- Hi Bob Yes, that works as well, it is just a bandwidth hog especially on a hotel network (at least compared with HRD s client/server setup). George, you needMessage 1 of 6 , Sep 6, 2011View SourceHi Bob
Yes, that works as well, it is just a bandwidth hog especially on a hotel
network (at least compared with HRD's client/server setup).
George, you need to try all options. Your mileage may vary.
I actually did do all the connection once over my ipad and got on HF that
On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Bob N3PPH <rsheskin@...> wrote:
> If you are running Windows 7 the easiest is to enable remote desktop, then
> go to dyndns and setup a free dns forward. I use this setup to play radio
> all over the place without problems. I just let my laptop connect to my
> radio computer over the internet.
> Bob N3PPH
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> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of George
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> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [ham-radio-deluxe] HRD remote operation set-up
> I am new to HRD and have it up and running. My intention is to use HRD for
> my remote operations while on vacation. I've looked at the set-up for
> operation and I'm have problems understanding how to set it up. I'm using
> Icom IC-7600 that works fine with HRD at the time locally but I want it for
> remote operations. Can anyone help me through the setup and getting it to
> operate remotely? What's the secret?
> George W2YJ
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- Hello Mike, First of all I really appreciate your excellent summary of the remote management process! I have been struggling with the audio side of remoteMessage 2 of 6 , Sep 11, 2011View SourceHello Mike,
First of all I really appreciate your excellent summary of the remote
I have been struggling with the audio side of remote operation for some
time now. Your suggestion of using a second audio adapter strikes me as
an excellent solution to at least one of this issues on my list.
The biggest problem that I have right now is trying to figure out how
(or where) to set the audio level feeding DM780 on my remote desktop.
Once I start up Skype I can hear the audio through my speakers or
headset without any difficulty and I can vary the volume using the
regular Windows7 volume controls. But no matter what I have tried, I
haven't been able to increase the input (receive) volume to the DM780
I am running a TS-2000 using a SignalLink USB interface and the HRD
remote appears to be working just fine.
Can you suggest any ideas to address my open issue?
--- In email@example.com, Michael Walker <va3mw@...>
> For the Audio, there are many solutions, but Skype is about the
> set up and is the most reliable. For best quality, follow Skype'sthe
> directions on port forwarding. You will need 2 skype accounts. One for
> radio and 1 for you. On the radio end, you need to have the rightaudio
> ports defined and have it set to auto answer.http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/support/user-guides/firewalls/technical/
> Then, on the remote computer, you need to manage the TX audio and the
> audio as well a handling the PTT. I recommend using a second soundcard
> (there are some great USB audio dongles) for handling ONLY the radioaudio
> as we don't want windows sounds coming out on the air. Even if youturn all
> windows sounds off, you still manage to get some. :(
> 73, Mike va3mw