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Although I am not using the W95sstv (I run ChromaPix) see if there is a
receive lock to keep Robot36 selected. If you are getting good images off
HF you should be set for Mir. I would stay with hand tuning doppler.
the tuning displays on some program have quite a bit of lag, the spectral
display is more real time but I have found hand tracking doppler (not even
really needed) in auto recieve mode is fine. If your S-meter is over S2
you should be holding lock. Be sure your sound card is enabled for 16bit
input. The tech instructions on the Silicon pixels site will walk you
through it.
Good Luck

Al Emer N2YAC

At 09:53 PM 12/13/98 -0800, you wrote:
>	Hello out there, just tried my first Soundcard SSTV, downloaded two
>programs, SS and W95SSTV, got no results with the first due to, I think,
>not the correct sound card.
>	The second gave me images from 14.230 which were not bad at all
>considering late afternoon and the band dying, I got two passes of MIR and
>got a signal but it was not readable at all, or I should say it was not
>deciphered, on "Auto RX" the program showed Robot 72 but the news I have
>picked up show most are using Robot 32, I think I will have to forgo the
>doppler tuning of STATION and tune for the 1200 marker.
>	Being new at this I have no answers on what to look for, please can
>someone push me in the right direction.
>Thanks.  Peter VE7AHX.
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