[CQ-Contest] Remote, Elecraft K3, Mumble, PC, AnyDesk - audio

K5WA k5wa at comcast.net
Wed Nov 16 12:36:59 EST 2022



You may be hearing the audio that is transferred through AnyDesk itself.
Since you don't need it for the radios, turn the station PC audio volume to
zero or mute it and see if the echo goes away.  There may be a setting
within AnyDesk that turns off the ability to transfer audio as well.


Good luck,

Bob K5WA



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Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2022 09:58:38 -0600

From: w5wz at w5wz.com <mailto:w5wz at w5wz.com> 

To: cq-contest at contesting.com <mailto:cq-contest at contesting.com> 

Subject: [CQ-Contest] Remote, Elecraft K3, Mumble, PC, AnyDesk - audio

                configuration help needed

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I'm working toward the remote operation of my station.  I have my Mumble
server working, with a channel for each radio.  At each operating position,
I connect the radio to the PC, and on that PC connect to Mumble as Rig-x,
and enter the channel Rig-x.


Remotely, I connect to the PC for Rig-x via AnyDesk, and also connect to
Mumble as W5WZ and enter the channel for Rig-x.  I can hear the received
audio from the receiver on the Mumble channel.  With vox enabled on my K3,
my spoken audio from the remote location via the Mumble channel does
properly key the transmitter.


BUT, the problem I am having is that my remotely spoken audio, while the
transmitter is keyed, is coming back into my ears via the Mumble channel
(causing me to babble!).  Monitor function on the K3 is turned off.


I feel like I'm missing something very simple.


Does anyone have any thoughts?


--Scott, W5WZ



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