Locked Re: Audio problem with WSJTX using Ubuntu 22.04LTS with SignaLink USB and Kenwood TS-2000 #pulseaudio #linux #Kenwood #WSJTX_config

Tim Dawson

That is close on name . . . I have two that are a couple years apart, and the device names vary a bit anyhow.

On January 24, 2023 11:15:34 AM CST, d_ziolkowski <dan.ziolkowski@...> wrote:

rather the selecting pulse, select the signalink direct,

for me they show up as "alsa input usb burr brown Texas Instruments usb
codec 00 analog stereo" (not exact quote)
same for output

also install pavucontrol for proper routing and levels to see what's going

hope that helps

Thanks Dan KC2STA

On Tue, Jan 24, 2023 at 11:24 AM Roger Reeves M0ROJ <m0roj@...>

I am returning to digital communications following a lengthy COVID
'holiday' and try as I may I cannot find workable settings for this
I am using PulseAudio in Ubuntu 22.04 and despite using 'pulse audio' in
the WSJTX 2.5.4 configuration audio settings - and also trying Alsa and
other settings - none give me any audio into WSJTX, or a transmit - yet
'pulse audio' is working with other apps' on the system and with system
The Signalink jumpers are as recommended by Tigertronics; although there
appears some confusion generally as to whether you also use the diode link
for the PTT/Mute to work correctly on a Kenwood TS2K. I have not used the
diode and have adhered to the Signalink settings advice, which does not
promote using it.
I'm using the SLCAB-13K connecting cable between the Signalink and the
TS-2000; which I believe is the correct one.
Help/advice would be greatly appreciated?
Thanks and 73 in advance.
Roger M0ROJ IO83pb

Dan Ziolkowski KC2STA
SKCC #4290T
Ubuntu LINUX

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