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Frequencies csv export for Trigs


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Hello what's the best way of exporting en-route frequencies in a format that is good for Trigs?
Although there's a list of frequencies in the PLOG, the format is over 3 columns and to copy/paste this info into excel gives a messy output!
Thanks in advance. 

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mwoltman - 3/14/2019 1:12:42 PM
Hello what's the best way of exporting en-route frequencies in a format that is good for Trigs?
Although there's a list of frequencies in the PLOG, the format is over 3 columns and to copy/paste this info into excel gives a messy output!
Thanks in advance. 

Using a text editor and inputting the few frequencies should not be that big of a problem, or - transfer via USB stick won't be quicker ;-) ?

Instead I would rather like to see an output via SL40/GTR225 protocol, IP - BT - or serial, to feed the frequencies direct to the radio.

Edited 3/14/2019 2:50:15 PM by MarkusM
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MarkusM - 3/14/2019 1:24:32 PM
mwoltman - 3/14/2019 1:12:42 PM
Hello what's the best way of exporting en-route frequencies in a format that is good for Trigs?
Although there's a list of frequencies in the PLOG, the format is over 3 columns and to copy/paste this info into excel gives a messy output!
Thanks in advance. 

Using a text editor and inputting the few frequencies should not be that big of a problem, or - transfer via USB stick won't be quicker ;-) ?

Instead I would rather like to see an output via SL40/GTR225 protocol, IP - BT - or serial, to feed the frequencies direct to the radio.

I agree: having the frequencied dynamically loaded on the radio is (of course) the smartest solution. Doing so you do not have to search among thousands of frequencies in memory, but just the few ones which are useful on that moment in that zone, and does not require a recurrent manual update of the frequencies stored in the radio with CSV files and so on (which is quite unpractical too) 

SL40 protocol implementation has already been requested in this topic: http://forums.skydemon.aero/Topic25532.aspx by the way.



Massimo Belloni

Edited 3/14/2019 3:46:37 PM by Massimo Belloni
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