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Re: [JT9digitalhams] Awful time TX for JT9-1

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  • Bill Kasper
    Hi Andrew et al, Thanks for your input; I changed the JT9 drivers in the setup to Direct X Primary Capture / Direct X Primary Sound reset the audio out via
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 9, 2013
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      Hi Andrew et al,

      Thanks for your input; I changed the JT9 drivers
      in the setup to "Direct X Primary Capture /
      Direct X Primary Sound" reset the audio out via
      the Tune button, no ticks! Just made a VA7 QSO and
      he copied me -17 with 6 w out.

      TU Andrew and TU List.

      73 de Bill WB2SXY sk dit dit

      --end--

      On 6/8/2013 9:26 PM, Andrew ZL3CC wrote:
      > I was getting the "ticks" too until I selected the DirectX
      drivers in the sound card setup, then all was well.
      >
      > Andrew ZL3CC
      >
      > On 9/06/2013, at 9:18, Bill Kasper<williamkasper@...> wrote:
      >
      >> Thanks Ed K0KC for looking at my signal,
      >> I appreciate ur time and energy!
      >>
      >> NY --> OH, 40m, around 2100z
      >> Ed's signal to me was strong, prop good.
      >>
      >> Summary: for the list, (other suggestions?)
      >> took power out down to middle of the
      >> ZERO marker on the output dial, and volume mixer
      >> down to 6%, clock from -0.3 to 0.1, and still
      >> no decodes even though signal strength seemed
      >> good. Screen shot from Ed looks just like
      >> a normal mid-strength JT9 signal.
      >> The tune button on the main screen still shows
      >> 'Ticks' which are mentioned in the setup
      >> instructions, but no remedy is mentioned.
      >>
      >> Ur Ideas, pse?
      >>
      >> tnx es 73 de Bill K WB2SXY
      >> --end--
      >> On 6/8/2013 3:43 PM, Bill Kasper wrote:
      >>> Hi All,
      >>>
      >>> I am having an awful time setting up TX for
      >>> JT9-1 and it has a slight 'tick' every few
      >>> seconds. Receive is about perfect as I can
      >>> decode nearly everything I can see.
      >>>
      >>> Just answered a CQ:
      >>>
      >>> 1905 -12 -0.1 1585 CQ KJ6RGX EM27
      >>> 190601 Tx: KJ6RGX WB2SXY FN13
      >>> 1907 -14 -0.3 1585 CQ KJ6RGX EM27
      >>> 190801 Tx: KJ6RGX WB2SXY FN13
      >>> 1909 -16 -0.2 1585 SRI NO DECODE
      >>> 1911 -14 -0.3 1585 PSE TRY AGN
      >>> 191201 Tx: KJ6RGX WB2SXY FN13
      >>> 1913 -17 -0.1 1585 SRI NO DECODE
      >>> 1915 -12 -0.3 1585 CQ KJ6RGX EM27
      >>>
      >>> I am having a rough time setting up my tx for JT9,
      >>> was running around 8 and then 16 watts.
      >>> As you can see I was decoding just fine, and
      >>> my clock was close to his; showing him as only
      >>> -0.1 to -0.3 sec DT.
      >>>
      >>> Details:
      >>> WSJT-X v 1.0 r3323
      >>> Windoze Vista (Home Premium), 32 bit OS
      >>> AMD Athlon dual-Core QL-62, 2.00GHZ
      >>> RAM: 2.00GB
      >>> TX: Icom IC-756pro2, Donner interface
      >>> I run the sound card Volume Mixer at 30%;
      >>> JT65 and other digi modes usually at 50%
      >>>
      >>> I have gone through the setup many times and
      >>> seem to be able to decode every signal I can see.
      >>> am I just TX too weak for the paths??
      >>>
      >>> I run all other digi modes just fine, JT65 works
      >>> great. I can decode JT65 to -27 when the band is
      >>> stable.
      >>>
      >>> What is the problem ??? Suggestions please
      >>> for troubleshooting this -- I would like to
      >>> use JT9 more; I had better luck with a VERY OLD
      >>> version.
      >>>
      >>> tnx es 73 de Bill K WB2SXY sk dit dit
      >>>
      >>>
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