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Autotrack steppir SDA200 with FTD101D

rushforthleslie
 

Thanks for reading this posting
Anybody got any ideas on how to get the 101 to talk to the steppir SDA2000 controller ?.
Many thanks Les....G4RIQ.


Re: MMTTY & FTDX101D

Rejean Leveille
 

Hi Jeff,

Good to know this is working. I was there before with the same problem until I found how to see the FSK COM port address without erasing MTTY,,,

73, Rejean, va2am


Re: MMTTY & FTDX101D

j
 

Rejean, Sri typo in ur name last email jeff


On Oct 11, 2020, at 7:51 PM, j via groups.io <jacantor9@...> wrote:

Reject,  Tnx, got it working, best 73,  jeff K1zn 


On Oct 11, 2020, at 12:35 PM, Rejean Leveille <rejva2am@...> wrote:

If you were using USB Codec, you must use EXT 64 for FSK with RTTY-L mode.
Next open your MTTY program, you will see RTTY icon at your bottom screen, place your mouse cursor over and you will see 2 screens, to select EXTFSK 2.0
To take a look at your COM port status, If your PTT was DTR, then FSK output must be RTS.
You cannot use the same address command with the same Port number.
You do not have to return in configuration by just selecting the right one, this will overwrite the file.
Now go to your radio SPAN and select 1 kHz, if everything was fine, you will see 2 peaks, if not just one (carrier) when you send (TX) a buffer or letters,,,
73, Rejean, va2am


Re: MMTTY & FTDX101D

j
 

Reject,  Tnx, got it working, best 73,  jeff K1zn 


On Oct 11, 2020, at 12:35 PM, Rejean Leveille <rejva2am@...> wrote:

If you were using USB Codec, you must use EXT 64 for FSK with RTTY-L mode.
Next open your MTTY program, you will see RTTY icon at your bottom screen, place your mouse cursor over and you will see 2 screens, to select EXTFSK 2.0
To take a look at your COM port status, If your PTT was DTR, then FSK output must be RTS.
You cannot use the same address command with the same Port number.
You do not have to return in configuration by just selecting the right one, this will overwrite the file.
Now go to your radio SPAN and select 1 kHz, if everything was fine, you will see 2 peaks, if not just one (carrier) when you send (TX) a buffer or letters,,,
73, Rejean, va2am


Re: TX screen control?

S S <ske1eter@...>
 

Pretty arrogant response from someone who can't read a manual.


Re: MMTTY & FTDX101D

Rejean Leveille
 

If you were using USB Codec, you must use EXT 64 for FSK with RTTY-L mode.
Next open your MTTY program, you will see RTTY icon at your bottom screen, place your mouse cursor over and you will see 2 screens, to select EXTFSK 2.0
To take a look at your COM port status, If your PTT was DTR, then FSK output must be RTS.
You cannot use the same address command with the same Port number.
You do not have to return in configuration by just selecting the right one, this will overwrite the file.
Now go to your radio SPAN and select 1 kHz, if everything was fine, you will see 2 peaks, if not just one (carrier) when you send (TX) a buffer or letters,,,
73, Rejean, va2am


MMTTY & FTDX101D

j
 

I have MMTTY program set up with new FTDX101D and can print FB and key transmit and put out RF.  But msg back is “carrier only.”  What might the problem be?  Why no intelligence on RF output?

 

TNX, 73,  Jeff / K1ZN

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: TX screen control?

k4tj@...
 

Welcome to the group Jack, KZ5A. You are off to a wonderful start.
--
K4TJ


Re: SPE and CW problems

Alan Holdsworth <alanholdsworth@...>
 

Hi All

I would make all users aware that if you set the SPE fan noise to quiet in anything else but SSB (this this can introduce the first CW character to become garbled) my advice is always leave the fan noise setting to NORMAL MODE (ALL MODES)

de AlanH g8oo


Re: TX screen control?

Alan Brown
 

Take a few minutes read the first few pages on the front panel buttons.
you sound frustrated 


Re: TX screen control?

Patrick Bouldin KM5L
 
Edited

Agreed. Inappropriate Jack, he was trying to help you.
KM5L


Re: CT-178 cable to the Quadra

Steve - N3SL
 

Fascinating....and surprising, at best. And they want $75 for a
simple straight through DB15 and RCA cable.... Not for me!


On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 1:02 PM K7GQ <K7GQ@...> wrote:

Steve

When you tire of having to turn the Quadra on to get to an antenna, do what several of us have done and build your own BAND DATA 1 cable.
--
Harry K7GQ


Re: CT-178 cable to the Quadra

K7GQ
 

Steve

When you tire of having to turn the Quadra on to get to an antenna, do what several of us have done and build your own BAND DATA 1 cable.
--
Harry  K7GQ


Re: CT-178 cable to the Quadra

ON4CT
 

Steve

Indeed, that is what I read in the manual also.

Dirk
on4ct


Re: CT-178 cable to the Quadra

ray sylvester nr1r
 

i made a cable that connects the ftdx101mp to band data 1 and alc 1  on the quadra . that way the amp can stay off and feed thru as long as the v/p 1000 is switched on from the front panel


CT-178 cable to the Quadra

Steve - N3SL
 

Just received my 101d after owning and running the FT2000 for nearly 23 years with the Quadra.  Am I wrong in concluding the connection from the 101d to the Quadra can be a simple "straight thru" male/male DB15, with a separate RCA/RCA connection for the ALC???  That's how I read the pinouts.  


Re: TX screen control?

Rejean Leveille
 

Hi
Also if you recorded a message you then can analyze it with the AF-FFT your frequency voice peak during the transmission. One way to see what the equalizer does.
Off voice subject, there are many front panel function keys that will have 2 functions depending if you just pressed or holding them for 2 seconds.
This is good for everyone to read the operator manual time to time ,,,

73, Rejean, va2am


Re: TX screen control?

Brian Smithson <brianesmithson@...>
 

Jack, if you select "MULTI" you will see an oscilloscope on the left and AF-FFT on the right, as well as the waterfall above it. When you transmit, those waveforms will reflect the transmitted audio. Each can be adjusted for gain/attenuation and resolution/time intervals. 

In addition, on my radio, I see two meters at the top when I transmit and both can be changed with regard to what they display - Power out, compression, and Temp on the left, ALC, VDD, ID, and SWR on the right.

None of this seems useless to me, and I think this is what Ray was alluding to. 

73

-Brian n8wrl

On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 7:58 AM Jack Brabham - KZ5A <kz5a.jack@...> wrote:
Thanks for the non-reply.  I take it you don't have a clue about the question.  Hopefully someone else will.

73 Jack KZ5A


Re: TX screen control?

Jack Brabham - KZ5A <kz5a.jack@...>
 

Thanks for the non-reply.  I take it you don't have a clue about the question.  Hopefully someone else will.

73 Jack KZ5A


Re: TX screen control?

ray sylvester nr1r
 

bottom of the screen are  7 screen modules to play with 

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