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Mike Member ✭✭
edited September 26 in Third-Party Software

I had posted a question about seeing a waterfall "jump" in xmit. At that time JTDX/rtty/cw and ssb all seemed to be in sync. i.e. the radio and various programs I was using seemed to be on the same freq. Inexplicably now, at least with JTDX and WSJT, the program no longer is listening on the freq of the radio. Not sure if this is a radio problem, program problem. I have tried a radio reset and that changes nothing.

I can hear signals in the headphones but as you can see there is nothing in the JTDX window. JTDX says it is on the same frequency as the radio....something is off here and Im not sure what.


  • David Decoons, wo2x
    David Decoons, wo2x Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    A few things your picture does not show.

    In the frequency flag (top of the slice in panadapter) click DAX. What channel is it set to?

    Check JTDX settings/audio settings and make sure RX audio is set to the same RX DAX channel.

    Make sure DAX is running. The DAX RX channel you are using should be blue and show a level when receiving signals.

    Dave wo2x

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