I am using windows OS 7. Writelog version 11.06a July 2012.
Interface is a microHam keyer USB DEVICE ROUTER 8.1.14 April 18, 2012.
Rig is Ten Tec Omni VII
The microham and writelog reads the freq. ok and also the mode. For some
reason I cannot get it to key the rig and also the cw decoder will not work at
I have set up the microham with Dx4win and flidgi and it works fine. Works
psk-31 and other modes on these two.
Writelog is the problem big time. Here is the setting from microham router.
PORTS page-----CAT com 5
Winkey---com2 both of these com ports show the red and green arrows and is
AUDIO SWITCHING page
fsk-----PTT2 REAR PANEL JACK
Pa checked Lna checked
WRITELOG SET UP
Ports rig Ten Tec Omni VII com 5 Baud 57600 comptt no
COM 2 CW
DVK windows sound
CW Keyer K1EL
CW PTT Page
none(e.g qsk) checked.
When I plug the key into the rear jack on the microham it will show a red light
flicking. Also when I hit a function key it will also show a red light
flicking. It seems to be sending a message but will not key the rig.
Under WriteLog program at the start up (edit the ini file) I changed the
cwpttcontrol under ports from 0 to 2. Still did not work. I changed it to 5
same thing. Change it back to 0 still not keying the rig. I know there must be
just some simple setting I am not getting. I followed the routers instructions
from Microham for WriteLog on how to set it up. It worked with Dx4win and
fldigi but not with writeLog.
My writelog sound mixer control settings are.
XMIT FROM PC------SPEAKERS ( CONEXANT HD AUDIO)
DVK mic--------Rear line in (CONEXANT HD AUDIO)
REC TO PS-----Rear line in (CONEXANT HD AUDIO)
AUDIO REVIEW-----SPEAKERS (CONEXANT HD AUDIO)
This is all I have for information on the problem. The cw decoder will not
show but will work with psk and fldigin two different programs works great. It
will also key fine with these two programs. Writelog seems to be the problem.
It will read and it will take the spots off of the band map and change freq ok.
CW seems to be the BIG problem.
Must be some help out there with this set up.
Thanks in advance Rog
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