Re: How to verify SC Spots of mine actually go to Internet?

Dave AA6YQ

As described in


WinWarbler has the ability to decode all PSK signals on the band.
WinWarbler's Broadband PSK Decoder provides an option (which you evidently
have enabled) to create a local spot when a new PSK signal is decoded.
"Local spot" means an entry is created in SpotCollector's Spot Database; no
"DX spot" is sent to the DX cluster network.

There is no way to spot automatically decoded PSK signals to the DX cluster
network. You can, however, use the Spot button in WinWarbler's "QSO Info"
panel to easily generate a DX cluster network spot for any station you
decode or work.

As I understand it, "PSK Reporter" is not connected to the DX cluster


Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, August 06, 2012 9:01 AM
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Subject: [dxlab] How to verify SC Spots of mine actually go to Internet?

Dunno if I phrased that correctly.

Simply put, as I am in the process of learning WinWarbler, I see spots
decoded by me appear in SpotCollector as "Local".

In 'Config', I have DXSPOTS enabled and its "Spot" button is active.

Next I go to and look for any spots posted by my
callsign. But I see none.

If I transmit, eventually, usually soon, I will see the psk-reporter
stations who heard me. However, that has nothing to do with
SpotCollector , which is obvious.

So how do I get my local spots to get posted somewhere on the


p.s. Thanks Dave or the links to help me be able to actually make
contacts. That part is working nicely now.


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