|•||Support for popular radio models (DRC, ICOM, Kenwood, Yaesu.)|
|•||Interface to radio to get mode and frequency for new QSOs.|
|•||Support for a transverter|
|•||Panorama display; shows S meter readings for a range of frequencies around a center frequency.|
|•||The Scanner function lets you monitor up to 16 frequencies; and includes support for QSX frequency. Channels can be enabled or disabled individually. The frequencies for the scanner are read directly from the radio or can be entered from the DX spotting window.|
|•||Small frequency / mode and split control window|
|•||Users can add new radio models to the program by specifying the radio command set.|
When you have a radio connected to your computer, DX4WIN will enter the current band and mode when adding QSOs in real-time.
When you sort the DX Spots by frequency, the current spot will be based on the frequency obtained from the radio. When you turn the frequency knob on the radio, the current spot will follow the radio. When are you adding QSOs in real-time, the QSO window will also follow the current spot, and the various summary windows will be updated automatically. There are some more radio functions, illustrated below.
A small window that lets you select current frequency and mode. The Up and Down arrows in the frequency field will change the current frequency by a small amount.
If your radio computer interface supports reading of the S-meter, you can get a Panorama display around a selected frequency.
Keep an eye on some important frequencies using the scanner. You can also enter a frequency directly from the DX spotting window using the current spot.
Selecting general radio parameters, values for the various modes etc.
The 'Clear Clarifier' command for a Yaesu FT-1000 radio, and the field description of how to obtain the value of the clarifier.
When testing a radio definition, you can get a trace of the data exchange between DX4WIN and the radio.
On the left a partial display when executing the read frequency command. The content of the window can be copied to the windows clipboard.