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Re: WW transmit buffer

Dave AA6YQ
 

Sorry, Benson, but I was travelling last week and some of my responses were
not posted.

My response to your message was that the enhancement you suggest is "on the
list".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
Benson
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 9:46 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: WW transmit buffer


--- In dxlab@..., "Benson" <k4gst@...> wrote:

I've noticed that when using a macro you can't go in and make changes
to the text in the middle and then have the changes transmitted. For
instance if I press F5 and the transmit window gets populated with
"Hello world from K4GST!" and I decide to make a change before
pressing F2 to "Hello big wonderful world from K4GST!", the change is
not transmitted, only the original macro. Would it be possible to add
this capability to add more flexibility?

I'm really enjoying the Suite!
Any ideas / comments? Seems like it would be nice to have the buffer
collected at the press of F2 or <start>. I probably don't have the
terminology right but hopefully you get my drift.



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Re: call/county

Dave AA6YQ
 

When a QSO with Art is uploaded to LotW, is the callsign N4PJ or N4PJ/CLA?
If the latter, does this require Art to obtain an N4PJ/CLA certificate from
LotW?

73,

Daev, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
N1BAA - Jose Castillo
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 8:09 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] call/county


Art,
Steve is correct, they were signing /HAM /NAS
etc.... as does every mobile does in most State
QSO parties.....

Would be nice if there was an automatic function
for State QSO parties to take the /"county name"
and have it populated into DXK seemlessly! <hint
Dave><Smiling>

Jose - N1BAA

Art Searle W2NRA wrote:


Hi Steve,

>From what you said I get the impression that you added the /HAM etc
and that
was not what the stations were signing. If that is what you did, then IMO
I
think you should log the QSOs the way they were sent, period. No
exceptions!

73 Art W2NRA
"Keep to the Code!"
w2nra.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve" <steve65@... <mailto:steve65%40suddenlink.net>>

>I used N1MMLogger in the Florida QSO Party this weekend and recorded the
> calls of mobiles as N4PN/HAM, N4PJ/CLA, etc. The three letters after
the
> slash indicate the county in which the mobile was located.
>
> When I export to a text file, the /county stays with the call sign. And
> when I import into DXKeeper, the /county appears to be interpreted as a
> suffix to which a country is assigned. Thus N4PN/HAM is shown in
> DXKeeper as Hungary HA and N4PJ/CLA becomes Cuba CO.
>
> The obvious fix is to go through the text file and delete the /county
> annotations. A fair amount of work and hassle.
>
> Any alternatives that might allow me to leave the /county as it is but
> make DXKeeper happy and accurate?
>
> The /county logging technique is useful and I'd like to be able to use
> it in future state/regional QSO parties and have DXKeeper accommodate
it.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Steve K8JQ
>
> --
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Re: WW transmit buffer

Benson <k4gst@...>
 

--- In dxlab@..., "Benson" <k4gst@...> wrote:

I've noticed that when using a macro you can't go in and make changes
to the text in the middle and then have the changes transmitted. For
instance if I press F5 and the transmit window gets populated with
"Hello world from K4GST!" and I decide to make a change before
pressing F2 to "Hello big wonderful world from K4GST!", the change is
not transmitted, only the original macro. Would it be possible to add
this capability to add more flexibility?

I'm really enjoying the Suite!
Any ideas / comments? Seems like it would be nice to have the buffer
collected at the press of F2 or <start>. I probably don't have the
terminology right but hopefully you get my drift.


Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Rick <mrfarm@...>
 

So if I understand this correctly, if you did not set up the UDP Gateway, and just ran the bridge, you could enter the callsign and other data in the DXKeeper logging window, but the frequency and mode would automatically be logged.

This seems to be working OK.

Since not all entries into DM780 are possible to send to DXKeeper (e.g., notes), is the main advantage of using the UDP Gateway, plus the bridge, so that you enter data into DM780 for purposes of information that you need for macros?

Otherwise you would have to key in name, QTH, etc., in both programs?

In order to get the UDP to work, the LA0FA site says to use address 127.0.0.1 and port 2235, which I have entered in DM780. Is this correct, and should be sending logging to DXKeeper?

When I enter a LogEntry in DM780 I don't see anything in the DXlab HRD Bridge window being sent, nor do I see any actual new logged station in DXKeeper. So I must be doing something wrong. I have the DXKeeper and the bridge running before I run HRD/DM780.

73,

Rick, KV9U


AA6YQ wrote:

If by HRD you mean "the transceiver control program", this program maintains
no data other than frequency and mode -- and both of those can be directlhy
recorded by DXKeeper using the HRD-DXLab bridge.

If by HRD you mean "HRD and the interoperating apps that Simon HB9DRV has
built", then both PSK Deluxe and DM780 do have additional data worth
logging (Callsign, Name, QTH, etc.), but only DM780 can log directly to
DXKeeper.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Mark Blanton <wc5m@...>
 

Dave,

Thanks. I did't see you had alreay answered my question. Yes DM780
is the specific Ham Radio Deluxe program I wanted to know about. Pse
ignore my other post on this question.

Mark WC5M



--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

If by HRD you mean "the transceiver control program", this program
maintains
no data other than frequency and mode -- and both of those can be
directlhy
recorded by DXKeeper using the HRD-DXLab bridge.

If by HRD you mean "HRD and the interoperating apps that Simon
HB9DRV has
built", then both PSK Deluxe and DM780 do have additional data
worth
logging (Callsign, Name, QTH, etc.), but only DM780 can log
directly to
DXKeeper.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf
Of
Mark Blanton
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 7:47 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


Dave,

To answer my original question.....When using HRD and the HDR Bridge
is there a way to have HRD enter data in DXKeeper's log or does it
just supply freq and mode data to DXK?

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@> wrote:

Correct, Bob. After much discussion, Simon HB9DRV concluded that
HRD cannot
provide an interface to enable/disable split.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On
Behalf
Of
AD5VJ Bob
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:05 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


But there is still no split frequency function available between
the two
applications correct?

Bob AD5VJ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On
Behalf Of Dave Bernstein
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 3:41 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Simon HB9DRV never provided PSK Deluxe with the ability to
log QSOs to an external application like DXKeeper. He did
provide this capability for DM780, and Matthias LA0FA
constructed a bridge between DM780 and DXKeeper; its available
via

http://www.la0fa.com/cms/site_uploads/readme.txt

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Mark Blanton" <wc5m@> wrote:

The website for the bridge doesn't that. It says that
DXKeeper
obtains
frequency and mode info from HRD. I was asking if I attempted
to
use
the logging feature of HRD can HRD be linked to enter data
directly
in
DXKeeper's log file? I don't think it can.

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., Larry Rappaport <rapp@> wrote:

Mark Blanton wrote:


When running the HRD to DXLab Bridge can HRD log directly
into
DXKeeper?

73,
Mark WC5M
Yes, I believe that's the purpose of the bridge.
73,
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Re: call/county

N1BAA - Jose Castillo <n1baa@...>
 

Art,
Steve is correct, they were signing /HAM /NAS etc.... as does every mobile does in most State QSO parties.....

Would be nice if there was an automatic function for State QSO parties to take the /"county name" and have it populated into DXK seemlessly! <hint Dave><Smiling>

Jose - N1BAA

Art Searle W2NRA wrote:

Hi Steve,

>From what you said I get the impression that you added the /HAM etc
and that
was not what the stations were signing. If that is what you did, then IMO I
think you should log the QSOs the way they were sent, period. No
exceptions!
73 Art W2NRA
"Keep to the Code!"
w2nra.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve" <steve65@... <mailto:steve65%40suddenlink.net>>

>I used N1MMLogger in the Florida QSO Party this weekend and recorded the
> calls of mobiles as N4PN/HAM, N4PJ/CLA, etc. The three letters after the
> slash indicate the county in which the mobile was located.
>
> When I export to a text file, the /county stays with the call sign. And
> when I import into DXKeeper, the /county appears to be interpreted as a
> suffix to which a country is assigned. Thus N4PN/HAM is shown in
> DXKeeper as Hungary HA and N4PJ/CLA becomes Cuba CO.
>
> The obvious fix is to go through the text file and delete the /county
> annotations. A fair amount of work and hassle.
>
> Any alternatives that might allow me to leave the /county as it is but
> make DXKeeper happy and accurate?
>
> The /county logging technique is useful and I'd like to be able to use
> it in future state/regional QSO parties and have DXKeeper accommodate it.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Steve K8JQ
>
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Re: call/county

Art Searle W2NRA <w2nra@...>
 

Hi Steve,

From what you said I get the impression that you added the /HAM etc and that was not what the stations were signing. If that is what you did, then IMO I think you should log the QSOs the way they were sent, period. No exceptions!

73 Art W2NRA
"Keep to the Code!"
w2nra.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve" <steve65@...>


I used N1MMLogger in the Florida QSO Party this weekend and recorded the
calls of mobiles as N4PN/HAM, N4PJ/CLA, etc. The three letters after the
slash indicate the county in which the mobile was located.

When I export to a text file, the /county stays with the call sign. And
when I import into DXKeeper, the /county appears to be interpreted as a
suffix to which a country is assigned. Thus N4PN/HAM is shown in
DXKeeper as Hungary HA and N4PJ/CLA becomes Cuba CO.

The obvious fix is to go through the text file and delete the /county
annotations. A fair amount of work and hassle.

Any alternatives that might allow me to leave the /county as it is but
make DXKeeper happy and accurate?

The /county logging technique is useful and I'd like to be able to use
it in future state/regional QSO parties and have DXKeeper accommodate it.

Thanks.

Steve K8JQ

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Re: call/county

N1BAA - Jose Castillo <n1baa@...>
 

Steve!
I recommend after you have imported the adif file from N1MM to filter the log for just those QSOs...
Then using the ADVANCED filter, change all the DXCCPREFIXes to "K" for the US....and also change the states to "FL".

This will cause the state and the country prefix AND state to be correct.

Jose - N1BAA

Steve wrote:

I used N1MMLogger in the Florida QSO Party this weekend and recorded the
calls of mobiles as N4PN/HAM, N4PJ/CLA, etc. The three letters after the
slash indicate the county in which the mobile was located.
When I export to a text file, the /county stays with the call sign. And
when I import into DXKeeper, the /county appears to be interpreted as a
suffix to which a country is assigned. Thus N4PN/HAM is shown in
DXKeeper as Hungary HA and N4PJ/CLA becomes Cuba CO.
The obvious fix is to go through the text file and delete the /county
annotations. A fair amount of work and hassle.
Any alternatives that might allow me to leave the /county as it is but
make DXKeeper happy and accurate?
The /county logging technique is useful and I'd like to be able to use
it in future state/regional QSO parties and have DXKeeper accommodate it.
Thanks.
Steve K8JQ
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call/county

Steve K8JQ
 

I used N1MMLogger in the Florida QSO Party this weekend and recorded the calls of mobiles as N4PN/HAM, N4PJ/CLA, etc. The three letters after the slash indicate the county in which the mobile was located.

When I export to a text file, the /county stays with the call sign. And when I import into DXKeeper, the /county appears to be interpreted as a suffix to which a country is assigned. Thus N4PN/HAM is shown in DXKeeper as Hungary HA and N4PJ/CLA becomes Cuba CO.

The obvious fix is to go through the text file and delete the /county annotations. A fair amount of work and hassle.

Any alternatives that might allow me to leave the /county as it is but make DXKeeper happy and accurate?

The /county logging technique is useful and I'd like to be able to use it in future state/regional QSO parties and have DXKeeper accommodate it.

Thanks.

Steve K8JQ

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Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Dave AA6YQ
 

If by HRD you mean "the transceiver control program", this program maintains
no data other than frequency and mode -- and both of those can be directlhy
recorded by DXKeeper using the HRD-DXLab bridge.

If by HRD you mean "HRD and the interoperating apps that Simon HB9DRV has
built", then both PSK Deluxe and DM780 do have additional data worth
logging (Callsign, Name, QTH, etc.), but only DM780 can log directly to
DXKeeper.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
Mark Blanton
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 7:47 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


Dave,

To answer my original question.....When using HRD and the HDR Bridge
is there a way to have HRD enter data in DXKeeper's log or does it
just supply freq and mode data to DXK?

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

Correct, Bob. After much discussion, Simon HB9DRV concluded that
HRD cannot
provide an interface to enable/disable split.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf
Of
AD5VJ Bob
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:05 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


But there is still no split frequency function available between
the two
applications correct?

Bob AD5VJ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On
Behalf Of Dave Bernstein
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 3:41 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Simon HB9DRV never provided PSK Deluxe with the ability to
log QSOs to an external application like DXKeeper. He did
provide this capability for DM780, and Matthias LA0FA
constructed a bridge between DM780 and DXKeeper; its available via

http://www.la0fa.com/cms/site_uploads/readme.txt

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Mark Blanton" <wc5m@> wrote:

The website for the bridge doesn't that. It says that DXKeeper
obtains
frequency and mode info from HRD. I was asking if I attempted
to
use
the logging feature of HRD can HRD be linked to enter data
directly
in
DXKeeper's log file? I don't think it can.

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., Larry Rappaport <rapp@> wrote:

Mark Blanton wrote:


When running the HRD to DXLab Bridge can HRD log directly
into
DXKeeper?

73,
Mark WC5M
Yes, I believe that's the purpose of the bridge.
73,
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Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Mark Blanton <wc5m@...>
 

Dave,

To answer my original question.....When using HRD and the HDR Bridge
is there a way to have HRD enter data in DXKeeper's log or does it
just supply freq and mode data to DXK?

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

Correct, Bob. After much discussion, Simon HB9DRV concluded that
HRD cannot
provide an interface to enable/disable split.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf
Of
AD5VJ Bob
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:05 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


But there is still no split frequency function available between
the two
applications correct?

Bob AD5VJ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On
Behalf Of Dave Bernstein
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 3:41 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Simon HB9DRV never provided PSK Deluxe with the ability to
log QSOs to an external application like DXKeeper. He did
provide this capability for DM780, and Matthias LA0FA
constructed a bridge between DM780 and DXKeeper; its available via

http://www.la0fa.com/cms/site_uploads/readme.txt

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Mark Blanton" <wc5m@> wrote:

The website for the bridge doesn't that. It says that DXKeeper
obtains
frequency and mode info from HRD. I was asking if I attempted
to
use
the logging feature of HRD can HRD be linked to enter data
directly
in
DXKeeper's log file? I don't think it can.

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., Larry Rappaport <rapp@> wrote:

Mark Blanton wrote:


When running the HRD to DXLab Bridge can HRD log directly
into
DXKeeper?

73,
Mark WC5M
Yes, I believe that's the purpose of the bridge.
73,
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LOTW User List Update?

Tim Rife <timrife@...>
 

I am new to the program suite for about a week. I am using the
released versions as opposed to the development version. I noticed
today that in Spot Collector, some of the LOTW users are not
highlighted in yellow in spot collector. Perhaps they are new LOTW
users and not yet in the database SC is using to decide whether or not
to highlight them as users. How does one update the list of LOTW
users in the program so the SC is comparing incoming spots to the
latest list from LOTW?

Thanks,

Tim
KK9T


Re: Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

FireBrick <w9ol@...>
 

I agree with you totally.
The proximaty of the spotter is far more important that what country he's in.
I pretty much limit my cluster spots by states.
"At present there is no filtering option to limit cluster spots to counties" lol

SC and VE7CC's frontend have many similar features.

I use both, CC Cluster User feeds all 3 of my logging programs simultaneously.
As it is doing right now. But does not require 3 different cluster connections.
Which is the limit of my 'being Green'.

On 4/27/2008 4:28:39 PM, Dave AA6YQ (@AA6YQ) wrote:
When considering whether to try working a spotted DX station, the
relevance
of the spot is generally a function of the distance between you
and the
station who generated the spot. At my QTH in Boston, for example, the
fact
that Rich VE3KI spotted 7O1DX is much more relevant to me than the fact
that
Rem W6REM spotted 7O1DX -- yet Rem is located in the US and Rich
isn't.

SpotCollector's Origin filter gives you a quick way to broadly
filter by the
"region" in which the spotting station resides. The Band filter gives you
much more precision, should you deem that necessary; you can specify a
"maximum distance to spotting station" for each band. In my experience,
the
fact that my fellow NA-E ops in Florida are working EU on 6m is not a
good
indicator of an opening between New England and Europe; thus my 6m Band
filter specifies a 400 mile radius.

For US ops using the Band
filter's "maximum distance to spotting station"
contraint, I recommend downloading and installing the USAP database, as it
enables SpotCollector to locate US spotting stations to the accuracy of
their zipcode. The location of US stations cannot b


Re: Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

Bob Main <bobmain1@...>
 

Hmmm I connect to his ve7cc site, but mine doesn't have "Premier" in the
title bar. I works though, and with Spot Collector.



73

Bob



_____

From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of
FireBrick
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:18 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from
one country



CCU, (I think is the name for his 'cluster node software'.

I think by 'normal' you mean the interface that he created to easily adjust
filters.
And that's what I linked to.
But not all filter options are available with other brands of cluster
software such as AR, (can't remember the others right now).

If you look at the title bar of the software it will say something like
"Primare. CC Cluster User @ N5IN-2"

which indicates the user is connected to a node running his nodeware AND his
node frontend.

If you run his 'nomal software' on a cluster running his 'node' software,
you have far more options.

I connect to either ve7cc, n5in-2 (n5in without the SID is an AR software
cluster)
There are far more, a complete list of nodes running his nodeware are
available on his site.

One more thing. There is a very helpful, message board for CCU and VE7CC,
with very quick help.

On 4/27/2008 4:07:00 PM, Bob Main (bobmain1@alltel.
<mailto:bobmain1%40alltel.net> net) wrote:
Bill, what is the difference between CCU and the "normal" ve7cc program?

73

Bob

KB4CL

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mailto:dxlab@yahoogroups. <mailto:dxlab%40yahoogroups.com> com]
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mailto:dxlab@yahoogroups. <mailto:dxlab%40yahoogroups.com> com]] On
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Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:00 PM
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mailto:dxlab@yahoogroups. <mailto:dxlab%40yahoogroups.com> com]
Subject: [dxlab] Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one
country

http://www.bcdxc. <http://www.bcdxc.
<http://www.bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog> org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog
[link: www.
bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog]>
org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog

Lee has created a very special Cluster software.
You can filter cluster spots and only see spots from a specific country
from men with red hair
and
over the age of 70
and
living with a 22 year old girl

Well maybe not that specific....but you get the idea.

I load CCU (as
it's called), connect to a cluster and then set all the fine
tuned filter parameters.
CCU run in the background and sends spots to Spot Collector, all filtered
etc.

It also has a 'bad
word' filter
a '


Re: Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

Dave AA6YQ
 

When considering whether to try working a spotted DX station, the relevance
of the spot is generally a function of the distance between you and the
station who generated the spot. At my QTH in Boston, for example, the fact
that Rich VE3KI spotted 7O1DX is much more relevant to me than the fact that
Rem W6REM spotted 7O1DX -- yet Rem is located in the US and Rich isn't.

SpotCollector's Origin filter gives you a quick way to broadly filter by the
"region" in which the spotting station resides. The Band filter gives you
much more precision, should you deem that necessary; you can specify a
"maximum distance to spotting station" for each band. In my experience, the
fact that my fellow NA-E ops in Florida are working EU on 6m is not a good
indicator of an opening between New England and Europe; thus my 6m Band
filter specifies a 400 mile radius.

For US ops using the Band filter's "maximum distance to spotting station"
contraint, I recommend downloading and installing the USAP database, as it
enables SpotCollector to locate US spotting stations to the accuracy of
their zipcode. The location of US stations cannot be reliably determined
from their callsign.

SpotCollector also includes the ability to hide spots of specified
callsigns, hide spots generated by specified spotter callsigns, and hide
spots whose notes contain specified words.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
FireBrick
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:00 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from
one country


http://www.bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog

Lee has created a very special Cluster software.
You can filter cluster spots and only see spots from a specific country
from men with red hair
and
over the age of 70
and
living with a 22 year old girl

Well maybe not that specific....but you get the idea.

I load CCU (as it's called), connect to a cluster and then set all the fine
tuned filter parameters.
CCU run in the background and sends spots to Spot Collector, all filtered
etc.

It also has a 'bad word' filter
a 'idiot' filter (for those jerks who you do not ever want to hear)
etc.
etc.
It also filters ANN/fulls very specifically also.

Try it, most people like it.






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Re: Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

FireBrick <w9ol@...>
 

CCU, (I think is the name for his 'cluster node software'.

I think by 'normal' you mean the interface that he created to easily adjust filters.
And that's what I linked to.
But not all filter options are available with other brands of cluster software such as AR, (can't remember the others right now).

If you look at the title bar of the software it will say something like
"Primare. CC Cluster User @ N5IN-2"

which indicates the user is connected to a node running his nodeware AND his node frontend.


If you run his 'nomal software' on a cluster running his 'node' software, you have far more options.

I connect to either ve7cc, n5in-2 (n5in without the SID is an AR software cluster)
There are far more, a complete list of nodes running his nodeware are available on his site.

One more thing. There is a very helpful, message board for CCU and VE7CC, with very quick help.

On 4/27/2008 4:07:00 PM, Bob Main (bobmain1@...) wrote:
Bill, what is the difference between CCU and the "normal" ve7cc program?

73

Bob

KB4CL

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To: dxlab@... [link: mailto:dxlab@...]
Subject: [dxlab] Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one
country

http://www.bcdxc. <http://www.bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog [link: www.
bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog]>
org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog

Lee has created a very special Cluster software.
You can filter cluster spots and only see spots from a specific country
from men with red hair
and
over the age of 70
and
living with a 22 year old girl

Well maybe not that specific....but you get the idea.

I load CCU (as
it's called), connect to a cluster and then set all the fine
tuned filter parameters.
CCU run in the background and sends spots to Spot Collector, all filtered
etc.

It also has a 'bad
word' filter
a '


Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Dave AA6YQ
 

Correct, Bob. After much discussion, Simon HB9DRV concluded that HRD cannot
provide an interface to enable/disable split.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...]On Behalf Of
AD5VJ Bob
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:05 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: RE: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question


But there is still no split frequency function available between the two
applications correct?

Bob AD5VJ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On
Behalf Of Dave Bernstein
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 3:41 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Simon HB9DRV never provided PSK Deluxe with the ability to
log QSOs to an external application like DXKeeper. He did
provide this capability for DM780, and Matthias LA0FA
constructed a bridge between DM780 and DXKeeper; its available via

http://www.la0fa.com/cms/site_uploads/readme.txt

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Mark Blanton" <wc5m@...> wrote:

The website for the bridge doesn't that. It says that DXKeeper
obtains
frequency and mode info from HRD. I was asking if I attempted to
use
the logging feature of HRD can HRD be linked to enter data directly
in
DXKeeper's log file? I don't think it can.

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., Larry Rappaport <rapp@> wrote:

Mark Blanton wrote:


When running the HRD to DXLab Bridge can HRD log directly into
DXKeeper?

73,
Mark WC5M
Yes, I believe that's the purpose of the bridge.
73,
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rapp at lmr dot com


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Re: Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

Bob Main <bobmain1@...>
 

Bill, what is the difference between CCU and the "normal" ve7cc program?



73

Bob

KB4CL



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From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On Behalf Of
FireBrick
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:00 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one
country



http://www.bcdxc. <http://www.bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog>
org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog

Lee has created a very special Cluster software.
You can filter cluster spots and only see spots from a specific country
from men with red hair
and
over the age of 70
and
living with a 22 year old girl

Well maybe not that specific....but you get the idea.

I load CCU (as it's called), connect to a cluster and then set all the fine
tuned filter parameters.
CCU run in the background and sends spots to Spot Collector, all filtered
etc.

It also has a 'bad word' filter
a 'idiot' filter (for those jerks who you do not ever want to hear)
etc.
etc.
It also filters ANN/fulls very specifically also.

Try it, most people like it.


Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

AD5VJ Bob <rtnmi@...>
 

But there is still no split frequency function available between the two applications correct?

Bob AD5VJ

-----Original Message-----
From: dxlab@... [mailto:dxlab@...] On
Behalf Of Dave Bernstein
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 3:41 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: HRD to DXLab Bridge Question

Simon HB9DRV never provided PSK Deluxe with the ability to
log QSOs to an external application like DXKeeper. He did
provide this capability for DM780, and Matthias LA0FA
constructed a bridge between DM780 and DXKeeper; its available via

http://www.la0fa.com/cms/site_uploads/readme.txt

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Mark Blanton" <wc5m@...> wrote:

The website for the bridge doesn't that. It says that DXKeeper
obtains
frequency and mode info from HRD. I was asking if I attempted to
use
the logging feature of HRD can HRD be linked to enter data directly
in
DXKeeper's log file? I don't think it can.

Mark WC5M

--- In dxlab@..., Larry Rappaport <rapp@> wrote:

Mark Blanton wrote:


When running the HRD to DXLab Bridge can HRD log directly into
DXKeeper?

73,
Mark WC5M
Yes, I believe that's the purpose of the bridge.
73,
--

Larry W1HJF
rapp at lmr dot com


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Yes Virginia, you CAN limit cluster spots to be from one country

FireBrick <w9ol@...>
 

http://www.bcdxc.org/ve7cc/default.htm#prog

Lee has created a very special Cluster software.
You can filter cluster spots and only see spots from a specific country
from men with red hair
and
over the age of 70
and
living with a 22 year old girl

Well maybe not that specific....but you get the idea.

I load CCU (as it's called), connect to a cluster and then set all the fine tuned filter parameters.
CCU run in the background and sends spots to Spot Collector, all filtered etc.

It also has a 'bad word' filter
a 'idiot' filter (for those jerks who you do not ever want to hear)
etc.
etc.
It also filters ANN/fulls very specifically also.

Try it, most people like it.