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Author Topic: rtty 756p3  (Read 282 times)
KB2WVO
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« on: May 11, 2019, 10:53:05 PM »

small issue.. unable to decode rtty on a 756 pro 3..
i have no clue at all. i RTFM and still no go..

just looking to decode on screen..

i was on 7047 heard what ti thought was rtty. the vids i heard on it sounded just like it..
hints tips tricks would be cool

ty
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KG5AHC
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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2019, 06:40:02 PM »

IF anyone is doing RTTY on 40 meters  they will likely be in the area of 7.082 to 7.098

you might be able to catch the W1AW bulletin transmitted in RTTY.

http://www.arrl.org/w1aw-operating-schedule#digital

quote from W1AW:
"Digital Transmissions
Frequencies are 3.5975, 7.095, 14.095, 18.1025, 21.095, 28.095, 50.350, and 147.555 MHz.
Bulletins are sent using 45.45-baud Baudot, PSK31 in BPSK mode and MFSK16 on a daily revolving schedule.  The actual daily schedule can be found here.". http://www.arrl.org/files/file/W1AW/W1AW%20Daily%20Digital%20Bulletin%20Schedule.pdf

I don't own a 756 but i think the most important point is to 1) find a legitimate RTTY signal 2) make sure your radio is in RTTY mode (not RTTY-R). 3) turn on the decoder.... I think page 46 of the manual describes how to turn on the decoder. 

Best regards,
Jeff KG5AHC


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KB2WVO
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2019, 09:45:25 PM »

probley wasnt a rtty sig i was hearing.. i utubed rty sounds. it sounded like it but without the waterfall lol .. your probley 100% right tho it wasnt a good or wasnt at all a rtty sig..

ty for info.. ill check the link and see if iam able to get it to decode it.. its hard tho... i seem to be in a dead spot to the mother ship. let alone the band acting up .. but will give it a go..
will post if i got it working..
ty jeff for info..

IF anyone is doing RTTY on 40 meters  they will likely be in the area of 7.082 to 7.098

you might be able to catch the W1AW bulletin transmitted in RTTY.

http://www.arrl.org/w1aw-operating-schedule#digital

quote from W1AW:
"Digital Transmissions
Frequencies are 3.5975, 7.095, 14.095, 18.1025, 21.095, 28.095, 50.350, and 147.555 MHz.
Bulletins are sent using 45.45-baud Baudot, PSK31 in BPSK mode and MFSK16 on a daily revolving schedule.  The actual daily schedule can be found here.". http://www.arrl.org/files/file/W1AW/W1AW%20Daily%20Digital%20Bulletin%20Schedule.pdf

I don't own a 756 but i think the most important point is to 1) find a legitimate RTTY signal 2) make sure your radio is in RTTY mode (not RTTY-R). 3) turn on the decoder.... I think page 46 of the manual describes how to turn on the decoder. 

Best regards,
Jeff KG5AHC



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N1ZZZ
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« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2019, 10:10:06 PM »

I can't tell exactly in your case, but sometimes you need to be on the correct sideband.  I'm not sure if the 756 decodes on the old-school LSB, or USB which is what nearly all soundcard based RTTY operator uses now.  You can quickly check if there is a "reverse" function once you get the signal tuned.

73
Jeremy N1ZZZ
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