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    Brad Harris
    WinRadio scans
    Topic posted May 12, 2012 by Brad HarrisBeginner 
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    Title:
    WinRadio scans
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    Just freshly new to v6 and have been using v5 for the past few years on several different computers (I'm liking most of what I've seen so far in v6, although it's a totally different spaceship from v5).

    I've read the tutorial on importing scans with WinRadio thru v5, and wondering if it's possible to do this without the use of v5. The reason is that over the years I've noticed that v5 has never scanned correctly with either a UR or the WinRadio scanner (always has had an offset from 0.050-0.150mHz in 25mHz steps compared to the Tx and W33WSM software from firmware v1.132, 1.152, 1.167).

    Is or will their be a way to import WinRadio 35S scan files directly without of the use of v5, or from any other 3rd party hardware (like Katlman, Ivie, RF Explorer, etc) for those that do not have or have access to a axt600?

    BRad

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    • Sam Drazin
      I've read the tutorial on importing scans with WinRadio thru v5, and wondering if it's possible to do this without the use of v5. The reason is that over the years I've noticed that v5 has never scanned correctly with either a UR or the WinRadio scanner (always has had an offset from 0.050-0.150mHz in 25mHz steps compared to the Tx and W33WSM software from firmware v1.132, 1.152, 1.167).

      Is or will their be a way to import WinRadio 35S scan files directly without of the use of v5, or from any other 3rd party hardware (like Katlman, Ivie, RF Explorer, etc) for those that do not have or have access to a axt600?


      Hey Brad, you are absolutely correct; it is a known issue with WWB5 that WiNRADiO scans can have a fixed offset from the frequency range that they were originally scanned. With regards to importing scans from 3rd party devices natively into WWB6, we have heard this feedback and are working towards providing this functionality. Stay tuned for upcoming releases of WWB6 to address this need.
    • javiertc

      Hi Sam, I don't know if my question its resolved in other post or I didn't understand this post. It will be posible use winradio hardware with WWB6 like in WWB5??

      Thank you very much!

      Regards

    • hautzir

      Hi Javier,

      It is doable to use / upload scan files from WinRadio with Wireless Workbench 6.

      Best, Ron

    • bsaudio

      You can save a spectrum scan from WinRadio and then import that .35s scan file into WWB6.

    • javiertc

      Hi, thanks Hautzir and Bsaudio, I know this option, but I wanna use my hardware with WWB6 without Win Radio Software, like when you use a Rx shure module to make the scan or like WWB5

      Best regards!!!

    • hautzir

      Hi Javier,

      Unfortunately controling the WinRadio device wia WWB6 is not doable.

      Thnaks.

      Ron

    • javiertc
      Ok, now it's not doable, but in a near future??? Anybody knows??

      Thanks!
    • hautzir

      Hi Javier,

      We know of the requirement but there is no timeline that can be shared.

      Thanks.

      Ron

     

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