Re: wsjt-x and Odyssey 2
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Great news. Looking forward to what the leads to 😊
Fra: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> På vegne af Simon Brown
I’m getting the CAT support working properly with WSJT-X and will text on 40m this evening using the ANAN 10E and ‘Amplification’ 😊 .
Simon Brown, G4ELI
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Marc olanie
Sent: 01 April 2019 15:15
Subject: Re: [ody-sdr] wsjt-x and Odyssey 2
I’m not a FT8/WSTJ-X user, and I don’t have any Odyssey transceiver. But all rigs belonging to the OpenHPSDR family have approximately the same behavior.
Did you try to install VB Cable
These utilities can redirect any audio output to another software audio input and vice versa. In other words, everything going out from SDR-console/SDR-Radio or PowerSDR can be “plugged” on the FT8 audio input
The “audio plug” selection can be made in the “receive” tab, “option” icon, “device” branch of the new pop-up window
As you can see, the virtual audio cable input or any voicemeeter audio input can be selected in the “available playback” list.
In the QSTJ-X software, audio configuration interface, you’ll have to choose the corresponding “VB Audio cable output” or “voicemeeter output” in you audio input listbox
… and exactly the same way for transmitting (WSTJ-X audio out should use a second “vb-audio input” and the other side of this cable will be “plugged” in the “mic input” of SDR-Console)
I wrote -sorry, in French- a kind of “Virtual cable for dummies” using a FreeDV software as digital modulator, and SDR Sharp or PowerSDR as main SDR client. But images speak by themselves. The general logic approach is definitely the same with WSTJ-X an any kind of SDR client software