Icom 7300 Easy Transmitter Settings For Digital Operation

Icom 7300 Easy Transmitter Settings For Digital Operation is a followup article to my last post, Icom 7300 Receiver Settings For Digital Operation. In this post there are some additional receiver settings.  I have a couple of YouTube videos on transmitter settings, but I hope to simplify and produce one concise video that includes the transmitter settings in the Icom 7300 menu, operating system and then popular software (WSJT-X and DM780).

transmitter settingsLet me mention at the onset, there are many different approaches to doing this. This is a basic tutorial, simple and easy. Follow this and you won’t have any complaints about having a wide signal or using too much power.

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USB-D

On the Icom 7300 we use USB-D for digital operation. It can be a little tricky at first getting in and out of this mode. Experiment some and you’ll see how it works. If you are in USB mode it’s very easy. To set: Tap the USB button on the LCD with your finger and when the “MODE” menu comes up, tap the DATA button.

ALC

In digital operation there has always been the issue of ALC causing poor signal quality. With the Icom 7300 it is less of an issue. I’ve found that I don’t have any ALC deflection most of the time and when I do, it isn’t a bad thing with this transceiver. For more information on this see Page 4-31 of the full manual. It states, “When operating in the SSB data mode, adjust the device’s output level within the ALC zone.”

Some more information on this exists at AB4OJ.com. There is no ambiguity in what he says. Good read!

Icom 7300 RF POWER

Back in the days of Windows 95 and my old Kenwood transceiver I didn’t set my output power on the radio to 100% or 100 watts. I was too scared of it, but I haven’t had any problems using the Icom 7300 and I’ve used Windows 7,10, MacOS, and Linux. I set the RF POWER on the radio to 100%. To set: Push in the MULTI knob on the radio. Tap RF POWER with your finger, using the MULTI knob again, turn it and and set RF POWER to 100%. Chances are you already have it there.

Icom 7300 Internal Menu Transmitter Settings

Under MENU>SET>Connectors there is an important transmitter setting, but let me mention a receiver setting first.

ACC/USB AF Output Level controls the amount of audio the Icom 7300 sends to your software. Mine is set to 50%. Turn it up too high and the waterfall in DM780 will have too much noise. Turn it down too low and you will have a dark waterfall. It’s worth experimenting with. When adjusting, look at your DM780 waterfall and adjust the level up or down. There is a short delay for the adjustment to appear in the waterfall. You won’t notice it as much in the WSJT-X waterfall, but you’ll see a difference in the receiver level meter in the bottom left hand corner.

USB MOD Level: This is important to your power output and having it too high will cause problems (possibly too much ALC). Too low and you won’t have any power output. Mine is 40%.

The other settings under “Connectors” will be in the video.

Operating System And Transmitter Settings

In the video below I’m using Windows 10 Pro. I almost always use two cables, a CI-V cable for rig control and a USB cable for the digital modes. However, this is not important here because we are mainly dealing with the USB cable, USB Audio CODEC and digital mode operation (audio to and from the 7300).

In Windows 10 “Playback devices” the USB Audio CODEC controls the amount of audio going to the Icom 7300. This is similar to the USB MOD Level in the radio. Too high, it’ll be a problem and too low, you won’t have power output. Mine is 40.

Let me mention “Recording devices” here also and the USB Audio CODEC. “Recording devices” controls the audio coming from the Icom 7300 to your software. This is similar to the ACC/USB AF Output Level in the radio. Set it too high, your waterfall will have too much noise, too low and it’ll be a dark waterfall. Mine is set to 40.

Ham Radio Software For Digital Operation

In the video below there are a couple of examples, WSJT-X and DM780. Setting the power output is fast and simple using just the power slider.

So, if I’m using PSK31 and have my power at 20 watts and I’m not making any contacts, it’s very easy to move the slider up and increase power to 30 watts. There is a great example of this in the video.

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I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Gail Peterson
3 years ago

thanx for you you tube videos. Still having problems with my 7300 staying keyed, would appreciate suggestions. Using the pi and 7300.

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Steve Luenz
3 years ago

I am NOT seeing the USB codecs at all when I try to set up WJST for the FT 8 mode ?
Do I need to do ANOTHER USB driver download to get these ?
Every thing was working just fine until i did the 1.20 firmware update to my icom 7300 ?

THANKS in advance for ANY help to my problem!
Steve / N7DPX / Lakeside,AZ.

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Thomas SV2CLJ
3 years ago
Reply to  Steve Luenz

Hello OMs .. i have the same problem .. any solution ?
73 de thomas
SV2CLJ

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Wes Jones
3 years ago

Hi Steve –

On the 7300’s “Band Stacking Register”‘s screen there is a “button” “GENE” and a button “F-INP” ??

What do these button do??

Thanks, Wes AI4FH.

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Trent Saunders
3 years ago

Thanks Rich, very helpful. If setting filter 1 to 3.6 & then selecting usb-D, isn’t that the same as just using USB with filter 1 @ 3.6?

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Gary RIce
3 years ago

Hi Trent,

This may be in the same realm as Riches question. On 20 meters, the only modes that are available are USB-D and LSB. I just got the 7300 and I’m sure this is operator error but I haven’t found it as yet. Any thoughts?
Thanks in advance! Gary W4BVD

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Gary RIce
3 years ago

Thanks Rich. I found the problem. There as a little dot next to the filter indicator. I adjusted the size of the filter and the dot went away and USB came back. HA! Lots to learn. What a fantastic radio.

Thanks so much for your kind help! Merry Christmas to you as well.

Gary

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Manu
3 years ago

greetings rick
my problem is the following, I used the version rc 1 of the program when going to any of the other versions the cat stops working.
I still do not understand why, I’m using an icom 7300 and everything works perfect until I want to update to the next version. In this case 1.8
any ideas?
thanks
Manu Zp9mce

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Hi Rich. I have everything set up ok but have one problem. My 7300 keys but I have no modulated output. It just sits at idle while the pgm shows the text being sent. HELP? HI-HI

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Rich,
I am having the exact same problem as Anonymous above. I’ve gone through your YouTube Videos on setting up the IC-7300 on FT-8. Software up and running. I’m decoding stations, but when I double click on a station calling CQ, no power out from the radio, though the radio is going through the tx sequence. I’ve set up all the connection settings you have listed. I’ve run psk-31 and RTTY for years using my Kenwood TS-440SAT with no problem so don’t think it’s computer problem. Also I’m using SignaLink USB interface with the proper USB codec selected. tnx es 73 Harvey, KM4JA

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Paul
3 years ago

Question for both transmit and receiving

I see that there are many settings for both xmt and recv. I believe I can handle this but what concerns me is changing back and forth between USB-D and SSB,

Is just changing that function all that is needed or are any of the the other settings also need to be changed too?

Paul
W8SBH

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Thanks Rich for the information and your quick reply.

73
Paul

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Paul DK8SR
3 years ago

Hi,
haven’t seen any screen-shot how to set the mic-gain knob on the TRV. Mine is on 35, but not sure if that’s OK.

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Ray Lewis
3 years ago

Hi Rich, just curious, but I have read where some amateurs set the record and playback on the computer to dB and to Zero and you suggest using percentage and about 40% and adjusting from there. What are the advantages of using the one method over the other. I am using percentage as you suggested and am having no problems with my 7300 and WSJT-X and FT8. 73, Ray AA4EZ

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Ivars
3 years ago

Hello Rich – Your You-Tube videos are a great relief. I am having problems with N1MM+ and MMTTY . I have the two decode windows open, DI1 rX1 2Tone and Rtty engine 1. I am using a laptop and controlling a ICOM 7300. RTTY decodes 100% but I seem to not be able to XMT anything to the 7300. To validate operation between the 7300 and Laptop, I use WSJT-X. The same laptop and 7300 have no problems. Decodes and XMTs FT8 100%. I am using COM 4 with only the USB cable to the 7300.

With N1MM+ and MMTTY I only can receive and decode. Do I need to add a second CI-V cable??? Can N1MM+ and MMTTY be operational with only the USB Cable to the 7300? I am frustrated

Ivars, KC4PX

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Ivars
3 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hello Rich
I have VSPE working as per instructions on the Laptop. However I must have done something incorrectly on configuring MMTTY. However I did find it. First of all since my machine is 32 bit, I had to change config from EXTFSK64 (when set did not show new window) to EXTFSK (window came up okay). Then I could not transmit when port was set to COM4. when I changed it to COM8 all worked. I now have mmtty working as a stand alone. next is to get it working with n1MM

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Ivars
3 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hello Rich
I elected to go to the two cable approach for my 7300, N1MM and MMTTY config. Since my Lenovo T520 has one USB output, I connected a usb hub and have both CI-V and USB cables from the 7300 going to the HUB.
MMTTY by itself controls the 7300 using COM4 in the EXTFSK 1.06 Window. Receive and XMT works fine.
My problem is with N1MM+. When opening N1MM and the radio is set to RTTY, the panel opens up “Contact Mode (RTTY) Contest modes (Mixed). The other windows that are open are: EXTFSK 1.06; RTTY Engine 1; DI-1RTTY Mode – Soundcard (MMTTY) and a beautiful Radio 1 Spectrum Monitor. I can set the Freq via the control panel.
Now that you have all that info, the problem is the EXTFSK 1.06 window. Port setting is COM4 but the status says RED outline with Status NG. I tried to transmit but nothing on the 7300. I set the port to COM3 and Status says OK. I try to transmit and still nothing on the 7300???
What could be set incorrectly ??? with MMTTY running by itself with COM4 in the EXTFSK 1.06 window – all is okay. When N1MM is running – no transmit with either COM3 or 4.
I am stuck – do you have a suggestion?

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Günter
3 years ago

hello,
using ic7300 and wsjt-x,in ft8-mode,I only can decode the stations,when I send I can here the output and the tx-led lights,but I never get a connect.

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Ivars
3 years ago

Hello Rich
in your video :Icom 7300 SP RTTY FSK Setup MMTTY N1MM How to” you show your 7300 “connector” page 2/4. What are the correct setting for page 1/4? Top of page is ACC/USB Output Select”

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Ivars KC4PX
3 years ago

Hello Rich
First of all, many tanks for your assistance. I have looked at all screen shots and have set up the 7300 as per instructions. What I am confused is the CI-V cable and the port designation in my Laptop. Going to the device manager I do not see where to set up the port? What I am trying is to set up N3FJP 6.1 and WSJT-X both running with the two cables. N3FJP only shows Com3 and Com 4. Com4 is used with WSJT-X at 115200 Baud.
I cannot poll 7300 with N3FJT Software, Do I need to run VSPE.
The real question is under Device Manager, where do I see the CI-V cable com port

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Ivars KC4PX
3 years ago

Additional info
COM3 is being used for my printer

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Ivars KC4PX
3 years ago
Reply to  Ivars KC4PX

wow I unplugged CI-V cable and reinstalled. COM8 came up. Thanks
Stupid me

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Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  Ivars KC4PX

Many thanks for your information and videos. You are a great teacher. I now have N3FJT working with JTAlert and WSJT-X and logging. One problem, Mode in N3FJT logs FT8 contacts as SSB. Who and what needs to be notified to log as Digital or FT8. My 7300 is in USB-D mode.

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Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Got it working fine when I set WSJT-X to prompt me to log contact. It shows FT8 and then changes N3the FJP to proper mode. What thru me was when you click on a CQ, WSJT populates the N3FJT window with call and SSB as mode. Then when you log contact, it modifies Mode when logging. When I do not use WSJT prompt to log, and use N3FJP Log button, N3FJT Logs contact as SSB. When I use WSJT Prompt to log, it logs FT8. Hope this helps
All is working, thanks

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Gerry
3 years ago

Hi HI Rich, Question about the FT-8. In the waterfall there is a drop down box and you can set it for
current or cumulative. What if any is the difference??
Thanks for the Icom 7300 video’s and I am well pleased with my 7300 as well.
Gerry kd8rfo 73

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John Hendry
3 years ago

I got my 7300 a few days ago, and followed the config directions. I’m only using the USB cable, with FlDigi and WJST-x. Everything seems to work fine. I have rig control, I am receiving audio, but I am not sending audio. I’ve verified that I have the correct sound card chosen, and I’ve triple checked the Icom settings to make sure, but I seem to be missing something.

I’m totally scratching my head here.

Thanks for any input.

John KG5OIB

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John Hendry
3 years ago

I finally figured it out…. I was expecting to see audio on the “S” meter. But when I wen to the Audio meter, it was all there. D’oh!

Thanks

John KG5OIB

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Frank Sanocki
3 years ago

I am trying to use wsjt-ft8 with a 7300. I have followed all of the videos and instructions ( i Think) With USB-D and filter 1 at 3.6 selected when transmitting it changes to usb and to filter 2 and remains their until I physically change them back, how do i stop this?. Second question , should I be in linked or unlinked to remote. My cat does not operate in linked to remote ? is this a problem?

Thanks for your help and videos
W2GC

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frank sanocki
3 years ago

Hi Rich,
Your comments fixed me right up. I also found that not using Omnirig for the radio was a help. Thanks a lot for your help and all that you do for the hobby.

Frank W2GC

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Rich Landau W1IBN
3 years ago

When using WSJT-X or JTDX my 7300 takes almost 5sec to switch to transmit. I must be missing something. Any suggestions?

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Dave Brow K8KPU
3 years ago

Hi Rich,
I am using the WSJT-X program to transmit on FT 8 using my IC 7300. I am able to receive just fine, but when I go to transmit I have no output power. I have configured the settings as you described in your video and have confirmed them with your screen shots. Any idea what I am doing wrong?

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Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hi Rich,

The problem was the power setting was set to low, so when I activated the tune button there was no power output even though the radio would key up. Raised the power level and everything started working.
Thanks,
Dave, K8KPU

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Bob Powell
3 years ago

Hello, Rich

I downloaded the WSJT-X software and it’s installed on my old HP PC with Linux Mint 18.2 OS.

I updated the firmware to 1.21 today.

Problem is, I’ve been all over the Icom America website and can’t find the driver that you mention in your instructions. I’m using the USB Type A > Type B cable between the rig and the PC.

Is the driver included in the firmware update?

Thanks,
Bob / KD2BOB

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Bob Powell
3 years ago

Rich,

I searched on the site for IC-7300 driver and it said no results. So then I decided I might as well update the Firmware and the page had all the receivers and the firmware versions. What I did not see on that page was further down it shows drivers. Different from the page on your link, but still had them.

Now I wonder if I’m going to run into a problem as the driver is only for Windows version, no mention of Linux. 🙁

Still no joy yet. LOL

Thanks for the reply

Bob

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Bob Powell
3 years ago

I contacted Icom tech support and the tech told me they don’t have a driver for Linux. Amazing, as Icom is a global giant and there are millions of people that have Linux as an OS.

I’m going to see if a Linux ham forum can help on this. I hate to go back to Windows to operate SDR. I have Win10 on my dual-bootable desktop and the damn thing gives me nothing but problems.

Will let you know the outcome as I’m sure some of your fans use Linux.

Cheers,
Bob / KD2BOB

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Just received my IC73000 and just found your site. Thank you! Problem: whenever WSJT tries to transmit, USB-D shifts to SSB and no transmission. Seems like I saw that question earlier, but can’t find it now.

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Thank you! That fixed the “shifting to SSB” problem, but I’m still not there yet. I’ve lost WSJT receive, and it still doesn’t switch the rig to transmit. I’ve gone through all the computer sound settings, and I can see that WSJT is putting out audio when I hit TUNE, but it’s not turning on the rig. TEST CAT indicates all is well. Other settings in WSJT: PTT method is VOX, CONTROL LINES none, MODE data/pkt, SPLIT none, HANDSHAKE none. I am going to go through all your settings recommendations again to see if I’ve missed something. Bob, K5JPB

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Step-by-step! Changing to CAT took care of triggering the rig to TRANSMIT, but I have no power out. I had to go into the computer and disable the USB Audio CODECs, and enable USB Audio CODECs (2). Now I have reception, but still no output power. Also, I have to select (from the speaker icon) USB Audio CODEC instead of Realtek in order to get WSJT to use the former. I’m beginning to think the issue is a computer audio one, instead of a rig or software issue, but I’m still going to go over all your settings recommendations. Thank you for your help! I always have my SignaLink to fall back on, but I’d rather do it the 7300 way. Bob

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Yes, W10. After going over your recommendations (late last night), I see a few other settings to try. You’re really helping out the owners of IC 7300s. ICOM shouId be paying you! I’ve seen no other source of detailed instructions for putting the rig directly onto digital modes, although there may be other discussion groups going on. 73, Bob

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Update: turned everything on, intending to make a few settings changes. As usual, I tried everything as is first. OMG it works perfectly! Hmmmmm. Something reset itself overnight. Plan to go ahead and make the changes, one by one, even though the old rule of “don’t fix it if it’s not broken” may apply…. 73, Bob

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Hope you and your club had a Field Day blast! Thanks to your help, my IC7300 works beautifully on FT8, using WSJT. Using the same rig settings, I can’t get TX to work on PSK on DigiPan. I have the speakers coordinated, and I can receive OK (generally). There don’t seem to be all that many settings on DigiPan, and it has always worked fine with the SignaLink USB. Serial port is NONE. If I change it to COM3, my rig goes to TX until I switch back to NONE. Actually, I don’t use PSK much, but once in a while it’s fun to converse digitally. Any suggestions are welcomed! 73, Bob, K5JPB

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Wow — Thanks again! IC7300 was fine, but needed COM3, RTS. Bob, K%JPB

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ROBERT MINER
3 years ago

Follow-up: Set for 75 CLEAN watts with no ALC. First CQ answered by YB8MAN in Indonesia!! Wow. Thank you.

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Ken Crouse
3 years ago

I’m trying to set up IC-7300 to work in Split mode for WSJT-X/FT8. However, when I go through the basic set up procedure from 3-6 and 4-13 of the IC-7300 full manual, I get an error message on FT8 as follows:

“Rig Failure.
Emulated split mode requires rig to be set in simplex mod.”

I switch the IC-7300 Split mode off and things work O.K., but then I’m transmitting on the primary FT8 frequency (40m / 7.074 in my set-up).

Thanks for your thoughts…

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Ellen McCubbin
3 years ago

Hi RIch!
I’m a fairly new ham, general license, using an IC-7300. By following your instructions I’ve installed WSJT-X (v1.1.1) and can monitor and see signal coming thru in FT8. Test CAT seemed to work, and once Test PTT seemed to work, in that they took over the radio. But then it seemed like the radio was stuck in TX as the TX/RX button was a steady red. I pressed the transmit button to turn off the constant red TX. Should the TX/RX light be a constant red? Also, I seriously doubt I am actually transmitting because I’ve tried to respond to some CQ’s and send some CQ’s, but PSK Reporter says I haven’t been heard from in 20 hours.
Help!

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Ellen McCubbin
3 years ago

Also, somewhere along the line, it reset my AGC to mid when I had it off. WSJT doesn’t shut down nicely and I end up having to reboot my computer to get it back up.
Thanks in advance,
Ellen

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Ellen McCubbin
3 years ago

I have set my ICOM per the print screen. Now WSJT wont take control of the rig. Here is the radio configuration from a print screen. Serial port is COM3, which is correct. AF adjusted down to keep me out of the red. 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, NONE Handshake, CAT on COM3, Data PKT and FakeIT set. USB Audio CODEC selected. There was a PATH error in the install. I’ve uninstalled the driver and reinstalled. Uninstalled WSJT-X and reinstalled. I’ve rebooted. At this moment I can decode and see on the monitor, but not transmit as I don’t have control of the rig.

Is this WSJT program worth this frustration? From my point of view, the install and configuration should be easier than this. I’m running Windows 10 Home, version 1803, OS Build 17134.112

Any suggestions? And Thanks in advance.

KN4LWI

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Ellen McCubbin
3 years ago

Problem resolved. I had to put ferrite chokes on the USB cable, and disconnect the wireless mouse. Then a miracle occurred and I started to be heard and to get WSO’s. Thank you for your help. A ham on facebook suggested the ferrite and then the world came together.

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Hello, I use an ICOM 7300 with a mag loop. However nobody seems to hear my CQ. The TX does switch to transmission (red light and fan starting), and with another receiver I hear a garbled signal. I checked the PC playback device and I have the sound output bar going up. However output level level seems to be constant. Is this normal? USB MOD is at 40%.When I TX the IC7300, it switches from USB-D to USB and stays in USB? Didier

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Frank Cassidy
2 years ago

Hi

I run the IC 7300 mainly Digi Modes. For normal operation I use DXLab and MultiPSK
For contest I run N1MM Logger+. With this latter program the DAT MOD always goes to default ie: ACC it works OK but there is no way I can get it to default to DATA MOD USB. Seems a bit odd, I assume it’s the digital interface with N1MM which is MMVARI.
Any comments appreciated

Regards

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Rich Jacobs, M.D.
2 years ago

Hi Rich. I’m having a new problem I can’t solve. I’ve been using WSJT-X for over a year, using my Windows 10 PC (v. 1809) and my IC-7300. I upgraded WSJT-X to v.2.0.17 several weeks ago and it was working. Now, I can’t transmit. I’m using the Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART on COM3 (Driver: 6.6.1.0 ). I went into the Set Up menu and can’t find the device at all even though I see it in Device Manager. HRD seems to be transmitting fine. I’m stumped. Thanks Rich, AE0L

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Rich Jacobs, M.D.
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hi Rich,
WSJT-X receives fine, but “transmits” to the PC speakers, since it can’t “see” the USB bridge driver. The “Test CAT” and Test PTT” indicate normal function. WSJT-X just can’t “find” the USB driver that my Device Manager says is present and normally functioning. HRD seems to find this driver just fine. I tried rolling back WSJT-X to 1.9, without benefit (went back to 2.01) and tried disabling the Windows firewall, without benefit. I have the latest driver.
Ugh!
Rich, AE0L

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Rich Jacobs, M.D.
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hi Rich – USB Audio CODEC shown. Still transmits the audio into the speakers. In the past, I’ve been able to find and use the Silicon Labs USB to UART Bridge driver, but now WSJT-X can’t find it. I’m not a PC guru, but I suspect the Registry is corrupted. Reinstall drivers? Rich, AE0L

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KEVIN
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

So I have a question I am receiving a lot of stations, but no ne is hearing me. What do you set fro transmit, do I need to select something other than USB . . . RTTY . . .

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Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

I will be a little more specific. I just started working with WSPR. (I am a rookie…got my extra class last summer). The first evening I got received 177 spots, but O had 0 spots on my transmissions. I ran it again yesterday, my received spots may not have uploaded, but in any event I still have 0 sports on transmission. I am wondering if I have a setting off. Using a 7610.

Kevin, K9KRM

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Kevin Murray
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Thank you very much, I was able to find it, we will see if that helps.

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Kevin, K9KRM
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Thanks. I should also note I am a mac user. I have not tried FT8 yet. That is up next. Currently I am plugged into USB-. Not sure what you mean about Do I see any power output. The meter has been set to SWR, it does react in transmit mode. I am sending in two pieces the software says too long

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Greg, N7BSH
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hey Rich. I’ve tried to setup my 7300 the way you have stated, but do not get any replies from others.
I can see other transmissions. When I test the PTT in ‘radio’ It clicks the radio to send transmission, but the box turns red. Any help would be appreciated.
Greg
N7BSH

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Kevin, K9KRM
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Network is different DHCP is off, Default primary and @nd Server are empty No network name Network control is off. Internet access is FTTH and USB send is off and all empty

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Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

I cannot seem to find USB Send in the menu . . . how do you get to it. On the CI-V baud rate. I do not have a choice for 115200. 4800, 9600 19200 and auto

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Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  K0PIR

I have a 7610 connectors There is no option for CI-V USB Port,

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David
2 years ago

Hi Rich,

First, thank you for all the excellent support to everyone! I have my 7300 talking with the local computer all working 100% (still learning!). Now with AnyDesk and I can hear and control the local computer (DXLab) at any remote location with my laptop. I can change things in DXLab, etc. but I can’t get the TX side on SSB to work?! RX audio is great on the remote labtop but I can’t figure out the TX and audio setup part for SSB TX.
Any help is greatly appreciated!

73,
David
AD4CC

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David Kimbrell
1 year ago

How about settings for JT8call?

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David Hall
1 year ago

Have you done a video on connecting to a Raspberry Pi4? I got most t work, but am struggling to get Cat button to turn green

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Auggie
1 year ago

Was having issues with setting up Codex audio/mic settings in Win10 until I found this post. Was constantly over-driving my signal on WSJT-x and could not find a good tutorial to walk me though the steps on the Win10 side. And now I know how to use the TEST button on WSJTx and watch the meters on the 7300. Great job and thank you. Expecting to make many more FT-8 contacts now that everything is working properly.

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