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RE: [perseus_SDR] Perseus and CW & RTTY Reverse

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  • Guido Schotmans |
    Fabio, It seems that Commander and Logger32 hasn t followed the changes in Perseus. This was changed one or two years ago. You have to contact the developer to
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 27 2:34 AM
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      Fabio,
       
      It seems that Commander and Logger32 hasn't followed the changes in Perseus.  This was changed one or two years ago.
      You have to contact the developer to correct this.
       
      73,
       
      Guido.


      Van: perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com [mailto:perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com] Namens IZ8MBW Fabio
      Verzonden: maandag 26 augustus 2013 10:30
      Aan: perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com
      Onderwerp: [perseus_SDR] Perseus and CW & RTTY Reverse

       

      I use the latest version of Commander (by DXLab) to sync the Yaesu FT-857D VFO with the Perseus SDR receiver (so Perseus will follow the Yaesu VFO/Modes and vice versa).
      The problem is: every time on the Yaesu I choose CW and DIG (Digital modes) the Perseus goes always in reverse mode, example:

      Yaesu FT-857D CW -> Perseus CW Reverse
      Yaesu FT-857D DIG -> Perseus RTTY Reverse
      Yaesu FT-857D CW Reverse -> Perseus CW

      I have tried also another software that supports CAT (Logger32 that supports both generic Icom and Perseus) connected to Perseus (so without Commander) and always I sent via CAT the mode CW, the Perseus goes in Reverse CW, the same happens for RTTY....

      So it seem that the problem is not Commander and/or Logger32, but the Perseus software that "recognize" the CW mode as Reverse CW and RTTY as Reverse RTTY....
      There are some settings in the Perseus to solve it? Or there is a workaround?
      Many many thanks!!
      Best 73
      Fabio, IZ8MBW

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