Ultimately, I'd like to use SRDuno as a panadapter with HRD running as well. I have seen the videos of using a virtual port splitter such as VSPE or com0com. I'd like to get that working as well, especially using com0com. But first I need SDRuno to play nice with the radio. Please anyone able to help or at least point me to the right direction?
I am currently running:
OS: Windows 10 Home Version 1903
Processor: intel i3-7100 @ 3.9GHz
Ram: 8 GB
Enhanced Port - COM3
Standard Port - COM4
Omnirig version: 1.19
SDRuno version: 1.32
HRD Version: 18.104.22.168
Thanks for any help provided!
Jeremy - K5JSG
Almost all dual com port Yaesu rigs use the Enhanced port for rig control.
Double check your DTR/RTS settings. A google IMAGE search "ft991 omnirig" should be a good starting point
Reason: No reason
So I have omnirig setup as I am seeing in the images found on google.
RIG TYPE: FT-991
PORT: COM 3
BAUD RATE: 38400 (Confirmed in Radio: Menu ID # 031 - Cat rate: 38400)
DATA BITS: 8
STOP BITS: 2
POLL INT., MS: 100
TIMOUT, MS: 200
As seen in the original post, my ports in device manager on windows 10 are Enhanced Port COM3 and Standard Port COM4.
However, going into SDRuno's main window and clicking on settings, going to ORIG it says "Can't connect to the OmniRig server"
Still a no go with SDRuno. With Omnirig running, I open SDRuno. Then go to the RX control screen and made sure the RSYN1 button is turned on. Then went to the settings>ORIG and made sure RIG1 was selected, just like in the video. However, when I go to "MAIN" window and click on Settings>ORIG it shows the RIG1 and RIG2 types. At the bottom of that window, under the ENABLE button it says "Can't connect to OmniRig server".
I still have no rig control in SDRuno.
However if I close SDRuno and Omnirig, programs like Ham Radio Deluxe and WSJTX take control and work just fine with the rig.
Although, if Omnirig is open, neither of those programs will take control of the rig. I get error messages saying they can not connect to the rig because the port is busy.
So I'm guessing that Omnirig is working correctly, but I'm at a loss as to why Omnirig and SDRuno can't talk to each other.
Anyone had a problem similar to this and able to fix it? Mike any more ideas?
HRD does not have native omnirig support and WSJT-X has issue when using omnirig (from my own experiences). Make sure nothing else is communication with the rig when using omnirig.You might want to look into the omnirig client app to verify your settings. SDRuno only uses omnirig as a transport so the issue is with omnirig and your rig not SDRuno and omnirig.
Reason: No reason
Yeah I have been running omnirig as administrator (right click and run as admin).
I have checked and rechecked the enhanced com port (COM3) has the exact same settings in the port settings as both the rig and Omnirig.
I’m just at a loss... as to why SDRuno states “can’t connect to omnirig server”?
I have boot the PC... once up, I turn on the power supply for the rig and then turn on the rig...Once the rig is up I start omnirig and then SDRuno.
I do NOT have any programs that would control the rig in anyway in a startup file or anything (ex. HRD or WSJT or even omnirig).
http://www.dxatlas.com/OmniRig/Files/RigIni.zip I hope it fixes the issue
Finally it works.
TRX connected with USB cable (not rs232)
setting need to be as follows.
Baud rate 38400
baud rate 38400
com port 3
leave all other settings as default
Please install latest rig.ini file (see website omnirig)
This works now .
Only thing i do not see the vfo B when in split mode on LOG4OM.
So finally a result.
73 Michel ON7QL
Reason: No reason
So I have been running Omnirig as administrator, but not SDRuno. I tried something this morning just playing really, and tried running SDRuno as admin. Low and behold cat control is working now!!!!
YAY!!!! I'm a happy camper!
Thanks for all your patience and help Mike! It is greatly appreciated!