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IZ4MJP

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What happens if ADSL fails?
« on: 2013-02-12, 20:42:11 »
I mainly use my TS-480 via Remote RIG when i'm abroad for works.

Yesterday there was a blackout at my home (fortunately the RemoteRIG was not in use because i was at work).

What could happen if the ADSL connection fails (go down) during a QSO when i'm on TX?

I'm wondering if the Remote RIG MK 1258 MKII (Radio Side) has an "emergency procedure" in the firmware that switch off TX if this event happens.

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Franco, IZ4MJP





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Re: What happens if ADSL fails?
« Reply #1 on: 2013-02-12, 23:58:36 »
Hi

if the RTP stream which includes the mic-audio is missing the PTT is released after a few seconds. In CW, key down can never be more than 2 sec. So it should not be any risk of hangup with PTT on

73 de mike

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Re: What happens if ADSL fails?
« Reply #2 on: 2013-02-13, 09:44:37 »
Vy tnx Mike.

Fine Business.

This is another evidence of the high engineering work done on this product.

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Hi

if the RTP stream which includes the mic-audio is missing the PTT is released after a few seconds. In CW, key down can never be more than 2 sec. So it should not be any risk of hangup with PTT on

73 de mike