TS-2000 & Home Brew Sound Card Interface
So I built a sound card interface for my TS-2000. I set up the pins as described in the manual to plug into the TS-2000's ACC2 port. I have verified that it is working buy testing continuity and the fact it RX audio through the port.
My question is, I can't seem to figure out what mode to put the TS-2000 into TX for PSK-31 and other digi modes. I have experience with radios like the FT-857D and FT-450 which have dedicated digital modes. But the 2K does not.
Does anyone run PSK-31 on a TS-2000 using a home brew interface going through the ACC port? Any help is appreciated.
this forum might help? A quick browse ("TS2000 digital modes" to Google) around suggests it's not too difficult. It seems that the TS2000 can even have an IF bandwidth set to 100Hz for PSK31.
should be a com port keying the PTT line on the ACC port
heres a link to a helpful website LINK
PSK is a linear mode therefore you want the radio set to SSB! If you did not build some type of radio keying circuit off of the sound card audio, you will have to use the radios VOX to key the transmitter.
Originally Posted by KJ4CTS