Re: [perseus_SDR] Questions from a Perseus Newbie
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Nollman" <billct97@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 9:32 PM
Subject: RE: [perseus_SDR] Questions from a Perseus Newbie
> This doc will tell you how to reduce the CW bandwidth down so low you will
> be quite happy.
> From: perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com [mailto:perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com] On
> Behalf Of George
> Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 3:24 PM
> To: perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [perseus_SDR] Questions from a Perseus Newbie
> I received a new Perseus (software v4.0C) about a week ago and have, to a
> reasonable degree, familiarized myself with its operation. However two
> questions remain as concerns the use of the Microtelecom software to run
> QUESTION #1: In the "PBT" mode how does one "... reduce the bandwidth to
> virtually zero"?
> COMMENT: The preceding quote is from the Perseus Receiver Users Manual (v
> EN14). In the CW mode seemingly the minimum bandwidth I attain is 49 Hz
> while in USB/LSB mode the minimum is 22 Hz. (These values are as read
> the entry in the upper left corner of the BW pane when BW = 0.8 kHz and
> and NBT both checked.) Clearly I am doing something wrong but what?
> some other parameter require setting?
> QUESTION #2: How does one set the "... user selectable delay (1 to 30
> seconds) ... "configurable under the Setting Window"? Further "... the
> button labeled Fn ..." enables/disables this feature. More particularly,
> where is the "Settings window" to be found?
> COMMENT: The preceding quotes are from the 12 Feb 2013 Perseus v4.0C
> Release Notes. I have found a file of type "Setup Information" in the
> "PerseusWinUSBDrivers" folder but there is no entry for "Fn" under which,
> according to the Release Notes, this parameter can be set. I do note that
> my "Setup Information" file is dated 9 Dec 2009, long before software
> became available. Is there a later Driver Folder available that sets Fn?
> A right click on Fn does nothing but a left click brings a drop-down
> listing three choices: "Time/Mix/Freq" but clicking on any of these
> disables nothing. (Side question: what is set by each of these choices?
> The Release Notes are silent on this matter.)
> Gratuitous Comment: In my view the Perseus SDR is an excellent piece of
> hardware but the accompanying software leaves a great deal to be desired.
> Eventually I plan to run this SDR under a different software program. For
> the present, when an NDB clusters requires unraveling, I kick in Spectrum
> Lab to control the Perseus and use SL's filters.
> Thanks in advance for any answers/comments/suggestions/web pointers/etc.
> All will be gratefully received and be much appreciated.
> 73, George M (N2XM)
- Hello Roelof,
Having hunted down some 800+ NDBs on my Afedri, I' m now eager in getting my new Perseus to help me further down the log.
I found your kind bandwith-helping in our Perseus group. And I wonder if I too
could receive you file containing memory tweaking and the regisry tweaking...
Thank you in advance, I' looking forward to hearing from you!
Göran / SM7IYM
--- In perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com, "Roelof Bakker" <roelof@...> wrote:
> Hello George,
> The bandwidth can be below the minimum setting of 22 Hz in the registry.
> I will sent you a file direct that tells you how to do it.
> There is also a work around as the memory stores also the bandwidth.
> I am using 6 memory positions with resp. a bandwidth of 6, 10, 12, 16 and
> 20 Hz.
> Changing narrow bandwidth can so be done without changing the registry
> settings each time.
> I will sent you my membank11 file, which you van copy to the PERSEUS
> The audio delay can be changed under Software Settings.
> Just click on the Microtelecom picto in the upper left corner.
> I have no idea where this can be used for, I had not noted if before.
> Roelof, pa0rdt