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locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Mike KM2B
 

Bill,

I will check that.   I may have been moved but generally that is where it is.   

Thank you again.

Mike
--
Mike - KM2B


locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Mike KM2B
 

William,

Good thought!   Thanks.  I will check for RFI this evening or in the morning and let you know.

Appreciate your response
--
Mike - KM2B


locked Re: Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Rob Robinett
 

Hi Bill,

Magic!  Thanks so much!

Decodes now work on not only a single wav file, but also on a list of wav files which together contain the signal.

Can I find a description of the meaning of the spot line fields?

73,

Rob

rob@Robs-MBP:/Users/rob/jt9> cat decoded.txt
0000   0   27   0.4   1590.   0   WB7ABP CM88 27                        FST4
rob@Robs-MBP:/Users/rob/jt9> /Applications/wsjtx.app/Contents/MacOS/jt9  -W -p 120 -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -F 100  -d 3  20211002T035000Z_474200_usb.wav 20211002T035100Z_474200_usb.wav
 EOF on input file 20211002T035000Z_474200_usb.wav
0000  27  0.4 1590 `  WB7ABP CM88 27
<DecodeFinished>   0   1        0
 EOF on input file 20211002T035100Z_474200_usb.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0
rob@Robs-MBP:/Users/rob/jt9> cat decoded.txt
0000   0   27   0.4   1590.   0   WB7ABP CM88 27                        FST4
rob@Robs-MBP:/Users/rob/jt9>


On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 10:56 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
Hi Rob,

here's an example of usage with the FST4W-1800 sample file that you can download with the WSJT-X v2.5.0 "Menu->Help->Download Samples ..." tool:
C:>\WSJT\wsjtx\bin\jt9 -W -p 1800 -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -F 100 -d 3 "%LocalAppData%\WSJT-X\save\samples\FST4+FST4W\201230_0300.wav"
0300 -44  0.3 1433 `  DL0HOT JO60 30
<DecodeFinished>   0   1        0
73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/10/2021 18:12, Rob Robinett wrote:
Ooops, I forgot the -F 20, but adding that doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -F 20 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0


On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 10:10 AM Rob Robinett <rob@...> wrote:
Hi Bill,

Unfortunately, adding those flags doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0

Rob

On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 9:58 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
On 02/10/2021 16:29, Rob Robinett wrote:
Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob

Hi Rob,

you will need to set the frequency and decode depth arguments.

-L HERTZ
--lowest HERTZ
   Lowest frequency decoded (JT65), default HERTZ=200
-H HERTZ
--highest HERTZ
   Highest frequency decoded, default HERTZ=4007
-f HERTZ
--rx-frequency HERTZ
   Receive frequency offset, default HERTZ=1500
-F HERTZ
--freq-tolerance HERTZ
   Receive frequency tolerance, default HERTZ=20
-d DEPTH
--depth DEPTH
   Decoding depth (1-3), default DEPTH=1

73
Bill
G4WJS.







--
Rob Robinett
AI6VN
mobile: +1 650 218 8896


locked Re: General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

Bill, WB6JJJ
 

Hmmm, my IC-7610 states more than 3500 Hz and does receive that entire bandwidth.  I have never restricted the width.  There are times that I receive similar TX and RX reports but they are rare.  Maybe my location is extra quiet?  I doubt it…

Bill
WB6JJJ 



On Oct 2, 2021, at 11:29 AM, Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:


Hi Bill,

excessively optimistic signal reports are often due to restricted receiver bandwidth. The FT8 decoder relies on a reasonably flat receiver bandwidth across the displayed waterfall, and at least 2500 Hz wide. Narrower input data bandwidth will cause underestimation of the noise level.

73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/10/2021 19:24, Bill, WB6JJJ wrote:
I don’t feel so bad…. I have been giving +10 to +20 but receiving -15 to -20 dB.
Bill
WB6JJJ 


On Oct 2, 2021, at 9:09 AM, Joe Dz <joedzekevich@...> wrote:



I noticed a similar thing on the evening of 10/02 on 10m FT8.  There was a good opening from W1 land to LU and PY land, and I was getting -15 to +05 and I was giving out +20 and most around +10.  Interesting.

Joe, K1YOW

 


From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Geoff,G4FKA via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2021 11:43 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

 

Same here, v2.5.0 downloaded and installed perfectly. One thing I do notice is that there seem to be a much wider range of received signal strengths, with quite a few lower than they might have been with previous releases. Maybe WSJT-X, maybe recent Windows updates altering the CODEC settings. No problems operating, just rather disconcerting when I sent -01 to an N4 earlier and got +30 back! 






locked Re: General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

Bill Somerville
 

Hi Bill,

excessively optimistic signal reports are often due to restricted receiver bandwidth. The FT8 decoder relies on a reasonably flat receiver bandwidth across the displayed waterfall, and at least 2500 Hz wide. Narrower input data bandwidth will cause underestimation of the noise level.

73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/10/2021 19:24, Bill, WB6JJJ wrote:
I don’t feel so bad…. I have been giving +10 to +20 but receiving -15 to -20 dB.
Bill
WB6JJJ 


On Oct 2, 2021, at 9:09 AM, Joe Dz <joedzekevich@...> wrote:



I noticed a similar thing on the evening of 10/02 on 10m FT8.  There was a good opening from W1 land to LU and PY land, and I was getting -15 to +05 and I was giving out +20 and most around +10.  Interesting.

Joe, K1YOW

 


From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Geoff,G4FKA via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2021 11:43 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

 

Same here, v2.5.0 downloaded and installed perfectly. One thing I do notice is that there seem to be a much wider range of received signal strengths, with quite a few lower than they might have been with previous releases. Maybe WSJT-X, maybe recent Windows updates altering the CODEC settings. No problems operating, just rather disconcerting when I sent -01 to an N4 earlier and got +30 back! 



locked Re: General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

Bill, WB6JJJ
 

I don’t feel so bad…. I have been giving +10 to +20 but receiving -15 to -20 dB.
Bill
WB6JJJ 


On Oct 2, 2021, at 9:09 AM, Joe Dz <joedzekevich@...> wrote:



I noticed a similar thing on the evening of 10/02 on 10m FT8.  There was a good opening from W1 land to LU and PY land, and I was getting -15 to +05 and I was giving out +20 and most around +10.  Interesting.

Joe, K1YOW

 


From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Geoff,G4FKA via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2021 11:43 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

 

Same here, v2.5.0 downloaded and installed perfectly. One thing I do notice is that there seem to be a much wider range of received signal strengths, with quite a few lower than they might have been with previous releases. Maybe WSJT-X, maybe recent Windows updates altering the CODEC settings. No problems operating, just rather disconcerting when I sent -01 to an N4 earlier and got +30 back! 





locked Re: Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Bill Somerville
 

Hi Rob,

here's an example of usage with the FST4W-1800 sample file that you can download with the WSJT-X v2.5.0 "Menu->Help->Download Samples ..." tool:
C:>\WSJT\wsjtx\bin\jt9 -W -p 1800 -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -F 100 -d 3 "%LocalAppData%\WSJT-X\save\samples\FST4+FST4W\201230_0300.wav"
0300 -44  0.3 1433 `  DL0HOT JO60 30
<DecodeFinished>   0   1        0
73
Bill
G4WJS.

On 02/10/2021 18:12, Rob Robinett wrote:
Ooops, I forgot the -F 20, but adding that doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -F 20 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0


On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 10:10 AM Rob Robinett <rob@...> wrote:
Hi Bill,

Unfortunately, adding those flags doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0

Rob

On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 9:58 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
On 02/10/2021 16:29, Rob Robinett wrote:
Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob

Hi Rob,

you will need to set the frequency and decode depth arguments.

-L HERTZ
--lowest HERTZ
   Lowest frequency decoded (JT65), default HERTZ=200
-H HERTZ
--highest HERTZ
   Highest frequency decoded, default HERTZ=4007
-f HERTZ
--rx-frequency HERTZ
   Receive frequency offset, default HERTZ=1500
-F HERTZ
--freq-tolerance HERTZ
   Receive frequency tolerance, default HERTZ=20
-d DEPTH
--depth DEPTH
   Decoding depth (1-3), default DEPTH=1

73
Bill
G4WJS.



locked Re: Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Rob Robinett
 

Ooops, I forgot the -F 20, but adding that doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -F 20 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0


On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 10:10 AM Rob Robinett <rob@...> wrote:
Hi Bill,

Unfortunately, adding those flags doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0

Rob

On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 9:58 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
On 02/10/2021 16:29, Rob Robinett wrote:
Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob

Hi Rob,

you will need to set the frequency and decode depth arguments.

-L HERTZ
--lowest HERTZ
   Lowest frequency decoded (JT65), default HERTZ=200
-H HERTZ
--highest HERTZ
   Highest frequency decoded, default HERTZ=4007
-f HERTZ
--rx-frequency HERTZ
   Receive frequency offset, default HERTZ=1500
-F HERTZ
--freq-tolerance HERTZ
   Receive frequency tolerance, default HERTZ=20
-d DEPTH
--depth DEPTH
   Decoding depth (1-3), default DEPTH=1

73
Bill
G4WJS.






--
Rob Robinett
AI6VN
mobile: +1 650 218 8896


--
Rob Robinett
AI6VN
mobile: +1 650 218 8896


locked Re: Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Rob Robinett
 

Hi Bill,

Unfortunately, adding those flags doesn't affect the output:

jt9  -L 1400 -H 1600 -f 1500 -d 1 -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
<DecodeFinished>   0   0        0

Rob

On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 9:58 AM Bill Somerville <g4wjs@...> wrote:
On 02/10/2021 16:29, Rob Robinett wrote:
Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob

Hi Rob,

you will need to set the frequency and decode depth arguments.

-L HERTZ
--lowest HERTZ
   Lowest frequency decoded (JT65), default HERTZ=200
-H HERTZ
--highest HERTZ
   Highest frequency decoded, default HERTZ=4007
-f HERTZ
--rx-frequency HERTZ
   Receive frequency offset, default HERTZ=1500
-F HERTZ
--freq-tolerance HERTZ
   Receive frequency tolerance, default HERTZ=20
-d DEPTH
--depth DEPTH
   Decoding depth (1-3), default DEPTH=1

73
Bill
G4WJS.






--
Rob Robinett
AI6VN
mobile: +1 650 218 8896


locked Re: Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/10/2021 16:29, Rob Robinett wrote:
Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob

Hi Rob,

you will need to set the frequency and decode depth arguments.

-L HERTZ
--lowest HERTZ
   Lowest frequency decoded (JT65), default HERTZ=200
-H HERTZ
--highest HERTZ
   Highest frequency decoded, default HERTZ=4007
-f HERTZ
--rx-frequency HERTZ
   Receive frequency offset, default HERTZ=1500
-F HERTZ
--freq-tolerance HERTZ
   Receive frequency tolerance, default HERTZ=20
-d DEPTH
--depth DEPTH
   Decoding depth (1-3), default DEPTH=1

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/10/2021 17:14, mike s wrote:
Bill,

Thank you.   Thank you for the clarification of the frequency shift.

Yes, I have been using "fake it" to split the transceiver transmit frequency from the receive frequency for about two years with zero problems.

Two days ago, however, both the receive frequency and the transmit frequency began to move.   By the third transmission in a sequence during a QSO, I can no longer hear any of the FT8 signals in the passband anymore and I have lost the contact I was making......without fail.

On the video I posted you can see the receive frequency stepping away from its first setting which is where I started after setting the frequency for 80m using wsjt-x.

Something disabling and different is happening and any other thoughts you might have would be great.   I completely understand fake it moves the transmit frequency around to manage where in the passband transmit occurs.

But, the receive frequency, my perception, never changed before.  It stayed on the frequency set by wsjt-x.

Thank you again.


--
Mike - KM2B
Hi Mike,

make sure you have the DELAY knob on the SignaLink USB interface set to minimum.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

William Smith
 

Could this be an effect of RFI? Your radio moves to transmit in the middle of the passband, and fails to move back because of RFI corrupting that command? You say nothing else has changed, but corrosion and age could have had an effect on your antenna system...

73, Willie N1JBJ

On Oct 2, 2021, at 12:14 PM, mike s <mike.km2b@...> wrote:

Bill,

Thank you. Thank you for the clarification of the frequency shift.

Yes, I have been using "fake it" to split the transceiver transmit frequency from the receive frequency for about two years with zero problems.

Two days ago, however, both the receive frequency and the transmit frequency began to move. By the third transmission in a sequence during a QSO, I can no longer hear any of the FT8 signals in the passband anymore and I have lost the contact I was making......without fail.

On the video I posted you can see the receive frequency stepping away from its first setting which is where I started after setting the frequency for 80m using wsjt-x.

Something disabling and different is happening and any other thoughts you might have would be great. I completely understand fake it moves the transmit frequency around to manage where in the passband transmit occurs.

But, the receive frequency, my perception, never changed before. It stayed on the frequency set by wsjt-x.

Thank you again.


--
Mike - KM2B


locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Mike KM2B
 

Bill,

Thank you.   Thank you for the clarification of the frequency shift.

Yes, I have been using "fake it" to split the transceiver transmit frequency from the receive frequency for about two years with zero problems.   

Two days ago, however, both the receive frequency and the transmit frequency began to move.   By the third transmission in a sequence during a QSO, I can no longer hear any of the FT8 signals in the passband anymore and I have lost the contact I was making......without fail.

On the video I posted you can see the receive frequency stepping away from its first setting which is where I started after setting the frequency for 80m using wsjt-x.

Something disabling and different is happening and any other thoughts you might have would be great.   I completely understand fake it moves the transmit frequency around to manage where in the passband transmit occurs.

But, the receive frequency, my perception, never changed before.   It stayed on the frequency set by wsjt-x.

Thank you again.  


--
Mike - KM2B


locked Re: General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

Joe Dz
 

I noticed a similar thing on the evening of 10/02 on 10m FT8.  There was a good opening from W1 land to LU and PY land, and I was getting -15 to +05 and I was giving out +20 and most around +10.  Interesting.

Joe, K1YOW

 


From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Geoff,G4FKA via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2021 11:43 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

 

Same here, v2.5.0 downloaded and installed perfectly. One thing I do notice is that there seem to be a much wider range of received signal strengths, with quite a few lower than they might have been with previous releases. Maybe WSJT-X, maybe recent Windows updates altering the CODEC settings. No problems operating, just rather disconcerting when I sent -01 to an N4 earlier and got +30 back! 


locked Command line decoding of wav files containing FST4W signals #FST4W

Rob Robinett
 

Hello,
 
I am trying to add FST4W support to version 3.0 of my wspedaemon service (https://github.com/rrobinett/wsprdaemon ) run by many of the top spotting sites worldwide. My goal is to encourage the adoption of FST4W by enabling dozens of sites worldwide to start listening for FST4W on all the appropriate bands 24/7/365, just as they currently do for WSPR transmissions.
 
For WSPR decoding I execute the 'wsprd' binary from the WSJT-x 2.5.0 giving it a 2 minute long wav file, e.g.:    /usr/bin/wsprd -c -C 500 -o 4 -d -f 1.8366 211002_1450.wav
 
However when I execute a similar jt9 command on a wav file from which WSJT-x displays signals, I get no spots:   
 
/usr/bin/jt9  -p 120 -W 211002_0350.wav
  0   0        0
 
I can see that a successful decode by WSJT-x of that file runs jt9 through a shared memory interface, but that would be awkward to use in my SW environment.
Ideally, I would like to give jt9 a list of 2 or more one minute long wav files which would optimize the use of disk space when attempting to decode all of the FST4W modes.
 
Thanks for any help.  73
 
Rob


locked Re: #decode bug #decode

Juergen DL4YCD
 

just downloaded V2.5.0 and think the problem, also reported by others, is still there :-(( Stopped WSJTX and started it again and then all is fine ...


locked Re: General Availability (GA) Release of WSJT-X version 2.5.0 #GeneralGroupInfo

Geoff,G4FKA
 

Same here, v2.5.0 downloaded and installed perfectly. One thing I do notice is that there seem to be a much wider range of received signal strengths, with quite a few lower than they might have been with previous releases. Maybe WSJT-X, maybe recent Windows updates altering the CODEC settings. No problems operating, just rather disconcerting when I sent -01 to an N4 earlier and got +30 back! 


locked Re: WSJT-X and 630 meters, a match made in heaven #FST4 #FST4W

Peter Hall, VK6HP
 

Mark,

Thanks for posting the information about your MF station.  I was particularly interested in the re-used Southern Avionics Company NDB components since a small group which I formed a couple of years ago has obtained access to a de-commissioned NDB here in VK6.  The station used two SAC transmitters, various changeover and monitoring equipment, an auto-coupler, and a 22 m live mast with a somewhat indeterminate (as yet) radial field.   We are replacing a good deal of the original electronics with homebrew and commercial ham gear but we'll keep the autocoupler.  Operations will be initially on 630 m using a Zachtek exciter and a very robust push-pull Class D PA; about 25 W transmitter output should give us the legal 5 W EIRP.  In due course we'll have full remote operation supporting (at least) WSJT-X digital modes on 630 and 2200 m.  It's taken a while to get the site access details sorted out but I'm hopeful the worst is now - almost - behind us.  There's a placeholder QRZ page under the callsign VK6MJM which, in a nod to history, preserves the ident of the NDB.

More immediately, my home 630 m station in Perth uses a Kenwood transceiver as a low-level exciter and receiver; a homebrew 300 W Class D PA; a homebrew coupler; and an umbrella-loaded T transmit antenna which looks suspiciously like a re-purposed ZS6BKW HF doublet.  There's a bit more detail on my QRZ page if you're interested.  From this corner of the world all the activity is JT-mode digital and I was pleased that the WSJT-X team responded so promptly to a request to allow optional disabling of very slow envelope edges in the FST4 and 4W modes, thereby helping users of simple non-linear PAs to try the new modes with existing gear.  It's encouraging to see people experimenting with the new modes with, for example, reports of JA FST4W-1800 signals received in VK7 the other day.

73, Peter (Vk6HP).


locked Re: FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Bill Somerville
 

On 02/10/2021 11:51, mike s wrote:
Everyone,

I am using an FT-1000MP with wsjt-x (multiple versions) with a SignaLink USB audio interface.

You can find my Radio Setup Screen and Audio Setup Screen  and a video of the behavior described below on transmit here:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/wpahFAtUDy6p6gAf7 <https://photos.app.goo.gl/wpahFAtUDy6p6gAf7>

I have successfully utlized wsjt-x for FT-8 with the FT-1000MP almost from the initial introduction of that mode.   Years now.
I correctly set up my FT-1000MP based on the SignaLink instructions for USER mode here:
http://www.tigertronics.com/ft1000mp.htm <http://www.tigertronics.com/ft1000mp.htm>

I am using the USER mode which activates PKT + LSB on the front panel but with the above instructions I end up on USB.   This has worked for all digital modes for years.

I correctly setup SignaLink USB  for Windows 7 based on instructions here:
http://www.tigertronics.com/windows7_8_10_SLUSB.htm <http://www.tigertronics.com/windows7_8_10_SLUSB.htm>

This setup worked beautifully until a two days ago when suddenly, I noticed that, upon transmit from wsjt-x the frequency was shifting down by -0.5 MHz with many, but, not all transmissions initiated from wsjt-x.

After two transmissions, the contact lost my signal due to frequency shift (that was my first heads up).

The frequency shift does not occur outside of wsjt-x transmit.

Now, two days later, I have migrated to the latest version of wsjt-x (previously was using
2.3.1 from May, 2021 now using 2.5, gone through all my menu settings and checked and rechecked setup settings in wsjt-x to no avail.

Oddly, when I first noticed the the shift it was negative.  Today it is positive.  Always it is 0.5 MHz in step size.

I have carefully gone through the FT-1000MP menu system for hours and all looks OK to me.

The shift does NOT occur outside of wsjt-x when I transmit outside of User Mode.

If anyone has any thoughts, I would be interested to hear them.  I am, now, two days on, at a loss.

--
Mike - KM2B
Mike,

the shift you are seeing is 500 Hz, not 500 kHz as you incorrectly state.

WSJT-X is behaving correctly, there is nothing wrong! You have selected ""Settings->Radio->Split Operating->Fake It", you chose to do that, and it is the best setting for your rig. That causes the software to adjust your rig's VFO dial frequency and Tx audio tones to always keep the tones in the 1500 Hz to 1999 Hz range, which is optimal for use with an SSB transmitter.

73
Bill
G4WJS.


locked FT-1000MP frequency shift on transmit with FT-1000MP with SignaLink USB? #Yaesu #FT8

Mike KM2B
 

Everyone,

I am using an FT-1000MP with wsjt-x (multiple versions) with a SignaLink USB audio interface.  

You can find my Radio Setup Screen and Audio Setup Screen  and a video of the behavior described below on transmit here:
https://photos.app.goo.gl/wpahFAtUDy6p6gAf7

I have successfully utlized wsjt-x for FT-8 with the FT-1000MP almost from the initial introduction of that mode.   Years now.   
I correctly set up my FT-1000MP based on the SignaLink instructions for USER mode here:
http://www.tigertronics.com/ft1000mp.htm

I am using the USER mode which activates PKT + LSB on the front panel but with the above instructions I end up on USB.   This has worked for all digital modes for years.  

I correctly setup SignaLink USB  for Windows 7 based on instructions here:
http://www.tigertronics.com/windows7_8_10_SLUSB.htm

This setup worked beautifully until a two days ago when suddenly, I noticed that, upon transmit from wsjt-x the frequency was shifting down by -0.5 MHz with many, but, not all transmissions initiated from wsjt-x.

After two transmissions, the contact lost my signal due to frequency shift (that was my first heads up).

The frequency shift does not occur outside of wsjt-x transmit.  

Now, two days later, I have migrated to the latest version of wsjt-x (previously was using 
2.3.1 from May, 2021 now using 2.5, gone through all my menu settings and checked and rechecked setup settings in wsjt-x to no avail.  

Oddly, when I first noticed the the shift it was negative.  Today it is positive.  Always it is 0.5 MHz in step size.

I have carefully gone through the FT-1000MP menu system for hours and all looks OK to me.

The shift does NOT occur outside of wsjt-x when I transmit outside of User Mode.

If anyone has any thoughts, I would be interested to hear them.   I am, now, two days on, at a loss.

--
Mike - KM2B

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