[App_rpt-users] SimpleUSB_Tune_Menu

Bryan Fields bryan at bryanfields.net
Thu Jul 27 11:11:02 EDT 2017


I would add, I adjust all the audio input and output of the radio to -10dBm, and set the USB interface to that.  This way I can swap interfaces without need to reset the levels.

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Bryan Fields
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> On Jul 27, 2017, at 10:48, Benjamin Naber <Benjamin at Project23D.com> wrote:
> 
> Luc,
> 
> The items in simpleusb-tune-menu are the step by step.
> 
> Be not afraid to use a little intuition. Your changes are not saved
> until you execute a command *IN* the simpleusb-tune-menu, of which I am
> going to let you figure out.
> 
> While not always obvious, the ASL box mutes DTMF, so you cannot use
> that. There is a reason why a 1KHz tone at 3KHz deviation is used. Try
> to whistle to as close to 1KHz as possible!..
> 
> It is best to use a calibrated service monitor for getting accurate
> audio levels, first thing it keeps your node radio in spec. The other
> thing is it keeps the audio nice and clean. Find a friend in the area
> with a service monitor and have him/her teach you how to appreciate why
> it must be used when adjusting audio levels used in radio.
> 
> The values metered  on the RX level scale are accurate, so when the RX
> deviation meter on the simpleusb-tune-menu says you are at 3KHz
> deviation, then you are at 3KHz deviation... provided that signal you
> are putting into the node radio is *actually* transmitting at 1KHz tone
> at 3KHz deviation. Read the aforementioned paragraph.
> 
> Benjamin, KB9LFZ
> 
> 
>> On Thu, 2017-07-27 at 06:34 -0400, Luc Drolet VE2 LUQ wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> 
>> With an RPi, can you tell me how we can do to adjust the audio with a monitor service,
>> 
>> With PuTTY, I can see, "12 - Run simpleusb_tune_Menu Apllication"
>> And then, yes, I saw "2 RX VOICE Level Set" but I do not know how to change my value and also save it
>> Is there a step-by-step procedure for AllStar Link,
>> 
>> RX VOICE
>> TX VOICE
>> 
>> thank you very much and Have a Nice day
>> Luc
>> 73
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