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Re: Kenwood set TM-V71 and Multipsk

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I use an ICOM IC-7300 with Multipsk + Commander and that is perfect!!

I have also a Kenwood TM-V71 for 2 meter / 70 cm and I will use Multipsk and eventual Commander for this set. Is this possible?

On the backside of the set, there are two connectors: “Data” and “PC”.

+ The TM-V71 manual in

http://manual.kenwood.com/files/B62-1926-40.pdf

+ indicates that the backpanel PC connector enables connection to a PC and there's a menu item that controls the speed of this port, but there is no description of the commands that the TM-71 will accept via this port. Without this documentation, Commander cannot be extended to interoperate with a TM-71.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: DX Commander with an IC-7300 and SDR Console

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I use DX Commander with SDR Console to run my Hermes Lite 2 SDR transceiver. In SDR Console View : Options : More Options I set the serial port to one end of a set of serial ports. I can then config the Commander port to the other end of the virtual serial cable and choose radio: Kenwood. Works well.

+ Thanks for the description and report, Bob!

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Seleqso's

Dave Tucker Nu4N <dwtucker19@...>
 

Tnx Mike for the help 73's.
--
 Dave NU4N


Kenwood set TM-V71 and Multipsk

Delta-Tech
 

Dear all.

I use an ICOM IC-7300 with Multipsk + Commander and that is perfect!!

I have also a Kenwood TM-V71 for 2 meter / 70 cm and I will use Multipsk and eventual Commander for this set. Is this possible?

On the backside of the set, there are two connectors: “Data” and “PC”.

Best 73

Marcel Tuerlings, PE1LUP


Re: DX Commander with an IC-7300 and SDR Console

Bob Benedict, KD8CGH
 

I use DX Commander with SDR Console to run my Hermes Lite 2 SDR transceiver. In SDR Console View : Options : More Options I set the serial port to one end of a set of serial ports. I can then config the Commander port to the other end of the virtual serial cable and choose radio: Kenwood. Works well.


Re: Seleqso's

ND9G Mike
 

" How do I export just a few qsos buy date  or call sign to to be imported into another log program?"


You can filter your log page display to show only the QSOs you want to export.
This is the general help for filtering.

More specifically, if you want call. Type in the call in the filter field at the bottom of the log and click the Call button.

If you want a certain date, type in teh date and click the date button.

If you want a range of dates, click the Adv button to open the Advanced sorst, Filters, Modifier window. You can use this to filter by a number of things.




When filtered, go to the Export tab and export (like to an ADIF). You will be prompted that your log is filter and ask if you want to remove the filter, click no.




73,
Mike ND9G


On Sun, Feb 7, 2021 at 10:23 AM Dave Tucker Nu4N <dwtucker19@...> wrote:
How do I export just a few qsos buy date  or call sign to to be imported into another log program?
73's

--
 Dave NU4N


Seleqso's

Dave Tucker Nu4N <dwtucker19@...>
 

How do I export just a few qsos buy date  or call sign to to be imported into another log program?
73's

--
 Dave NU4N


Re: Outgoing spot

eddy on5jk
 

Thanks Dave, finaly the Sysop discovered the culprit.

VE7CC had changed grid-commands without informing the Sysop of ON0DXK-cluster.

<set/grid> now became <set/dxgrid> (and <set/nogrid> became <set/nodxgrid>)

At least,that's what the Sysop told me.

73 de Eddy ON5JK

Op 30/01/2021 om 16:59 schreef Dave AA6YQ:

+ AA6YQ comments below
In every spot i am sending, i see that tere's always "JO21" at the end of the spot notes.

Sometimes i see spots from other stations with their QRA-locator on the end, sometimes there is not.

Is there a place to select when sending a spot, with the locator or not?
+The cluster node you're using to convey outgoing spots is doing that, not SpotCollector.
How many caracters a spot note can contain as a maximum?

+ 29 characters.

       73,

             Dave, AA6YQ

 


updated eQSL AG and LoTW databases are available....

Dave AA6YQ
 

...via the Databases tab of DXView's Configuration window.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Spot Collector reporting SSB instead of AM

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
Based on this text from your link - When you direct DXKeeper to generate an outgoing DX spot from a logged QSO or from information in the Capture window, the QSO's mode is used to populate the outgoing spot's notes.

The mode should have been set to AM since it was listed that way in the capture window right?

+ Yes, if you initiated the outgoing spot by clicking the Capture window's Spot button. If you initiate the outgoing spot from the "Outgoing spot" panel at the top of SpotCollector's Main window, you must add the mode to the spot notes. before clicking the Cluster button.

     73,

            Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Spot Collector reporting SSB instead of AM

iain macdonnell - N6ML
 

On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 2:51 PM HB via groups.io
<hbjr=optilink.us@groups.io> wrote:

Thanks for a quick reply Dave....

Based on this text from your link - When you direct DXKeeper to generate an outgoing DX spot from a logged QSO or from information in the Capture window, the QSO's mode is used to populate the outgoing spot's notes.

The mode should have been set to AM since it was listed that way in the capture window right?
What do you mean by "mode [...] set to AM" ?

dxsummit shows the following spots from you today. Which of them do
you consider to be incorrect, and how?

K4HYJ-@ 21074.7 FK8HA 22:06 06 Feb FT8 New Caledonia
K4HYJ-@ 21074.4 PY5EJ 21:54 06 Feb FT8 Brazil
K4HYJ-@ 21075.5 ZD8HZ 21:52 06 Feb FT8 Ascension Island
K4HYJ-@ 14330.0 K5TUE 20:57 06 Feb AM Rally United States
K4HYJ-@ 14330.0 W7A 20:37 06 Feb AM Rally United States
K4HYJ-@ 14330.0 W7A 20:37 06 Feb AM United States

If none of those, how did you observe the problem that you're reporting?

73,

~iain / N6ML


Re: Spot Collector reporting SSB instead of AM

HB
 

Thanks for a quick reply Dave....

Based on this text from your link - When you direct DXKeeper to generate an outgoing DX spot from a logged QSO or from information in the Capture window, the QSO's mode is used to populate the outgoing spot's notes.

The mode should have been set to AM since it was listed that way in the capture window right?

Am I still missing something?

Hank
K4HYJ


Re: Spot Collector reporting SSB instead of AM

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
I'm sure I have a setting wrongly set.  I was participating in the AM Rally today and when sending spots to the cluster via CQDX they would report on the cluster as SSB when it was actually AM.  DXKeeper, Commander, all reported AM (radio is also in AM mode).

I spotted one station via DXKeeper Capture's button and the next one via the outgoing spot window in Spot Collector - they both showed up on the cluster as SSB stations.

Any advice?

+ Yes: see "Determining a DX Spot's Mode" in

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/SpotDatabaseMode

     73,

             Dave, AA6YQ

 


Spot Collector reporting SSB instead of AM

HB
 

I'm sure I have a setting wrongly set.  I was participating in the AM Rally today and when sending spots to the cluster via CQDX they would report on the cluster as SSB when it was actually AM.  DXKeeper, Commander, all reported AM (radio is also in AM mode).

I spotted one station via DXKeeper Capture's button and the next one via the outgoing spot window in Spot Collector - they both showed up on the cluster as SSB stations.

Any advice?

Hank
K4HYJ


Re: DX Commander with an IC-7300 and SDR Console

Hasan Schiers N0AN
 

Tnx on Skimmer tip, that will keep him busy. 
Hasan


On Fri, Feb 5, 2021 at 3:24 PM Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:

Since SDR Console V3 uses Omni-Rig for transceiver interfacing,
the information in
<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/HDSDRCWSkimmerConfiguration>
should be directly applicable with SDR Console V3 replacing HDSDR.

Specific configuration of SDR Console V3 is left as an exercise
for the student.  Omni-Rig is probably best configured to control
a Kenwood TS-2000, Commander's Secondary CAT serial set for Kenwood
CAT Protocol and "Follow & lead primary", and SDR Console configured
for the Kenwood transceiver.  Icom protocol may work as well but
there is an added complexity of the correct CI-V address and the
Kenwood protocol is a bit more "full featured" in this application.

73,

    ... Joe, W4TV


On 2021-02-05 3:51 PM, Hasan Schiers N0AN wrote:
> Dave,
> A buddy of mine, KB7IJ would like to run DXC with his SDR Console V3
> software. Is that possible?
>
> He wants to use the 7300 on TX and use the
> SDR for Rx ..and he has the 7300 SDR port mod installed.
>
> I referred  him to this:
> https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/SDRInteroperation
>
> But he said it made no mention of SDR Console v3...so it wouldn't  work?
> Something about ports or virtual ports. I'd like to put you two
> together, but don't want to even start it if it's not possible.
>
> Thanks,
> 73, N0AN
> Hasan






Re: DX Keeper Alert Message Re Club Log Duplicate QSO

Carl - WC4H
 

Hi Iain.

Yes, GridTracker can also upload to several on line logs.  So you can wind up with 3 attempts if you are not careful.

73.
Carl - WC4H


Re: DX Keeper Alert Message Re Club Log Duplicate QSO

Serge Bertuzzo
 

Hello Iain. Thank you very much for your response and explanation.
I do believe that I have both JTAlert and DXKeeper set to upload to clublog. Duh!. 
WIll go back and check those setting. 
Have a nice weekend.

73
Serge
VA3SB


Re: DX Commander with an IC-7300 and SDR Console

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

Since SDR Console V3 uses Omni-Rig for transceiver interfacing,
the information in
<https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/HDSDRCWSkimmerConfiguration>
should be directly applicable with SDR Console V3 replacing HDSDR.

Specific configuration of SDR Console V3 is left as an exercise
for the student. Omni-Rig is probably best configured to control
a Kenwood TS-2000, Commander's Secondary CAT serial set for Kenwood
CAT Protocol and "Follow & lead primary", and SDR Console configured
for the Kenwood transceiver. Icom protocol may work as well but
there is an added complexity of the correct CI-V address and the
Kenwood protocol is a bit more "full featured" in this application.

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2021-02-05 3:51 PM, Hasan Schiers N0AN wrote:
Dave,
A buddy of mine, KB7IJ would like to run DXC with his SDR Console V3 software. Is that possible?
He wants to use the 7300 on TX and use the
SDR for Rx ..and he has the 7300 SDR port mod installed.
I referred  him to this:
https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/SDRInteroperation But he said it made no mention of SDR Console v3...so it wouldn't  work? Something about ports or virtual ports. I'd like to put you two together, but don't want to even start it if it's not possible.
Thanks,
73, N0AN
Hasan


Re: DX Keeper Alert Message Re Club Log Duplicate QSO

iain macdonnell - N6ML
 

On Fri, Feb 5, 2021 at 12:53 PM Serge Bertuzzo <smbertuzzo@bell.net> wrote:

Hello to the group. I am presently using the latest version of DX Lab suite/WSJT/JTAlert.

I recently installed Grid Tracker so that it interfaces with WSJT-X and JTAlert. I have JT Alert logging set up to log to DX Keeper. All works fine with one exception.
The issue that I am experiencing is that after making a FT-8 contact, the QSO is successfully logged by Grid Tracker and DX Keeper.
However, in the case of DX Keeper after 30 seconds or so, I get an audible alert along with a pop up message indicating:

"DXKeeper CLub Log Upload

Upload QSO to CLub Log succeeded: Dupe"

OK

I need to click on the "OK" button to close the pop up.

I have reviewed the DX Keeper related documentation and cannot seem to find a way to prevent this message from popping up.
I'm not familiar with Grid Tracker, but I know that JTAlert does have
the capability to automatically upload QSOs to Club Log, as does
DXKeeper. If JTAlert uploads the QSO first, then DXKeeper tries to
upload the same QSO, it will be a dup.

In JTAlert, it's configured under Settings -> Web Services -> Online
Logbooks -> ClubLog.org

In DXKeeper, "Auto upload" is configured under QSL Config -> Club Log

I don't know if Grid Tracker has yet another equivalent.

Only one should be enabled.

73,

~iain / N6ML


Re: DX Commander with an IC-7300 and SDR Console

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

A buddy of mine, KB7IJ would like to run DXC with his SDR Console V3 software. Is that possible?

He wants to use the 7300 on TX and use the SDR for Rx ..and he has the 7300 SDR port mod installed.

I referred him to this:
https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/SDRInteroperation

But he said it made no mention of SDR Console v3...so it wouldn't work? Something about ports or virtual ports. I'd like to put you two together, but don't want to even start it if it's not possible.

+ It' not possible to provide step-by-step instructions for every available panadaptor. The article you cite above shows 6 different topologies for using Commander's Secondary CAT port to interoperate with panadaptors and SDRs. This article provides instructions for interoperating with a panadaptor that uses OmniRig for transceiver control:

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/HDSDRCWSkimmerConfiguration

Combined with documentation provided by the panadaptor developers and a general understanding of CAT control, these have proven sufficient over the years. However, if you encounter and then resolve a roadblock not mentioned in these articles, please let me know and I will update them.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

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