RE: [softrock40] RE: softrock 6.3 in tx ssb mode
- Hi Alan
I have another question if I my .
is their any thing I could do to lesson the image from 20kc below in other words I get a image from 7.235 shows up on 7.255 uper side band .
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 06:51:16 +0000
Subject: Re: [softrock40] RE: softrock 6.3 in tx ssb mode
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Subject: RE: [softrock40] RE: softrock 6.3 in tx ssb mode
>with no mic connected to sound card the 6.3 still output full power like I am in AM mode.
Does it still do this if you close PSDR and just use manual PTT? (+ve on COM pin 7 or CFGSR?)
And like that with no connection to the sound card?
When you say full power, what is it, 1 watt or more?
73 Alan G4ZFQ
> I have a softrock 6.3 that works great in rx and seems to work in tx mode execpt when I hit ptt the unit goes to full output with
> no audio to the mic in ssb mode ,, I get big hummm but I can talk into mic and hear my audio on another RX some what fine. my
> question is should their be no power output untill I spesk into the Mic.? Am I missing something its almost like I am in AM mode.
> use a maudio sound card @96K.
> If it really is a big hummm then maybe that's the problem. The hum drives the TX. How are you connecting the mic? Is there too
> gain, missing shield?
> What happens with no mic?
- Actually, I use a cheap Radio Shack station too. Well and a bench magnifying glass too. Mainly because I already had it. But one of these days when it wears out, I plan on upgrading to a nice Weller. So they can be built without buying expensive equipment. You just need steady hands. I've even build a Peaberry using the same setup.
73 David K9GPM
--- In email@example.com, Adam Jacobs <jacobs.adam@...> wrote:
> I still think that if it is your first time building up the board, just
> do it with a soldering iron and do it section by section. Being able to
> follow the various tests and troubleshooting steps for each section as
> it is assembled is very nice, especially when this is your first time.
> There's plenty of room to get fancy and assemble the entire board
> without testing anything on your 2nd or 3rd board. :)
> There is absolutely no requirement to us solder paste, heat gun,
> embossing tool, etc, etc to assemble the components on these boards.
> Tony says he puts them together with a $20 radioshack soldering iron
> (holy cow, Tony! Talk about skill)... I use one of the lower end metcal
> units, but only because I happened to have access to one. Before that, I
> used one of the classic blue-handle Weller irons and it works great.
> Just my $0.02
> -73 Adam W7QI
> On 6/29/2013 11:08 AM, John Greusel wrote:
> > Jon,
> > It's customary to do all the SMT components at once and yes it does
> > change the values in the step by step assembly instructions such that
> > you can't rely on them as much.
> > John
> > KC9OJV
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > *From:* W7VH <jon@...>
> > *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org
> > *Sent:* Saturday, June 29, 2013 10:02 AM
> > *Subject:* [softrock40] Re: heat gun vs embossing tool
> > Thanks for all the info everybody. If I use the
> > solder paste, I'm still wondering if I need to do
> > all the parts I'm using it on in the whole kit
> > all at once?
> > Thanks,
> > Jon
> > W7VH