||This program will keep track of scores for two players during the course of an
It will also keep a table of wins and losses for up to four
players. I have coded in a manual table update, so that score tracking can be accomplished
for games other than X01.
Just in case anyone is confused about X01, it means 301/501/701 etc...
||Frequency Master. This program is an Alpha release for a frequency
When it is finished, you will be able to
type in a frequency i.e. 3400MHz, and it will tell you that 3400MHz is a satellite
frequency in C-Band used as a down link frequency for commercial satellites. If the
frequency you input is used in a certain band as a channel, it will tell you that too i.e.
you input 76MHz, the program will tell you that 76-82MHz is used for channel 5 in the VHF
low band on television, and the VHF low band extends from 54-88MHz.
You will also be able to input a band and get the frequency ranges for that band
i.e. you input Ku band, and you get back that Ku Band covers 10.95 to 14.5 GHz, which
falls into the Super High Frequency (SHF) Band, which covers 3 - 30GHz. Right now, the
program only supports frequency input which the program converts to satellite bands
||This program will calculate the total system noise (TSYS) in degrees Celsius
and the noise figure (NF) in dB.
To use HalfSASH, you must be testing
using an ambient load, a cold load, a noise meter, and of course your RX path.
Right now the program assumes your cold load cal factor is 81.57, but this can
easily be changed by you.
Why is this called HalfSASH? Well, it's a limited version of the same program I
wrote in C called Satellite Antenna Systems History (SASH) for the PC.