- Must be in the interface, cabling (USB/RS232), ground, or maybe something you need to do with your rig (VOX?). In spite of your distaste for Windoze I canMessage 1 of 8 , Jun 29, 2013View Source
Must be in the interface, cabling (USB/RS232), ground, or maybe something you need to do with your rig (VOX?). In spite of your distaste for “Windoze” I can say I have never had a problem with JT65/JT9 software running with Windows XP on a now pretty old computer. I have known several hams who had given up on digital modes (psk/jt) only to find out later they had a hardware/software setting incorrect. Don’t give up without letting the folks on here help you get on the air.
PS You have to be careful with some of the USB cables you use, I paid $22 for my first one to use with my MFJ interface only to find out it didn’t work. Swapped the cable with another plain USB cable and the interface worked fine.
Well folks, I have tried a different computer and have come up with the same results as before. JT9 will decode incoming but will not transmit for some reason. Tried changing the master setting in Windoze several different ways, changed the TX on the SignaLink, still won’t work. I am just about ready to give up on this program. It has been a headache for too long.
Thanks for all the replies….
Russell Plocheck, KF5REP