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Contents of testtags.php

R2FX settings 10.4.2016

CH1:137.100MHz --> NOAA19 --> C1710
CH2:137.400MHz -------------> C2740
CH3:137.500MHz -------------> C3750
CH4:137.620MHz --> NOAA15 --> C4762
CH5:137.910MHz --> NOAA18 --> C5791
CH6:134.000MHz -------------> C6410
Current CH 1
Scan thr 066
Audio lvl 002
Diversity off

Baudrate is 1200 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no flow control.

The syntax for controlling the frequency is easy. You have to type in the sequence Cxyyy. Here C means the capital C on the keyboard (ASCII code 43h). x is the channel number and runs from 0 to 6. The numbers 1 to 6 corresponds to the memory channels 1 to 6. Entering a frequency on channel 0 causes the receiver to jump to that frequency immediately without saving it to any memory location.

yyy is the 3-digit frequency value starting with the 1MHz digit and having 10kHz resolution. I.e. 750 means 137.500MHz or 782 is the code for 137.820 MHz. 999 is the highest value and sets the receiver to 139,990MHz. However it is not guaranteed that the PLL still locks on that channel. The lower limit is 400 which means 134.000 MHz.

Entering a M will respond with the frequency allocation table.

With R the receiver returns the current RSSI value. This value is a measure for the received signal strength. It runs from 0 with no signal to an upper limit of approximately 100. The absolute value does not mean much however the slope is well defined and is related accurately to the logarithm of the input voltage.

The entry of Txx determines the threshold value where the scanner stops. xx is an integer number between 00 and 99 and corresponds to the value you get with the R command. Reasonable values lay between 10 and 50. The initial value is 16. This function is useful if you operate the receiver in environments where RF noise exists which otherwise would render the scanner to stop.


If you want the receiver to restore all initial settings you must switch on the device and during the first two seconds while all lamps are on press the SELECT-key. Keep the key pressed until the red lamps extinguish. During reset no antenna must be connected as the RSSI circuit is calibrated at the same time.

PHP/AJAX Website Template Set - Weather-Display Setup


There are three needed setups required in Weather-Display for the proper operation of your template set. Please follow the setup instructions in the sections below to have Weather-Display upload your testtags.php file, your AJAX update data file (clientraw.txtt) and your graph files for wxgraphs.php page.

Note: the translation features of the templates depend on having English as the language used by Weather-Display for uploads of data/pages to the website. If you are running Weather-Display in a language other than English, then make sure to set WD, Setup, Language, Use English for Reports and Scripts as Yes to enable the template set to run properly.

Setup to upload testtags.php WD tags file

Note: The name 'testtags.php' has been kept for historical reasons, even though the name rightly should be WDtags instead of testtags .. but a lot of WD folks using the existing WD/PHP/AJAX template sets are used to calling it testtags, so humor me and keep it testtags.php for now.

Copy testtags.txt file from the distribution WXtags-template-files/ directory to your c:\wdisplay\webfiles directory

For recent versions of Weather-Display, Brian has added an express setup to get this file processed and uploaded as testtags.php:

Open Weather-Display, Control Panel, Web Files/Web Page, Web Files Setup#1 TAB

WD setup 1

Tick: 'Create and upload testtags.txt as testtags.php'

and tick the checkboxes shown in the image above.

Select the Real Time Client FTP/AJAX/Weather Display Live Setup TAB

Clientraw Setup
Set the checkboxes as shown above. Particularly try to use the Rename the file as temporary file option which will make your clientraw.txt file more available on your website for use. Make sure your station name in Your weather station name... text box does NOT contain a hyphen (-) as that will cause the AJAX routine to be unable to parse the update time in your clientraw.txt.

Press OK to save the settings.

Now make sure your FTP uploads are configured and an overall schedule to upload is set by:

Click on the 'FTP & Connections/METAR/NOAA' button on the Control Panel and select the Connections TAB


Your checkboxes should match the ones shown above. Now select the Web Files Upload times and Avg/Ext TAB


Set an upload schedule of every 5 minutes, and tick all the checkboxes to the right

Press OK to save the settings.

Press OK to close the Control Panel.

Then you should now see the uploaded tags on your website as:

http://www.yourwebsite.com/testtags.php?sce=view (see the raw source after processing by WD)

If you don't see the testtags.php file on your site (or it is still the sample testags.php included with the distribution of the WD-plugin, then you may be forced to do the next section "Manual setup of testtags.php upload".

Note: if you experience issues with your website showing PHP error messages like "unexpected end in testtags.php", it may be due to a slow FTP connection such that your browser is accessing the website as Weather-Display is uploading the testtags.php, and has not yet finished.
The best way to fix this is to have Weather-Display use 'Rename the file on the server after uploading' as the basic FTP mode as shown in the Connections TAB image above.
If your website doesn't support this mode, then to remedy this issue, you can upload your tags file to testtags-new.php, make sure that testtags.php is writable by PHP, and the V1.04 of top.php will automatically copy testtags-new.php to testtags.php to ensure you have a complete/fresh copy when your website is accessed.

Manual setup of testtags.php upload

Note: use this method if you are running an older version of Weather-Display which does not have the "Create and upload testtags.txt as testtags.php" option shown on the Web Files/Web Page, Web Files Setup#1 TAB illustrated above.

Copy testtags.txt file from the distribution WXtags-template-files/ directory to your c:\wdisplay\webfiles directory

Use the Weather-Display Control Panel,
Web Files/Web Page/Real Time FTP/WDL,
Custom Web Page Setup TAB

WD manual 1

In the 'Special file conversion' area

put: testtags.txt in Local File 1 (or 2 or 3)
put: testtags.php in Remote file name 1 (or 2 or 3 to match where testags.txt is placed)

Turn the switch to ON

Press Test

Press OK to save the settings.

You may also need to set an upload time schedule in
Weather-Display, Control Panel, Internet File Creation & Uploads, Setup Page#2 TAB

Select file#29 (Special custom file conversion) and press the SET button to open the setup dialog

Establish a file creation and file upload interval, and turn the Override switch to ON.

This procedure should work if you have also setup a routine HTML upload interval using the Web Files Upload times and Avg/Ext TAB shown in the first section.

PHP/AJAX Website Template Set - Weather-Display Setup on Saratoga-Weather.org's site

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