[Skimmertalk] Skimmer, Writelog, Rigsync and PowerSDR config inquiry
ehr at qrv.com
Tue Jan 27 07:20:00 EST 2009
If you have your radio connected via OmniRig, then you don't need to select
a com port in WriteLog. RigSync automatically connects to the WriteLog Entry
window that corresponds to your RigSync rig number.
The easiest way is to connect RigSync rig 1 to the radio via omnirig. Then
open WriteLog set the port for your radio to none.
If you continue to have problems, Pete N4ZR is working on a quicstart for
RigSync that should be available soon.
73 Ed W2RF
> -----Original Message-----
> From: skimmertalk-bounces at contesting.com [mailto:skimmertalk-
> bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Joey Panganiban
> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 3:47 AM
> To: skimmertalk at contesting.com
> Subject: [Skimmertalk] Skimmer, Writelog, Rigsync and PowerSDR config
> Hello, can anyone help me configure Skimmer/Writelog/PowerSDR?
> I?m a new user of CW Skimmer. I'm successful in making it run and was
> able to
> decode all incoming CW signals with my Flex-radio.
> My PC is a Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz, 6GB RAM, Win XP pro.
> I use a Flex-Radio SDR1000 running PowerSDR v 1.16.1,
> Roland Edirol FA-66 sound card,
> VAC 4.09,
> com0com v18.104.22.168,
> I have Rigsync and Omni-rig installed. I can run Power SDR (com14) and
> Skimmer (com4) alone, but when I start Writelog (com4), or any logger
> (com4), they don?t communicate. Obviously there is conflict on com4.
> I would also like to ask what com pair assignments will best suit my
> configurations or any other programs I need to run them.
> I will appreciate it so much if you can give me a step by step instruction
> so I can run at least my contest logger (PowerSDR v1.16.1/Writelog
> v10.70c/CWSkimmer 1.4).
> 73 & Thank you,
> Joey DU1BP
> du1bp at yahoo.com
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