I know with my Kenwood TS-850 and Rigblaster , I had to go in the menu and
reverse the FSK so I wouldn't be reversed when I transmitted...
On 4/2/2010 2:51:04 PM, James Colville (email@example.com) wrote:
> Your 950 probebly has possitive pulldown. In other words, the rig has a
> pull-up reistor that pulls the FSK line up to 5, 9 or 12 volts. The
> rigblaster has an open collector that will pull this line low.
> Exactly what you need! You MAY have to change the FSK polairty in the
> system of the rig. Just make sure you check with someone on the air to
> sure your transmitting "right side up" and not upside down.
> I can help you with that on 40 or 20 meters some evening.
> Jim W7RY
> On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 9:34 AM, JayKay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Thanks for the quick responses folks.
> > I have a Rigblaster Pro collecting dust so it appears I can use that
> > MTTY s/w.
> > The last question is dealing with my TS950 FSK input jack (RCA phono).
> > Rigblaster Pro speaks of a positive pull down and at this time
> I'm not sure
> > if the TS950 has that. I'll check out the schematic but
> has anyone
> > interfaced the Rigblaster Pro FSK OUTPUT with the FSK input of the
> > Thanks in advance
> > Jay
> > W2IJ
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