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Re: K3 - SWR info on Commander

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

3 years ago, N6KR sent you request about SWR info from K3 in Commander.
 
 
At the end of this post, there is no retur from K3.
 
I just checked today if it works, and I found a result.
 
K3 returns the last measure during last Tune or last Transmit.
 
In attached file we can see two measures :
 
P 2325@...> SW;
P 2326@...< SW000;
P 2327@...> SW;
P 2328@...< SW014;
 
The first, there were no transmit or tune before, so it is 000
The second was just after a short tune : SW014  = 1.4
 
Do you think if it will be possible to add this feature in Commander.

+ Thanks, Phil. Some questions:

1. in what version of K3 firmware was this capability introduced?

2. which K3 models support it?

3. where is the documentation for the SW; command?

      73,

              Dave, AA6YQ


K3 - SWR info on Commander

F5PHW Phil BERGER
 

Hello Dave

3 years ago, N6KR sent you request about SWR info from K3 in Commander.


At the end of this post, there is no retur from K3.

I just checked today if it works, and I found a result.

K3 returns the last measure during last Tune or last Transmit.

In attached file we can see two measures :

P 2325@...> SW;
P 2326@...< SW000;
P 2327@...> SW;
P 2328@...< SW014;

The first, there were no transmit or tune before, so it is 000
The second was just after a short tune : SW014  = 1.4

Do you think if it will be possible to add this feature in Commander.

Many thanks and sorry if this question has been already asked.

Happy Easter from France

73

F5PHW Phil


Re: Print daily logbook #file

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

How do I print a daily log in DXK?

+ Filter the Log Page Display with the SQL expression

QSO_Begin >= Date()

+ and then click the Report button above the Log Page Display.

+ If you're going to be invoking this frequently, you can associate the filter expression with a captioned Filter panel button, or you can create a script containing the filter expression and the report command.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Logging for multiple contests on same date?`

Larry K8UT
 

Steve,

In another plug for using a Contest Logger: Many state QSO parties agree to accommodate and ignore entries from other state QSO parties in a single log on the same dates. You can create one log in N1MM+ and submit identical logs to each of the states' contest sponsors without having to do any complicated finagling of your cabrillo export file.

If you have specific contest dates and states in mind, pose your question on the N1MMloggerplus@... reflector.

-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Carl - WC4H via groups.io" <wc4h.dx@...>
Sent: 2021-04-02 13:31:28
Subject: Re: [DXLab] Logging for multiple contests on same date?`

Hi Steve.

Contests aren't really designed so that you operate two at a time.  Having said that, you can try running an instances of N1MM++ for one and DXKeeper for the other.

Just don't interface them to talk to each other so that you don't have a mess with the QSOs.

Another alternative, if possible, is to use two computers, one fore each contest.

I suspect that either it could be confusing.

73.
Carl - WC4H


Print daily logbook #file

Dave Tucker Nu4N <dwtucker19@...>
 

How do I print a daily log in DXK?
Thanks
--
73's de NU4N Dave


Re: Logging for multiple contests on same date?`

Carl - WC4H
 

Hi Steve.

Contests aren't really designed so that you operate two at a time.  Having said that, you can try running an instances of N1MM++ for one and DXKeeper for the other.

Just don't interface them to talk to each other so that you don't have a mess with the QSOs.

Another alternative, if possible, is to use two computers, one fore each contest.

I suspect that either it could be confusing.

73.
Carl - WC4H


Re: Spotcollector Message

Rien Aarden
 

Hello Dave, 

And other DXLabusers and SpotSpy  I have sent Volker 2 weeks ago a mail with this Error but no response on the mail.

So Have anyone contact with Volker??


Hope to hear soon from someone!
73 Rien, PA7RA 


Re: Logging for multiple contests on same date?`

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

In some cases multiple state QSO parties are scheduled for the same date and time. For example, the Louisiana and Mississippi QSO Parties run concurrently this weekend, and the Nebraska, New Mexico, Georgia, and North Dakota QSO Parties all overlap at least part of the time the following weekend.

If you want to participate in all of these QSO parties and your next QSO could be with a station from any one of them, what is the best way to handle logging in DXKeeper so that your QSO rate is not slowed down while insuring that each QSO is assigned the correct CONTEST_ID?

+ If you're concerned about "rate", you should be logging with a specialized contesting application like N1MM and then importing your QSOs into DXKeeper at the end of the contest(s).

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Logging for multiple contests on same date?`

Steve, N5EP
 

In some cases multiple state QSO parties are scheduled for the same date and time.  For example, the Louisiana and Mississippi QSO Parties run concurrently this weekend, and the Nebraska, New Mexico, Georgia, and North Dakota QSO Parties all overlap at least part of the time the following weekend.

If you want to participate in all of these QSO parties and your next QSO could be with a station from any one of them, what is the best way to handle logging in DXKeeper so that your QSO rate is not slowed down while insuring that each QSO is assigned the correct CONTEST_ID? 

Steve, N5EP


Re: Telepathic Receiver

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below.
I like that idea but, when you get version 1.0 done, could you include a function to tell me where I left whatever I went after that I no longer have when I get to where I thought I needed it ? Telling me what I had and why I thought I needed it would be nice too

+ Of course. You should also be able go back in time to get the other stuff that you didn't realize you would need.

        73,

              Dave, AA6YQ

 


Re: Call Override list for DxView?

Jesper Wolf Jespersen
 

Hello Dave.

Thank you for the polite reminder, I had plain forgotten that you allready implemented this and I have clearly used it before since both sources had a date in ocktober 20.

Nice that you can remind me.

Nice work, an answer within 30 minutes I wonder how many commercial software houses can match that.

Outstanding service.

Happy Greetings from Denmark
Jesper Wolf Jespersen.

PS. i like the idea of a telepathic interface :-D

On 02-04-2021 00:26, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
+ AA6YQ comments below

I have been annoyed a few times this spring with calls that did not resolve in a DXCC being automatically chosen, this has typically hapened when logging from JtDx where I notice the logging to fail but cant do anything about it at once.

I typically have to create an entity override in DxView and the log all the JtDx information by hand.

I would like to avoid this manual maintenance of the override list and
am wondering why that list is not distributed or at least avaiable for
download somewhere ?

I can see that there are quite a number of overrides in my list
allready, and I havent entered thousands in there, so they must come
from somewhere.

+ As described in its reference documentation, DXView enables you to populate its Override list from Club Log, BigCTY, or by inserting entries manually:

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxview/Help/Configuration.htm#Entity%20Overides

Does a list exist that I can download?

+ There are two sources of information, and you evidently downloaded information from at least one of them.

Last call to bother me was TO1K that had to point to Saint Marten before could log it.

I have DxKeeper look stuff up on QRZ via XML, but still it seems this list needs to be updated, wonder why?

+ The Override list needs to be updated because its contents change.

+ Some ops prefer to populate their override list from ClubLog exclusively. Some ops prefer to use BigCTY exclusively. Some ops first populate their Override List with information from Club Log, and then populate their list with information from BigCTY -- so that conflicts are resolved in favor of BigCTY; some ops populate their Override list in the reverse order.

+ Whichever source you prefer, visit the Overrides tab of DXView's Configuration window each week to update your overrides, and minimize the agonizing frustration caused by ambiguous callsigns.

+ The next version of DXView will include a telepathic receiver that automatically discerns which source of information your prefer, eliminating the need for you to think about which button to click.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ





Telepathic Receiver

Mike Rhodes / W8DN
 

Dave,
  I like that idea but, when you get version 1.0 done, could you include a function to tell me where I left whatever I went after that I no longer have when I get to where I thought I needed it ? Telling me what I had and why I thought I needed it would be nice too.
😉😁😂

Mike / W8DN


Re: Call Override list for DxView?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I have been annoyed a few times this spring with calls that did not resolve in a DXCC being automatically chosen, this has typically hapened when logging from JtDx where I notice the logging to fail but cant do anything about it at once.

I typically have to create an entity override in DxView and the log all the JtDx information by hand.

I would like to avoid this manual maintenance of the override list and
am wondering why that list is not distributed or at least avaiable for
download somewhere ?

I can see that there are quite a number of overrides in my list
allready, and I havent entered thousands in there, so they must come
from somewhere.

+ As described in its reference documentation, DXView enables you to populate its Override list from Club Log, BigCTY, or by inserting entries manually:

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxview/Help/Configuration.htm#Entity%20Overides

Does a list exist that I can download?

+ There are two sources of information, and you evidently downloaded information from at least one of them.

Last call to bother me was TO1K that had to point to Saint Marten before could log it.

I have DxKeeper look stuff up on QRZ via XML, but still it seems this list needs to be updated, wonder why?

+ The Override list needs to be updated because its contents change.

+ Some ops prefer to populate their override list from ClubLog exclusively. Some ops prefer to use BigCTY exclusively. Some ops first populate their Override List with information from Club Log, and then populate their list with information from BigCTY -- so that conflicts are resolved in favor of BigCTY; some ops populate their Override list in the reverse order.

+ Whichever source you prefer, visit the Overrides tab of DXView's Configuration window each week to update your overrides, and minimize the agonizing frustration caused by ambiguous callsigns.

+ The next version of DXView will include a telepathic receiver that automatically discerns which source of information your prefer, eliminating the need for you to think about which button to click.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Call Override list for DxView?

Jesper Wolf Jespersen
 

Hello to all of you.

I have been annoyed a few times this spring with calls that did not resolve in a DXCC being automatically chosen, this has typically hapened when logging from JtDx where I notice the logging to fail but cant do anything about it at once.

I typically have to create an entity override in DxView and the log all the JtDx information by hand.


I would like to avoid this manual maintenance of the override list and am wondering why that list is not distributed or at least avaiable for download somewhere ?

I can see that there are quite a number of overrides in my list allready, and I havent entered thousands in there, so they must come from somewhere.

Does a list exist that I can download?

Last call to bother me was TO1K that had to point to Saint Marten before i could log it.

I have DxKeeper look stuff up on QRZ via XML, but still it seems this list needs to be updated, wonder why?


Greetings from Denmark

Jesper Wolf Jespersen

OZ8ACE


PS. Thanks to Dave for a fantastic set of applications :-)


Re: Spotcollector Message

Dave AA6YQ
 

@ more AA6YQ comments below
I think I found it
I have installed SpotSpy and if I don't run it, it isn't
At least I tested this this afternoon and without Spotspy I don't get the message.
But I do hope there is a solution for it

@ I suggest that you report this behavior to the developer of SpotSpy, Volker DL9HO.

      73,

            Dave, AA6YQ

 


Re: Spotcollector Message

Rien Aarden
 

On Thu, Apr 1, 2021 at 12:26 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
@ When did this behavior first appear? What changes do your hardware or software did you make around that ime?
Hi Dave,
I think I found it
I have installed SpotSpy and if I don't run it, it isn't
At least I tested this this afternoon and without Spotspy I don't get the message.
But I do hope there is a solution for it.
thanks Greetings Rien, PA7RA


Re: ADIF import from N1MM+

Andy - K0AF
 

Thank you to Rich, Joe, and Dave!

Joe, I see you posted on the N1MM+ group to inform them of the error of their ways. Thanks! And Dave, thanks for pointer on using <compute> to fix the PFX entries. Just one more feature I was not aware of. Now if you could enhance <compute> to fix busted callsigns, that would be great. Maybe after you finish your sunspot app?

The DXLab suite is amazing and so is the support.

73 & thanks!
Andy - K0AF


Re: Spotcollector Message

Dave AA6YQ
 

@ more AA6YQ comments

 

On Sat, Mar 13, 2021 at 11:39 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
Windows is preventing SpotCollector from compacting the Spot Database, probably because Windows erroneously considers one of the files involved to be still "in use". As a first step, try rebooting Windows.
Good morning Dave,

Unfortunately I keep getting this message back (The Spot Datase cannot be accessed for compactions: permissoin denied)
What is very annoying what else can I do?
@ When did this behavior first appear? What changes do your hardware or software did you make around that ime?

        73,

                Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Spotcollector Message

Rien Aarden
 

On Sat, Mar 13, 2021 at 11:39 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
Windows is preventing SpotCollector from compacting the Spot Database, probably because Windows erroneously considers one of the files involved to be still "in use". As a first step, try rebooting Windows.
Good morning Dave,

Unfortunately I keep getting this message back (The Spot Datase cannot be accessed for compactions: permissoin denied)
What is very annoying what else can I do?
Thanks and a Happy Easter to you and your family.

73, Rien, PA7RA


Re: ADIF import from N1MM+

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I don't see an obvious way to deal with this from within DXKeeper

+ The "Modify QSOs" panel can be used to recompute the WPX prefix for each QSO in the Log Page Display. See

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxkeeper/Help/ModifyLog.htm

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

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