Re: [dxatlas] Skimmer CW Decode and Flex-5000A
- It seems to me that somewhere very long ago I read something about the
notion that Skimmer likes about 600 Hz signals for the most reliable
recognition. You might check that out.
Edward Russell wrote:
> Hi Zack,
> You will get the best results out of Skimmer with the Flex if you use the
> Direct I/Q to VAC feature. Instructions are contained in the Skimmer help
> 73 Ed W2RF
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Behalf Of Zack
> Sent: Saturday, November 08, 2008 2:34 PM
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> Subject: [dxatlas] Skimmer CW Decode and Flex-5000A
> I have CW Skimmer working with my Flex-5000A and PSDR 1.14. However
> when it is decoding signals I get a lot of gibberish. Is there any
> audio setting that I need to adjust?
> The Audio Volume setting in Skimmer does nothing. Tried varying RX Gain
> in the VAC tab but it made not difference. BTW I have SR turned off.
> Prior to getting Skimmer working correctly with the radio I had it
> decoding only in the actual filter bandwidth. By varying the AGC-T I
> was able to get around 80-90% solid decode of CW even on fairly weak
> So does anyone know how I can improve the CW decode?
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