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Subject: Re: New WinQuake and WinPlotGPS releases
From: "Larry Cochrane" cochrane@..............
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 02:11:16 -0800

Hi Karl,

I tried this a few years ago. The DOS TCP/IP stack (Wattcp) disabled
interrupts for too long of a time. This caused SDR to loose time every time
a packet was sent.

Yesterday I was able to get one WinSDR system to send data to another WinSDR
system using TCP/IP. It still needs a lot of work, so it will be a week or
so before I have a new release ready for beta testing.

Larry Cochrane
Redwood City, PSN

----- Original Message -----
From: "Karl Cunningham" 
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 8:31 PM
Subject: Re: New WinQuake and WinPlotGPS releases

> Larry --
> Is there a possibility of getting SDRservr to interface with WinSDR over
> TCP/IP rather than the serial link?  I know SDRservr runs in DOS, which is
> not very TCP/IP friendly.  Just thought I'd ask.
> Karl Cunningham
> --On Monday, March 03, 2003 20:29 -0800 Larry Cochrane
>  wrote:
> > WinPlotGPS;
> > The program can now act as a TCP/IP GPS data server or client. I added
> > this feature because I thought it would be "cool" to do it. I'm not sure
> > how practical this new feature is, but with it you can send the data
> > the GPS receiver over the Internet (or local LAN) to another copy of
> > WinPlotGPS. See the WinPlotGPS documentation for more information. I
> > to do the same type of thing to my WinSDR datalogger. This way WinSDR
> > users can remotely monitor their system using a TCP/IP connection.
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