A few weeks ago SWList 1.4 was released.
The big news is hamlib support.
Hamlib is an open source library that allows you to drive your receivers via serial port and LAN.
SWList 1.4 is enabled to get the frequency tuned to your radio receiver.
You can choose to get the frequency automatically (every 2 seconds) or manually. It’s up to you.
Conversely, you can tune the receiver simply by touching the SWList to the desired frequency.

I look forward to some of your feedback.
I need to know how your experience was and if there are any problems.
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