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Re: [softrock40] Re: DigiPan TX with RXTX 6.3 and USBtoI2C?

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  • R R Robson
    Bob: I could be wrong, but in trying the demo version on my Flex (with the rig set to monitor the outgoing signal), I heard it the nag. From: g8voip Sent:
    Message 1 of 12 , May 3, 2010
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      Bob:
       
      I could be wrong, but in trying the demo version on my Flex (with the rig set to monitor the outgoing signal), I heard it the nag.
       

      From: g8voip
      Sent: Monday, May 03, 2010 8:47 AM
      Subject: [softrock40] Re: DigiPan TX with RXTX 6.3 and USBtoI2C?

       

      Hi Robby,

      I am not sure whether the 'nag' actually gets sent over the virtual cable or not, or if it is just routed to the speakers to annoy the user!

      Not a problem here as I paid my dues and have a legal copy, something I would encourage everyone else to do :)

      73, Bob G8VOI

      --- In softrock40@yahoogro ups.com, "R R Robson" <rrrobson@.. .> wrote:

      >
      > Re: VAC Demo version:
      potentially illegal to use the demo version of VAC, since it introduces into the audio stream a voice-over nag to purchase the full version, which could cause issues in the non-voice portions of the bands.
      >
      >
      > From:
      g8voip
      > Sent: Monday, May 03, 2010 1:45 AM
      > To:
      href="mailto:softrock40%40yahoogroups.com">softrock40@yahoogro ups.com
      > Subject: [softrock40] Re: DigiPan TX with RXTX 6.3 and
      USBtoI2C?
      >
      >
      >
      > Hi Brent,
      >
      > As Alan
      commented, you do need to have both PSDR and Digipan running.
      >
      >
      The easiest way perhaps to think of it is that PSDR is your 'radio' in the conventional sense, so normally the received audio is routed just to the speakers so that you can hear what you are receiving.
      >
      > When you
      run any of the 'sound card' data mode programs like Digipan, you would normally feed audio to and from your transceiver using physical cables, along with a connection to the COM port for the PTT control.
      >
      > Really using
      PSDR as the 'radio' is no different, except instead or real pieces of cable linking the two, you make use of 'virtual cables' to pass the signals between the two programs.
      >
      > For the 'audio' streams most people use
      Eugene Muzychenko's VAC (Virtual Audio Cable) software, v4.10 is the current version, although there has been some reported problems with that for SDR use, so I am still using v4.09. There is a limited demonstration version available, but the full program is not expensive and well worth acquiring.
      >
      >
      http://software. muzychenko. net/eng/vac. html
      >
      > For the PTT control, you need create and use a pair of 'Virtual COM
      ports' to link the two programs. Seems like N8VB's vCOM program I am using is no longer supported, but you might find a copy to download somewhere. There are other programs available like 'com0com'.
      >
      > Once you have both the
      virtual audio cables and COM ports configured, that allows you to use the majority of the sound card data mode programs available.
      >
      >
      F6CTE's 'MultiPSK' program does allow for direct a direct I/Q input, but I have never really had too much success using that and much prefer to run PSDR conventionally and have all the benefits that provides. I am currently playing with a dual monitor set up on my PC, PSDR running on one, and the data mode program on the other.
      >
      > The link to YT1DL's site provides all of
      the information you need, well worth checking out.
      >
      > 73, Bob
      G8VOI
      >

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