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Re: Commander 15.0.9 is available

neil_zampella
 

AVG, even the free version, has a setting to find the quarantined
file.     I'm not sure what version you're using but if you look under
the menu, tools section, there should be a selection for Quarantine. 
The file 'should' be listed there.

Neil, KN3ILZ

On 4/12/2021 2:39 PM, Anthony W. DePrato wrote:
At 01:52 AM 4/12/2021, you wrote:
If you are using Window Defender Antivirus (Windows 10), update it to
its latest malware definition in

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions

before installing or upgrading to Commander 15.0.9

Well I am not running Defender but am Running AVG freeversion.. and as
soon as i opened dxlab and started commander it came up that avg sent
it to the Q file.. so now commender .exe is gone but the upgraded
versions are still listed. states com.exe not found.
i have searched my computer and cmd.exe is not found. nor can i find
the Q files for AVG. . is there a better way to get commander back
other then copy and paste off of one of the other shack computers .
they are all HP Smarttouch units.
thanks for any help
73 Tony WA4JQS

P.S. I did try renaming one of the updated versions to .exe but that
did not work.




Re: Commander 15.0.9 is available

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

At 01:52 AM 4/12/2021, you wrote:
If you are using Window Defender Antivirus (Windows 10), update it to
its latest malware definition in

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions

before installing or upgrading to Commander 15.0.9

Well I am not running Defender but am Running AVG freeversion.. and as soon as i opened dxlab and started commander it came up that
avg sent it to the Q file.. so now commender .exe is gone but the upgraded versions are still listed. states com.exe not found.
i have searched my computer and cmd.exe is not found. nor can i find the Q files for AVG. . is there a better way to get commander
back other then copy and paste off of one of the other shack computers .
they are all HP Smarttouch units.
thanks for any help

+ On the "DXLab Apps" tab of the Launcher's Configuration window, clicking Commander's Restore button will restore the executable
file, but I suspect that your anti-malware application will quarantine it again unless you first declare it to be "safe".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Commander 15.0.9 is available

Anthony W. DePrato
 

At 01:52 AM 4/12/2021, you wrote:
If you are using Window Defender Antivirus (Windows 10), update it to its latest malware definition in

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions

before installing or upgrading to Commander 15.0.9

Well I am not running Defender but am Running AVG freeversion.. and as soon as i opened dxlab and started commander it came up that avg sent it to the Q file.. so now commender .exe is gone but the upgraded versions are still listed. states com.exe not found.
i have searched my computer and cmd.exe is not found. nor can i find the Q files for AVG. . is there a better way to get commander back other then copy and paste off of one of the other shack computers . they are all HP Smarttouch units.
thanks for any help
73 Tony WA4JQS

P.S. I did try renaming one of the updated versions to .exe but that did not work.


Re: DXKeeper Second Callsign LotW

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
I have agreed to handle QSLing for our club callsign.  I created a new log in DXKeeper, in addition to my personal log, and imported all the QSOs from various contests. 

My issue is LotW.  My DXKeeper personal log is updated to LotW.  I have TQSL and it has my callsign certificate.  Many of the QSOs in the club log have already been uploaded to LotW, I am told, but none show as uploaded in the imported files.

My question - are there step-by-step instructions for adding this second callsign to LotW and updating the log using DXKeeper?

+ See "Sharing DXLab Among Multiple Users on the Same PC" in

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

+ and substitute "your club" for "your XYL". (Yes, it's a great straight line, but please leave it alone).

      73,

             Dave, AA6YQ

 

 


DXKeeper Second Callsign LotW

John Huffman
 

I have agreed to handle QSLing for our club callsign.  I created a new log in DXKeeper, in addition to my personal log, and imported all the QSOs from various contests. 

My issue is LotW.  My DXKeeper personal log is updated to LotW.  I have TQSL and it has my callsign certificate.  Many of the QSOs in the club log have already been uploaded to LotW, I am told, but none show as uploaded in the imported files.

My question - are there step-by-step instructions for adding this second callsign to LotW and updating the log using DXKeeper?

73 de K1ESE
John

 


Re: Adding new contests?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
I'm in the middle of getting used to the DXLabs suite (having previously used SwissLog, and a custom log database before that), and I am used to using N1MM+ for contests, which I import into DXKeeper afterwards. Is there a mechanism for adding new contests to DXKeeper, or should I just let it import whatever contest id N1MM+ puts into the log? I've noticed that there are some contests where the contest id that N1MM+ uses is different from the id that DXKeeper uses (e.g. CWOPS CWT), so I'm used to using the Contest Id replacement in the import for those. I'm just wondering if I need to worry about contests that DXK doesn't have an id for.

+ DXKeeper's ContestID selectors are pre-populated with the ContestIDs specified by ADIF:

http://adif.org.uk/311/ADIF_311_annotated.htm#Contest_ID

+ but you can type in any contest identifier that you wish.

      73,

                 Dave, AA6YQ

 


Adding new contests?

Ben Coleman NJ8J
 

I'm in the middle of getting used to the DXLabs suite (having previously used SwissLog, and a custom log database before that), and I am used to using N1MM+ for contests, which I import into DXKeeper afterwards. Is there a mechanism for adding new contests to DXKeeper, or should I just let it import whatever contest id N1MM+ puts into the log? I've noticed that there are some contests where the contest id that N1MM+ uses is different from the id that DXKeeper uses (e.g. CWOPS CWT), so I'm used to using the Contest Id replacement in the import for those. I'm just wondering if I need to worry about contests that DXK doesn't have an id for.

Ben
--
Ben Coleman nj8j@benshome.net
"I love the way Microsoft follows standards. In much the
same manner that fish follow migrating caribou."
Paul Tomblin


Commander 15.0.9 is available

Dave AA6YQ
 

If you are using Window Defender Antivirus (Windows 10), update it to its latest malware definition in

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions

before installing or upgrading to Commander 15.0.9


This release

- updates CW speed shown in Main window's Mode panel when it changes (tnx to Norm KC1BMD)

- correctly display spectrum data from an Icom transceiver if started with low-pass filtering enabled with a value of 1 (tnx to
Floyd K9AC)

- when controlling an Elecraft K3, KX3, or KX2 whose firmware supports the SW command, display the SWR while transmitting (tnx to
Phil F5PHW and Greg VK3VT)

- updates the TXMeter.htm documentation file


Notes

1. in this version, the Secondary CAT Port's "CAT Protocol" selector can be set to "FlexRadio PGXL", but this is not yet working
correctly with a FlexRadio PGXL amplifier.


2. Update your firewall and anti-malware applications to consider this new version of Commander to be "safe"

- 0 of 56 antivirus scanners accessible via Virus Total detected malware <https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload>

- 0 of 15 antivirus scanners accessible via Jotti detected malware <https://virusscan.jotti.org/>

- submitted for online analysis by Microsoft Windows Defender: no malware detected


3. If this upgrade doesn't work correctly, see the "After an Upgrade" section of
http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/ApplicationStoppedWorking


4. After upgrading, to revert to the previous version of Commander, see
http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/RevertApplicationVersion



Commander 15.0.9 is available via the DXLab Launcher and via

http://www.dxlabsuite.com/download.htm

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: IC-705 wireless WLAN connection?

Björn SM7IUN
 

If you value being wireless higher than having access to the waterfall I 
can recommend using the Bluetooth serial port. 

If your computer does not already have it, a dongle is just a few dollars.

Björn SM7IUN

Den sön 11 apr. 2021 kl 01:33 skrev Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...>:

+ AA6YQ comments below
I can operate my IC-705 completely wireless, that is without a USB connection to the computer.
The WLAN in the 705 can act as an access point and it works great for audio, keying . . . anything.
Is there anything in the works to allow DXLab to operate without a teather (USB) via the WLAN?

+ There's nothing in the works, Peter. Besides saving the $10 cost of the USB A-B cable, what would be the benefit?

       73,

                Dave, AA6YQ

 


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
I can read mode ok, no problem.

+ That's because Commander uses the IF and OI CAT commands to track VFO A's frequency and mode and VFO B's frequency and mode, respectively. It does not use the MD commands, and thus is immune to the "MD command is rejected" regression in the latest FTDX-101 firmware release.

      73,

               Dave, AA6YQ


Re: IC-705 wireless WLAN connection?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I am trying to eliminate the USB because it causes a massive spike in noise when I use it with my MS Surface Pro in the field (POTA) That's funny though I am not that cheap for the cable's sake. Next is try some kind of choke on the USB cable.

+ If the choke isn't sufficient, take a look at the grounding among your system components.

The 705 has two network modes.

1. It can be easily configured as an Access Point (connect to a PC or phone) as a network source. This connection of course does not provide internet connectivity to the corresponding phone/PC.
2. It can also be configured as a Station and connect to your home/hotspot internet just like any device (PC/phone) and gain internet access. Making it very fun to do digital modes and terminal modes.

In all good fun I would also make a case for . . . "it's the future". It will be very entertaining to see what innovations come of this IC-705 feature.

+ Little will come of the "remote control" capability unless and until Icom documents the protocol. At present, they are in "optimize sales of RS-BA1" mode.

+ Commander has long interacted with Flex Signature radios via an Ethernet connection.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: IC-705 wireless WLAN connection?

pthorpe <pthorpe@yahoo.com>
 

Thanks, Dave/all

I am trying to eliminate the USB because it causes a massive spike in noise when I use it with my MS Surface Pro in the field (POTA) That's funny though I am not that cheap for the cable's sake. Next is try some kind of choke on the USB cable.

 The 705 has two network modes. 
  1. It can be easily configured as an Access Point (connect to a PC or phone) as a network source. This connection of course does not provide internet connectivity to the corresponding phone/PC.
  2. It can also be configured as a Station and connect to your home/hotspot internet just like any device (PC/phone) and gain internet access. Making it very fun to do digital modes and terminal modes.
In all good fun I would also make a case for . . . "it's the future". It will be very entertaining to see what innovations come of this IC-705 feature.

73
Joe DX
K0PLT


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

BILL KENNAMER
 

I can read mode ok, no problem.

On Sunday, April 11, 2021, 9:20 AM, Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:


Actually, Commander also polls the transceiver using the MD0; command.
It should be impacted - unable to read mode from the transceiver.

73,

    ... Joe, W4TV


On 2021-04-11 10:02 AM, Steve - N3SL wrote:
>>From my reading, this seems to be limited to those of us running microHam
> MKII or MKIII and associated software.  If that's your case, you're the
> exception.
>
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 8:04 AM BILL KENNAMER <k5fuv@...> wrote:
>
>> What seems to be the problem with this new firmware? I upgraded mine with
>> zero problems, and Commander works exactly the same as it always has.
>>
>> K5FUV
>>
>>
>> Sent from AT&T Yahoo Mail for iPad
>> <https://overview.mail.yahoo.com/?.src=iOS>
>>
>> On Saturday, April 10, 2021, 7:02 PM, Steve - N3SL <n3sl@...> wrote:
>>
>> Not that I know of.  I reinstalled the entire previous version, but I see
>> now that W2YK just reloaded the main file and kept the other new files with
>> success.  I have chosen to leave well enough alone for now....
>>
>> On Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:34 PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...> wrote:
>>
>> + AA6YQ comments below
>>
>> Been there, done that.  Re-installing previous firmware brings everything
>> back to "normal."
>>
>> + Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need
>> to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?
>>
>>        Dave
>>








Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

Actually, Commander also polls the transceiver using the MD0; command.
It should be impacted - unable to read mode from the transceiver.

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2021-04-11 10:02 AM, Steve - N3SL wrote:
From my reading, this seems to be limited to those of us running microHam
MKII or MKIII and associated software. If that's your case, you're the
exception.
On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 8:04 AM BILL KENNAMER <k5fuv@prodigy.net> wrote:

What seems to be the problem with this new firmware? I upgraded mine with
zero problems, and Commander works exactly the same as it always has.

K5FUV


Sent from AT&T Yahoo Mail for iPad
<https://overview.mail.yahoo.com/?.src=iOS>

On Saturday, April 10, 2021, 7:02 PM, Steve - N3SL <n3sl@arrl.net> wrote:

Not that I know of. I reinstalled the entire previous version, but I see
now that W2YK just reloaded the main file and kept the other new files with
success. I have chosen to leave well enough alone for now....

On Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:34 PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@ambersoft.com> wrote:

+ AA6YQ comments below

Been there, done that. Re-installing previous firmware brings everything
back to "normal."

+ Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need
to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?

Dave


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

Steve - N3SL
 

From my reading, this seems to be limited to those of us running microHam MKII or MKIII and associated software.  If that's your case, you're the exception.


On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 8:04 AM BILL KENNAMER <k5fuv@...> wrote:
What seems to be the problem with this new firmware? I upgraded mine with zero problems, and Commander works exactly the same as it always has.

K5FUV 


Sent from AT&T Yahoo Mail for iPad

On Saturday, April 10, 2021, 7:02 PM, Steve - N3SL <n3sl@...> wrote:

Not that I know of.  I reinstalled the entire previous version, but I see now that W2YK just reloaded the main file and kept the other new files with success.  I have chosen to leave well enough alone for now.... 

On Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:34 PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...> wrote:
+ AA6YQ comments below
Been there, done that.  Re-installing previous firmware brings everything back to "normal."

+ Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?

       Dave


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

BILL KENNAMER
 

What seems to be the problem with this new firmware? I upgraded mine with zero problems, and Commander works exactly the same as it always has.

On Saturday, April 10, 2021, 7:02 PM, Steve - N3SL <n3sl@...> wrote:

Not that I know of.  I reinstalled the entire previous version, but I see now that W2YK just reloaded the main file and kept the other new files with success.  I have chosen to leave well enough alone for now.... 

On Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:34 PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...> wrote:
+ AA6YQ comments below
Been there, done that.  Re-installing previous firmware brings everything back to "normal."

+ Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?

       Dave


Re: IC-705 wireless WLAN connection?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

how is it the found in windows?? as a serial via bluetooth device?? then it would show up like a normal serial connection (a com port so to speak) ... similöar as a serial to usb connction shos up as a comport

auidio via bluetooth? then it would show like a normal soiundcard

or in other words if it is all via bluetooth it would work similar as a wired connection


or ... is it wifi/wlan and it connects to your home wireless lan to your router with an own ip number?? that would be more complicated then

my guess its bluetooth (i do not own a 705) ... so at least its worth a try to use that wireless connection

+ Wireless LAN operation is described in chapter 11 of the IC-705's Advanced manual. This section very briefly describes 5 functions:

1. Synchronizing the internal clock with a time management server

2. Outputting the demodulated AF signal or 12 kHz IF signal

3. Remote control using the optional RS-BA1 software application

4. Gateway communication using the Internal Gateway function

5. Transferring pictures from a PC or a mobile device.

+ The protocol used for remotely control using the optional RS-BA1 software application is not documented. A similar and undocumented capability is provided in other recent Icom transceivers, so this protocol may have been reverse engineered by now.

+ Bluetooth operation is described in chapter 10 of the IC-705's Advanced manual. Bluetooth is used to convey audio to and from a headset and microphone.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: IC-705 wireless WLAN connection?

Siegfried Jackstien
 

how is it the found in windows?? as a serial via bluetooth device?? then it would show up like a normal serial connection (a com port so to speak) ... similöar as a serial to usb connction shos up as a comport

auidio via bluetooth? then it would show like a normal soiundcard

or in other words if it is all via bluetooth it would work similar as a wired connection

or ... is it wifi/wlan and it connects to your home wireless lan to your router with an own ip number?? that would be more complicated then

my guess its bluetooth (i do not own a 705) ... so at least its worth a try to use that wireless connection

greetz sigi dg9bfc

Am 10.04.2021 um 18:59 schrieb Joe DX:

Hey Dave,

I can operate my IC-705 completely wireless, that is without a USB connection to the computer.
The WLAN in the 705 can act as an access point and it works great for audio, keying . . . anything.
Is there anything in the works to allow DXLab to operate without a teather (USB) via the WLAN?

All the best,
Joe DX
K0PLT

73


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

Steve - N3SL
 

Not that I know of.  I reinstalled the entire previous version, but I see now that W2YK just reloaded the main file and kept the other new files with success.  I have chosen to leave well enough alone for now.... 


On Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:34 PM Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...> wrote:
+ AA6YQ comments below
Been there, done that.  Re-installing previous firmware brings everything back to "normal."

+ Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?

       Dave


Re: Warning to Yaesu FTDX-101 users

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
Been there, done that.  Re-installing previous firmware brings everything back to "normal."

+ Thanks for the report, Steve! Is there anything that FTDX-101 users need to know about re-installing the previous version of firmware?

       Dave

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