[amsat-bb] SatPC32 (12.8c)-icom 910-subtone.sqf

LB2TG Paul LB2TG at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 1 12:07:15 UTC 2016


Thanks to Erich the subtones now are ok.

My IC-910 orginally had only 1750Hz tone.
For working our new repeaters the rig was modified to transmit subtones.


The solution was to uninstall the European version of SatPc32 and install the US version.

Now everything seems to be ok!

Thanks to all for help with this "challenge".

73, Paul LB2TG

Fra: Erich Eichmann <erich.eichmann at t-online.de>
Sendt: 31. oktober 2016 23:16
Til: LB2TG Paul; AMSAT-BB at amsat.org
Emne: Re: [amsat-bb] SatPC32 (12.8c)-icom 910-subtone.sqf

the subtone.sqf that comes with SatPC32 should work. A reason of the
problem could be: With the American version of the IC-910H you need the
SatPC32 version for American users, with the European model  the program
version for European users. The two models models are different
regarding control of the sub tone functions and with the wrong SatPC32
version sub tone control doesn't work.

The REV/NOR parameter in Doppler.SQF doesn't switch the radio between
revers and normal satellite tracking. With REV the program changes
uplink and downlink in the opposite directions when you tune around the
passband, with NOR in the same directions (only AO-07 in mode A at
present). With FM sats the setting is meaningless.

73s, Erich, DK1TB

Am 31.10.2016 um 13:44 schrieb LB2TG Paul:
> Hello.
> Can anyone help with the syntax in the subtone.sqf for ic-910?
> I have tried "almost everthing" but the subtone are still in the standard value 88.5
> I can set it manually to 67.0 and 74.4 for SO-50.
> I also see that I have to change "NOR" and "REV" manually.
> Maybe some can write this line correct for Icom IC-910?
> SO-50,67.0,???
> SO-50,74.4,???
> When I connect, and change the settings for the rig, my old TS-790 works great.
> 73, Paul LB2TG
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