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PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:18 pm 
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Just won an IQ32 HF SDR Transceiver at a hamfest. Receive seems fine. Transmit on SSB seems to be off frequency. It also seems to lag and slow down my voice. Can't find any explanation of proper mike gain setting or how to set the power level. I have found how to set those values but have no idea what the values mean or how to determine the right values. Help please.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 06, 2019 5:21 am 
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Hi,

Welcome to the IQ32 forum. For operating instructions and control information I will send you to the manual, which you can download at the bottom of this page:

https://sites.google.com/site/rshfiqtransceiver/home/iq-32-sdr-transceiver

You should also update the FW since it has changed since the IQ32 was manufactured and a new release is on the way with CW keyer functions.

As for the delay in the voice, remember that the radio is a SDR so it uses buffers to move data through FIR filters and other processing. This processing means that the data output is delayed with respect to the data input causing a little bit of latency. It really doesn't have much of an effect unless you are trying to listen to your own signal.

73,
Jim WA2EUJ


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 12:48 pm 
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KG2U wrote:
Just won an IQ32 HF SDR Transceiver at a hamfest. Receive seems fine. Transmit on SSB seems to be off frequency. It also seems to lag and slow down my voice. Can't find any explanation of proper mike gain setting or how to set the power level. I have found how to set those values but have no idea what the values mean or how to determine the right values. Help please.



i found that 20 was the best value for my voice, i did a few on air tests while out in the park and people told my there was distortion at 25


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