Re: [multipsk] Operational question on MultiPSK


Mar 17, 2008

 


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#4806 Mar 17, 2008

Hello All

Have used MultiPSK for a while and it has performed well.

I got into an unmanageable pile up on 20M RTTY this morning and could not copy anyone. I decided to work split. I have done this on PSK 31 by pushing the XIT button and right clicking the place for my transmit then announcing I am listening up. It appears the XIT feature is not available in RTTY.

Does no one use RTTY on split. I am going to have to find another program that will accomodate split or figure this one out. I can work split on the transciever (FT 1000) but if someone is ending off my recieve freq I can't click on them because my Transmit freq changes..we are chasing each other forever. Any comments appreciated.

73

Randy V73RY





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#4808 Mar 17, 2008

GM Randy, I have not had real good luck the couple of times I have tried to used the XIT function in MULTIPSK.  It doesn't seem to work the way I think it should.  That being said,  Since you can do "split" on your transceiver. I would set the TX frequency where you want it by using the TX VFO and audio frequency combination.  Then manually tune the RX VFO or RIT so that it puts the calling station on the same audio frequency as MULTIPSK is TXing on.  I know it's not the easiest way, but it will get the job done. I have a couple of other programs that put two cursors on the water fall when in the 'split' mode and allow you to move the RX and TX frequency around at will which is the nicest way to do it. Dave K3GAU  

>>> Randy Young n5le@...> 3/17/2008 3:31 AM >>>

Hello AllHave used MultiPSK for a while and it has performed well.I got into an unmanageable pile up on 20M RTTY this morning and could not copy anyone. I decided to work split. I have done this on PSK 31 by pushing the XIT button and right clicking the place for my transmit then announcing I am listening up. It appears the XIT feature is not available in RTTY.Does no one use RTTY on split. I am going to have to find another program that will accomodate split or figure this one out. I can work split on the transciever (FT 1000) but if someone is ending off my recieve freq I can't click on them because my Transmit freq changes..we are chasing each other forever. Any comments appreciated.73Randy V73RY

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#4810 Mar 17, 2008

Hello Randy, XIT is only available in several modes as PSK31,CW. It can be managed from the configuration window  or more simply byclicking over the waterfall with the right button of the mouse (you clickwhere you want to transmit, the RX frequency being fixed). I add the XIT on RTTY 45 bauds on my wisheslist. 73Patrick   ----- Original Message -----From:Randy YoungTo: multipsk@yahoogroups.comSent: Monday, March 17, 2008 8:31AMSubject: [multipsk] Operational questionon MultiPSK

Hello AllHave used MultiPSK for a while and it has performed well.Igot into an unmanageable pile up on 20M RTTY this morning and could not copyanyone. I decided to work split. I have done this on PSK 31 by pushing the XITbutton and right clicking the place for my transmit then announcing I amlistening up. It appears the XIT feature is not available in RTTY.Does noone use RTTY on split. I am going to have to find another program that willaccomodate split or figure this one out. I can work split on the transciever(FT 1000) but if someone is ending off my recieve freq I can't click on thembecause my Transmit freq changes..we are chasing each other forever. Anycomments appreciated.73RandyV73RY

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