Another thing that get's overlooked is if your transmitted signal moves when you switch modes to outside of where thew receiving station would normally expect to see it with the RsID on.
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In these cases, setting the "Searches passband" check box would look in the entire audio passband for the signal.
Also if you have the "Disables detector" check box set, it will disable the RsID after each successful decode and you will need to manually enable it again.
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 10:53:18PM -0500, Charles Hargrove wrote:
A very simple rule is to turn on the receive and transmit ID for all
modes except SSB, CW, null and WWV. Limit all of your connections to
1500 Hz by permanently setting it and leave RxID/TxID on at all times.
On 2/18/2018 10:48 PM, Greg Depew wrote:
I believe you also have to have Configure>ID>receive modes and transmit--
modes all checked. Even then our group still has trouble with modes
always shifting like they are supposed to.
Charles J. Hargrove - N2NOV
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on 7.036 Mhz USB (alt 3.536)/1500 hz waterfall spot; MFSK-16 or 32
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