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Re: Chirping Problem Video (Recent Post On) Simon's Req. For Video

Kriss Kliegle KA1GJU
 

BTW...

To attach files, just use click on the paperclip when composing a post. Especially screen shots so they can be downloaded and opened in full
definition versus a shrunken image that gets grainy as one zooms in to see the settings, etc.

Same thing for photos, just to the left of my arrow is the photo button, that will place photos into the text body of your post. Keep in mind if the great and powerful OZ needs to see something he can't read. He will ask you to attach the image using the paperclip (attachment tool).

Here is is now...



LOL

73 Kriss KA1GJU


Re: Chirping Problem Video (Recent Post On) Simon's Req. For Video

Kriss Kliegle KA1GJU
 

Hmmm... didn't attach for some reason, despite attempting it 2X.
Here ya go....


Kriss KA1GJU


Re: Chirping Problem Video (Recent Post On) Simon's Req. For Video

Kriss Kliegle KA1GJU
 

Check to see if you have NR (Noise Reduction) turned on.
NR on just about any modern HF rig can make signals sound like they are under water.
You can get the same sound when there's Aurora activity but we haven't had any good
solar storms lately being down at the solar minimum. I personally don't use it ever, due to
the weird sounds it generally makes.

Open the DSP panel and scroll to the bottom and see if you have NR4 checked off?

See attached:

73 Kriss KA1GJU


Re: WSJT-X Control Receiver 2 #controller #sdrconsolev3

Charles Suckling
 

I don't think WSJT-X can do this.  Maybe Omnirig can?  

I guess it also depends on whether the TS2000 emulation in Console  would support it. 

 Does the TS2000 have two independent receivers that would lead you to think that this might even be possible?

  You could try posing this question on the wsjt io group if no answer here. 

Charlie G3WDG 


On Fri, 10 Apr 2020 at 11:52, goscickiw <goscickiw@...> wrote:
How should I set up WSJT-X to control Rx 2 instead of Rx 1? Using the I/O Test and I/O Monitor, I noticed that the command has to start from "FB" to control Rx 2, but WSJT-X always uses "FA" which sets Rx 1. Is there a hidden setting somewhere that I can use?
I'm asking because I have two instances of WSJT-X controlling SDR Console through two virtual COM ports. I have no issues with this setup, other than both instances controlling the same receiver Rx1.


Re: RX Matrix

Max
 

Hi George

Notwithstanding the other proposed solutions, the best of all if practical for you is to get a second monitor. SDRC is just built for multiple monitors. 

73

Max


Re: RX Matrix

Max
 

Receiver Pane and Receiver Matrix are two different features, but yes, opening Receiver Pane in docked mode may solve your issue. Not really practical to display as many receivers in the Pane though obviously.



73

Max


On Fri, Apr 10, 2020 at 10:19 AM, goscickiw wrote:
There is an option called Receiver Pane that might be what you're looking for.


Re: Food for your dog

Michael.2E0IHW
 

On 10/04/2020 14:47, tony paulino wrote:
Simon your dog needs food for Easter.
Yes indeed, as does ours, but NOT a chocolate bunny :-)

Michael 2E0IHW


Chirping Problem Video (Recent Post On) Simon's Req. For Video

rmrrgs <rgsrose@...>
 

Hello Simon, et al,

Regarding my recent Post on Chirping problem.
Created the Video (great feature), and seems to have worked.

Have tried putting it the Group's File Section.
Folder I created is there, but not sure about the Video ?  Video is called Chirping Problem

I don't do anything on the Cloud, etc.  Too old to learn.

Anyway, if the Video is not there, if you might please tell me the
easiest way of having you see it, would be appreciative. 

Thanks,
bob


Re: Freqency tracking question #rsp1a

Max
 

Hi Andy

For screenshots please always attach, not insert as an image. As inserts at this size they are unreadable and therefore do not convey any useful information.

73

Max


Food for your dog

tony paulino
 

Simon your dog needs food for Easter.


Re: Freqency tracking question #rsp1a

Siegfried Jackstien
 

i would think iq mixed?? (invert signal on radio start)

just a shoot in the dark

but if the center is correct ... (its tracked via cat) ... but above and below center is mixed ... then it is a near 100% wrong setup in the definitions what channel should be left and what right (the iq signals are on left and right channel of the sound data)

try to "invert" signal ... and it should work ...

dg9bfc sigi


Am 10.04.2020 um 07:24 schrieb Andy G7FWE:

Hi,

Newbie to SDRs and SDR Console. 

My (initial) aim: To use SDR Console as a panadapter to help find station to search and pounce on in contests.
My setup: SDR Play RSP1A, Elecraft K3, Kuhne Transverter. I take the IF out of the K3 to the SDRPlay.

My problem: When I tune to a station on my rig, SDR Console faithfully tracks it and displays it in the panadapter/waterfall. When I click on the panadapter the signal is displayed at the wrong frequency.

Example:

Here you can see the Dutch 144mhz beacon PI4CIS. I've tuned to it on the k3 and it's correctly shown at 144.415 in SDR Console. You can see the two tones of the beacon dropping down the waterfall in the centre. Great.



I now click on 144.420 in the panadapter display on SDR Console. The K3 correctly jumps to 144.420. However the beacon is now showing in SDR Console at 144.425?



This isn't great, because if I now click on the beacon's signal in SDR Console, the radio jumps to 144.425 where there's no beacon (It's sat at 144.415). 

Any clues to what I'm doing wrong? Probably a newbie/numpty issue but grateful for the help as I've got it this far & it's almost doing what I want it to do.

Thx - Andy G7FWE


Re: Freqency tracking question #rsp1a

Nicholas Shaxted
 

To be honest the screenshots don’t help too much when embedded in the text. It would be easier to attach them so they can be displayed separately.

 

I would think from your description that you need to look very carefully how you have the K3 and SDR console set up.

It could be the K3 is set up for CW(L) and  SDR for CW(U).

The difference in sideband could produce the result you describe.

 

I can’t see what you have selected in those images just a guess…

To prove it you could select USB (or AM) and point and click to see what it does.

 

Include as much info as you can on mode, bandwidth, etc

 

Nick – g4ogi

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io On Behalf Of Andy G7FWE via groups.io
Sent: Friday, April 10, 2020 8:25 AM
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: [SDR-Radio] Freqency tracking question #rsp1a

 

Hi,

Newbie to SDRs and SDR Console. 

My (initial) aim: To use SDR Console as a panadapter to help find station to search and pounce on in contests.
My setup: SDR Play RSP1A, Elecraft K3, Kuhne Transverter. I take the IF out of the K3 to the SDRPlay.

My problem: When I tune to a station on my rig, SDR Console faithfully tracks it and displays it in the panadapter/waterfall. When I click on the panadapter the signal is displayed at the wrong frequency.

Example:

Here you can see the Dutch 144mhz beacon PI4CIS. I've tuned to it on the k3 and it's correctly shown at 144.415 in SDR Console. You can see the two tones of the beacon dropping down the waterfall in the centre. Great.



I now click on 144.420 in the panadapter display on SDR Console. The K3 correctly jumps to 144.420. However the beacon is now showing in SDR Console at 144.425?



This isn't great, because if I now click on the beacon's signal in SDR Console, the radio jumps to 144.425 where there's no beacon (It's sat at 144.415). 

Any clues to what I'm doing wrong? Probably a newbie/numpty issue but grateful for the help as I've got it this far & it's almost doing what I want it to do.

Thx - Andy G7FWE


Re: Freqency tracking question #rsp1a

Andy G7FWE
 

Anyone? Would very much appreciate guidance on this. 


Re: #satellites #doppler Can Kenwood D710GA be controlled for Doppler? #satellites #doppler

NR4U Bob AFMARS
 

On 4/10/2020 02:20, Simon Brown wrote:
Hi,
If not supported by OmniRig then no - not supported.
Ok. Thanks reply too.



--
73
Bob KD7YZ
AMSAT LM #901


Re: Chirping Superposed Noise ? And A Few others.

jdow
 

Cannot answer without a picture, a full sized screen shot of the SDRC window - at least. Without the readable information on that screenshot there are too many variables involved to give you even a start of an answer beyond, "If it is an rtlsdr front end you are sampling at too high a rate."
{^_^}

On 20200410 04:20:59, rmrrgs wrote:
Hello,
With help from so many of you folks, making "good" progress.
Sure is a lot to know. Am concentrating 100 % now in trying to learn Console.
Apologize for most of my questions being so "basic" in nature, but...
a.  Pretty much everywhere, but particularly on low freq's (AM; 1 MHz or so), I can pick up very
well the voice conversations.
But, superposed over them is usually what sounds like "chirping".
Perhaps can be described as "birdies," or perhaps running water.
Hard to describe in words. It's most everywhere.
My guess is that I don't have the audio options set correctly, and/or the BW or Gain ?
Anyone with any thoughts on this ?
b. What's a good set of Default values for most everything, including audio type settings to start with ?
c.  Where is LNA on the menus ?
d On SDR# and HDSDR, one can pull up a block diagram/schematic for the RSPdx.
   It has several sliders that are adjustable.
Is there such a block diagram in Console for the RSPdx ?
Thanks,
Bob


Re: Chirping Superposed Noise ? And A Few others.

Simon Brown
 

Bob,

 

Add a video, let’s see and hear the issues: https://www.sdr-radio.com/RecAndPlayback#Video

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI

https://www.sdr-radio.com

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of rmrrgs
Sent: 10 April 2020 12:21
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: [SDR-Radio] Chirping Superposed Noise ? And A Few others.

 

Hello,

With help from so many of you folks, making "good" progress.
Sure is a lot to know. Am concentrating 100 % now in trying to learn Console.
Apologize for most of my questions being so "basic" in nature, but...

a.  Pretty much everywhere, but particularly on low freq's (AM; 1 MHz or so), I can pick up very
well the voice conversations.
But, superposed over them is usually what sounds like "chirping".
Perhaps can be described as "birdies," or perhaps running water.

Hard to describe in words. It's most everywhere.
My guess is that I don't have the audio options set correctly, and/or the BW or Gain ?

Anyone with any thoughts on this ?

b. What's a good set of Default values for most everything, including audio type settings to start with ?

c.  Where is LNA on the menus ?

d On SDR# and HDSDR, one can pull up a block diagram/schematic for the RSPdx.
   It has several sliders that are adjustable.

Is there such a block diagram in Console for the RSPdx ?

Thanks,
Bob


Chirping Superposed Noise ? And A Few others.

rmrrgs <rgsrose@...>
 

Hello,

With help from so many of you folks, making "good" progress.
Sure is a lot to know. Am concentrating 100 % now in trying to learn Console.
Apologize for most of my questions being so "basic" in nature, but...

a.  Pretty much everywhere, but particularly on low freq's (AM; 1 MHz or so), I can pick up very
well the voice conversations.
But, superposed over them is usually what sounds like "chirping".
Perhaps can be described as "birdies," or perhaps running water.

Hard to describe in words. It's most everywhere.
My guess is that I don't have the audio options set correctly, and/or the BW or Gain ?

Anyone with any thoughts on this ?

b. What's a good set of Default values for most everything, including audio type settings to start with ?

c.  Where is LNA on the menus ?

d On SDR# and HDSDR, one can pull up a block diagram/schematic for the RSPdx.
   It has several sliders that are adjustable.

Is there such a block diagram in Console for the RSPdx ?

Thanks,
Bob


WSJT-X Control Receiver 2 #controller #sdrconsolev3

goscickiw
 

How should I set up WSJT-X to control Rx 2 instead of Rx 1? Using the I/O Test and I/O Monitor, I noticed that the command has to start from "FB" to control Rx 2, but WSJT-X always uses "FA" which sets Rx 1. Is there a hidden setting somewhere that I can use?
I'm asking because I have two instances of WSJT-X controlling SDR Console through two virtual COM ports. I have no issues with this setup, other than both instances controlling the same receiver Rx1.


Re: RX Matrix

goscickiw
 

There is an option called Receiver Pane that might be what you're looking for.


Re: SDR-C Latency slowly increasing (v 3.0.20)

Dick
 

On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 09:57 PM, Dick wrote:


So far I assumed that when SDR-C opens the output steam it will select 48000
and stay that way, so there would be no reason for VAC to change the sample
freq.
But as we all know "assumption is the mother of all ......" so I will give it
a go.
Hi Daniel,
Just to let you know that I performend a test whith VAC input set to 48000 (fixed) and observed the same latency.

73, Dick

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