Re: Announcement -- TS-590S TechNote: SSB Audio Handling v1.0
- When I open up my signalink it has a PCM2904 in it. I have looked at both the PCM2903a and PCM2904 spec sheets and the only differences I see is one works and 3.3 volts and one works at 5 volts.
Rick if you were to port the 590 to the trimode you would need toggle menu 63 to the port you wanted to transmit on acc for pactor and usb for winmor. You would also have to have menu 69 on for data vox for winmor to work. You could also get into the filters also. I have RMSE working on both Winmor internal sound card and Pactor with a SCS ProII on the acc port the will both receive at the same time. Winmor works great on the 590.(V4 also!!!)
73 Steve N9LOH
--- In V4Protocol@yahoogroups.com, Ian Wade G3NRW <g3nrw-radio@...> wrote:
> ___Original Message_________________________________________
> From: Rick Muething <rmuething@...>
> Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 Time: 07:30:28
> >In general what do you think of the TS-590 and have you compared it to
> >the Icom 7200?
> My thoughts on the TS-590S tally very closely with most of the reviews
> on Eham -- in other words, I am extremely happy with it all round (but
> especially the receiver, which is outstanding for a radio in this price
> bracket). I have no experience of the IC-7200, so I can't offer any
> >One thing I would be interested in too is if you have made any
> >measurements (they arenât easy to measure) of the sample rate accuracy
> >of the built in sound card.Â
> No, I haven't made any detailed sample rate accuracy measurements with
> the TS-590S or PC sound cards. That is something I want to look at in
> more detail. I have not played much with low-level signals or multiple
> carrier signals on this radio, where sampling accuracy can obviously
> make quite a difference.
> >I suspect Kenwood and Icom are using a
> >generic USB CODEC sound chip
> The TS-590S uses the PCM2903B stereo audio CODEC:
> >I have been keeping up with (and making occasional contributions to) the
> >work on a open source Voice codec (good voice quality at about 1200
> >bits/sec and 1500 Hz bandwidth). This is being done by David Rowe in
> >Australia and it would be a perfect fit for a radio like the TS-590.Â David has
> >achieved better performance than the proprietary CODEC used in the
> >D-Star radios and I think will soon have the matching HF Modem ready for
> >initial beta testing.
> The whole world is very much looking forward to this!
> Finally, all your comments are most interesting -- sorry I can't add
> much to them.
> Ian, G3NRW