Palm OS Controller for the RX-320 Receiver - Screen Shots

by Michael A. Newell, WB4HUC

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This is the main screen:

Primary Screen


Tapping the General Settings button displays the General Settings screen:

General Settings Screen

This screen is where you adjust settings that affect overall operation of the radio or software.


Tapping the Contro Panel button from the main screen will display the control Panel screen:

Control Panel Screen

This is the screen used to control the radio. Frequency, Volume, filters, tuning step, mode, and AGC setting are set using this screen. You can also use the PDA hardware buttons to adjust frequency or volume up or down.


You have the ability to set any filter to any of the filter buttons. To change any of the filter buttons, just tap the button labelled "filter". You'll see this screen:

Filter Setting Screen


You can do the same with Tuning Steps. To set a tuning step button to a particular value, tap the button labelled "t step" from the control panel screen:

Tuning Step Screen


The software provides for up to 100 memories for storing frequency and related data. To access the Memory Store screen tap the MS button from the Control Panel:

Memory Store Screen

The screen will be filled in with the frequency, filter, mode, and AGC settings from the control panel. You can add a description or other note to the memory data. To store this data in a memory, tap the button labelled "Store".


To recall a memory that has already been stored, tap the button labelled "mr" on the Control Panel:

Memory Recall Screen

In the scrolling window, tap the frequency you want, then tap either the "Select" button to tune the radio to the selected frequency, the "Delete" button to delete the selected frequency from memory, or the "Edit" button to edit the description.

Tap the "Refresh" button to re-read the memories and display any new ones that may have been added since the current Memory Recall screen was built. Tap the "Return" button to return to the Control Panel.


These are not all of the screens in the software, but the ones shown here will give you an idea of the capabilities of the software.


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