Requires Support5 Package
Fake_CMRs generates CMR packets with a given number of SV’s or byte size. The packets are valid TrimComm/CMR packets but the contents is a string with the time that the message was sent, in ASCII. This would be expected to crash a receiver!
It should be used for radio testing.
The Checkbox controls if the message will be sent or not. CMR5 (CMR+) and CMRG Type 1, SV speed up are fixed length. The Type 0 messages can be based on the number of SV’s or a fixed byte count.