Adding your WebSDR server to Pocket RxTx

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Adding your WebSDR server to Pocket RxTx

Post by yo3ggx » Wed Sep 18, 2019 11:48 am

Hi,

NOTE: This procedure require Pocket RxTx v3.0 and up. Please ask your user to update Pocket RxTx (if still at v2.x or below), in order to be able to connect to your server.
This is the procedure to add a new WebSDR server in Pocket RxTx:
- prepare an sdr.xml file using the one below as a template (this is the one used on my WebSDR server in KN34bk).
- put the file in the root of the websdr server (pub2 directory).
- prepare 2 jpg images: one of 480x320 to represent your station and a logo in 128x128 pixels format.
- in the xml file you will enter the url for the two images and for a web page to describe your setup.

<centerfreq> (in KHz) and <samplerate> (in Hz) tags are the same as in websdr.cfg file

When everything is ready, send me a mail and I will add your server in the master xml file.

Please take care to validate the xml file to be sure that is free of errors.
You can use an online tool for that, for example:
http://www.xmlvalidation.com/

For any question, please post a message in this thread.

73 Dan YO3GGX

sdr.xml example:

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<sdr>
	<station>
		<!-- General station info -->
		<callsign>YO3GGX</callsign>
		<locator>KN34bk</locator>
		<!-- WebSDR server version -->
		<version>11</version>
		<!-- a link to a page where you can find more info about that WebSDR server -->
		<about>https://www.yo3ggx.ro/</about>
		<!-- a jpg representing server, 480x320 pixels -->
		<picture>http://www.yo3ggx.ro/pocketrxtx/websdr_buc.jpg</picture>
		<!-- a jpg representing station logo, 128x128 pixels -->
		<logo>http://www.yo3ggx.ro/pocketrxtx/logo1.jpg</logo>
		<message>Update the application to version 0.7.1-7 if no sound.</message>
		<memory>
			<freq>3705000</freq>
			<mode>lsb</mode>
			<label>Apel80</label>
			<info>Apel banda 80m</info>
			<lo>-2000</lo>
			<hi>-200</hi>
		</memory>
                <memory>
                        <freq>7130000</freq>
                        <mode>lsb</mode>
                        <label>Apel40</label>
                        <info>Apel banda 40m</info>
                        <lo>-2000</lo>
                        <hi>-200</hi>
                </memory>
                <memory>
                        <freq>3710000</freq>
                        <mode>lsb</mode>
                        <label>Park80</label>
                        <info>Taclale in banda de 80m</info>
                        <lo>-2000</lo>
                        <hi>-200</hi>
                </memory>
                <memory>
                        <freq>7030000</freq>
                        <mode>usb</mode>
                        <label>PSK40m</label>
                        <info>SK31 - Europe PSK frequency</info>
                        <lo>300</lo>
                        <hi>2700</hi>
                </memory>
                <memory>
                        <freq>7035000</freq>
                        <mode>usb</mode>
                        <label>MT40m</label>
                        <info>PSK31, Europe MT63</info>
                        <lo>300</lo>
                        <hi>2700</hi>
                </memory>
	</station>
	<band>
		<nr>0</nr>
		<name>80m</name>
		<centerfreq>3685.87</centerfreq>
		<samplerate>192000</samplerate>
	</band>
	<band>
		<nr>1</nr>
		<name>40m</name>
		<centerfreq>7093.65</centerfreq>
		<samplerate>192000</samplerate>
	</band>
	<band>
		<nr>2</nr>
		<name>30m</name>
		<centerfreq>7093.65</centerfreq>
		<samplerate>96000</samplerate>
	</band>
	<band>
		<nr>3</nr>
		<name>20m</name>
		<centerfreq>14146.24</centerfreq>
		<samplerate>192000</samplerate>
	</band>
        <band>
		<nomore></nomore>
	</band>
</sdr>

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