This may be a foolish assumption, but I'm thinking that even if the
time and frequency are off considerably, I should still see signal
tracks on the waterfall? The waterfall is pristine, and the signal
indicator says '-30 -30' regardless of settings.
I'm still missing something, probably staring me in the face, I'm just
too stoopid to see it yet! :-)
73, Garey - K4OAH
Glen Allen, VA
Sid Boyce wrote:
> On 31/01/11 20:10, robengberts wrote:
>> Hi Garey,
>> do you run it under Linux? I have exactly the same problem and tried
>> everything but still -30dB... I'm using an emu0202 usb card.
>> 73' Rob PA0RWE
> Things to check:-
> * Your PC clock is synchronised with a ntp server.
> * Frequency calibration of the Softrock.
> * If using IQ mode try reversing the RX IQ setting.
> * Try using "pulse" for the output.
> I have been running the svn version (3) under Linux for quite a while.
> 73 ... Sid.
>> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:softrock40%40yahoogroups.com>,
>> Garey Barrell<k4oah@...> wrote:
>> > I'm trying to get WSPR 2.11 to 'see' my Softrock RX. Regardless of
>> > which input/output/??? I select, I get "-30 dB" for an input.
>> > Using Windows XP, SP3, M-Audio Delta 66, Tony's interface. RX works
>> > fine, has for weeks. WSPR can't find it! !!
>> > Thanks for help and/or point to the obvious thing I am missing.....
>> > --
>> > 73, Garey - K4OAH
>> > Glen Allen, VA