WSJT-X and LOG4OM Tutorial Free and Easy!

K0PIR

I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Jon Streaty
3 years ago

Not using ICOM gear. I have a Yaesu FT-991A. Is the setup similar, just using Yaesu parameters?

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Chris
3 years ago

Great Job & just what I wanted to do. I much prefer a direct connection for logging, rather than needing to start an intermediary program to handle it!

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Carlos Fonseca
3 years ago

Hello.

I need your help.

I do like you say, but ow have a problem:

I connect Log4OM (V.2.11.0.0)
I connect WSJT-X

and on IC-7610 turn’s to RTTY-R mode.

Wha I need t do, to the mode pass auto to DATA ?

Tks in Adv.

73’s, Carlos CT1GFQ

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Carlos Fonseca
3 years ago
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Hello Rich.

I made some changes and now is OK.
In OmniRig I’ve selected IC-7610, and now I have IC-7610 Data. And pass to USB-D2.

Tks.

Carlos, CT1GFQ

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Paul
2 years ago

Looks like this is for ICOM I have Yaesu FT-991A and FTDX 10

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Paul
2 years ago

I like the logbook. Just can’t get pass ICOM stuff

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Roland
2 months ago

Log4omV2 works fine with wsjts and omnirig with my 7610. I use the latest versions. When I use the cluster in log4om to change the band and frequency it does so. But it also change the filter settings from 3,6K to 1,2 K. How do I prevent that from happening?

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Roland
2 months ago
Reply to  K0PIR

Hello Rich, Thanks for having me here. Yes I did not change the mode and still in FT8.

The solution came from Bruce N7XGR. He wrote me a mail and I hope he doesn’t mind to copy it into this site to help not just me but also others. He wrote this:

Roland, It sounds like the filter number is changing.
Try this modified .ini that I edited to have FIL2 selected
all of the time. You can change the filter bandwidth (FIL2)
by pressing and holding the FILTER button then tap the BW button
then rotate the VFO to your desired bandwidth then tap the BW again
to set this. Remember to save this new setting via the SD card
save in the menu.
Attached is this, IC-7610-DATA-FIL2.ini In Omnirig select this via the dropdown
after you copied and pasted this .ini into the Rigs folder in Omnirig.
Mine is located here, C:\Program Files (x86)\Afreet\OmniRig
C:\Program Files (x86)\Afreet\OmniRig\Rigs
This is the change,
[pmDIG_U]
; These lines select USB-D Data Mode 1 (DATA1 MOD) which defaults to USB sound card modulation,
; FIL2
Command=FEFE98E0.2600.01.01.02.FD
ReplyLength=16
Validate=FEFE98E02600010102FD.FEFEE098FBFD

Bruce N7XGR

Rich, thanks again and best wishes.

regards from Holland

Roland PE1PIN

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