Re: [ECHOLINKHAMS] Re: EchoStation ?
- In a message dated 2/6/03 11:42:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, ajohnson@... writes:
The only problem I have seen is having the EchoStation key up
without any input. Still not sure whats causing it. But, if I key
up on the repeater input it will send a courtesy tone and unkey. It
only happens once in a while.
Is it possible that when your transmitter is on that some RF is getting back into the receiver? I noticed you didnt have any duplexers in the system.
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- I have heard of other stations having the same problem some sysops
have opted to go to the older version's of echolink.
--- In ECHOLINKHAMS@yahoogroups.com, "Alan Johnson <ajohnson@s...>"
> I am running both EchoLink and EchoStation on the same PC at theThis
> same time. I am using two sound cards. I use VOX on both for
> receive keying. http://www.nmt.edu/~tara/repeater/index1.html
> URL shows how to lash it together.It
> The only problem I have seen is having the EchoStation key up
> without any input. Still not sure whats causing it. But, if I key
> up on the repeater input it will send a courtesy tone and unkey.
> only happens once in a while.
> EchoLink 66353
Thanks for the input. The system as it is setup now has receive on
UHF and XMIT on two. I have also played with two antennas and a
dummy load on XMIT. The thing I find interesting is after the xmtr
hangs I can key a HT on the input and the system will unkey. I have
a set of cans that I plan to use to put it all on UHF. Just have to
find the time to tune them.