Thanks to FM4LV for my first DroidRTTY QSO today. 30 W on 10 m from AZ…not bad. The baudot decoder syncs quite quickly, nice job!
I think the easiest way to use DroidRTTY is to keep the window at some frequency (1 kHz works for me) and tune the radio so that sigs fall in the decoder. Also, with my FT-100 I can invoke an audio BPF and set it nicely around 1 kHz for additional selectivity.
Great !!! You are right with the slider. I do this also but mainly in DroidPSK. The bandwidth in DroidRTTY is much wider and easier to adjust.
I had a couple of nice rtty qso’s on 10m to Europe with DroidRTTY on a HTC Flyer and a FT-817 with 2.5 Watts.
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