I may be able to help with the CW question.
There is a squelch adjustment that must be done manually to decode CW. The
yellow bar near the top of the DM780 screen shows the received signal
level. You need to adjust the slider (drag with the mouse) so the yellow
bar is to the right of the slider when the tone is present, and to the left
when it is not. This is a fairly critical adjustment. Once this is done,
it should decode. It doesn't seem to decode CW in SuperSweeper mode. If
that was what you were referring to, then I can't help.
I use CW Skimmer to decode more than one signal at a time. Works pretty
well. SuperSweeper does work on RTTY, though.
On the second question, when in USB mode, the audio extends from around 100
to 300 Hz above the carrier to around 3 KHz above the carrier, depending on
bandwidth and shift selected in your receiver. DM780 reflects this by not
going all the way to 0 Hz (DC) in the passband.
Hope that helps.
On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 1:00 PM, w2bmp <w2bmp@...> wrote:
> Good afternoon all:
> I am a new user to HRD version 6.
> Windows 8 and Rigblaster Plug and play.
> I have two questions please
> 1. System does not seem to want to decode CW not matter what I try. Am I
> doing something wrong?
> 2. Supersweeper always is off on frequency. For example, if I tube
> 18.100.000 the sweeper starts at 18.100.10. Why is that?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated..
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