EazyRF version 4 is the continuation of version 3
with all its fonctions and addition of new features.
The presentation was first improved, the views have more color to put the sections more in evidence
The List of Variables Frequencies and Fixed Frequencies Devices have been merged for more flexibility.
A new Device Group list has been added to EazyRF. It is thus allowed to group together devices and assign frequencies simultaneously.
Here are some examples: a BTR-800 A2 group contains the BTR-800 A2-TX and the BTR-800 A2-RX, a Theater group ABC contains all the devices in this theater, and the frequencies allocated can be included for each device..
There is no limit on the number of devices in a group.
Finding a device in the device list can now be done more easily. For example, you can search for a micro type device whose starting frequency is greater than one value, or less than another, or between two values.
EazyRF can transfer data to the Wisycom Manager software (Frequency Table), either by clipboard, by saving a file (.xwdf), or directly in the "Frequency Table" window.
With version 4.2, it is now possible to
transfer frequencies and descriptions to the
Sennheiser, Shure, Wisycom and Lectrosonics equipment
managers data files.
Finally, other tools have been added: automatic start frequency for devices, the frequencies are not necessarily assigned consecutively
from one device to another; two versions of a document can now be compared; background color
on group, section, device and frequencies.
With the version 4.1, EazyRF now supports
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) group III (Europe).
EazyRF now uses the .NET Framework 4.5.
You find all the features of version 3 without having messed up the layout of commands, no need to relearn where are the functions of EazyRF, no loss of efficiency.
So we always have the same facilities: video standard NTSC, PAL B/G, PAL I and SECAM L, reading files created by the samplers of frequencies (scanner) of several manufacturers,
with these data we can create lists of interference or channels TV; Global View, Detail View, Frequency Plan, Spectrum View, On Tour.
To see how the software works, see the "Videos" section. Finally, the user guide explains in detail the software.
A demo version is available for download (with a limit of 20 frequencies maximum). If you do not have a license, you are automatically in demonstration mode.
EazyRF always requires a USB key (standard format or USB-C) to validate the username and its activation code.
The key must be in place during program execution. A licence file can also be used but it is linked to a hardware configuration (one and only one system).
The USB offers the greatest versatility, it can be used on any computer.
However, the license file is attached to the system configuration (linked to one and only one computer).
To request a license file, just use the tool available under
the Options / License Management menu as the material code
must be created beforehand.