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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 12 Sep 2021 16:34 #16

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TCI outout doesn't work for me either....

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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 12 Sep 2021 16:52 #17

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Hi,
TX work with 2.90, but the TCI slider can't be moved, but the tx level is fixed at 0 db
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 12 Sep 2021 18:52 #18

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The TCI input gain is now a FIXED VALUE like it was in 1.3.X versions

I asked Roman about this and that was the answer I got, So it appears that the adjusting of the TCI gain control will be a Fixed value going forward and you will use the software Application to control the amount of Input gain that V3 gets . just like in the earlier 1.3.X versions.

Hope that clears this up
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 12 Sep 2021 19:12 #19

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That's it .. clear now

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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 13 Sep 2021 07:08 #20

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How? Remember I'm completely new to this program and know none of the history behind it???
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 13 Sep 2021 11:17 #21

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Neil wrote:
How? Remember I'm completely new to this program and know none of the history behind it???

Not sure what you are asking how about Neil sorry?
if your asking how to adjust the TCI gain for TX that is now done with the application you are using example: MSHV, JTDX etc. any app that would use TCI for audio should have an ability to add or reduce the audio gain being sent to V3 software.

in V3 place the meter in MIC mode and adjust your application to get close to 0.0 dB on meter a little less is fine more then 0.0 should be reduced.

is that what you are asking?
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 13 Sep 2021 13:03 #22

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SO if say using MSHV - you adjust the input gain for TCI using the TX slider function in MSHV which is located on the far right side near bottom it is a Vertical slider, if you adjust it in my case ALL the way to top. I get in FT8 mode an average of -0.07 to -0.04 on the mic meter and the V3 display where the Mic selection is changes to TCI when it is in TX mode.
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 13 Sep 2021 13:09 #23

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That's it ..
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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 17 Sep 2021 12:47 #24

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No matter where I set the slider I still do not get any power when transmitting. I using Windows 10 and Rc005 with at at least doesn't crash MSHV. Sound setting are all set to TCI input and output. So what am I doing wrong???

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ExpertSDR3 Alpha/Beta Roadmap 17 Sep 2021 13:00 #25

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Neil,
Can you enable team Viewer session?
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