[WriteLog] [RTTY] Correction: WriteLog + 75 Baud
Joe Subich, W4TV
lists at subich.com
Sun Jun 6 09:42:17 PDT 2010
The problem is that the MMTTY plug-in does not change rates in
response to changing the mode menu in RTTYrite.
If you select 75 baud in RTTYrite, close MMTTY (close the RTTY
Window or change TU types) and then reopen MMTTY, the data rate
will be correct. The same process is required when going BACK
to 45.45 (60 WPM) from 75 baud.
... Joe, W4TV
On 6/6/2010 12:12 PM, Don Hill AA5AU wrote:
> WriteLog DOES transmit FSK and AFSK 75 Baud RTTY using the MMTTY
> plug-in for WriteLog.
> However, it doesn't work as you normally think it would. In my
> testing, I brought up my normal RTTY setup using the MMTTY plug-in at
> 45 baud. I then attempted to change the baud rate by going to the
> "Mode" menu in Rttyrite and selecting "75 baud (100 WPM) Baudot".
> When I transmitted, the rate remained at 45 baud.
> In order to change from 45 to 75 baud transmission, I had to go to
> the "Option" menu in the MMTTY RTTY Control panel and select
> "Setup(O)". In Setup, I had to go to the Decode tab and change
> BaudRate to 75.
> I was then able to transmit 75 baud RTTY using WriteLog and the MMTTY
> plug-in to WriteLog. This worked with my simple transistor FSK
> interface and my microHAM microKEYER.
> I working on a web page on this subject. I will announce it when
> it's finished.
> 73, Don AA5AU http://www.aa5au.com http://www.rttycontesting.com
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