7467RE: [wsjtgroup] TS2000 Delay
- Jul 5, 2010Yes, there is also a delay built into WSJT. If you use PTT keying you will see that the transmitter comes on and then the audio is applied a bit later. That is normal, but the delay I was talking about is a slow rise of power AFTER the audio is applied.Russ
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dave Ackrill
Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 5:40 AM
Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] TS2000 Delay
Having had another think, and a read of what others have said, is this a
delay built into WSJT rather than the TS2000?
Since WSJT modes were designed for MS/EME originally surely there will
need to be a built in delay to allow for relays and sequencers to switch
off preamps and switch on amplifiers and rigs in the correct order?
Is this delay actually a feature of WSJT rather than a problem just with
the TS2000 I wonder?
In the back of my mind now I'm trying to remember what it says in the
manual... Some reading for lunchtime I think.
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