import, VAT/GST and other costs which these days is a large fraction of the device cost (and the latest sign of our failure as a society/species -- but I digress).
Okay, all should be good now (except for my splitting headache). I'm not 100% sure because it won't let me stay logged in for more than a few seconds (BT bastards). And your router isn't forwarding port 8073 connections to the new local ip address of course.
Sure enough, the Beagle guys made an incompatible change in how the .dtb file is loaded by Uboot. I'll have to figure out a change to support it.