Re: dstar.exe to dvtool - no audio
- HI Philip,
This computer has only one jack for both line-in and mic-in.
Difference between mic-in and line-in is only amplitude selection
(20dB up). DV-Tool can decode RF received data stream such
callsign to display at assigned area.
I have tried to switch the port 6116 to the others, but 6117
could not be connected. Because I assigned port 6116 only
for Peer to Peer connection at Windows firewal.
Built-in audio speaker generates strong noise while D-STAR RF
Blue LED and Red LED are lit during the operation.
It seems that assignment of audio devices is incorrect or
the output of DV-Dongle can not be specifyed to correct audio device
(such 2nd USB headphone).
I have still a difficulty to listning any human voice with DV-Dongle
except loopback testing.
City of Kawasaki, Japan
--- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "Philip Robinson" <kb5asy@...> wrote:
> I had better data decoding using the "line in" of the sound card
> than using the "mic" input but it sounds like you are decoding just
> fine. I would suggest trying a different port such as 6117 or
> if you have not already do so. Dstar.exe will default to 6116 but
> can be forced to what ever port you like. I still have not got past
> the first audio transmission limit and also not being able to reuse
> the same port in the same dos session. Dstar.exe will not give any
> indication of audio present. You can look at the dvtool.txt file in
> the folder that contains dvtool software and see call sign info
> is also shown in dstar.exe. In that same file, dvtool.txt, after my
> first audio transmission it will say stream complete when it passes
> audio, but it still only passes on the first transmission.
> I'm not having any issues with connecting to gateways. I use 2
> cards as well. Just make sure you select your sounds card with the
> headphones in the dvtool software at the top of the dvtool window.
> I'm looking forward to seeing if you can get the RF to dvdongle
> audio to working.