FLDIGI Users Manual 4.0
The following macro tags will be parsed and qued for action after fldigi returns to the receive mode, i.e. after the <RX> tag (^r) is executed.
|<@MODEM: , ... >||Change to specified modem with parameters|
|<@RIGCAT:hex hex:retnbr>||RigCAT user commands|
|<@RIGCAT:"string":retnbr>||hex hex ... are sequential hexadecimal values |
string is Ascii char sequence retnbr
is number of bytes in xcvr response ':retnbr'
is optional; retnbr set to 0 if missing
|<@GOHOME>||return waterfall cursor to sweet spot|
|<@GOFREQ:NNNN>||move waterfall cursor to freq NNNN Hz|
|<@RIGMODE:mode>||send CAT command to transceiver to change to a valid mode|
|<@FILWID:width>||send CAT command to transceiver to change to a valid filter |
width example to QSY to sweetspot (center of bandpass filter) and select
|<@TXRSID:on|off|t>||transmit RSID on, off, toggle|
<@PUSH:m|f> | Push (save) current mode(m), freq(f) for later retrieval <@PUSH> | Push both mode and freq for later retrieval <@POP> | Pop (restore) pushed mode and/or freq
Note that each of these tags is identical to their immediate mode counterparts. The exception is the addition of the @ symbol following the leading '<'. The use of these tags is best explained by example.
<TXRSID:off> <MODEM:NULL> <TX> <!GOFREQ:2200> <VIDEO:K7KY> <@GOFREQ:1200> <@MODEM:MFSK32> <@TXRSID:on> <RX>\n