I just looked at the Manual on the FT 1000 D and it has a FSK Din plug #15
on the back of the rig like my ft 1000MP. I'd have to compair the din plug
to see if the connections are the same as mine and if so I can draw you a
wiring diagram for the Timewave PK-232 DSP unit.
Or wire the connection according to the 4 pin Din plus to the the TNC and
your in business.
If you don't want to go through the wiring process MFJ makes universal Box
that you can plug your mike jack into then to the mic jack on the rig for
AFSK but I agree with Bill I only use the FSK connection.
Let me know if you need more help.
73s de W4DJ
>From: Bill Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Ronald A. Stunden" <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: [RTTY] FT1000D FSK
>Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 16:52:11 -0800
>At 09:42 AM 3/13/2006, Ronald A. Stunden wrote:
> >The manual for the 1000 D says for rtty set to set the Mic gain to
> >Mid Scale indication, Meaning Meter mid Scale, or ALC mid scale, I
> >know that the 1000d is not real FSK but an internal audio or AFSK.
> >Anyone else using a 1000D on fsk??? Thanks Ron
>They mean power mid scale, assuming you are using AFSK. The audio
>drive level should be low enough that there is NO indication of ALC
>action at all.
>If I may make a suggestion: Connect your rig for FSK if at all
>possible. With FSK there is no chance of overdriving, and the ALC
>meter does not need watching at all. Any amount of ALC will cause no harm.
>This is true for all transceivers, not just the FT-1000D.
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