SDR Main Screen Keyboard Commands
Alt-1 to Alt-8
Settings for input channels 1 to 8.
F1 through F4 (channels 1 - 4) or Alt-F1 through Alt-F4 (channels 5 - 8) can also be used to access the
channel settings menu pages.
Clears the screen and resets the history display buffer.
Single channel display mode. Also displays the current alarm point as a dashed line.
Press the ESC key to quit this mode.
Same as F-7 key.
Clears the Auto Save count number at the top left of the screen. Also used to clear the
Min/Max data points when your are in the single channel display mode.
Toggles the debug mode. Used to debug the system (Level 1 and 2), WWV time
correction (Level 1) or STA/LTA triggering information (Level 1 and 2) .
Forces a Auto Save of all enabled channels.
Forces SDR to test and possibly set the time using the GPS receiver. See
GPS Time Correction Option for more information.
Displays a Help screen.
Forces SDR to test and possibly set the time using the comm port. See
Using the Serial Port for Time Correction for more information.
Replay Screen. Used to manually save an event file.
Used to stop or reset an Auto Save from occurring.
Displays channel STA/LTA
information when in the single channel mode display (1 - 8 keys).
Same as F-6
X, Q or Ctrl-Q Keys:
Starts a DOS shell with SDR still running. You have about 4 minutes (~2 minutes at 100 SPS)
before you start losing data. Type EXIT at the Dos prompt to return to SDR.
Note: When the system is in the alarm state (beeping) pressing any key (except the ESC key)
will turn off the alarm until the system gets another event.
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