Odp: [WriteLog] Hal P38 & Squelch
Pawel SP7PS (ex SP7NMW)
Pawel SP7PS (ex SP7NMW)" <email@example.com
Sun, 12 Nov 2000 03:26:13 -0000
Regards the tuning indicator with HAL P-38, I suggest to connect the signal
from the transceiver also to sound card from the computer. What is for? I
open MMTTY software and close all the window of MMTTY except of tuning
indicator by WiteLog windows. And now I have perfect tuning indicator. I
even close the "original" tuning indicator of HAL P-38 .....
The only bed is that you can not record the voices from the band using sound
I have just put the view of my screen on the web, so you could see how I
configured the screen (17" monitor, single radio).
Pawel, SP7PS (SN7N in contests)
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Williss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2000 11:08 AM
Subject: [WriteLog] Hal P38 & Squelch
> Hi all,
> I enjoy the list, very interesting...
> I am a new convert to Writelog having just purchased the program.
> I have a few questions that the list may be able to help me with...
> 1.Using my HAL P38, is there any way of squelching the signal?
> I just get constant garbage when no station is been received...
> 2.Can I change the tuning indicator used with the P38?
> I would much prefer the soundcard type Tuning Indicator...if not, why
> 3.I have been unsuccessful at getting a PK232 working with writelog...it
> seems to load ok but in reality it doesn't, and is not actually
> "finding" the pk232.
> I cant't find anything to help me in the manual either...
> 4.Another problem is how, when I'm setting up my rtty exchanges with the
> keys, is how do I get the program to go back into rx mode after the
> message is sent, instead of idling at the mark tone?
> For example, if I push F2 it will send "QRZ DE VK5LA" but still keep
> How do I get it to drop back into RX?
> I hope some-one can help...
> Andy Williss - VK5LA
> Berri, South Australia
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