Hi Andrei! Thank-you again for all your help on the packet setup.
I wanted to stop by and sign your guest book.
I am on PSK31 once in awhile. Maybe we can connect there some day.
Thank you for your great work
Johan, I sent you an e-mail
Hi Andy, ok what else can go wrong? I followed http://n4ser.org/2016/soundcard-winlink-2-uz7ho-replaces-agwpe/
When I reconnect my TNC-X I can connect to the RMS gateway, so that is working. De communication just sounds strange on the other radio using one of my soundmodems. I'm trying to get this working for ARES coomunications, not everyone owns a TNC-X
Since the "Calibration tool" always use a soundcard in stereo mode and you can hear only "channel B" I assume that the sound interface use another (swapped) channel for output. You are right that the RMS-Express use a first port (AKA "channel A") for operations, but "Single Channel Output" option emulates "pseudo-mono" mode, so it does not matter which port in use since the data will be transmitted to both channels simultaneously.
Looks like single usse channel A and should (in my case) use channel B....
tried that (a couple of times) when I tru the calibrate tool and monitor on an other radio I hear nice tones on channel B and not on channel A. When I let Winlink Express use the soundcard via TCP I hear the same as on channel A. It happens on the Yaesu SCU-17 and on my SB-2000 soundcard interface. enabling "Single Channel Output" does not change that.
Hi Johan! Some sound interfaces use a different channel for sound output. Try to enable a "Single Channel Output" function in "Devices" settings.
Hi Andy, I'm trying to get yuor program to work with Yaesu SCU-17 and us it in winlink express. But is seams when I use the calibrate function correct tones are in channel B but Winlink Express uses channel A. Any suggestions how to solve this?
Howdy, I do a lot of ARES here in the middle of the USA. I want to use your software with Winlink. I am looking through the documentation for where to assign a COM: port. Can you point that out for me?