This update adds an initial capability to switch between 2 bands: QO-100 and Direct. For each band, you can set up different local oscillator offsets. No other paramaters are stored with the bands yet - this is being worked on. The default offset for the QO-100 band is 9750000 kHz (low side LO). The default offset for the Direct band is 0. You can amend these values from the "Band" menu in the ssh console menu. You can then set the actual receive frequency (for example 10491500 kHz) using the remote control. So, if you want to set a different LNB local oscillator frequency, you need to do it from the ssh console menu.
You can set up the start-up (default) band, receive frequency, receive SR, polarity and LNB socket from the ssh console menu.
Phil has modified the LongMynd receive software used in Ryde so that it scans for a signal for a limited time and then (if it does not receive a valid transport stream) resets the scan instead of wandering many MHz off-frequency and off-SR. This time is set to a default of 5 seconds. If you want to extend this time (perhaps to acquire terrestrial signals in QSB), then you can set this from the advanced setting menu on the ssh console menu. Changes made to this parameter will be retained for the next time you turn the receiver on.
- You cannot add bands or rename the bands using the remote control or the console menu.
- When switching bands, you will need to amend the frequency (and SR) using the remote control.
Please report any bugs here.