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Re: [Tlf-devel] Bandmap.

From: Fred Siegmund
Subject: Re: [Tlf-devel] Bandmap.
Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2015 22:23:36 +0200

Have a look here:

Some proposals for the bandmap...

73 Fred

Am 11.08.2015 8:05 nachm. schrieb Ervin Hegedüs <address@hidden>:
> Hi Pierre,
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 10:06:10AM -0400, Pierre Fogal wrote:
> > If you are looking to gauge interest, then a band-map that displays worked
> > calls around your frequency as does N1MM logger would be a great feature, a
> > boon to S&P operation.
> sometimes I use N1MM (only from my club). Basicly, I don't like
> this feature in both direction. If we will touch this part of
> code of Tlf, may be it could be good to disjoin the directions:
> - op could configure, if he types a callsign (and do something
>   which triggers the add function, eg. tune the VFO up/down
>   minimum 1kHz), then callsign will be added
> - op could configure, if Tlf uses rigctl, and it gets the freq
>   which exists in bandmap, then the callsign (which is on that
>   freq) will be added back to callsign field
> More features, if we will touch the code:
> - bandmap columns scrolling: now there are 3 columns for bandmap,
>   but on most contest, these are very few for the number of
>   competitors. It could be good, than Tlf follows the freq of
>   TRX, and detects that the freq leaves the freq of last station
>   in first column, then shifts columns to left
> - mark the nearest stations on bandmap with different background
>   (or something else), or if there isn't any station between N
>   kHz, then mark the previous and next nearest (with other sign)
> Other ideas are welcome.
> > I was thinking of trying to write something like
> > that as an add-on Python program.
> How do you think about it? What do you think about the "add-on"
> program?
> (Otherwise, I'm a big Python fan :))
> > I saw a stat that suggested that less than 20% of operators in a contest
> > ever call CQ.  I call, but not as much as I do S&P given the "little
> > pistol" nature of my station(s).   So, I would guess that any assistance on
> > the S&P side would help many users. :-)
> yes, bandmap is a big help. I've used that on WAE, and Tlf showed
> the number of QTC's, what a station gave me - that was a _very_
> big help. Idea came from DJ1YFK (thanks Fabian :)).
> 73, Ervin
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