A grid is composed of a grouping of strings. When you
transmit a grid, the strings listed in the cells of the
grid are transmitted sequentially in columns in order from left to right, at a
speed determined by the Speed setting. If more
than one string is listed in a single column of the grid, then all of the
strings in that column will be transmitted back-to-back, in order from from top
to bottom, during that column's transmit interval.
DataBlaster remembers ten different grids. Use the Page Up and Page
Down keys to move to different grids.
The function key F4 is used as a shortcut to go to the string editor
page. Editing strings is described here.
A sequence is a list of grids that can be transmitted in order.
Each grid is composed of strings, and each string is made up of up to 1280 bytes.
DataBlaster remembers up to five sequences, numbered 0 thru 4. After selecting
"Edit Sequence", you can page thru the sequences using the Page Up and Page Down
You can copy one string to another string using the Copy String menu selection. You will
be prompted for "To" and "From" string identifiers, which are simply the letters "A" thru
The first 1280 bytes of the serial input buffer contents can be copied into string "P" by using the Rcvr-->String P