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Author Topic: What do Freespeak Antenna log files tell me.....no really, I am asking.  (Read 1572 times)

Pete Erskine

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The antenna log shows

Time,                           Category,                                     Port,BeltpackID,Detail
28/07/16 15:18:58.518,RFP (Antenna) BMC Live Trace Log,68,  3168,Ant Switch=5 PMID=3168 RSSI=51  ACRC=16 XCRC=16 Q1=0 Q2=16
28/07/16 15:18:58.518,RFP (Antenna) BMC Live Trace Log,68,  3363,Ant Switch=4 PMID=3363 RSSI=51  ACRC=16 XCRC=16 Q1=0 Q2=16

In the Detail section PMID is beltpack, RSSI is signal strength to BP but what are

Ant Switch
ACRC
XCRC
Q1
Q2
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The antenna log shows

Time,                           Category,                                     Port,BeltpackID,Detail
28/07/16 15:18:58.518,RFP (Antenna) BMC Live Trace Log,68,  3168,Ant Switch=5 PMID=3168 RSSI=51  ACRC=16 XCRC=16 Q1=0 Q2=16
28/07/16 15:18:58.518,RFP (Antenna) BMC Live Trace Log,68,  3363,Ant Switch=4 PMID=3363 RSSI=51  ACRC=16 XCRC=16 Q1=0 Q2=16

In the Detail section PMID is beltpack, RSSI is signal strength to BP but what are

Ant Switch
ACRC
XCRC
Q1
Q2


....AAAAND, i answered my own question!  If you hover over the log file it says this.  Strangely it goes away before you can read the whole thing.

FSII double sends each data frame A & B
I will research more about what this all means.

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Re: What do Freespeak Antenna log files tell me.....no really, I am asking.
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2016, 02:34:46 am »


....AAAAND, i answered my own question!  If you hover over the log file it says this.  Strangely it goes away before you can read the whole thing.

FSII double sends each data frame A & B
I will research more about what this all means.

Good find!

Is it all behaving its self?
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« Reply #3 on: August 03, 2016, 12:47:54 pm »

Good find!

Is it all behaving its self?

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Re: What do Freespeak Antenna log files tell me.....no really, I am asking.
« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2016, 02:20:00 pm »

Good find!

Is it all behaving its self?

It is now.  After we turned off all of the antenna cable length settings.  According to CC they cause problems esp if too much.  Normally they are rarely needed.  Only if you find a sticky antenna which will not let go of a pack.
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Re: What do Freespeak Antenna log files tell me.....no really, I am asking.
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