Patch PlutoDVB [UII2.2]

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  1. The up-dates look very good and should make operation simpler for many to operate.

    I have one question, relating to using the BATC spectrum on the control webpage, how can one disable this feature even when on-line? One may think that it is a good thing, but, when I use Rob’s QO-100 Quicktune to send messages to Minitiouner or Longmynd this means I have to have two instances of network connections to the BATC wb server so using more bandwidth then really necessary. So the option to disable this feature for selecting the transmit side could be useful. There is still the drop down box to select transmit frequencies or the custom option.

    It would also be beneficial if transmitting on other bands such as 23cms and 70cms DATV to switch it off.

    Hope I have not missed such as tick box.

    Adrian

    1. Thank you for your words of encouraging.
      You didn’t miss anything. There is no spectrum disabling feature in this 2308 Alpha version yet, but I’m taking your proposal for a next evolution.
      We are studying the possibility to directly drive the minitiouner from the spectrum of the BATC. That will surely interest you. I take this opportunity to thank again AMSAT-UK and BATC for the digitization and streaming of the wideband transponder profile. It is thanks to their station, its investment and its maintenance that we can collaborate on new very interesting projects.

      Thanks Adrian for the ideas

  2. Driving multiple receivers such as Minitiouner or Longmynd could be a good idea, I drive two separate receivers on my own system. But again thinking along the same lines of it could need to be disabled when not operating on QO-100.

    All I can do is thank all the developers of the Pluto system for DATV.

    Adrian

  3. why not get spectrum from pluto rx port instead of using internet traffic??
    connect pluto rx and minituoner together to same dish and you can use both together … so why not also use pluto rx port to get spectrum?? (no internet needed then)

    1. I works by many other users of firm 2908 alpha. What version are you using ? Have you catch some error in the console of your browser (F12 key) ?

  4. hmm … why not just use the pluto rx port to get the spectrum?!? no need to have internet then … and its not needed to send the complete receive transponder bw over the pluto usb bus … only do a “rough” scan is enough
    THAT would be much better in my view … get spectrum vom pluto rx and set minituoner that way .. not get the spectrum from batc but receive on your own

  5. To have the last patch working it is necessary to add a right default gateway in the pluto, since the socket connection toward the minitioune is made by the Pluto with PHP.
    For example with SSH : route add default gw 192.168.1.1
    Where gw is the adress of your gateway

  6. As F6CHK-Roland said, the route command used above for the Pluto to allow minitioune access only works if the Pluto is on the same subnet than the lan gateway (like 192.168.1.xxx), this is usually the case if the Pluto is connected directly to the lan via Ethernet. If the Pluto is connected via USB, it is on another subnet, usually something like 192.168.2.xxx, so it cannot access directly to the gateway and reach the minitioune or internet traffic. I think one should enable some bridging/routing rules in the host PC (windows or Linux) for this. Still some work to do for understanding precisely all that stuff 😊 a linux network specialist should be welcome here !

  7. hmmm i think MUCH better would be no internet traffic at all!! USE PLUTO to get the spectrum … NOT internet!! … pluto scans the band and sends spectrum to the app and you then tune your minituoner that way … i still hope THAT EVARISTE ADDS IT THAT WAY!

    1. why do you need to SHOUT ? The next time, I will stop approving your comments.
      If you do not want to use the internet ressource, you can put the spectrum off.
      And if you were a bit curious you would have noticed that the project is already in progress for receiving the spectrum with the pluto. Have a look to http://pluto/rx/wb.html

  8. Sorry that was not meant as shouting, I did not want to step on your toes 🙂
    So lease forgive me that fault … its not meant as shouting but highlighting
    I was not aware that the project already is going in that direction (a sidenote: the link you sent did not work) but thank you for the info
    73

    1. Replace pluto by the ip address of your plutoSDR.
      the idea is most likely to exploit the developments of DJ0ABR. For the moment it is only a test… I don’t know if it will succeed to be integrated in the pluto (with everything else!).

  9. Dear F5Uii:
    I am Jabi, ea2aru. Firs, congratulaions for your excelent work. But…. I have one problem: Is impossible upload patch.zip how you explain ( I have lost the alimenation part in USB port for upload patch … but is possible upload in *frm mode. Is possible, please, send me the last version (Patch UII2.1c) on *.frm mode?
    73,s de Jabi, ea2aru
    petorrin@euskalnet.net

    1. Jabi,
      For moment, my patches (after version UII1) are not included in any compiled firmware for the Pluto (frm file that you are hope finding). For running this 2.1 or 2.2 patch, you must first off all install the 2908 alpha firmware (download link on your pluto) and then, from the Controller page, section ‘Upload a new firmware or new patch’, upload the patch.zip file.
      That’s all.

      73 Chris

  10. Dear sir:
    I am Jabi, ea2aru, and I have one trouble wih my Pluto: not is possible upload patch.zip but is possible upload *.frm to it. If possible, please, convert me the patch.zip to *.frm for upload it with last version(UII2.2) on my Pluto?
    73,s de Jabi, ea2aru.

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