6700 performed well during the contest but it really needs correct click tuning. Is this something that is going to happen?
What I mean is that when I click on a signal, weather it by CW, DIG or SSB, the signal should go to the center of the filter passband. Maybe not so critical for SSB. CW already does it. But for digital modes it is a necessity for click tuning and there needs to be something to set an offset for spots so when they are clicked the radio goes to the signal in the filters passband.
Likewise! NAQP RTTY was fun and I turned in a personal best in the event so I'm a very happy camper!
I don't know about the status of click tuning so I'll leave for Tim to comment but...
The question also begs what offset? I run RTTY with low tones - a mark of 915 Hz so that after a long contest I don't hear diddles in my head for the next couple of days! I know many folks use the standard 2125 Hz mark frequency. So at a minimum, the offset would have to be configureable.
Many an alternative suggestion would be an option to allow the center of the filter frequency to be set to the clicked location... although I no longer have my 5000 to test PowerSDR with, my recollection is that is how the click tuning worked in digital mode.
I have the same click challenge with band maps in Writelog... you never know what frequency the spotter really reported - not an issue for the NAQP because I always operate unassisted but a big issue for WPX RTTY.
Open each file with NOTEPAD and look for a string of "2.125" - you will find this as part of a couple of parameters with a scientific format number like "2.125000E3"...
Change each occurrent to "9.15000E2" and then save the file.
Do the same with both files and you are done.
I haven't found a way to modify MMTTY behavior without editing the files...
Works like a charm!
Remember on the Flex 5000, We could RIGHT CLICK on a Filter and assign the High and Low
offset.... This then became the RTTY Filter and offset from zero.
All we needed to do was to select that filter with whatever name we assigned to it.
If we could just repeat that feature it would be a great help for myself.
This is possibly what you are doing on your IPAD App.
I wonder what TIM's view of this feature is.
When designing a filter for digital use, please consider making it a dual filter with an adjustable level between mark and space. i.e. mouse drag down the centre part of the filter to say -20db.
This will reduce background noise and other station's mark/space signal level between the target station tones. It will still pass enough signal for tuning purposes.