Also available a compact layout that fits nicely in EESDR interface
TCI – Transceiver Control Interface is the network interface for control, data transfer and synchronization between Expert SDR rigs and devices. Using TCI you can have seamless connection with third-party software like SDC (with its own Skimmer), LogHX, SWISSLOG, RUMlog. If your logging program doesn't still support TCI, or you just want to add CW Macro to EESDR, you can use the TCI-Macro.
Warning: TCI Macro is implemented in Microsoft .Net enviroment so you can't use it in Linux or Mac OSx operating systems. It is implemented with the keyboard global hooking system, so you may have some troubles with paranoic antiviruses. In this case you can just add exception and run safely the program.
First you have to install TCI Macro. Installation is quite simple, just hit "Next" and go-on.
At the first exec you have to configure the TCI endpoint (<Host or IP>:<Port number>). See the picures below.
Usually it is 127.0.0.1:40001 or localhost:40001. Host or IP is the address of the PC on which EESDR is running, while Port Number is the port you have configured in EESDR (Options->TCI panel).
In the same panel you can configure each Macro Text and Button Label. The last one is only a mnemonic text.
If you like you can configure a new Feature in EESDR like in the picture below. This make TCI-Macro to start with EESDR.
First of all you need to configure a Virtual Audio Cable. (Line 1 in the picture below)
Then you have to configure it in the Options -> VAC panel of EESDR
In TCI-Macro just select the VAC cable. It is in the available audio device list. You can also set the AF Gain (Volume) and a PTT delay in ms (milliseconds between PTT-ON and VOICE-ON).
In the same panel you can configure a Button Label and a .avi file.
Once the program is configured you have the following options:
You can set the Macro speed using the dedicated spin buttons.
Note: TCI-Macro sends a CW macro when the mode is CW and a voice macro in all other modes. Using the TCi protocol it can do automatic mode switch and can drive the PTT line without additional hw/sw components.
Write me a email if you find something wrong.