Hi Rein, I guess there must be a misconfigured server somewhere then.Regarding the audio glitch, when I look at the playback stream from jpskmail in Pulse Audio Volume Controller I can see the audio glitch that kicks the vox in the signalink. It doesn't seem to happen with fldigi or wsjtx. The glitch occurs about 1 second after the end of the outgoing waveform.
I'll see if I can reproduce it on the laptop that I was using previously. Cheers, Darren, G0HWW On 22/10/13 16:43, Rein Couperus wrote:
Hi Darren, the N0CAL comes from an Igate which has not yet been configured. A solid tone with the duration of a frame normally comes from fldigi which has been misconfigured to generate a PTT tone on the right hand channel.... I don't have any audio problems with jPSKmail V1 (with fldigi) or V2. Can you hear it in your headphone when you transmit? Maybe an audio configuration problem somewhere? Does fldigi do it right?... Meanwhile it looks like my Igate is now picking up your signal. I can not hear any response from a server, but I can see you are 15 Hz too low on freq...Rein PA0R Hi, I think there might be a pskmail server or something else responding to my pings and beacons with a carrier, about 100Hz below the centre frequency on 10.148MHz. The duration of the carrier is consistent with the length of a data frame and it seems to start very swiftly after my transmission ends. I don't know if this is related to the station that is igating my beacons with a NOCAL in the path. I don't think there's any other response to my pings at the moment. My other issue is a quirk whereby there is a short unexpected transmission of some audio that causes the SignalinkUSB's vox to twitch the PTT line to my radio. This is sure to interrupt any immediate response from a server. This seems to happen with both the 2.0.33 and the 2.1.0-i jar I just downloaded. This is all running on a fairly new linux box, not the laptop which on which I've previously been running the jpskmail client. I've tried other progs such as fldigi, and they don't seem to generate this audio artifact that causes the rig to key up a second time. Has anyone alse had any similar experiences? Cheers, Darren, G0HWW