- Glad you got it! It has bit me in the butt several times! Have fun with your kit! If you get wspr going I will be asking you for help :-) Larry W9AMR In aMessage 1 of 37 , Feb 1, 2011View SourceGlad you got it! It has bit me in the butt several times! Have fun with your kit! If you get wspr going I will be asking you for help :-)Larry W9AMRIn a message dated 2/1/2011 6:21:07 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, k4oah@... writes:
You'll never go wrong underestimating the capabilities of someone who
has been running in circles!! NO possibility is 'too simple' for those
of us who get into these endless loops. :-)
I know I checked and unchecked that box several times, but just didn't
hit the right procedure to make it stick!
Thanks so much to you and ALL the others who thought I was smarter than
I apparently am.... :-)
73, Garey - K4OAH
Glen Allen, VA
Drake 2-B, 2-C/2-NT, 4-A, 4-B, C-Line
and TR-4/C Service Supplement CDs
> Silly question, under setup to you have USBtoI2C selected? You must
> power the radio up first then launch PSDR. If you run PSRD first it
> will unselect USBto I2C. Hang in there. you'll get it!!
> Larry W9AMR
> In a message dated 2/1/2011 2:53:14 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> k4oah@... writes:
> OK. I increased the level to +4 dBm, switched from 30 to 40 to
> 30M, and
> I now have a thin line right at the center of the waterfall. It's
> moving slightly over time, but less than 5 Hz. The Rx Noise: is still
> red, but varying from -28 to -21 dB during the receive segment.
> Of course by resetting the Si-570 under CFGSR I lost what frequency
> accuracy I may have had. PSDR 2.0 is still not controlling the Si-570
> at all. I can't seem to get it calibrated in SR40 for some reason. So
> I'm at whatever the factory setting is, although I needed some
> correction when 2.0 was working.
> We do this for fun... We do this for fun... We do this for ........
> 73, Garey - K4OAH
> Glen Allen, VA
- ... From: Subject: Re: [softrock40] Adjust level in Soft Rock light. ... In my experience you should not use the mixer. In my system it introduces phase shiftMessage 37 of 37 , Feb 6, 2011View Source
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: [softrock40] Adjust level in Soft Rock light.
>OK I finally got a chance to play again and found the Delta 44 panel. The
>inputs were all the way to the bottom. -144, I raised them to the top of
>the green -13 on the Delta 44 panel and will see how it runs.
In my experience you should not use the mixer.
In my system it introduces phase shift under certain settings.
Just use the default setting in the Patchbay/Router.
Just use the presets.
73 Alan G4ZFQ