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  • bsaudio
    Choosing Frequencies
    Topic posted December 6, 2011 by bsaudioCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All Feature Request Topics public
    Title:
    Choosing Frequencies
    Description:
    I realize that the final goal of WWB6 is to let the software be hooked up to all the hardware and let it manage everything, but, I would like the ability to choose my frequency sets (like you can in IAS) versus just seeing the final result. Sometimes the primary and backup frequencies don't always work, and then you have to re-coordinate, and hope it chooses new channels. It would be nice to have the option of seeing a list of available frequencies, and then be able to choose from there if the user wants to go that route.
  • JDublinske
    Loading A Show File2
    Topic posted November 26, 2011 by JDublinskeNovice in Wireless Workbench > All Questions & Answers Topics public
    Title:
    Loading A Show File
    Description:
    hey all,

    So we are having an issue when it comes to saving and loading show files......we can save and yes the frequency information stay BUT when in Monitor View the order we have set up is not correct and requires to be re done EVERY time we load the show. Am i doing something wrong in the load of the saved show file or is this a known issue that will be addressed??


    thanks

    Jeff
  • jmack
    Include Showlink data with RF History plot1
    Topic posted November 30, 2011 by jmackBeginner in Wireless Workbench > All Feature Request Topics public
    Title:
    Include Showlink data with RF History plot
    Description:
    Hi Guys
    I'd like to propose for consideration integrating showlink signal level plots with the RF history plot function in WWB6. Currently Showlink signal test can only be done from hardware, which seems inconsistent to me.

    Ideally what I would like to see, assuming showlink data is available to WWB6 is the same form of plot for showlink displayed with UHF signal strength for the RF history plot function. In other words three plots per microphone TX; UHF antenna A, UHF antenna B, and Showlink link quality.

    Obviously the showlink data could not be displayed using the same units as the UHF signal level (dBm). An arbitrary 0- 100% scale should be sufficient.

    This way the user can investigate and record all relevant data during a walk around test in one function.

    Cheers
    Jeff
  • Jens
    Sorting Inventory List3
    Topic posted November 25, 2011 by JensBeginner in Wireless Workbench > All Feature Request Topics public
    Title:
    Sorting Inventory List
    Description:
    On WWB5 it was easy to sort the inventory by Device ID. The UR Device IDs are integer numbers. I always recommended to have the hardware in the racks in the same order as in WWB5 by using "sort by Device ID".
    This is a big help if one tries to find a piece of hardware...

    WWB6 allows numbers and text for Axient devices, but the sorting is different from the WWB5 sorting. Using the numbers 1-10 (10 Receivers), results in the following order:

    10, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8, 9

    should be: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

    I put this here since I don't know if it is a bug or a feature :-)

    Jens.
  • jmack
    TV station search defaults2
    Topic last edited November 23, 2011 by jmackBeginner in Wireless Workbench > All Feature Request Topics public
    Title:
    TV station search defaults
    Description:
    Hi Guys
    On behalf of the metric population of the world I wish to request a change to the TV channels search window such that the search radius does not always default to miles. We can set the default country in coordination preferences now, which is awesome. Big improvement on WWB5. However it is a minor annoyance to always have to change the search radium units from miles to kilometres.

    Ideally I would like to see default units and default radius available under coordination preferences as I find the current default of 50 miles / 80 km too large for most applications.

    BTW; according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, around 95% of the world use the metric system http://ts.nist.gov/W...ric/lc1136q.cfm

    So maybe we should put it to a vote. ;)

    Cheers

    Jeff MacKenzie
    Jands AU
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