76004Re: [softrock40] Built my Softrock Lite II for the K3 and have a couple of questions
- Dec 19, 2013I do not understand why a softrock was used here when the iq output of the kx3 will connect directly to the pc.I found the following Link which may help you with your quandry.I use an IC 761 with the softrock and the software mentioned here. While I agreethe software settings can be tedious it is well worth it.scott nz4aa
On Thursday, December 19, 2013 3:17 AM, Alan <alan4alan@...> wrote:
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Subject: Re: [softrock40] Built my Softrock Lite II for the K3 and have a couple of questions
> It bother me because the radio center frequency is 16kHz above display
> frequency. I have abt 30-35 kHz above and a bunch below. Also the radio and
> frequency won't coincide.
I'm sure many have done this with a K3.
You need CAT to get the best from a panoramic display.
The frequencies will coincide if you have setup the software properly with the radio and software talking to each other. There are
settings to eliminate any frequency offset. I've only used HDSDR https://sites.google.com/site/g4zfqradio/hdsdr-if-pano but any
software with panadaptor settings should do the same. There must be descriptions of exactly how to set a K3 somewhere on the web.
When the frequency displays coincide then I do not see a problem with the tuned frequency offset although the display can be
manipulated to have the tuned frequency more central.
If you do not use CAT then an approximation may be made by manipulating the LO and offset settings in the software to make the tuned
frequency 0 on the panadapter. Maybe then setting the individual mode offsets will work, manually altering the mode of the software.
I have never tried this.
And, more simply, there is Duncan's way although I'm not sure how he copes with a Softrock LO so close to centre.
73 Alan G4ZFQ
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