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I'm using an external keyer and have gone back to CW keying using my auxiliary RRC link via the RJ45 I/O connector. That's because my FlexRadio 6600/Maestro pair doesn't properly adjust for Internet delays (RTT) and jitter any more with their new SmartSDR v3.x software... I get messed up CW when using the Flex approach now.

Because I'm using an external keyer, I was wondering if the CW paddle RRC jitter corrections are still applied when using the IN0 (I/O connector pins 4&8) method of keying? Or must I use the RRC built in keyer to get that protection?

I'm operating from 800 miles away and have an average RTT of about 72mS. All seems to be working fine, but I'm wondering if I shouldn't just be using the built in keyer?

73,
Fred
K9SO

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General discussion forum / Re: Error Tones
« Last post by dj0qn on 2019-08-11, 11:57:57 »
Gus,

If the system was working before and all of a sudden stopped working, then the problem is 99% NOT with RemoteRig. Instead, something in the environment has changed. It would have helped had you told us what the status line says in the menus. Try the following:

- Reboot the router/modem on one side of the connection and then the other side if that didn't help.
- Restart the RRC's
- Check the cabling to make sure that nothing came loose or changed
- If that all didn't help, make the following check: http://www.remoterig.com/wp/?page_id=3494

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX
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General discussion forum / Error Tones
« Last post by VE7GTC on 2019-08-11, 03:48:17 »
My remote has stopped connecting. Powering on the TS-2000 with the RC-2000 gives about a half dozen solid tones (sounds like EU phone system. I keep expecting someone to answer!). No other untoward lights or sounds. I am at the control end. Any thoughts?

Gus VE7GTC
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General discussion forum / Re: Power failure
« Last post by OH6XE on 2019-08-07, 20:36:13 »
I dont think that any lightnig is reason, this is control head.
I open cover , deassemble wifi. And try again.
It starts  by 12 VDC and contact PC via USB but dont work by USB if take 12 VDC off.
WIFI card is not the problem.
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General discussion forum / Re: Power failure
« Last post by sm2o on 2019-08-07, 20:16:33 »
Hi
Yellow and Red at the same time meaning that the CPU does not start.

That's how it use to look like when the unit is hit by lightning

73 de mike
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General discussion forum / Power failure
« Last post by OH6XE on 2019-08-07, 18:14:48 »
Where should I try find problem.
1258 Dont start when connect USB no any lights.
12 VDC AUX/MIC red and yellow lights are on, no green power led.
Two days ago it works fine.

And when 1258 is cold under zero it dont start at all.
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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: RRC triggers PTT on USB connect!
« Last post by dj0qn on 2019-07-31, 19:10:49 »
All it will show under Linux or iOS would be the generic FTDI drivers, which won't help all that much. Same
for Windows if you forget to install the Microbit Setup Manager first.

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX
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General discussion forum / PC client for sale
« Last post by M0BPQ on 2019-07-31, 15:36:01 »
I looking to sell my little used PC Client. I see they are $184 plus tax, so would cost me $220 in the UK plus shipping. I will sell for $140 plus postage to your QTH.

Thanks
Steve, M0BPQ

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General discussion / PC client for sale
« Last post by M0BPQ on 2019-07-31, 15:35:23 »
I looking to sell my little used PC Client. I see they are $184 plus tax, so would cost me $220 in the UK plus shipping. I will sell for $140 plus postage to your QTH.

Thanks
Steve, M0BPQ

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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: RRC triggers PTT on USB connect!
« Last post by sa5alt on 2019-07-31, 09:38:02 »
I'm not sure that's entirely true, but I will change to use a proper Serial cable instead. The thing is that this worked up until some days ago, on both Windows and Linux. When I connected the usB cable on Linux it showed upp properly as four serial devices, and I could successfully control the rig that way.

So it obviously does work. Just not now :-)

Still, a proper serial port is probably sensible.
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