[amsat-bb] Funcube Dongle Pro+ settings with FoxTelem 1.02b
Stephen E. Belter
seb at wintek.com
Thu Nov 19 21:58:09 UTC 2015
Didn¹t you also experiment with the Windows audio input setting?
>From memory, I think it defaults to 100 under Windows 10 and you found it
worked better at a lower value, like 4-5?
73, Steve N9IP
Steve Belter, seb at wintek.com
On 11/19/15, 4:05 PM, "AMSAT-BB on behalf of Mark L. Hammond"
<amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org on behalf of marklhammond at gmail.com> wrote:
>I am going to copy AMSAT-BB because this will help some others I hope!
>Here is what works well for me and the FuncubeDongle Pro + and FoxTelem
>1-On main screen, "Check" Track Doppler and Find Signal; I use default
>values in the boxes (15.0dB, 6.0dB)
>2-Under the Spacecraft Menu, go to both Fox-1Cliff and Fox-1D parameter
>screens and "Uncheck" Track when Find Signal Enabled
>3-Under the Spacecraft Menu, go to Fox-1A and "Check" Track when Find
>Signal Enabled; I use Downlink=145979, Lower Freq. Bound=145973, Upper
>THAT should get your good, fast lock on the Fox-1A signal. Works well
>here setup like that.
>Let me know how you make out!
>On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 8:02 AM, Bob KD7YZ <kd7yz at denstarfarm.us> wrote:
>> Hi Mark.
>> Early on with Fox1A "somebody" emailed me about trimming down the
>> FOX1A_fm.dat a bit and limiting the scan range for FoxTelem to find the
>> beacon early on in an orbit.
>> I just beeefwittedly overwrote some data files when updating the
>> FoxTelem program. Thus I now have numerous "Tabs" of Fox1-1C and H and
>> so forth.
>> Were you the one who suggested the trim-down ?
>> Otherwise, any ideas on shaping that Dat file to make it find the signal
>> earlier and stay locked on?
>> Mine "was" working just fine with whatever I'd put in the folder. Or
>> maybe the stock program as it is now written is just fine.
>> Bob KD7YZ
>> AmSat LM#901
>Mark L. Hammond [N8MH]
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