Not at 24.915 MHz, I suspect. (Hm, with either "."
or "," separators. He has a US call sign so it's "about" 25 MHz as
he cited it. That is on the ragged edge of R820 type tuners. I'd
expect stability problems with it. (If he is using a converter I'd
expect it to just flat not work given most conveters. A GPS
stabilized Spyverter might work.)
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On 20201204 11:56:08, Simon Brown
the forums (URL at the bottom) post this problem and a
screenshot so we can see your settings. WSJT should be fine.
Just a thought. Did you sync the time
setting on your computer?
On Dec 4,
2020, at 1:45 PM, Mike <bipi@...>
Using an Airspy R2. Computer is Dell
Tower,Intel 10th Generation Quad I,Graphic Card NVIDIA
GeForce GTX 1660T,Memory (RAM) 32 G,Windows 10 Pro
Test case 24.915 MHz ham radio FT8 frequency and WSJT-X,
Received audio to speaker or virtual cable is
mushy/distorted. The audio spectrum of received signals on
the WSJT-X waterfall appear mushy and poorly defined.
Signals will not decode. Changed SDR to an SDR-IQ. Signals
are clearly defined on the WSJT waterfall and all signals
I have tried reinstalling the software and adjusting all
the settings I can find but there is no change. Does
anyone have any suggestions? I purchased the Airspy R2 for
weak signal VHF/UHF meteor scatter and Es propagation. I
have jpg picture files of the V3 screen, WSJT-X Airspy
window, and the WSJT-X SDR-IQ window but I don't know how
to attach them here.
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