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hmm ... just a guess ... maybe it is cause you have 2 comports in
either use normal serial cable ... and normal audio connect
or use usb cable (that also has comport on same cable
justc a cguess but two comports for same radio control??? can
Am 13.08.2019 um 17:30 schrieb John
Love SDR Console. Making me crazy with intermittent loss of sync
with external radio. I'm using SDR Console v3.0.12 (issue has been
constant with prior versions). My guess is I've got something set
incorrectly. Although I note that HPSDR does not have this issue.
Will go along swimmingly then the Kenwood TS-590SG via Omni-rig
and the Airspy HF+ fail to syncronize. Usually when I move to a
new spot in DXLabs SpotCollector. Sometimes I just pull up
Console's External Radio Options and then the Omni-Rig settings.
Close them up and all is well. Other times; like this mornings I
quite Console then restart and everything syncs.
Presently the damn thing is working fine. As Charlie Brown used to
say - ARRGGGH.
Computer Dell with Win 10, from the Device Manager:
COM 1; port settings 9600, data 8, parity none, stop 1, flow none.
COM 3 Intel Active Management Tech - SOL; port settings same
COM 4 SilLabsCP210x USB to UART Bridge; port settings 115200, 8,
none, 1, none.
COM 5 USB Serial Port. Connected to Yaesu rotator control
Universal Serial Bus devices
AIRSPY HF+; Driver shows Microsoft.
Radio Kenwood TS-590SG
Kenwood TS-590SG 9pin port to COM 1
Kenwood TS-590SG USB port set to 115200 and connected to COM 4
Commander config ports set to Port 1 9600, 8, none, 1, DTR on, RTS
on. The DTR and DTS settings were arrived at experimentally.
DXView set to COM5 for rotator.
SDR Console v3.0.12
External Radio selection using OmniRig
Start when console starts
Restore Track state on start
SDR => Radio Freq and Mode
Radio => SDR Freq and Mode
Rig Type TS-590
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