I'm not sure as to whether this is correct place for this question, but it
is possible that I can get the answer here.
I've become interested in RTTY and have great success using my Drake TR-7
in this mode...Just flip the mode switch to RTTY, add your interface and
software and you're good to go.
The story is quite different with the FT 1000D. Using the same interface
and software, with the mode at RTTY/LSB I can read the RTTY signal with no
problem. However, there seems to be a slight off-set between xmit an
receive, the station on the other end doesn't appear to see my signal. The
only difference between being in RTTY/LSB and LSB appears to be that the
offset problem is resolved, but still no joy on my signal being recognized.
Dip switches 3, 4, 5 and 6 and in the off position as is the speech processor.