- David, I did use CFGSR to calibrate for receive but not for transmit. I think you have identified the issue. I may be too low on TX in USB and too high on TXMessage 1 of 28 , Oct 31, 2012View Source
I did use CFGSR to calibrate for receive but not for transmit. I think you have identified the issue. I may be too low on TX in USB and too high on TX in LSB. If that is the case, that should be a lot easier than reprogramming. Thanks for putting up me figuring this out.
I'm using the executable built by SV1EIA that was in the zip fie for making 2.4.4 work for homebrew.
When you toggle the TS-2000 from USB to LSB then you are tuning in a completely different 3kHz of spectrum. I think you're mistaking beat frequency for the local oscillator. The line displayed PowerSDR is not the LO or center frequency, it is the beat frequency. The LO in PowerSDR is always 8kHz below the beat frequency. This is very different from traditional radios.
It sound like your Si570 may be mis-calibrated. You can use CFGSR to set the calibration and make sure all your applications are reset to defaults or zero.
73 David AE9RB
On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 4:01 PM, Dave Watson <davewatson@...> wrote:
I just retested on a Kenwood TS-2000 and a Flex-5000A. No possibility of misconfiguration there as I'm simply listening to what is being transmitted. On the TS-2000, I hear the signal on LSB and I don't hear the signal on USB. On the Flex, I see the signal below the center frequency on USB and above the center frequency on LSB.
When you test with PowerSDR are you using the Flex built executable v2.4.4 with TNF capability?
- ... From: David Turnbull Subject: Re: [softrock40] Peaberry using PowerSDR2.4.4 I/Q Reverse on TX only ... And the Peaberry does TX on the same sideband asMessage 2 of 28 , Nov 1, 2012View Source
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Turnbull"
Subject: Re: [softrock40] Peaberry using PowerSDR2.4.4 I/Q Reverse on TX only
> Alan, I just tested my RXTX again with PowerSDR. Straight on RX and crossed
> on TX is indeed the correct setting. I have configured the Peaberry to
> match this by default.
And the Peaberry does TX on the same sideband as RX?
Multiple customers have reported PowerSDR working
> and needing to reverse receive to get Rocky 3.7 working. I have needed the
> same. My RXTX also needs a crossover cable for Rocky. John has stated that
> he needs a crossover cable. You and Jose say you don't.
From what Dave says this seems as if the Peaberry is TXing on the wrong sideband. Not with crossed IQ?
I have re-checked both versions of Rocky and confirm it does TX PSK on USB, just above the tuned frequency. But not the other side
Confusion about IQ or QI has been with us for a long time. Switching Rocky when transmitting has only appeared with the Peaberry.
The Ensemble with crossed TX jumpers is the same as early Softrocks. With WSPR-IQ Reverse TX IQ needs to be ticked.
73 Alan G4ZFQ
> Using the default Peaberry settings, and the straight on RX and crossed on
> TX for RXTX, I can receive properly with Rocky 3.7 when set to
> Left/Right=Q/I. However the transmission is on the wrong side of center. If
> I change to Left/Right=I/Q then the receiver is backwards and the
> transmission is correct. Are you seeing this behavior, or does transmit
> stay the same when you switch this setting?
> For a default Peaberry, WSPR in I/Q mode needs no reversal and HDSDR needs
> RX reversal but not TX reversal.
> We really need to hear from more people who transmit using both
> applications and have proper test equipment.