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It does it if I select Tune, transmits a carrier, de-select Tune, stops TX, on RX, say someone is calling CQ, klick on their callsign, WSJT poplates the various boxes, goes to TX at the right time - No Tones, no TX output, nothing !!!
On Monday, 22 February 2021, 19:48:30 GMT, neil_zampella <neilz@...> wrote:
Try using 'Halt Tx' button rather than use the Tune button as a
On 2/22/2021 12:58 PM, Derek Brown via
I had a similar problem on
Ver 2.3 this afternoon using a IC-9700, if I hit Tune I get a
tone out , if I then went enable tx and call CQ, radio would
click over to TX, but no tone sent, no RF from 9700, in USB-D1
and all connectors correct, rebooted PC no change, checked Com
port settings all OK, I run HRD and then use that to CAT
control WSJT-X, checked Audio settings in WSJT-X - RX ok, and
TX looked ok. in then end it seemed to start working again.
Will try and see if it does it again later and note steps
taken to restore normal functionality.
73 Derek G8ECI.
On Monday, 22 February 2021, 16:16:13 GMT, Robert
PowerSDR OpenHPSDR mRX PS v3.4.9
Band change by WSJT-X v 2.3.2
Reverted to 2.2.2 and the feature is gone.
I also would get a report of my own station with 30db
some time even with band change.
Bob - wd6dod
10:35 PM, Reino Talarmo wrote:
Starts to be interesting. For
records which rig, program version, Radio,
General settings and perhaps how exactly band
change is operated may be needed before this
behavior can be repeated.
73, Reino OH3mA
can confirm the OP's report. I have exactly the
same problem with CAT
keying. The rig keys up but no audio after band
change tune or tx. Halt and
tx restores mostly.
Bob - wd6dod
On 2/21/2021 9:50
AM, Randy Reynard wrote:
Answers to the
questions - and / or comments:
you Stop monitoring and Halt Tx before a band
> No, I didn't need to stop
monitoring in prior versions. I never change
bands during a TX so the 2nd part of that
question doesn't apply.
> The RFI question doesn't apply because I'm
never transmitting when this happens. The PTT
method I use is CAT. The radio goes into TX with
no issues, but there's just no audio.
So after changing the band you have received a
full timeslot to spot somebody and
double-clicked his call, I assume. And your Tx
has gone to transmit at the beginning of next
appropriate TX cycle, but no audio. After
noting that you use “halt Tx” and “Enable Tx”
and still no audio. Or did I missed something?
Or do you have “Double-click on call sets Tx
enable” unticked and you use “Enable Tx” to
>Your assumption is correct. I'm
waiting for a callsign to show up - after a
decode - than double clicking on it to initiate
a response, and yes during the beginning of an
appropriate TX cycle. The second part of your
question is no longer valid, as I've discovered
that a "halt/enable" cycle does restore audio
this “no audio after band change” happen also,
when you try to send a CQ in the next
available Tx period after band change? I
assume that there is no confusion about “Tx
even/1st “ and
which time-slot is used for transmission.
> I don't know, because I always
listen for other stations and respond after a
band change. I understand the "TX even/1st"
concept. I've been using this program for well
over a year and haven't had any issues until
have assumed that audio is sent at the same
time as CAT has commanded PTT on. By the way
which PTT method you are using and which rig
we are talking about? We have some unknown
issue in your system.
>As I have answered or provided
before, I am using CAT control to command PTT.
The rig is an ICOM 7300, I now know of at least
3 other 7300 owners with the same issue, as well
as Yaesu and other ICOM models. Others i have
contacted agree that nothing changed in their
setup except to upgrade to 2.3.0. They can all
restore the transmitted audio by doing a
I appreciate your interest and support - I hope
my answers are understandable.