[ct-user] QSX Reversed
Bob Naumann - N5NJ
Bob Naumann - N5NJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 27 Mar 2000 15:27:28 +0100
Is this a case where CT isn't "smart enough" to figure out a backwards
normal: DX de N5NJ: 7088.4 RW2F QSX 7188.4
backwards: DX de N5NJ: 7188.4 RW2F QSX 7088.4
I'm not sure this occurred, but I had no trouble with my TS850SAT on
numerous spots on 40m this past weekend.
Robert E. Naumann
N5NJ / V26O
Plano, TX USA
ex KR2J, V26RN, W6V, WA2OVE
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Doherty <email@example.com>
To: Gilmer, Mike <firstname.lastname@example.org>; 'CT-USER'
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2000 14:48
Subject: Re: [ct-user] QSX Reversed
> tnx .. K1TH also had it happen... 940...
> Ken said that possibly we were
> transmitting so it was reversed .. but when we were working the WPX
> Sunday it happened again on 40.. we had entered a DX call .. BUT
> momentarily keyed the transmitter .. a fraction of a second.. on
> cleared my throat .. then hit ALT-F3.. and it was reversed ... we
> hit ALT-F3 while in transmit .. we hit ESC to clear the ALT-F3..
> hit ALT-F3 again .. but it was still reversed .. we then tried to
> duplicate what happened with another call .... but could not do it
> ... we will try again this morning to see if we can reproduce what
> Whitey K1VV
> "Gilmer, Mike" wrote:
> > If I dare say, this seems to be a Kenwood problem.
> > I posted at least two emails this month describing exactly this
> > other manifestations of VFO problems. It seems to work "both
ways" (with CT
> > 9.48), that is, the 940 can send "bad" data to CT for ALT-F3
usage, and CT
> > (the bandmap/announce window) often sends "bad data" to the 940.
> > I also posted info on this one year ago - so it's been a problem
> > while.
> > Another argument for "going solo" ;-)
> > Mike N2MG
> > On Sunday, March 26, 2000 9:39 AM, Robert Doherty
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > WPX & CT9.49.008 ... TS-850
> > > After about six entries on 40 phone and posting the DX splits
> > > .. ALT-F3..
> > > the next one came up reversed ...like this.
> > >
> > > DX OE8SKQ 7213.0 QSX 7092.0
> > >
> > > Any one clicking on the band map would have ended up
transmitting out of
> > > the band.
> > > Has any one else had this problem?? We had it happen one time
> > > with
> > > CT9.48.
> > >
> > > Whitey K1VV
> > >
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