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Re: Video - Where to start?

Don Poaps
 

I do have the Signalink cable for the Kenwood but the Draws has a (2) 6 pin din mounted on the Draws. I also have the Signalink 6 pin din to plug

Plugging the 6 pin into one of those female to female adapter to the 13 pin din (Kenwood) would that work?

73

Don va7dgp 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 15:54 Perry Ogletree <pogletree@...> wrote:

Tigertronics has a cable for the TS-2000, the SLUSB13K (ACCY) and you can either use the jumper wires and set them as required or get the SLMOD13K jumper module.

 

Perry K4PWO

 

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I should say I do not have a source for a cable like that. Old eyes and arthritis is my issue for soldering 

 

73

 

Don va7dgp 

 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 14:52 Don Poaps via Groups.Io <va7dgp=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I have my Draws Hat. I have a ts 2000 with 13 pin accessory plug. Can I use a 6 pin din with RJ45 (Signalink) to a female to female RJ45 adapter to 13 pin Signalink RJ45 cable. 

 

I have seen a cable like that out there 6 pin to 13 plug for Kenwood 

 

Later 

 

Don 

 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 12:34 km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:

Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.

73,
KM4ACK

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Re: Video - Where to start?

Perry Ogletree
 

Tigertronics has a cable for the TS-2000, the SLUSB13K (ACCY) and you can either use the jumper wires and set them as required or get the SLMOD13K jumper module.

 

Perry K4PWO

 

From: RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io <RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Don Poaps
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Subject: Re: [RaspberryPi-4-HamRadio] Video - Where to start?

 

I should say I do not have a source for a cable like that. Old eyes and arthritis is my issue for soldering 

 

73

 

Don va7dgp 

 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 14:52 Don Poaps via Groups.Io <va7dgp=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I have my Draws Hat. I have a ts 2000 with 13 pin accessory plug. Can I use a 6 pin din with RJ45 (Signalink) to a female to female RJ45 adapter to 13 pin Signalink RJ45 cable. 

 

I have seen a cable like that out there 6 pin to 13 plug for Kenwood 

 

Later 

 

Don 

 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 12:34 km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:

Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.

73,
KM4ACK

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Re: Video - Where to start?

Steve McGrane <temporarilyoffline@...>
 

You'd have to check all the pinouts in the lineup or get a cable from hammadeparts.com

I'm currently working on a cable for my 2m radio.


On Monday, May 27, 2019, Don Poaps <va7dgp@...> wrote:
> I have my Draws Hat. I have a ts 2000 with 13 pin accessory plug. Can I use a 6 pin din with RJ45 (Signalink) to a female to female RJ45 adapter to 13 pin Signalink RJ45 cable. 
> I have seen a cable like that out there 6 pin to 13 plug for Kenwood 
> Later 
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> On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 12:34 km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:
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>> Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.
>>
>> 73,
>> KM4ACK
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Re: Video - Where to start?

Don Poaps
 

I should say I do not have a source for a cable like that. Old eyes and arthritis is my issue for soldering 

73

Don va7dgp 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 14:52 Don Poaps via Groups.Io <va7dgp=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have my Draws Hat. I have a ts 2000 with 13 pin accessory plug. Can I use a 6 pin din with RJ45 (Signalink) to a female to female RJ45 adapter to 13 pin Signalink RJ45 cable. 

I have seen a cable like that out there 6 pin to 13 plug for Kenwood 

Later 

Don 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 12:34 km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:
Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.

73,
KM4ACK

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Re: Video - Where to start?

Don Poaps
 

I have my Draws Hat. I have a ts 2000 with 13 pin accessory plug. Can I use a 6 pin din with RJ45 (Signalink) to a female to female RJ45 adapter to 13 pin Signalink RJ45 cable. 

I have seen a cable like that out there 6 pin to 13 plug for Kenwood 

Later 

Don 

On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 12:34 km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:
Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.

73,
KM4ACK

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Re: Video - Where to start?

km4ack
 

Thanks Steve. I think you are right about the vids. I am suppose to be getting a DRAWS hat soon. I'll check out your playlist.

73,
KM4ACK


Re: Video - Where to start?

Steve McGrane <temporarilyoffline@...>
 

Great Video Jason!

I think both of us could put out a video once a week on something Pi+Ham related and never catch up with the amount of material out there.

Here is a series of videos that I'm working on for the DRAWS Pi Hat:


Currently 3 videos in the series.

Thanks
- Steve, KM9G


On Mon, May 27, 2019 at 6:27 AM km4ack <jason.oleham@...> wrote:
Just get a pi or finally want to start using a pi with your radio? Here is a video that will help get you going.

https://youtu.be/E1SEgPFQk4M

73,
KM4ACK
Find me on YouTube


Video - Where to start?

km4ack
 

Just get a pi or finally want to start using a pi with your radio? Here is a video that will help get you going.

https://youtu.be/E1SEgPFQk4M

73,
KM4ACK
Find me on YouTube


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Terry Morris
 

@N7NIX I was wrong about Lopez Island, WA being in a remote area. I dropped the location onto youtube and found several videos showing no remoteness. Your QTH is located in a haven.


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Terry Morris
 

You can't afford $35 for a raspberry pi?

Terry - KB8AMZ
Brimfield Twp, OH USA EN91hd
Linux User# 412308, Ubuntu User# 34905, PCARS#78, NAQCC#6668, QRP-ARCI#8855, SKCC#14195


On Wed, May 22, 2019 at 5:15 PM Randy Davenport ka4nma <pastor.spaceboy@...> wrote:
Wish I had a raspberry pi for digimodes
Randy ka4nma


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Dave
 

Problem solved.  In the Settings/ Radio menu the Mode choice was mistakenly USB.  It should be None because it all works nicely now.  I only found it while carefully comparing to my Win XP laptop setup that works fine.  Still don't get the green Test CAT button but that's OK. 
For the record my radio is a Yaesu FT-600 which is a ham/ land mobile/ marine version.  The FT-600 is not in the hamlib list but the FT-840 is the same age and apparently same CAT definition so I use the FT-840 Rig selection and interface cable.
-Dave k6dvd


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Randy Davenport ka4nma
 

Wish I had a raspberry pi for digimodes
Randy ka4nma


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Dave
 

Today I started all over with a new image but the result is the same.  Do you all see the "Test CAT" button (Settings, Radio) change color, green or red?  Mine is always gray.
-Dave k6dvd


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Bob Bennett
 

might be the monitor. That had happened to me. 


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

 

I use clamp on ferrites on USB and other cables attached to the Pi.  

On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 1:47 PM Jonathan Magee <jmagee@...> wrote:
I some times get that as well. I was wondering if it was due to RFI on the usb lead?

73 de Jonathan
 GI7KMC

On Tue, 21 May 2019, 21:25 Dave, <dvd@...> wrote:
Thanks for your suggestions.  I will try a different USB input on the Pi to see if there is a change.  Does the Cat Test button in the Radio Settings menu show color when pressed, that is, green for working or red not working?  Mine is always gray.
-Dave k6dvd



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Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Jonathan Magee
 

I some times get that as well. I was wondering if it was due to RFI on the usb lead?

73 de Jonathan
 GI7KMC

On Tue, 21 May 2019, 21:25 Dave, <dvd@...> wrote:
Thanks for your suggestions.  I will try a different USB input on the Pi to see if there is a change.  Does the Cat Test button in the Radio Settings menu show color when pressed, that is, green for working or red not working?  Mine is always gray.
-Dave k6dvd


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Dave
 

Thanks for your suggestions.  I will try a different USB input on the Pi to see if there is a change.  Does the Cat Test button in the Radio Settings menu show color when pressed, that is, green for working or red not working?  Mine is always gray.
-Dave k6dvd


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Bob Bennett
 

Dave,
   I run a Pi with my KX2. When I get that message is usually means a problem with the CAT between the radio and Pi. I find that the USB connection has  lost good connection on one end or the other. In my case as I use a USB extension cable, the connection there gets lose as the cable pulls in one direction or the other. I pull it out and put it back. Then restart wsjt-x. 

Bob nz2z


Re: Install WSJT-x ver 2.0.1 on PI3B+

Dave
 

I have a Pi 3B+ with WSJT-x 2,01 installed and it is ALMOST working properly.
First I should say that my CAT USB cable and audio cabling work using WSJT 2.01 running Win XP on Dell laptop.  My radio is Yaesu FT-840.

Switching cables to the Rasp Pi 3B+ running WSJT 2.01 and VNC server controlled from LAN desktop PC does the following:

Monitor button works. Messages are received normally.

Freq. control and Band changing work correctly. Sometimes I get an error message "Rig control error ..." but clicking Retry usually works.

Tune button works normally. No errors

Test CAT works but result is a gray inside button outline only, not ever green or red.  Test PTT places the radio in transmit but produces error message “Rig Failure Hamlib error. Invalid parameter while getting current VFO mode”.  PTT button goes red.

After sending CQ usually produces this error message: “Rig Control Error   Do you want to reconfigure the radio?”   I usually hit retry and the message goes away.

Auto Seq always gets hung up with the above error message.

Any suggestions to solve what seems to be a USB to serial communications problem?
Dave k6dvd


Re: New member

Terry Morris
 

Hello Randy,
I think you mean fldigi, not fldili. fldigi is a great program that runs well on Raspberry Pi. I haven't done anything with wsjt-x yet. Have fun.


Terry - KB8AMZ
Brimfield Twp, OH USA EN91hd
Linux User# 412308, Ubuntu User# 34905, PCARS#78, NAQCC#6668, QRP-ARCI#8855, SKCC#14195


On Fri, May 17, 2019 at 10:09 PM Terry Morris via Groups.Io <terry.kb8amz=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Funny how this thread began and has branched into to something entirely different, "New member Thanks for the add.  I am interested in getting a pi for wsjt-x and fldifli. I am disabled and low income. Any help is appreciated.

Randy ka4nma"

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