[time-nuts] Trimble DSPMon Software

Had had at to-way.com
Fri Oct 9 22:18:23 UTC 2009


I don't have that feature. Maybe a difference between the two 
versions. How about emailing that one over to me. 1.46 found the 
Res-T with out any help from me as soon as I told it what Com port it 
was hooked up to, 8 in this case.


At 02:52 PM 10/9/2009, you wrote:
>In a message dated 09/10/2009 21:47:33 GMT Daylight Time, had at to-way.com
>I'm  running Ver. 1.46 on a Resolution-T and it works very well. I do
>not have  any Mini-Ts so not really any help.
>Hi Had
>Many thanks for your reply.
>I was going to ask if it auto detected your Resolution-T or if you needed
>to configure the software in some way, but it's working for me too now:-)
>I'm not sure what's going on as it resolutely refused to start before,
>even after I'd edited its INI file where it seemed to be storing incorrect
>comms configuration info, but I tried again just now and although it 
>refused to
>  start at first it went straight in once I'd edited the INI file  again.
>Interestingly, just before that I'd noticed that Tboltmon is now seeing the
>  SV information so something does seem to have changed.
>One "feature" of DSPMon that doesn't seem to do anything, for me  anyway,
>is the RF Spectrum Analyser view, does that display anything for  you or do
>you know what it's supposed to display?
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