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Re: RigPi Mumble Configuration Icom IC 7300 Audio Issue #ic-7300 #mfj-1234 #mumble

Ranjith Unnikrishnan
 

Hello Harold

Thanks very much for the advise

I downloaded the dat file form the link provided.

When i tried to load the settings from the SD card, i am denied a copy, and what i see is  " illegal data "  .

Does it have any region preference ?

Thanks for your time and help

73

Jith
Vu2oy

Re: TS 2000 no PTT

Don Domina
 

An update as promised.  I have installed the new MFJ 1234 RSS provided by MFJ.  Out of the box, it worked.  I used the HamLib settings for the TS2000, restarted the RSS and it came up fine.  I pressed the PTT on the screen and it keyed the radio.  Apparently gone is the "sluggish" and "inconsistent" response I was getting with the original device once I was able to get it to key.  I would surmise that when MFJ looks at the original device (which I am returning) they will find more questionable solder joints.

I am now working through the needed port forwarding changes.  My router is different from the one in the Howard's manual but I am hopeful that I can conquer it.  I have successfully used port forwarding with other devices in the past.

Thanks to all that assisted.  This chain had 121 entries.  There were a lot of good folks who pitched in to help.  This forum is awesome.

Thanks again,

Cheers.

Don KC0DE

Re: Mumble and pitunnel

George Miller W3GWM
 

I spoke too soon. I can connect when I give the name of the server as RigPi.local on my LAN, but I'm not able to connect from the WAN.

I've create a second tunnel pitunnel.com:10250  
destination local.host:64738
name=Mumble

I think my problem is the destination. Should I set this to something else? what should I be entering in Mumble to get a connection from outside my LAN?

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George W3GWM

Re: Mumble and pitunnel

George Miller W3GWM
 

I think I have figured it out. 

Pitunnel  —port=64388  —name=mumble

i seem to be connected now. 
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George W3GWM

Mumble and pitunnel

George Miller W3GWM
 

I've got everything working properly on my local LAN and I’m using pitunnel to connect RigPi to the WAN. Do I need another pitunnel for Mumble?

What information do I need to set up another pitunnel? I’m not using the free version of pitunnel so I can have more than 1 tunnel to the WAN. 

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George W3GWM

Icom CI/V ECHO ON and POWER ON via VNC connection

Bo Barry <bobarr@...>
 

I thought I could conquer this with macros within the RigPi program, but it doesn't work.
First the Icom MUST have ECHO BACK ON to power on the radio!
Surely there is a way from the pi via VNC to do the POWER ON AND ECHO BACK ON commands (If the cute RigPi box is ON).
Going Googling to see if I can find a way.

Also having problems making the USB codec the default. Every trick I try quits working. A desktop app allows it to be set.

Enjoying the cute thing and learning more about Linux daily.
73, Bo W4GHV

Re: IC-9100 all working EXCEPT no TX audio

borre.gulliksen@...
 

Hi Charlie

I have the same problem with TX audio on my IC 7300 Rx audio works fine. Did you find the problem?

73-LB1R Borre

Re: Kenwood TM-V71

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Thank you for uploading your configuration settings for the TM-V71, Jay!

73, Howard W6HN

Re: Help - All Macros just disappeared

Howard Nurse, W6HN
 

Hi Bryan,

(Thanks, Jim!)

You can use PHPMyAdmin to take a look at the macro field in the RadioInterface database.  There is one record for each radio, each radio belongs to a separate account.  Here is how to proceed:

  1. From the Raspberry Pi desktop, start phpMyAdmin from the Application menu Programming selection.
  2. Username is root, password is 7388
  3. Expand the station table, then click RadioInterface to open it.
  4. Scroll to the right until you see Macros.
  5. If the first Macro field is NOT empty, triple-click the data to select it, then copy to an email to me.
  6. If it IS empty, you can triple-click the second record's data, copy and paste into the first record.  That will give you the default starting point.

73, Howard W6HN

Re: How do I set the date and time accurately on the RigPi? #wsjt-x

William E Keicher KC1HTT
 

Mark,

Thanks!  My wireless internet connection is in and out in my basement where my radios are located.  Eventually, the date and time were updated after re-booting several times.  Some of the software was also updated.  Now on to connecting my ICOM 7300!

73,

Bill, KC1HTT


On 9/30/2019 1:53 PM, Mark Weisheimer wrote:
Hello Bill,

If you have an internet connection, then Raspbian OS on RigPi uses Internet Time.
To set your time zone and localization:
Go to the Raspbian desktop, click on the Raspberry symbol on the upper left, drop down to Preferences, then click on Raspberry Pi Configuration
There will be tabs in that window and you choose Localisation and do both Set Locale and Set Timezone, Ending with OK.
If you do not have Internet connection to the RigPi (or any Raspberry Pi for that matter) then you will need a GPS module for timing.

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'A RigPi Enthusiast!' - I am not otherwise affiliated with MFJ or RigPi
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Re: RigPi Mumble Configuration Icom IC 7300 Audio Issue #ic-7300 #mfj-1234 #mumble

Harold Rosee
 

Al,

After you load my July file go and check the call in your radio.  If it has my call in it then you know it loaded correctly.  Of course, change it to your call.

Harold

Re: RigPi Mumble Configuration Icom IC 7300 Audio Issue #ic-7300 #mfj-1234 #mumble

Harold Rosee
 

Al,

Do me a favor and reset your radio to factory.  If you don't know how look in the manual.

Closely follow my instructions here again.

https://groups.io/g/RigPi/files/Rig%20Configuration%20Information/ICOM/ICOM%20IC-7300%20Setup.pdf

If it still doesn't work send me an email with your phone number and I will call you and help you figure it out.

It has worked for way too many people so I can understand what is going on.  This is one setting we can change after you get it working but try it again like it is.

Thanks,

Harold
W5ZZT

My email is good on QRZ

Re: Help - All Macros just disappeared

Jim Kravetz - KK5VG
 

Hey, Bryan. I had this happen to me several times in the past. Same issue. I was unable to recover any of the macros that I had installed. The only good thing was that I kept a list of everything that I had. Then it was only “cut & paste”. Howard said that he is working on a way to “save & install” in an update to the macros that we add. 

Jim

Re: How do I set the date and time accurately on the RigPi? #wsjt-x

Mark Weisheimer
 

Hello Bill,

If you have an internet connection, then Raspbian OS on RigPi uses Internet Time.
To set your time zone and localization:
Go to the Raspbian desktop, click on the Raspberry symbol on the upper left, drop down to Preferences, then click on Raspberry Pi Configuration
There will be tabs in that window and you choose Localisation and do both Set Locale and Set Timezone, Ending with OK.
If you do not have Internet connection to the RigPi (or any Raspberry Pi for that matter) then you will need a GPS module for timing.

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73 - Mark - K8MHW
'A RigPi Enthusiast!' - I am not otherwise affiliated with MFJ or RigPi

How do I set the date and time accurately on the RigPi? #wsjt-x

William E Keicher KC1HTT
 

Running WSJT-X applications such as JT65B and FT8 requires having a computer clock set to within 0.1 seconds of NIST time.  How do I set the date and time on the RigPi?

Bill,

KC1HTT

Re: Kenwood TS-480HX and RigPi

W4TNY
 

On Sat, Sep 28, 2019 at 06:09 PM, Perry Ogletree wrote:
Perry, thanks. I will use the MiniDIN6 cable which seems the best case. I plan to use the "CableCreation USB to RS232 adapter with PL2303 chipset" I assume (hope) I'll be able to load the driver on the RipPi.

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73, Ralph W4TNY

Re: Mumble and Kenwood TS-480

George Miller W3GWM
 

There's a menu setting to switch Audio input to the Data Jack and another to increase the audio level. I think I have it working, however the transmit audio has an echo.

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George W3GWM

Re: Mumble and Kenwood TS-480

George Miller W3GWM
 

Hi Howard --
I connected audio out from my TS-480 to RXIN and am able to pass audio from the radio to a remote RSS. 

Now I need to pass audio from the Client to the TS-480. The microphone connector on the TS-480 is an RJ-45 connector. I don'

Wh
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George W3GWM

Re: Mumble setup

George Miller W3GWM
 

I'm connected to Mumble now and have audio on the remote client. 

I am not able to send audio to the transmitter. What should I do here?
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George W3GWM

RigPi Mumble Configuration Icom IC 7300 Audio Issue #ic-7300 #mfj-1234 #mumble

Al Mesa
 

Hello,
I am looking for any advice that help me get the audio work in the RigPi and Icom IC 7300.
I already checked messages related IC 7300, I followed configuration instructions for RigPI, Mumble and RigPI founded in a couple pdf's documents ( #2926  ) but I can't make the audio work.
Transmission work without issues, I am able to control the radio.
I use a USB cable to connect the IC 7300 to the MFJ 1234.
I upload the  july11.dat file to my Icom per message/configuration instructions.
I selected USB Audio_Codec in the RasPi. and "default" to Audio Input and Audio Output in Mumble
I configured the IC 7300 per message instructions #2926  

Thank you for any advice or recommendation.

Al
W4RAM