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Task #142 — Frq offset does not work with TS2000, IC910

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Opened by Jozef MARSALA (jmarsala) - Wednesday, 12 Sep 2007, 11:13am
Last edited by F5MZN (f5mzn) - Friday, 28 Dec 2007, 6:19pm
Bug Report
Bandmaps wnd (Alt-1/2)
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F5MZN (f5mzn)
Windowx XP
Current WT-3.x
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HW: WT 3.16.0 TS2000 SSBUSAtransvertor uHAMmicroKEYER

1: TS2000 configured (116000 kHz) to display correct frq 2: WT frequency offset ... add 116000.0 3: \"Radio 1\" screen keeps showing

similar tried with IC910 ... same result.

naturally, as WT thinks this is 28MHz band (and not 144) many other thinks (DXC, spotting etc) do not work either.

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Comment by Jozef MARSALA - Thursday, 25 Oct 2007, 12:51pm

Did anyone find the same problem? Or is anyone using FRQ OFFSET feature sucessfully? FRQ OFFSET if for sure very important for those of us using VHF/UHF transverters. WinTEST provides communication between operators during contests and passing correct FRQ/MODE info is very important and useful feature. I am therefore surprised noone else is reporting same bug.

Comment by F5MZN - Saturday, 3 Nov 2007, 3:37pm

  • Tested with either TS2000 and IC-910H, I can\'t confirm this bug report

  • I wonder why you need Frequency Offsets with TS-2000 and IC-910. Both of these radios are already operating on V/UHF without a transverter.

Waiting for your comment in order to close (or not) this bug report.

Comment by F5MZN - Saturday, 3 Nov 2007, 3:58pm

Another thing I have found: i can confirm such report for some radio like IC-735 which the frequency is sent in 4-byte with (usually, Icom the frequency is 5-byte long in the Icom protocol).

Win-Test can accept both length, but Frequency Offset was working only with 5-byte long.

Maybe you has the IC-735 compitable mode enabled in the menu?

Comment by F5MZN - Friday, 28 Dec 2007, 6:18pm

Any news on that with the latest versions?