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Re: [dxatlas] Re: FLEX-5000, PowerSDR 1.10.4, VAC 4.08 and Faros 1.3

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  • Ed Russell
    Hi Alan, Adjust the delay until the points cluster around the zero line. For your setup that would be up around 330ms. The latency will change for different
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 19, 2008
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      Hi Alan,

      Adjust the delay until the points cluster around the zero line. For
      your setup that would be up around 330ms.

      The latency will change for different sample rates on the Flex 5000.

      73 Ed W2RF

      On 19 Mar 2008 at 9:59, Alan NV8A wrote:

      >
      > Thanks for that, Ed.
      >
      > Setting the delay to 250mS makes quite a difference. And if points
      > still
      > appear 80mS above the zero line, I should up the delay to 330mS?
      >
      > 73
      >
      > Alan NV8A
      >
      > On 03/16/08 08:08 am w2rf wrote:
      >
      > > The receive latency of the Flex 5000 must be factored in. On the
      > > Details tab set the Delay Correction value. A good starting point
      > > would be 200ms. Then when signals are detected adjust the delay
      > until
      > > points cluster around zero on the delay graph.
      >
      > >> I have just spent a couple of hours trying to get Faros 1.3 to
      > provide
      > >> useful information with my FLEX-5000, PowerSDR 1.10.4 and VAC 4.08.
      > >>
      > >> Faros controls the frequency of the rig (and the SteppIR antenna
      > >> settings). I can hear many of the beacon signals and see them both
      > on
      > >> the waterfall and on the spectral display, yet the program almost
      > > always
      > >> reports "No signal" and the occasional "Incomplete data."
      > >>
      > >> Any suggestions? What kind of signal strength/audio level and S/N
      > ratio
      > >> does Faros need to recognize the beacon signals?
      >
      >
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