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|PSK on a TS-590 s ?||Mar 24th 2013, 14:05||5||680||on 26/3/13|
|Cobra Senior RF Ground?||Feb 23rd 2013, 22:15||3||543||on 24/3/13|
|PSK on a TS-590 s ?||KB1YVR||on 26/3/13|
|Thanks W1VT for the resource.
Problem is resolved. I noticed that in the Windows sound card drop down menu Audio CODEC was not displayed. Is should have been.
In the fldigi Configure menu click Audio, then click Right Channel, then select Reverse left/Right channels. Without this the radio does not transmit a digital signal. Ian Wade G3NRW saves the day again with his excellent resource documents on TS-590 s. Here is the link with complete step by step instructions. Good luck all see on the waterfall.
|PSK on a TS-590 s ?||KB1YVR||on 25/3/13|
|Thanks for the reply KB0HAE. As a new Ham I have only one transceiver at the moment, but I will ask a fellow ham who is PSK savvy to help me run some tests. I have not found similar problems mentioned on the net, but anytime anyone has any connectivity problem on the 590, the third party Virtual COM Port driver that in necessary to enable USB connections is always a favorite suspect. I am thinking this is not my problem because the COMPort is working as it should for phone operation with Kenwood's ARCP.|
|PSK on a TS-590 s ?||KB1YVR||on 24/3/13|
|Using a USB connection between the 590 and a Dell Latitude D430. Already loaded the COM Port driver and the ARCP programs. The Dell Is communicating correctly with the 590 thru the ACRP.
Now trying to get started with PSK. FLDigi has been downloaded and appears to be running. I am seeing text corresponding to Rx transmissions, however when I attempt to either answer a CQ or initiate a CQ it appears I am not being heard.
The FLDigi waterfall show the signal going out and the 590 transceiver appears to be switching to Tx in response to the computer but I am not seeing any response to my Tx.
Any suggestions? I am stumped. I've read the Beginner's guide and searched G3NRW's 590 Resource Page, but so far no luck. Must be something really simple I am overlooking.
|Cobra Senior RF Ground?||KB1YVR||on 24/3/13|
|K4DUB Thank you for the reply. The antenna is hung. Its up about 60 ft between two tall pine trees. Working well.|
|Cobra Senior RF Ground?||KB1YVR||on 23/2/13|
|New ham here. Just getting ready to set up my first shack and I hoping to get some advice.
I picked up a Cobra UltraLite Senior as my first antenna, but I am unclear about whether or not this antenna requires RF Grounding for proper installation. This is a multi-band antenna for use on 160 - 10 Meters.
Feedback from someone who has experience with this antenna would be a big help.