Is the WriteLog mixer configured for microHAM CODEC output?
Is Writelog (RTTYrite) configured for Stereo Sound Board AFSK?
Is the radio assigned to the LEFT channel (or Sound Board
AFSK and only one radio)?
Have you set the IC-7600 for ACC audio input the "data" modes
(Data 1 Mod, Data 2 Mod, Data 3 Mod) = ACC?
Have you set microHAM Router Audio Switching FSK/DIGITAL to
Line Input (rear)?
Does microHAM Router properly detect LSB-D1 as "digital" and
place the black box around the FSK/Digital setting?
Does the 7600 have a separate mic gain setting for digital modes?
Many of the newer radios do ... often in a menu.
... Joe, W4TV
On 8/19/2010 1:53 PM, Gary AL9A wrote:
> I continue to be unable to get Rittyrite to function correctly when trying
> to run PSK. My setup info is in the message below from Aug. 14.
> Yesterday I was playing around with the DxbPSK software (modified WinPSK)
> that writes directly to my DXBase 2006 log. I noticed that when I
> transmitted from a F key memory buffer my MKII LCD screen would display
> "TRANSMITTING" while sending the message. When I go to WL and start
> Rittyrite and attempt to send a F key memory buffer the MKII LCD screen
> displays "PLAYING". This is what the MKII displays when playing SSB wav
> files from a memory location. As I've stated before it appears that with
> the IC-7600 in USB-D1 mode WL is for some reason sending the wav file
> messages from the SSB buffers rather than the text messages stored in the
> CW/RTTY message locations.
> I'm not sure if this is a problem with the IC-7600 radio driver or the way
> WL interfaces to Vista. I would like to try a test to see if the problem
> might lie in the IC-7600 radio driver. Before the driver for the IC-7600
> was added to WL I used the driver for the IC-7800 and that worked ok. I had
> to modify the hex address in the 7800 driver to make it the default for the
> 7600. Problem is I now am unable to remember the WL radio driver file name
> and where it is stored. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
> Gary AL9A
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gary AL9A"<email@example.com>
> To: "Writelog Reflector"<firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: August 14, 2010 9:04 PM
> Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Rittyrite PSK
>> Ok, making some progress, but now find I'm unable to transmit PSK. Here
>> is my configuration.
>> Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit, WriteLog V10.78K, Icom-7600, microHAM
>> microKEYER II. In Rittyrite I have the following selected: Com port None,
>> Mode BPSK, TU Type Sound Board AFSK. On the Setup/Ports menu I have DVK
>> type set to Windows sound board. I can receive PSK signals and they are
>> printing ok in Rittyrite. My problem is transmit.
>> I have the IC-7600 mode set to USB-D1 which mutes the mike and puts audio
>> output onto ACC1 pin 4. This configuration works with my normal PSK
>> software. In WL, when I press memory F key the radio goes into TX and the
>> MK II front panel LED's for PTT1 and SC (sound card) light up and the MK
>> II display screen shows "Playing", indicating it is playing a memory
>> message. Problem is I sometimes hear muted SSB audio messages playing and
>> other times I hear nothing at all. If I play an F key memory with no SSB
>> audio message assigned to it an error message pops up saying that the wav
>> file could not be found. That's an error message associated with USB or
>> LSB modes. I'm set as USB-D1. So why is WL playing wav files?
>> If I keep trying the F keys eventually the wav file audio ceases, but the
>> MK II indicates something is being played, I'm just not sure what. I
>> suspect it is still playing wav file recordings rather than the messages
>> in the CW/RTTY memory banks. There are no PSK tones in the headphones or
>> on the speaker and nothing is being printed to the Rittyrite screen. Both
>> S/Po and ALC meters show no output at all. (They did show output when the
>> audio memories were mistakenly being played and I could hear them.) I
>> don't believe there is a problem with the radio because it works fine with
>> DxbPSK used with my general logger.
>> I have never attempted to use PSK in WL before so I'm not sure if there is
>> a bug in V10.78K that wasn't there before or if there is an issue with the
>> sound card under Vista. I've checked all the sound card settings in Vista
>> and nothing is muted and the volume levels look appropriate. I know there
>> was a sound board issue with Vista and Rittyrite not working for CW in a
>> beta version of 10.78, but that was corrected with the latest release.
>> Unless there is something different about running BPSK instead of CW? If
>> anyone has an idea of what I should check next please let me know.
>> Gary AL9A
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