locked Re: Logging Wrong Rcv Freq to DXKeeper


Joe Subich, W4TV
 

On 2021-07-12 5:01 PM, Dale Drake wrote:

So why does JTAlert list my xmt freq as the rcv freq if I'm running split in FT8 in WSJT-X? If my dial freq is 50.313 and I'm listening
on 500Hz audio and transmitting on 2500 Hz audio JTAlert should
show my xmt as 50.315.5 and my rcv as either 50.313 or 50.3135 but
it doesn't.
Because *WSJTX* ONLY REPORTS ONE FREQUENCY. If you have a problem
with that take it up with the developers of WSJTX. Note: *UPDATE*
to WSJTX 2.4.0 (the current release level) *BEFORE* reporting any
"BUG".

JTAlert can only report what WSJTX gives it.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 2021-07-12 5:01 PM, Dale Drake wrote:
Okay, so none of the comments so far have helped me solve my problem.  I know that JTAlert creates a 1 QSO ADIF file that includes both the xmt and rcv freq that is read by DXKeeper and it is logged as presented.  So why does JTAlert list my xmt freq as the rcv freq if I'm running split in FT8 in WSJT-X?  If my dial freq is 50.313 and I'm listening on 500Hz audio and transmitting on 2500 Hz audio JTAlert should show my xmt as 50.315.5 and my  rcv as either 50.313 or 50.3135 but it doesn't.

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