This is the release of v188.8.131.52-HL2 Beta 6 of Thetis for HL2.
- Added ability to name static IP in title bar via multi-line Custom Title Box
- Added ability to use DNS naming rather than dot IP addresses
- Added ability to reduce BW on static IP addresses by reducing number of receiver to 2
- Added pop-up on static IP addresses to show custom title
- Updated I/O Board code to support new protocol for external antenna switching
can now connect to one or more HL2s over a WAN connect. This has been
tested with direct port access but should work over a VPN. WARNING,
direct port access could open your network to hacking.
selecting Static IP, there is a second option which needs to be
unchecked to take the local subnet limitation off. This will widen the
seach for a HL2. You can also set the port so that more than one HL2 can
be accessed. Please read up on NAT and port forwarding. There is a
check box below the IP address to allow the currently connected device's
IP and port number to be displayed on the title bar.
You can now provide either a dot IP or a DNS style address.
You can now name the static IP which will be displayed in the title bar. This is achieved via the Custom Title Box which is now multi lined. The first line is always displayed and the next 4 lines are displayed dependant on the static IP address selected. If you need a blank line, just place a carriage return on that line.
rate should be set at 48K. I have been able to have RX1 and RX2 running
at the same time on different bands. You can also use MultiRX to get
another receive on VFO A.
The check box beside the static IP address allows for lower bandwidth by only enabling 2 receivers.
Very limited test
transmission have been make but don't expect PS. You should set your
hardware TX Latency to 70 msec and hardware PTT to 30 msec. Both
settings are in the F/W Set form under Hermes Lite Options.
would like to thank Pez for openning up his network and allowing me
access to his network of two HL2 and help test. It's pretty cool to sit
and listen to two different band in Oz sitting in Northern Ireland. You
can't get much further for testing the system.
isn't a proper install but a zip of an install and can be placed in an
different directory (I use C:\OpenHPSDR) so should allow the original
release to still be used. Then just run Thetis.exe within your new
If you haven't already done so, you first need to
install the latest release of Thetis (x86 or x64 version) as it sets up
things like skins and support for the new meter functionality. The link is
read the release instructions associated with the above release as
there has been updates to resources which will affect some controls.
This release may require a reset of the database.
warranty or guarantee, use at your own risk. It should use it's own
database but do a backup of your current Thetis one just in case.