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Under Construction

I am working on this Page.
This page is about the Nextion Display
2.4 inch Enhanced.

Hopefully not too much longer.

Been a while since I coded HTML and CSS.
I am getting a little better while learning
how to code this website.






Currently Under Construction

This will become the Nextion Display 2.4 inch Page

Below is a Work in Progress

I am showing 13 of the 18 Pages available.



The image to the left is the idle, or also
known as the MMDVM page. All of the
fields shown are messages sent from
pistar.

Hover over each of the fields on the Image,
and a dropdown will appear Displaying
more information about that field.

Also Hover on the Icons for more Information as to their Function.

More Information about Date and Time

This shows the Date and Time as received from pistar.  There are more formats available.  This example is Displaying the USA format.   The USA Date Format is MM/DD/YYYY.  The UK Date Format is DD/MM/YYYY.   The Date Format can be changed by running a utility called Setup Locales.  Instruction to setup Locales are on this
Website.  On the top Menu Bar, first highlight Setup Raspberry pi, scroll down to and click on Setup Locales.  Follow the Instructions and change Locales to the desired Locale
.

Reboot Button

Pressing this Button will perform a Reboot
of the Hotspot.
NOTICE: This feature requires bi-directional communication between the Nextion Display and the hotspot. The Nextion Display must be connected to a ttl to USB adapter. the ttl to USB adapter must be connected to the hotspot USB receptacle. Also, the Nextion Driver must be Installed into pistar. Instructions to Install the Nextion Driver are on this Website. On the top Menu Bar, highlight Setup Raspberry pi, then highlight and click Install Nextion Driver. Follow the Instructions to Install the Nextion Driver.

Shutdown Button

Pressing this Button will perform a Shutdown
of the Hotspot.
NOTICE: This feature requires bi-directional communication between the Nextion Display and the hotspot. The Nextion Display must be connected to a ttl to USB adapter. the ttl to USB adapter must be connected to the hotspot USB receptacle. Also, the Nextion Driver must be Installed into pistar. Instructions to Install the Nextion Driver are on this Website. On the top Menu Bar, highlight Setup Raspberry pi, then highlight and click Install Nextion Driver. Follow the Instructions to Install the Nextion Driver.

Transmit Frequency Field

This field Displays the actual Transmit Frequency programmed into the Hotspot.

Receive Frequency Field

This field Displays the actual Receive Frequency programmed into the Hotspot.

Last Heard TalkGroup

This field Displays the actual TalkGroup that was last received by the Hotspot.

Big Callsign

This field Displays the actual Callsign that is programmed into the Hotspot.

ID Field

This field Displays the Callsign and ID that is programmed into the Hotspot.

Location Field

This field Displays the Location that is programmed into the Hotspot.

Temperature in Fahrenheit

This field Displays the Temperature in Fahrenheit that is received from the Hotspot.

Temperature in Centigrade

This field Displays the Temperature in Centigrade that is received from the Hotspot.

IP Address

This field Displays the IP Address and the method you are connecting to the Network.

Info Button

This is the Info Button Icon. Pressing this button will link you to the Information Page.

Tools Button

This is the Tools Button Icon. Pressing this button will link you to the Tools Page.

DMR Button

This is the DMR Button Icon. Pressing this button will link you to the DMR Page.

LH Button

This is the Last Heard Button Icon. Pressing this button will link you to the Last Heard Page.

PRO Button

This is the Profiles Button Icon. Pressing this button will link you to the Profiles Page.
Above is what the Idle Page looks like on the 2.4
inch Nextion Display.

This is the DMR Page. This Page
displays when you are Receiving DMR,
or Transmitting DMR.

Hover over each of the fields to the
left, and a dropdown will appear giving
more information about that field.




DMR
Above is what the DMR Page looks like when
you are transmitting on DMR.

This is the RX Offset Page. This Page
displays when you Select RX Offset.

Hover over each of the fields and headings, and a dropdown will appear providing more information about that field or heading.






RXOffset Screen Picture Above is what the RXOffset Page looks like.



This is the Scope Page.

Hover over each of the fields
for more Information.





Scope Screen Picture
Above is what the Scope Page looks like.

This is the Flash Page.







Flash Screen Picture
Above is what the Flash Page looks like.
This is the Profiles Page 1 Page.







Profiles Picture
Above is what the Profiles Page looks like.
This is the Profiles Page 2 Page.







Profiles2 Picture
Above is what the Profiles 2 Page looks like.
This is the Alpha Numeric Keyboard
Splash Page.







Alpha Keyboard Picture
Above is what the Alpha Keyboard Popup looks like.
This is the Numeric Keyboard
Splash Page.







Numeric Keyboard Picture
Above is what the Numeric Keyboard Popup looks like.
This is the Info Page







Info Page Picture
Above is what the Info Page looks like.
This is the starting Splash Page.







Splash Page Picture
Above is what the Splash Page looks like.
This is the Dash Page.







Dash Page Picture
Above is what the Dash Page looks like.
This is the POCSAG Page.

This page displays when the POC
Button is pressed on the idle page.
This page will also display automaticcaly
when an Incomming message is Received.






More Information about POCSAG

This shows the DAPNET Logo .


Incoming RIC

This shows the RIC of the Last Message Received. .


Paging Frequency

This shows the RF Frequency for the DAPNET POCSAG System. .

Message Area

This shows the Input Message Area for the DAPNET POCSAG System. Touch this area and the Alpha/Numeric Keyboard will pop up. On the Alpha/Numeric Keyboard, type the Message you wish to Send, (80 Characters Max) then touch OK. The Alpha/Numeric Keyboard will close and your Outbound Message will appear in the MESSAGE area. Be sure the message is composed as you wish. Now, the Message is almost ready to send.

Home Icon

This shows the Link Button that will Change the Page to the Idle or MMDVM Page. This is an IMPORTANT Button. After you have Sent or Received a message, this Button must be Pressed to return the hotspot and Nextion Display to normal operation.
NOTE: When you are on the POCSAG Page, certain commands from the hotspot are inhibited to prevent the POCSAG page switching elsewhere. This is to prevent Interuption while composing a Message.

Incoming Message Field

This field shows the Incoming Message. The Message will will scroll from Right to Left.

Send Button

Pressing This Button will Send the Message in the Message field Above. The Message will be sent to the station listed in the RIC field to the Right.

RIC Field

Touching in the RIC Field will bring up the Alpha/Numeric Keyboard. Key in the Callsign of the station to send the Message, and touch OK.

Above is what the POCSAG Page looks like.