Ver. 1.9.1 by K1JT
WSJT-X settings using HRD Rig Control
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via USB Programming CI-V Cable (COM 3)
and USB A-B Cable for Sound Card using
Icom USB driver v. 1.30 (COM 5).
Picture # 1 is from HRD (Connect).
To run JT65 / JT9 / FT8 programs,
it is necessary to install a time
synchronization tool on the PC.
See your correct time here.
Setup pics for MMTTY RTTY (FSK).
Using One CI-V Cable and One USB Cable.
Last picture shows DM780 FSK how to.
Images showing my settings for
N1MM Logger + Spectrum Monitor and
connection of the Digital interface in N1MM logger+, for MMTTY (RTTY FSK) and MMVARI (BPSK31 / 63/125/250). For this, a Virtual Serial Port Emulator (VSPE) is used on COM5>COM10 and a USB cable.
In this setup, I also use my CI-V cable on COM3, which allows me to use my HRD Rig Control in addition to the CAT control that N1MM Logger + gives me.
N1MM Logger+ Configurer.
HAM Radio DeLuxe QSO Forwarding N1MM
Images showing QSO Forwarding settings from N1MM Logger + to HRD LogBook.
N1MM, Config>Configure Ports..> Broadcast Data
HRD Logbook, Configure>QSO Forwarding
These changes started from HRD v.220.127.116.116
WSJT-X settings are omitted here. Do not want to miss JTAlert's many features.
RTTY Power Level:
RTTY (FSK) shifts the RF output frequency between mark and space frequencies.
Because FSK has only frequency changes (no amplitude changes) the output does not have to be linear in order to prevent distortion like it does with PSK31 and many other modes.
On PSK31 (AFSK) I can run 30-60W out at
0 % ALC display.
In RTTY (FSK) I drive around 100 - 500W
The radio command port (TX tab in MMTTY setup) cannot be shared when using FSK keying.
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