Re: AW: [multipsk] Info requested


Mar 29, 2012

 


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#13460 Mar 29, 2012

Stupid question number one - those of us in ourlate 80's are entitled - after 35 years of straight key and SSB, I want to godigital.  I am using Windows XP, FT-450D and SignaLink USB into a dummyload (Heathkit Cantenna, remember them?) as I am building an antenna to go withthe gear that replaced the 35 year old rig. Digipan 2.0 appears to work into thedummy - Rig shows power output, SigLink Monitor gives tx sounds so I think I'vegot that sedt up OK. But I want to use MultiPSK for its many modes. Where can I find info on setting it up to use thementioned setup? Other rig is an IC-718 with DigiMaster PRO.Interesting gadget - about same price as SigLink but can use all modes and hasCAT ability. Thanks for any help you can give, Marvin, G0CRD



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#13461 Mar 29, 2012

If you can send with digipan ... then it should work with multipsk without a

problem



In the setup screen from multipsk just select the right soundcard and youre

done ... nothing special needed for multipsk



A standard soundcard and a ptt switcher is all (some claim that isolation

transformers are a must but here it works without them)



Dg9bfc



sigi

> -----Urspr.ngliche Nachricht-----

> Von: multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com] Im Auftrag

> von Marvin

> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 29. M.rz 2012 10:16

> An: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

> Betreff: [multipsk] Info requested

>

>

>

> Stupid question number one - those of us in our late 80's are entitled -

> after 35 years of straight key and SSB, I want to go digital. I am using

> Windows XP, FT-450D and SignaLink USB into a dummy load (Heathkit

> Cantenna, remember them?) as I am building an antenna to go with the gear

> that replaced the 35 year old rig. Digipan 2.0 appears to work into the

> dummy - Rig shows power output, SigLink Monitor gives tx sounds so I think

> I've got that sedt up OK. But I want to use MultiPSK for its many modes.

>

> Where can I find info on setting it up to use the mentioned setup?

>

> Other rig is an IC-718 with DigiMaster PRO. Interesting gadget - about

> same price as SigLink but can use all modes and has CAT ability.

>

> Thanks for any help you can give,

>

> Marvin, G0CRD

>

>



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#13463 Mar 29, 2012

Sigi, Thanks afor the information. I had entered personaldata and the sound card already. Just emtered the DOM port used in DDigipan andit all seems to work. It is just too easy to be true !! (still on the dummyload) Many thanks,  Marvin



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#13466 Mar 29, 2012

Multipsk has so many modes that it is complicated enough to use hi hi



So keep on learning :-)



Dg9bfc



Sigi



Ps if it works on dummy then GET ON THE AIR ... cause learning by doing is

the best *g*

> -----Urspr.ngliche Nachricht-----

> Von: multipsk@yahoogroups.com [mailto:multipsk@yahoogroups.com] Im Auftrag

> von Marvin

> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 29. M.rz 2012 13:04

> An: multipsk@yahoogroups.com

> Betreff: Re: AW: [multipsk] Info requested

>

>

>

> Sigi,

>

> Thanks afor the information. I had entered personal data and the sound

> card already. Just emtered the DOM port used in DDigipan and it all seems

> to work. It is just too easy to be true !! (still on the dummy load)

>

> Many thanks,

>

> Marvin

>

>



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#13584 Apr 10, 2012

Sigi, Many thanks for the advice and support. Have had awife sick in bed the last 10 days so no actibity. Hope to be on bly theweekend. Incidently you were the only one who answrered myquestion - everyone seems to be into Lentus. So Thanks again. Marvin, G0CRD----- Original Message -----From:siegfried jackstienTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Thursday, March 29, 2012 10:39PMSubject: AW: AW: [multipsk] Inforequested

 Multipsk has so many modes that it is complicated enough to use hihi

So keep on learning :-)

Dg9bfc

Sigi

Ps if itworks on dummy then GET ON THE AIR ... cause learning by doing isthe best*g*


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