[time-nuts] New Heather code
holrum at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 10 16:25:48 UTC 2010
Hello Raj,You should leave the tbolt coordinates set to the WGS84 coordinates that the receiver determines and not what a surveyor might come up with (which will probably be in some coordinate system offset from WGS84).Also the latest version of the Lady Heather beta program just uploaded to John's site (http://www.ke5fx.com/heather/beta.exe) has a new feature that might come in handy in India. You can display the date in one of several calendar systems (including the Indian civil calendar, hebrew, islamic, persian, mayan, aztec, druid, etc)
Another useful feature is an antenna signal level survey map. To use it, set the antenna elevation mask to 0 degrees (from the F)ilter menu and select one of the survey maps from the S)urvey menu. It needs 24 hours of data to get a good map. You can zoom the maps (or the clock displays) to full screen with the Z command. Any key returns the screen to normal mode. To dump a full screen display to a file use the '\' command that writes tbolt.gif without prompting for a file name.
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