RE: [wsjtgroup] Re: Unable to decode the JT9 band
- Hi Andy,
Thank you for your message.
I'm now at QRL pro in Yverdon-les-Bains.
I'll return to my camping site's shack
and will be able to send to you some screen-shots.
My best 73,
Date: 04.08.2013 21:18
Objet: RE: [wsjtgroup] Re: Unable to
decode the JT9 band
Can you please send me screen snapshots of you wsjt-x widegraph window and main window.
Make the snapshots for the case when you are not decoding JT9.
BTW no problem with your English, much better than my
German or French ;)
> -----Original Message-----Sent: Sunday, August 04, 2013 11:48 AM
> From: hb9ari@... [mailto:hb9ari@...]
> To: a.durbin@...band
> Subject: RE: [wsjtgroup] Re: Unable to decode the JT9
> Hi Andy,
> The RX BW is set from 50 to 4195 Hz (Anan100/D)
> The spectrum is flat from 100 to 4100Hz.
> perfectely visibles on waterfall from ~100 to 2500 Hz (JT65)perfectly visible from
> and decoded 100%
> Traces are also
> 2500 to 4000Hz (JT9)JT65-HF
> JT9 are decoded if level is over ~ -15 to -20 dB like "Multi" with
> JT9 is decoded forcursor on the trace, next trace(s) are
> lower levels ONLY if i double click on the corresponding
> If i leave the
> perfectely decodedexplain in English language hi !
> Sorry but it's difficult for me to
>Date: 04.08.2013 16:58
> My best 73,
> ----Message d'origine----
> De: a.durbin@...
> À: <email@example.com>Please confirm that the, on the wide graph display, the mode boundary
> [wsjtgroup] Re: Unable to decode the JT9 band
> marker (blue line on the frequency scale) isset to a suitable value.
>matter what TX mode is selected.
> If it is not set at a frequency lower than the
> JT9 signals they will not be decoded no
> > I have the same problem.
> JT65 decodes fine in
> > I have to use single mode JT9 to be able to decode any JT9-signalsanswers you get!
> > so very
> interested in the