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Re: TX: soundcard packet -- 9600 baud

At 09:18 AM 7/13/2004 -0700, Steve Egert wrote:

>I can copy a local 9600 baud BBS, but after 2 days of trying, I still cannot
>get connected to it.  It's like it's not even hearing me -- same as UO-22 as
>it goes overhead.
>My radio is an FT-847.  It connects to the soundcard's line-in/line-out from
>the 6-pin DIN on the back of the radio, per the manual.  There are no
>isolation components (transformers and the like) between the radio and
>soundcard.  Just wires carrying audio in and out.  High risk behavior, I
>know.  Menu 23 is set to 9600.

Has this worked on 1200BPS before?  The reason I ask is that you say you 
have no isolation components like a soundcard interface.  How are you 
keying the radio?



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