Do I need Digirig for my radio? What items should I order? Which Digirig configuration should I get?
Maybe you read the manuals cover-to-cover, maybe you spend all day trying every possible option before reluctantly opening the documentation. Regardless, if you are a first time owner of a Digirig unit – this post is for you.
After about a year of intense fine tuning Digirig Mobile went through nine revisions and it is now ready to graduate into higher volume production. Let’s take a look at the specifics.
Digirig is often described as turnkey, just works and plug-n-play, however your mileage may vary. There is no shortage of complexity in radio even before we add computers. Such complexity makes this hobby a delightful bottomless pit of learning. It also leaves plenty of room for things to not work out-of-the-box.
Diversity is beautiful. Let’s look at all the rig control options we encounter in modern and classic amateur radio transceivers and the ways to realize their best potential for digital modes and remote operation.
One of the final touches required for enjoying digital modes is setting up the audio levels. There are multiple controls hidden in different places so the process might be somewhat difficult the first time around.
Now that the first shipments are arriving it’s time to look at the cables.