[WriteLog] TS-850 & FSK - getting closer
Fri, 27 Oct 2000 22:17:08 -0400
Yes- I see. When I uncheck that, the rig no longer keys up as you said.
Now, the remaining problem is how the port I want to use to control the PTT
and FSK is defined. When I try to assign it using the Port menu item on the
RTTY window, I get an error message box saying the port is not available.
>From a Windows standpoint, it's there and operational. How do I define the
port to Writelog, or is that necessary?
Here's the current Ports section of my Writelog.ini file:
I've not modified anything here. By the way, when I go to SETUP - PORTS on
the main Writelog window, COM4 is there, but not checked as a rig or CW
Floyd Sense - Angier, NC
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Hill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Floyd Sense" <sentek@SprintMail.com>
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2000 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] TS-850 & FSK - getting closer
> WriteLog will key your PTT line if you have radio control and you have
> it set in the Ports setup in the main WriteLog window. Look on the
> far right hand side in that window, it says COMM PTT. If you have it
> as yet, it will PTT your rig when you key up WriteLog.
> 73, Don AA5AU
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Floyd Sense" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 27, 2000 8:01 PM
> Subject: [WriteLog] TS-850 & FSK - getting closer
> > Looks like initially I'll be using the soundboard for receive and FSK
> > transmit. It occurred to me that I can let my DSP-599ZX handle the
> > conversion from the RS-232 to the levels the 850 needs. I already use
> > PTT line that way when using PSK via Digipan. So, now the question is
> > to define the DSP-599 to Writelog so that will work. While thinking
> > that, I ran into this and haven't yet figured out why it's doing what
> > doing:
> > I opened the RTTY Type ahead window, and pressed the Transmit button
> > see what would happen. Oddly enough, it keyed my PTT line! I can't
> > anywhere where I've defined this com port (com2) to Writelog. When I go
> > to the Port menu item on the Rttyrite screen and select com2, it says
> > port is not available. I looked at writelog.ini, and don't see where
> > is specified for anything other than as an installed port under "Ports".
> > How is Writelog finding out about com2 and connecting to it??
> > K8AC
> > Floyd Sense - Angier, NC
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