Running a .jar file?

Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by WA7ARK, Jan 1, 2019.

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  1. WA7ARK

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  2. KJ4VTH

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    " Double click this file to run it. If that does not work, make sure java is installed. You can also type java -jar tuner.jar on the command line. "
  3. SM0XHJ

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    Install Java: (Oracle changed it's license for their Java today, so go with OpenJDK instead)

    Open a command prompt and run the .jar with:
    java -jar tuner.jar

    PS: What is it this simulator is supposed to simulate?
    I did a test run and it presents some loss figures, but there is no option to input any internal resistance values / Q-factors for any components (which is kind of vital for any estimation of loss ;) ).
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2019
  4. WA7ARK

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    I got it working by downloading JRE. It shows loss in a typical T-network tuner as a function of the load R +-jX and frequency. You can set the Qs and tuning ranges of C1, C2 and L.
    KJ4VTH likes this.
  5. SM0XHJ

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    Ah, somehow I missed that "Set Up" changed the layout of the window so you could set the Q values.

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