DXLab SpotCollector and WinWarbler RTTY

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Hi all

I made the switch to Windows 10 by doing a clean install on a new SSD. I got everything set up and working with DXLab and my 6500.

I am having a problem with clicking on a RTTY spot in SpotCollector, it QSY the radio to the correct mode and band but it is always off by 2k higher in frequency. If I click on a CW spot the frequency is correct. How do I fix this?

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Kent
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Posted 3 years ago

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Hi Kent,

Have you set the 'optimal offset' (sweet spot?) to 2210? It is in the RTTY tab of Winwarbler configuration window.
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Guy

Yes that is set to 2210. Here is a screen shot of that menu. Is there something I am missing?


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Kent
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Something else I just noticed. When I click on a RTTY spot it is 2.13k higher than the correct frequency.

So if I click on a spot for 21.074,8 it tunes the radio to 21.076.930.
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DrTeeth

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Sorry Kent, but I am out of ideas. Sri I could not help.
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No worries.

I tried a post on the DXLab reflector and was told to check the same thing. I think this is a DXLab problem so I will follow up with them.

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Kent
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Thanks Dave!!   All works now!

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Kent
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Official Response
Step-by-step instructions for configuring DXLab's Commander and WinWarbler for operation with Flex 6000 are provided here. My understanding is that this issue has been resolved.

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