[amsat-bb] KPC TNC and wisp. Conflict, or I missed something.!!
Mark L. Hammond
marklhammond at gmail.com
Thu Feb 8 20:37:29 UTC 2018
Two quick thoughts---
1--the IC-910 (and IC-9100...) are very sensitive to input levels. If your
audio "in" to the radio it too high, the radio will not transmit.
2--if your TNC is not putting itself into KISS mode, you'll have to figure
out another way. I thought you could specify KPC-9612 as the TNC type under
TNC settings. Please double check that. Otherwise, you may have to put
your TNC into KISS mode and leave it there.
Or maybe it's something else? Wire issue?
On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 3:16 PM, Nader Omer via AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> Hi All
> I used the same setup I used before except I changed the tnc to KPC9612
> Everything was fine with this setup. I worked Echo 51 satellite, tnc was
> samik @ 9600 .bpsand Hope1 tnx was mfj1278b @ 1200 bps.--------------
> Now my main problem is:............
> KPC 9612 + refuse to key my radio (Icom 910) from MSPE.
> KPC-TNC works great with any terminal programs, and keying any radios at
> both port.
> also I setup wisp on my laptop – windows 10 following the same steps of
> my friend Mineo Wakita at his nice website.
> I tested the wisp with mfj tnc and it was ok with windows 10 setup @1200
> bps and on my old desktop PC.
> Last night manually I put the KPC+ in KISS mode, its works ok and the
> MSPE keying the rig at 9600 bps.
> Today when i was tracking the falconsat-3 ,the KPC refuse to key the radio
> again and it was deadly silent.........., i try every thing i knew
> ( i tested two units of the kpc+) but I keep pulling my grey hair since
> the last all week.....:(
> Any help appreciated.73's
> Nader Omer- st2nh
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