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Setting the Audio Input Level for PSK Operation on Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 19

(update in progress)

  1. On WinWarbler's Main window, set the Operating Mode panel to PSK31 or PSK63 or PSK125

  2. On the Configuration window's Soundcard tab, click the Mixer adjustments panel's Reception button to display Windows' Sound window.

  3. Select the Sound window's Recording tab

    • http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Wiki/Graphics/WinWarbler/WindowsSoundRecording.jpg


  • scroll (if necessary) to locate the recording device that you've chosen in the PSK & RTTY Reception selector on the Soundcard tab of WinWarbler's Configuration window, e.g. Microphone (USB Audio CODEC), and select it by clicking on it

  • click the Properties button to display the Properties window for the selected recording device


  • select the Properties window's Levels tab, and adjust its slider so that the waterfall display depicts your receiver's pass band in medium grey:

    • http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Wiki/Graphics/WinWarbler/Passband.jpg

  • PSK signals will appear as whitish columns in the waterfall display:
    • http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Wiki/Graphics/WinWarbler/PSKSignals.jpg

To enable one Volume slider setting to work for both PSK and RTTY, you can adjust the waterfall gain slider in the Receiver panel's tuning display subpanel on the Config window's PSK tab.

Setting the Audio Output Level for PSK Operation

Operating in PSK

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