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Re: Slightly off topic HDSDR and transverter question

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  • lc_hdsdr
    Hello Chris, Hi Alan, i would suggest that you just try out this option - even without having (connected) a transverter. You ll see, that it s just an offset
    Message 1 of 8 , Sep 7, 2013
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      Hello Chris,
      Hi Alan,

      i would suggest that you just try out this option - even without having (connected) a transverter.
      You'll see, that it's just an offset for the frequency displayed in HDSDR. The OmniRig controlled transceiver is not affected at all.

      > Is that Options - CAT to Radio (Omni-Rig) - Set converter offset?
      Yes.

      > No, the transverter does not tune. The radio does.
      Yes.

      The several mode specific offsets are independent of any transverter. Don't enter the transverter offset there. These offsets are to get a perfect sync for all modes between the audio of your OmniRig controlled transceiver and the Tune/Audio of HDSDR. This allows to just click with your mouse onto the signal in HDSDR's panorama display, you want to tune.

      Pierre-Francois initially requested this feature. He operates on 6m with an HF transceiver (FT1000MP MkV) together with a transverter (FTV-1000).

      kind regards,
      LC
    • Chris Wilson
      ... 07/09/2013 18:37 Hi, thanks for the explanation, that sounds ideal. And thank you Pierre-Francois :) -- Best Regards, Chris Wilson. 2E0ILY
      Message 2 of 8 , Sep 7, 2013
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        > Hello Chris,
        > Hi Alan,

        > i would suggest that you just try out this option - even without having (connected) a transverter.
        > You'll see, that it's just an offset for the frequency displayed in
        > HDSDR. The OmniRig controlled transceiver is not affected at all.

        >> Is that Options - CAT to Radio (Omni-Rig) - Set converter offset?
        > Yes.

        >> No, the transverter does not tune. The radio does.
        > Yes.

        > The several mode specific offsets are independent of any
        > transverter. Don't enter the transverter offset there. These offsets
        > are to get a perfect sync for all modes between the audio of your
        > OmniRig controlled transceiver and the Tune/Audio of HDSDR. This
        > allows to just click with your mouse onto the signal in HDSDR's
        > panorama display, you want to tune.

        > Pierre-Francois initially requested this feature. He operates on 6m
        > with an HF transceiver (FT1000MP MkV) together with a transverter (FTV-1000).

        > kind regards,
        > LC



        07/09/2013 18:37

        Hi, thanks for the explanation, that sounds ideal. And thank you
        Pierre-Francois :)


        --
        Best Regards,
        Chris Wilson. 2E0ILY
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