Understanding Soundcard Interfacing by Ernie Mills, WM2U.

    http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/interface.html 

This page is an attempt to correlate the interfacing schemes for various Radio models, and Sound Card configurations. Since 26th December 1998, when the sound card version of PSK31 was first introduced to the Ham community, and after much dialog, experimentation and confusion, an interfacing pattern slowly emerged. I feel that an understanding of this pattern is valuable and can save you a lot of time and grief. Please note that each circuit references various letters which will correlate with the Radio pin-outs on the various popup tables available. Just click the manufactures button below, pick your radio and read off the hook-up points.

 

 

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