This functionality was built in to Inspector 2020.1, and this change is no longer necessary.

Many people have trouble using the Transceiver with the packaged Virtual Machine. The VM uses a lot of memory, and the GNURadio program is not always stable.

As an experimental solution, there is a library that ports all functionality to Inspector. Please note that, as with all the solutions in the Experimental section, this is not guaranteed to work, and may require some debugging. That being said, this solution requires a fraction of the memory that the VM does, and has shown to be preferable to the VM in most cases.

For comments and help, please create a ticket. However, understand that the support on this is limited, and response time may be longer than usual.

Installation instructions

1) Download the attachment, and extract it to any location

2) Copy the resulting 'lib' folder to your Inspector system directory. This will merge it with the existing lib directory.

3) Install the Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 if not already installed. This package is required for the DLL to be used.

Usage instructions

1) Start Inspector

2) On the toolbar, all the way on the right, you should now see a new menu entry called 'Transceiver'. This menu has one entry, called 'Transceiver configuration...'. Select this item.

3) A new window will show, and the system will start looking for a connected device. If the device is connected correctly (see QSG for more information on how to connect the device), it should appear in the dropdown menu.

4) Click 'connect' to run the device

5) Change the device parameters to your wishes

Additional notes on usage:

- You can leave the configuration window open and still use all of Inspector's other functions as normal

- Closing the window -or even closing Inspector- will disconnect from the device, but will leave the parameters intact

- Reconnecting to the device will reset the parameters to default