micro KEYER II and N1MM Logger Setup

micro KEYER II and N1MM Logger Setup
microKEYER II and N1MM Logger Setup
Router setup:
Note: The specific port numbers are not important. The key is consistency - the same port
number must be used for a specific function in both Router and the logger.
1. Assign a virtual COM port for radio control (CAT). Click the Set button, select the transceiver from
the drop down box, set the Baud Rate and CI-V address if needed.
2. Assign PTT to RTS on the same ports as you used for CAT.
3. Assign a port for FSK and check the PTT box. If you will not be using FSK, you may skip this step.
4. Assign a port for WinKey. Select the appropriate PTT output and QSK or PTT operation on Router's
PTT tab.
5. On the Audio Switching tab, set VOICE to “Microphone jack, logger or DVK control" and
set FSK/DIGITAL to “Line input (rear).”
6. Set the appropriate PTT outputs for each mode on the the PTT tab.
7. Save settings to a preset by selecting menu Preset | Save as. Choose a position and name
it N1MM.
N1MM hardware setup:
1. Click Config | Configure Ports, Telent Addresses, Other ...
2. Assign the radio to the virtual COM port you
used in Router's Ports tab
3. Assign Digital and CW/PTT functions to the
virtual ports you used in Router
4. Assign a port for CW (WinKey)
5. For the radio port click Set and set proper
communication parameters.
6. Set RTS (pin 7) to PTT.
7. Set DTR (Pin 4) to Always Off.
8. Uncheck “Energize Hardware & Software
PTT”
9. DO NOT check any of the "PTT via Radio
Command" options.
10. Configure the Digital ports taking care to
associate each port with the correct Radio
(Radio Nr) and Digital Interface (Dig Wind Nr) if
your transceiver supports SO2V operation.
11. Set DTR to "Always Off" and set RTS (pin 7) to
PTT or “Always Off”.
12. For the CW Port click Set, check the WinKey
box and select Both radios.
13. Configure WinKey using the
WinKey tab.
14. Pin 5 Function should be PTT.
Note: Timing parameters are
set on the CW/WinKey tab in
Router. Router will override any
settings made in N1MM Logger.
15. Configure Audio for "1 – Only use Radio 1 Output Device, Output on both channels”
16. Select "Headset Earphone (microHAM CODEC)" as the Radio 1 Output Device.
17. Do Not check either “Internal Radio Codec” box.
18. Select "Headset Earphone (microHAM CODEC)" as the Message Recording Device and select
“Heasdet Microphone” as the Message Recording Port.
19. Select "Headset Earphone (microHAM CODEC)" as the QSO Recording Device and select “Line” as
the QSO Recording Port.
20. Set Recording Channels to one (1) if your transceiver has only one receiver. Set Recording
Channels to two (2) if your transceiver has a subreceiver and you want to record both receivers.
MMTTY FSK setup:
N1MM Logger supports the MMTTY Engine, MMVARI and/or an external TNC for RTTY contesting.
This configuration is based on using MMTTY in FSK mode.
1. Install MMTTY.
Note: If your radio supports
dual receiver (SO2V) operation,
you may want to install MMTTY
to two different directories on
your hard disk.
2. Select the Digital Modes tab in
the N1MM Logger Configurer.
3. Set TU Type to Soundcard
4. Select FSK as the MMTTY mode
for DI-1 and DI-2.
5. Enter the path to each MMTTY
installation.
6. Open the Mode Control
tab
7. Set the appropriate RTTY
and PSK modes for your
radio.
Note: See the N1MM
Logger Help files for the
supported RTTY and PSK
modes for your radios.
8. Set the method to
determine the mode to
log.
9. Click "OK" to save the
settings and close the
Configurer.
10. Activate the left Entry Window (Radio 1) and open the Digital Interface.
11. If this is the first time you have used the MMTTY interface, click on Interface | MMTTY to
activate the MMTTY interface.
12. In the Digital Interface, Click Setup | Setup MMTTY.
13. Select the "SoundCard" tab.
14. Select microHAM CODEC for
Transmission and Reception.
15. Select the TX tab
16. Set PTT & FSK to the port
used for Router's FSK port.
17. Select the Misc Tab
18. Select Source = Left
19. Set Tx Port to COM-TxD(FSK)
20. Click USB port button, choose C: Limiting speed and click
OK
21. Click "OK" on the Misc tab to close the MMTTY Set-up for Radio 1
If your radio does not support Dual receive (SO2V) Operation, FSK configuration is complete.
22. Activate the right Entry Window (Radio 2) and open the Digital Interface.
23. Click on Interface | MMTTY to activate the MMTTY interface.
24. In the Digital Interface, Click Setup | Setup MMTTY.
25. Select the "SoundCard" tab.
26. Select microHAM CODEC for
both Transmission and
Reception.
27. Select the TX tab
28. Set PTT & FSK to Router's
2nd FSK Port.
29. Select the Misc Tab
30. Select Source = Right
31. Set Tx Port to COM-TxD(FSK)
32. Click USB port button, choose C: Limiting speed and click
OK
33. Click "OK" on the Misc tab to close the MMTTY Set-up.
MMTTY AFSK setup:
N1MM Logger supports the MMTTY Engine, MMVARI and/or an external TNC for RTTY contesting.
This configuration is based on using MMTTY in AFSK mode.
AFSK does not require a digital port for each radio. If you will be using only AFSK and PSK, it is not
necessary to define "Digital" ports on the N1MM "Hardware" tab or FSK ports in Router.
1. Install MMTTY.
Note: If your radio supports dual
receiver (SO2V) operation, you may
want to install MMTTY to two
different directories on your hard
disk.
2. Select the Digital Modes tab in
the N1MM Logger Configurer.
3. Set the TU Type to Soundcard
4. select AFSK as the MMTTY mode
for both DI-1 and DI-2.
5. Enter the path to each copy of
MMTTY.
6. Open the Mode Control tab
7. Set the appropriate RTTY and
PSK modes for each radio.
Note: See the N1MM Logger
Help files for the supported
RTTY and PSK modes for your
radios.
8. Set the method to determine
the mode recorded in the log.
9. Save and Close the Configurer.
10. Activate the left Entry Window (Radio 1) and open the Digital Interface.
11. If this is the first time you have used the MMTTY interface, click on Interface | MMTTY to
activate the MMTTY interface.
12. In the Digital Interface, Click
Setup | Setup MMTTY.
13. Select the "SoundCard" tab.
14. Select microHAM CODEC for
both Transmission and
Reception.
15. Select the Misc Tab
16. Select Source = Left
17. Set Tx Port to Sound.
18. Click "OK" to close MMTTY
Set-up for Radio 1
If your radio does not support Dual receive (SO2V) Operation, FSK configuration is complete.
19. Activate the right Entry Window (Radio 2) and open the Digital Interface.
20. Click on Interface | MMTTY to activate the MMTTY interface.
21. In the Digital Interface, Click
Setup | Setup MMTTY.
22. Select the "SoundCard" tab.
23. Select microHAM CODEC for
both Transmission and
Reception.
24. Select the Misc Tab
25. Select Source = Right
26. Set Tx Port to Sound
27. Click "OK" to close MMTTY Setup for Radio 2.
MMVARI Setup with FSK:
N1MM Logger supports the MMTTY Engine, MMVARI and/or an external TNC for RTTY contesting. This
configuration is for FSK RTTY and PSK.
FSK requires use of a digital port for each radio. Be sure you have defined Digital ports for each radio in
the N1MM "Hardware" tab and FSK ports in Router.
1. Select the Digital Modes
tab in the N1MM Logger
Configurer.
2. Set the TU Type to
Soundcard
3. select FSK as the MMVARI
RTTY mode for both DI-1
and DI-2.
4. Set the FSK Port to
FSK8250 for both DI-1
and DI-2
5. Open the Mode Control
tab
6. Set the appropriate RTTY and
PSK modes for each radio.
7. Note: See the N1MM
Logger Help files for the
supported RTTY and PSK
modes for your radios.
8. Set the method to determine
the mode recorded in the log.
9. Save and Close the N1MM
Configurer.
10. Activate the left Entry Window (Radio 1) and enter PSK.
11. Click Setup | Settings. Select MMVARI as the Preferred RTTY Interface and Preferred PSK Interface.
12. Select MMVARI Setup.
13. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Input Soundcard #
to “Line (microHAM
CODEC)” and select the
Left Input.
14. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Output Soundcard #
to “Headset Earphone
(microHAM CODEC)”.
15. Set DI2 MMVARI Sound
Card Input Soundcard #
to “Line (microHAM
CODEC)” and select the
Right input.
16. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Output Soundcard #
to “Headset Earphone
(microHAM CODEC)”
17. Save the configuration.
18. Select RTTY-L mode in MMVARI in DI-1
19. Select the MMVARIFSK1 window from the Windows Task
Bar.
20. Set Port to the port you chose for FSK in Router
21. Set PTT output to RTS
22. Check Limiting Speed
23. Return the MMVARIFSK1 window to the Task Bar.
If your radio does not support Dual receive (SO2V) Operation, FSK configuration is complete.
24. Select DI-2 (Open the second DI if it is not already open)
25. Select Interface | MMVARI if MMVARI is not already
the active interface
26. Select RTTY-L mode in MMVARI.
27. Select the MMVARIFSK2 window from the Windows Task
Bar.
28. Set Port to the port you chose for 2nd FSK in Router.
29. Set PTT output to RTS
30. Check Limiting Speed
31. Return the MMVARIFSK2 window to the Task Bar.
MMVARI setup with AFSK:
N1MM Logger supports the MMTTY Engine, MMVARI and/or an external TNC for RTTY contesting. This
configuration is for AFSK RTTY and PSK.
AFSK and PSK do not require the use of a digital port for each radio. Do not configure a Digital Port in
N1MM Logger or a FSK Port in Router.
1. Select the Digital Modes
tab in the N1MM Logger
Configurer.
2. Set the TU Type to
Soundcard
3. select AFSK as the MMVARI
RTTY mode for both DI-1
and DI-2.
4. Open the Mode Control
tab
5. Set the appropriate RTTY and
PSK modes for each radio.
Note: See the N1MM Logger
Help files for the supported
RTTY (AFSK) and PSK modes
for your radios.
6. Set the method to determine
the mode recorded in the log.
7. Save and Close the N1MM
Configurer.
8. Activate the left Entry Window (Radio 1) and enter PSK.
9. Click Setup | Settings. Select MMVARI as the Preferred RTTY Interface and Preferred PSK Interface.
10. Select MMVARI Setup.
11. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Input Soundcard #
to “Line (microHAM
CODEC)” and select the
Left Input.
12. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Output Soundcard #
to “Headset Earphone
(microHAM CODEC)”.
13. Set DI2 MMVARI Sound
Card Input Soundcard #
to “Line (microHAM
CODEC)” and select the
Right input.
14. Set DI1 MMVARI Sound
Card Output Soundcard #
to “Headset Earphone
(microHAM CODEC)”
15. Save the configuration.
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