Another 'suggestion'. Don't know IF you are new to psk so don't be offended by the following. It is a 'full duty cycle' mode. And as such, follow that alc suggestion. IF you attempt to run the radio on transmit at full power, you could wind up blowing the finals in it. That is the reason all 'sites' that tell how to setup the radio suggest a MAX of 50 percent, usually 50 watts for a 100 watt rated rig.
What that means is the radio is rated to do 100 watts on SSB which is less than 50 percent full output due to the nature of speach. But that 31.25 hz wide signal is FULL DUTY! And as such can damage finals or cause distortion to no end.
Ever see someone running wide open? Easy to spot, the waterfall is WIDE.
Even 'modern rigs' that fold back the power will distort the heck out of that signal. An experienced/follows directions type ham will have a nice clean waterfall when transmitting.
Then find the bold lettering that says
The IMD indicator
Hope this helps. Know nothing about a signallink, I have the buxcomm.com iso-kit and use fldigi. So If you are running something else, then it could be something in that black box between computer and radio...don't know.
Again, IF you are offended because you have done this many times, well??? I am just trying to help setup a 'clean signal'.
--- In email@example.com, "drrfrost" <drrfrost@...> wrote:
> I've used the signalink with windows. But, I have gone to linux only. My initial configuration was PortAudio using codecs and was able to copy different modes but wasn't able to transmit at all. Following a suggestion in a post to a similar program, I changed to PulseAudio and still no transmit on psk.
> On a whim I decided to try rtty and success.
> Any suggestions?