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Re: TS-590 & N1MM, MMTTY config help!

Tom Homewood
 

I think you need to review your MMTTY setting.

Do you have PTT and FSK assigned to a Com Port? (Under the MMTTY Setup)

Do you have theTX port set to Com-TX?

Do you have the sound card settings properly selected?

I can do a phone call or Skype.

73, Tom W1TO  Skype W1TOMA




On Tuesday, September 29, 2015 8:58 AM, "Shaw Online ve4dxr@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:


 
Darrel, TNX. I will look forward to your screen shots.
Lee


From: "Darrel ve7eme@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 1:25:00 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] TS-590 & N1MM, MMTTY config help!

 
You will likely need the file REEXTFSK file from RigExpert site, which I put in the main N1MM /directory 
I spent 3/4 of the contest getting mine setup. A Kenwood TS870 which I believe is similar??  I will send screen captures of all N1MM and MMTTY configure screens when I get time later tmrw. The rigexpert  here has setup 4 USB comports.  3 CAT, 5 PTT/CW, 4 serial,  6 FSK, but you will see in the stup screens they are not generally used.
VE7EME Darrel


On 15-09-28 06:10 PM, ve4dxr@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 
I hope someone with TS-590 and MMTTY can be so kind to aid me in the config settings for N1MM with MMTTY.  I am trying to use FSK but am prepared to go to any setting of RTTY. 

The issue is that after a few minutes the comport disconnects. Also, I can copy incoming RTTY but. my TX signal appears to go out but cannot be decoded by the recipient.

I tried all kinds of settings.  I would appreciate copies of settings and or a skype or telephone meeting with someone who has this working.  I am using a RIgExpert Standard Transeiver Interface. 

Please reply and or point me to someone who may help.

73

de Lee, VE4DXR
ve4dxr@...






Re: icom 7200

John Bednar
 

 

Icom on-the-fly recording works with the radios that have a MONitor. Make sure you turn it ON. This is explained in the setup instructions.  This is a radio limitation, not a program limitation.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 8:58 AM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: RE: [N1MMLoggerplus] icom 7200

 

 

[N1MMLoggerplus] An existing poll has been modified, check it out. Enter your vote now!

how many of you out there use message voicing with N1MM logger

Created by: vk4tjf

1.     Just can't get "on the fly" recording to work -- if I place files in the proper folder, they do work (added by: n4hh . September 29, 2015)



Thanks!


Re: turn off ICOM default code warning?

John Bednar
 

Pete,

 

No. Prior to adding this message we had a constant dribble of Icom users that reported radio control issues. After a series of emails, often trying their *ini file, we discovered the underlying cause. Adding this message eliminated all radio address errors.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 7:19 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] turn off ICOM default code warning?

 

 

Latest N1MM and using ICOM IC-7100 radio with USB connection.

 

Because I'm using a hardware device connected to the 7100's CI-V serial CAT port that requires address/code 5E, I have to use that address in N1MM too. This works fine.

 

But, whenever I'm in the N1MM Configurator window and press OK, I get a popup with a title "Icom Warning!" and the text "Icom code for COM3 is not set to the Icom default value of (88)".

 

I already know I'm not using the default ICOM code, is there a way I can turn off this warning popup? It's distracting and annoying, especially when I'm in a contest on the road in a rover trying to fix something.

 

Thanks,

Pete K0BAK

 


turn off ICOM default code warning?

Peter Kobak
 

Latest N1MM and using ICOM IC-7100 radio with USB connection.

Because I'm using a hardware device connected to the 7100's CI-V serial CAT port that requires address/code 5E, I have to use that address in N1MM too. This works fine.

But, whenever I'm in the N1MM Configurator window and press OK, I get a popup with a title "Icom Warning!" and the text "Icom code for COM3 is not set to the Icom default value of (88)".

I already know I'm not using the default ICOM code, is there a way I can turn off this warning popup? It's distracting and annoying, especially when I'm in a contest on the road in a rover trying to fix something.

Thanks,
Pete K0BAK


Rotor support

Paul Knocker
 

Gents,

I have a rather old (but great) EA4TX control board that utilises a parallel port. I see that the N1MM prog supports the ARSWIN-USB prog for rotor support; is there any way I can utilise my legacy hardware? The prog ARSVCOM lets me select a parallel interface but can I get N1MM prog to interface?

Appreciate any help,


Paul



Re: MMTTY integration to N1MM+

ve3ki@...
 

It works for me using the TX button immediately below the transmit window. There is also a red TX indicator at the top left of the window, but that is not a button; it just indicates which of the two DI windows has transmit focus in SO2R or SO2V.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <eckerpw@...> wrote :

 (b) for truly ad lib text, you can use the transmit text pane below the received text pane and above those buttons to type text, and use the TX and RX buttons to control PTT; in digital modes, Ctrl+K is a keyboard shortcut for this. 73, Rich 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rich --related to the above question you answered, If I type text into the transmit pane above the buttons, the Tx and RX buttons won't send the text, But the Ctrl K does. Any idea why??

73
Paul kc2nyu


Re: SAC

Alan Pounder
 

You are missing a line for F12 in both Run and S&P sections, that's why your S&P macros are out of sequence. Just copy the line for F11 but rename it F12.

Regards,
Alan P.


On 29 Sep 2015, at 22:09, andrew kersey goibn@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:

 

Hi, Rich,
Perhaps i am on the wrong track somewhere.
Here are my macros
What do you think?
I am going around the bend!
Andy G0IBN

# N1MM Logger+ CW Default Function Key File
#
# This file can be used in most CW contests that have a simple exchange
# The {EXCH} macro uses the contents of the Sent Exchange box in the contest setup
# The {SENTRSTCUT} defaults to 5NN or allows manual entry of signal report
# F5 uses "!" macro for his callsign
# Do not use the {CALL} macro in place of the ! macro
# S&P F1 calls QRL? before placing the program in RUN mode for calling CQ
#
# To respond to caller, send F5 then F2, or ; (default exchange key) or
# Insert, or Enter in ESM
#
#
###################
# RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,<> {MYCALL} {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat, {SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>> TU g0ibn
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,

###################
# S&P Messages
###################
F1 Qrl?,qrl? de {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat,{SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>>
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,

========================================
Message Received: Sep 29 2015, 09:03 PM
From: "ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Cc:
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] SAC

I'd bet dollars to donuts there is something wrong with your CW messages file. Either one or more lines are missing, the comment
indicator # is missing from the beginning of a comment line, or there is a # at the beginning of a message line.

The first S&P message line is *always* the 13th non-comment message line in the file. You cannot leave some of the Run
messages out if you want to program any of the S&P messages. The program does not look at the "Fn" at the beginning of a
message caption to determine which message button that line belongs to; that "Fn" is there purely for your convenience when
looking at the buttons on the screen.

73,
Rich VE3KI

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., wrote :

Sorry, i am back on the SAC contest again using N1MM+
During this contest I had to revert back to N1MM.
N1MM+
=====
I have checked the MACROs and they are the same as N1MM
In "RUN" everything is ok.

In S&P
I log their call
press return and it sends his(!) callsign
I log his number, press return and it send TU G0IBN
It does not send MY number.
macro number 1 has gone,
If i press F2 for my number, F2 has reverted to F3!!!! so it just sendsTU again
I have checked everything I know to no avail.
I have used N1MM+ in other contests with no problems.
It just seems to be SAC??!!
Andy G0IBN


Re: SAC

ve3ki@...
 

Well, your Run F12 message is missing (also S&P F12, but that doesn't affect anything).

That means all of the subsequent messages will be off by one - the one that you expected to be in S&P F1 is actually in Run F12, the one that you expected to be in S&P F2 is actually in S&P F1, the one that you expected to be in S&P F3 is actually in S&P F2 (hence you sent TU when you wanted to send your exchange), the one that you expected to be in S&P F4 is actually in S&P F3, and the one that you expected to be in S&P F5 is actually in S&P F4 (therefore it sent his call when you wanted it to send your call).

Put something in for Run F12 (similar to F11 will be fine) and your S&P messages will line up properly again.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <goibn@...> wrote :

Hi, Rich,
Perhaps i am on the wrong track somewhere.
Here are my macros
What do you think?
I am going around the bend!
Andy G0IBN

# N1MM Logger+ CW Default Function Key File
#
# This file can be used in most CW contests that have a simple exchange
# The {EXCH} macro uses the contents of the Sent Exchange box in the contest setup
# The {SENTRSTCUT} defaults to 5NN or allows manual entry of signal report
# F5 uses "!" macro for his callsign
# Do not use the {CALL} macro in place of the ! macro
# S&P F1 calls QRL? before placing the program in RUN mode for calling CQ
#
# To respond to caller, send F5 then F2, or ; (default exchange key) or
# Insert, or Enter in ESM
#
#
###################
# RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,<> {MYCALL} {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat, {SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>> TU g0ibn
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,


###################
# S&P Messages
###################
F1 Qrl?,qrl? de {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat,{SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>>
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,



========================================
Message Received: Sep 29 2015, 09:03 PM
From: "ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Cc:
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] SAC

I'd bet dollars to donuts there is something wrong with your CW messages file. Either one or more lines are missing, the comment
indicator # is missing from the beginning of a comment line, or there is a # at the beginning of a message line.

The first S&P message line is *always* the 13th non-comment message line in the file. You cannot leave some of the Run
messages out if you want to program any of the S&P messages. The program does not look at the "Fn" at the beginning of a
message caption to determine which message button that line belongs to; that "Fn" is there purely for your convenience when
looking at the buttons on the screen.


73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., wrote :

Sorry, i am back on the SAC contest again using N1MM+
During this contest I had to revert back to N1MM.
N1MM+
=====
I have checked the MACROs and they are the same as N1MM
In "RUN" everything is ok.


In S&P
I log their call
press return and it sends his(!) callsign
I log his number, press return and it send TU G0IBN
It does not send MY number.
macro number 1 has gone,
If i press F2 for my number, F2 has reverted to F3!!!! so it just sendsTU again
I have checked everything I know to no avail.
I have used N1MM+ in other contests with no problems.
It just seems to be SAC??!!
Andy G0IBN


Re: 2Tone lock-up

Mark Klocksin
 

Thanks, Rich.  Well, it’s working now and is green.  I’ll wait for it to lock again (if it will be kind enough to fail for me!) and see.  This could be the solution…now…where are all the RTTY signals?   


73, Mark WA9IVH 


On Sep 29, 2015, at 3:21 PM, ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:

If you look at the left side of the receive window associated with 2Tone when this happens, do you see a green bar or a yellow bar? If it is yellow, the display is temporarily paused, and you can restore it by clicking on the yellow bar. Conversely, if you had inadvertently clicked on the green bar, the display of incoming text would pause until you restored it by clicking on the yellow bar or by moving the mouse out of the receive window.


73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., wrote :

First, thanks to all those programmers who have worked so hard to bring us an incredible suite of software for amateur radio!   

 

I’ve enjoyed using MMTTY and 2Tone since shortly after 2Tone was available.  Like others, I find no single decoder is always the best, and having two decoders usually means at least one will decode marginal signals.  So dual-decoder operation has become a “must have” for me.

 

But in last weekend’s contest, I noticed a strange situation with 2Tone’s decoding window: After an apparently random period of time (5-10 minutes) 2Tone would just stop decoding. While 2Tone was “frozen,” the earlier text was still displayed, but no more signals were being decoded.  I could tell audio was still being fed to 2Tone, because I could see signals on the 2Tone setup window.  Closing 2Tone and reopening it did not fix the issue, but closing and rebooting N1MM+ got it going again…until the next freeze up a few minutes later.  This happened repeatedly, every time, throughout the contest, starting a few hours into it.  Unfortunately, in the heat of the contest I did not think to look at the 2Tone setup window to see if some settings had changed or if I could adjust them from that window.

 

I’d appreciate any suggestions on what might be going on—and how to fix it.  

 

My setup is N1MM+ with MMTTY as the main RTTY interface.  (Using 2Tone as a receive-only decoder.)  Latest version N1MM+,  2Tone Version  15.05a.  Mid-level Windows 8.1 HP desktop computer, 16 GB RAM, and an Edgeport 8 for USB to serial interface.  Using computer’s built-in sound card. Single radio.  Rig:  IC-7800 with the latest firmware (3.10).  

 
 

Thanks and 73,

 

Mark WA9IVH





Re: SAC

Olli
 

Add an F12 message in the RUN section then try again. It's missing for S&P, too, but that would not have an influence on the S&P ESM behaviour. NL+ worked fine during SAC and just retested with my individual mapping file as well as the default. But you try it yourself by just loading the default, too.

73, Olli - DH8BQA
Contest, DX & radio projects: http://www.dh8bqa.de


Am 29.09.2015 um 23:09 schrieb andrew kersey goibn@... [N1MMLoggerplus]:

 

Hi, Rich,
Perhaps i am on the wrong track somewhere.
Here are my macros
What do you think?
I am going around the bend!
Andy G0IBN

# N1MM Logger+ CW Default Function Key File
#
# This file can be used in most CW contests that have a simple exchange
# The {EXCH} macro uses the contents of the Sent Exchange box in the contest setup
# The {SENTRSTCUT} defaults to 5NN or allows manual entry of signal report
# F5 uses "!" macro for his callsign
# Do not use the {CALL} macro in place of the ! macro
# S&P F1 calls QRL? before placing the program in RUN mode for calling CQ
#
# To respond to caller, send F5 then F2, or ; (default exchange key) or
# Insert, or Enter in ESM
#
#
###################
# RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,<> {MYCALL} {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat, {SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>> TU g0ibn
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,

###################
# S&P Messages
###################
F1 Qrl?,qrl? de {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat,{SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>>
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,

========================================
Message Received: Sep 29 2015, 09:03 PM
From: "ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Cc:
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] SAC

I'd bet dollars to donuts there is something wrong with your CW messages file. Either one or more lines are missing, the comment
indicator # is missing from the beginning of a comment line, or there is a # at the beginning of a message line.

The first S&P message line is *always* the 13th non-comment message line in the file. You cannot leave some of the Run
messages out if you want to program any of the S&P messages. The program does not look at the "Fn" at the beginning of a
message caption to determine which message button that line belongs to; that "Fn" is there purely for your convenience when
looking at the buttons on the screen.

73,
Rich VE3KI

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., wrote :

Sorry, i am back on the SAC contest again using N1MM+
During this contest I had to revert back to N1MM.
N1MM+
=====
I have checked the MACROs and they are the same as N1MM
In "RUN" everything is ok.

In S&P
I log their call
press return and it sends his(!) callsign
I log his number, press return and it send TU G0IBN
It does not send MY number.
macro number 1 has gone,
If i press F2 for my number, F2 has reverted to F3!!!! so it just sendsTU again
I have checked everything I know to no avail.
I have used N1MM+ in other contests with no problems.
It just seems to be SAC??!!
Andy G0IBN



Re: SAC

andrew kersey <goibn@...>
 

Hi, Rich,
Perhaps i am on the wrong track somewhere.
Here are my macros
What do you think?
I am going around the bend!
Andy G0IBN

# N1MM Logger+ CW Default Function Key File
#
# This file can be used in most CW contests that have a simple exchange
# The {EXCH} macro uses the contents of the Sent Exchange box in the contest setup
# The {SENTRSTCUT} defaults to 5NN or allows manual entry of signal report
# F5 uses "!" macro for his callsign
# Do not use the {CALL} macro in place of the ! macro
# S&P F1 calls QRL? before placing the program in RUN mode for calling CQ
#
# To respond to caller, send F5 then F2, or ; (default exchange key) or
# Insert, or Enter in ESM
#
#
###################
# RUN Messages
###################
F1 CQ,<> {MYCALL} {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat, {SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>> TU g0ibn
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,


###################
# S&P Messages
###################
F1 Qrl?,qrl? de {MYCALL}
F2 Exch,<<<5nn>>> #
F3 Tu,TU {MYCALL}
F4 {MYCALL},{MYCALL}
F5 His Call,!
F6 Repeat,{SENTRSTCUT} {EXCH} {EXCH}
F7 161,<<<161>>>
F8 G0IBN,{MYCALL}
F9 Nr?,nr?
F10 Call?,cl?
F11 Empty,



========================================
Message Received: Sep 29 2015, 09:03 PM
From: "ve3ki@rac.ca [N1MMLoggerplus]"
To: N1MMLoggerplus@yahoogroups.com
Cc:
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] SAC

I'd bet dollars to donuts there is something wrong with your CW messages file. Either one or more lines are missing, the comment
indicator # is missing from the beginning of a comment line, or there is a # at the beginning of a message line.

The first S&P message line is *always* the 13th non-comment message line in the file. You cannot leave some of the Run
messages out if you want to program any of the S&P messages. The program does not look at the "Fn" at the beginning of a
message caption to determine which message button that line belongs to; that "Fn" is there purely for your convenience when
looking at the buttons on the screen.


73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@yahoogroups.com, wrote :

Sorry, i am back on the SAC contest again using N1MM+
During this contest I had to revert back to N1MM.
N1MM+
=====
I have checked the MACROs and they are the same as N1MM
In "RUN" everything is ok.


In S&P
I log their call
press return and it sends his(!) callsign
I log his number, press return and it send TU G0IBN
It does not send MY number.
macro number 1 has gone,
If i press F2 for my number, F2 has reverted to F3!!!! so it just sendsTU again
I have checked everything I know to no avail.
I have used N1MM+ in other contests with no problems.
It just seems to be SAC??!!
Andy G0IBN


Re: Voice Keying to FTDX5K MP

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

If it is the second, there is something wrong with the audio levels,
or perhaps with the audio input setting on the radio (there may be a
menu item to control whether audio comes from the mic jack or from
the internal codec).
The Ftdx5000 (and FT-2000) do not have an internal CODEC. This user
said he had the Yaesu SCU-17 which only applies audio to the PKT jack.
Under normal operation none of the Yaesu transceivers use audio from
the PKT (DATA) jack in SSB operation. It is possible to select SSB
Audio from the DATA jack but that disables the microphone input.

I do not know if the current versions of N1MM+ provide the necessary
switching commands to select the DATA input before playing a wave
file and return to the microphone jack when the wave file ends or is
aborted. The necessary commands are EXP1P2; where P1 and P2 are
documented in the transceiver's CAT manual.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 9/29/2015 4:32 PM, ve3ki@rac.ca [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
"no WAVs transmitted from the rig" - does this mean the rig does not go into transmit, or that it goes into transmit for the duration of the message but no audio is actually transmitted, or do you get an error message about being unable to find the file?

If it is the first, perhaps your PTT control is not working. If you are using VOX, the sound level might be insufficient to trigger the VOX. If you have configured a serial port for PTT, perhaps that is not working.


If it is the second, there is something wrong with the audio levels, or perhaps with the audio input setting on the radio (there may be a menu item to control whether audio comes from the mic jack or from the internal codec).


If it is the third, the wav files are not in the place where the program is looking for them. One thing you can try is using Ctrl+Shift+F1 to record your F1 message, then seeing whether it plays back correctly. If it does, the location where the program stored that message is the right place to put your other messages.


73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@yahoogroups.com, <richardpowell@...> wrote :

Setting Up for CQWW-SSB

I am looking for some help in setting up voice keying from N1MM+ (latest version) to my new FTDX5K MP via the Yaesu SCU-17 USB Interface.


I have all my WAV files in the proper directory, set up all the configurations, etc and have read and re-read the documentation.Checked and re-checked all my settings. Audio set to the UBS codec of the SCU-17, etc.
N1MM+ works flawlessly with my Function Key definitions in CW (via USB WinKey), FSK RTTY and PSK.


When I press any of the SSB Function keys no WAVs transmitted from the rig. Reading a suggestion, I did record a CQ voice file on the FH2 remote and then set up an experimental CQ F key as follows:
F1 CQ,{CAT1ASCPB01;} With the FTDX5K in Break-in the sound file is sent just fine from the F1 function key in N1MM+.
I could live with the 5 FH2 keys, but would like the flexibility of the regular Run and S&P keys in N1MM+.

I know must be missing something to get WAVs from the PC to the rig and to transmit. I would greatly appreciate anysuggestions/help...
73,
Dick WK1J
Yankee Clipper Contest Club



Re: Voice Keying to FTDX5K MP

ve3ki@...
 

"no WAVs transmitted from the rig" - does this mean the rig does not go into transmit, or that it goes into transmit for the duration of the message but no audio is actually transmitted, or do you get an error message about being unable to find the file?

If it is the first, perhaps your PTT control is not working. If you are using VOX, the sound level might be insufficient to trigger the VOX. If you have configured a serial port for PTT, perhaps that is not working.

If it is the second, there is something wrong with the audio levels, or perhaps with the audio input setting on the radio (there may be a menu item to control whether audio comes from the mic jack or from the internal codec).

If it is the third, the wav files are not in the place where the program is looking for them. One thing you can try is using Ctrl+Shift+F1 to record your F1 message, then seeing whether it plays back correctly. If it does, the location where the program stored that message is the right place to put your other messages.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <richardpowell@...> wrote :

Setting Up for CQWW-SSB

I am looking for some help in setting up voice keying from N1MM+ (latest version) to my new FTDX5K MP via the Yaesu SCU-17 USB Interface.


I have all my WAV files in the proper directory, set up all the configurations, etc and have read and re-read the documentation.Checked and re-checked all my settings. Audio set to the UBS codec of the SCU-17, etc.

N1MM+ works flawlessly with my Function Key definitions in CW (via USB WinKey), FSK RTTY and PSK.


When I press any of the SSB Function keys no WAVs transmitted from the rig. Reading a suggestion, I did record a CQ voice file on the FH2 remote and then set up an experimental CQ F key as follows:

F1 CQ,{CAT1ASCPB01;} With the FTDX5K in Break-in the sound file is sent just fine from the F1 function key in N1MM+.

I could live with the 5  FH2 keys, but would like the flexibility of the regular Run and S&P keys in N1MM+.

I know must be missing something to get WAVs from the PC to the rig and to transmit. I would greatly appreciate anysuggestions/help...

73,

Dick WK1J 

Yankee Clipper Contest Club 


Re: 2Tone lock-up

ve3ki@...
 

If you look at the left side of the receive window associated with 2Tone when this happens, do you see a green bar or a yellow bar? If it is yellow, the display is temporarily paused, and you can restore it by clicking on the yellow bar. Conversely, if you had inadvertently clicked on the green bar, the display of incoming text would pause until you restored it by clicking on the yellow bar or by moving the mouse out of the receive window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <mpklocksin@...> wrote :

First, thanks to all those programmers who have worked so hard to bring us an incredible suite of software for amateur radio!  

 

I’ve enjoyed using MMTTY and 2Tone since shortly after 2Tone was available.  Like others, I find no single decoder is always the best, and having two decoders usually means at least one will decode marginal signals.  So dual-decoder operation has become a “must have” for me.

 

But in last weekend’s contest, I noticed a strange situation with 2Tone’s decoding window: After an apparently random period of time (5-10 minutes) 2Tone would just stop decoding. While 2Tone was “frozen,” the earlier text was still displayed, but no more signals were being decoded.  I could tell audio was still being fed to 2Tone, because I could see signals on the 2Tone setup window.  Closing 2Tone and reopening it did not fix the issue, but closing and rebooting N1MM+ got it going again…until the next freeze up a few minutes later.  This happened repeatedly, every time, throughout the contest, starting a few hours into it.  Unfortunately, in the heat of the contest I did not think to look at the 2Tone setup window to see if some settings had changed or if I could adjust them from that window.

 

I’d appreciate any suggestions on what might be going on—and how to fix it. 

 

My setup is N1MM+ with MMTTY as the main RTTY interface.  (Using 2Tone as a receive-only decoder.)  Latest version N1MM+,  2Tone Version  15.05a.  Mid-level Windows 8.1 HP desktop computer, 16 GB RAM, and an Edgeport 8 for USB to serial interface.  Using computer’s built-in sound card. Single radio.  Rig:  IC-7800 with the latest firmware (3.10). 

 

 

Thanks and 73,

 

Mark WA9IVH



Re: Fldigi not performing {ENTER} macro

ve3ki@...
 

One possibility might be that the receive window is removing extraneous CR-LF codes. This is done in order to prevent received messages from scrolling off the screen when someone, for reasons known only to themselves, sticks extraneous {ENTER} macros at the end of their messages. The same code that handles incoming text also handles the display of transmitted text in the receive window.

Perhaps Fldigi encodes CR-LF pairs slightly differently from the other two digital engines (for example, by reversing the order or by inserting an extra CR), which could result in the receive window handling the text differently. One way to investigate this would be to have someone else monitor your sent messages over the air while you use the different digital engines to send the same message, in order to determine whether the difference is only in your receive window or whether it also affects what is actually transmitted.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <k2kib@...> wrote :

I have a HP Pavilion PC with Windows8 and a Rigblaster Advantage interface.
MMVARI and MMTTY has been running OK.
I have installed FLDIGI and it sends and receives PSK31 and RTTY .
But using {ENTER} in any of the macros does not perform the desired function.
If I entered {TX}{ENTER}ABC{ENTER}DEF{ENTER}GHI(RX} I get "ABCDEFGHI"
displayed in the receive window.
I expect to see:
ABC
DEF
GHI
In addition, If I turn on the TX and type in the letters with the enter key pressed between
each set of letters the Transmit buffer shows:
ABC
DEF
GHI
But the receive panel shows:
ABCDEFGHI

I use the exact same macros with MMVARI and MMTTY and they work fine.

I tried two versions of FLDIGI and they do the same thing.

Does anyone have any idea what is causing this?

Jim, K2KIB


Re: Voice Keying to FTDX5K MP

Steve London
 

Did you set up your USB codec correctly in Config->Use Logger+ Audio and Config->Logger+ Audio Setup ? Don't forget to check the "Internal Radio Codec" checkbox.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 09/29/2015 01:44 PM, richardpowell@comcast.net [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Setting Up for CQWW-SSB

I am looking for some help in setting up voice keying from N1MM+ (latest
version) to my new FTDX5K MP via the Yaesu SCU-17 USB Interface.


I have all my WAV files in the proper directory, set up all the
configurations, etc and have read and re-read the documentation.Checked
and re-checked all my settings. Audio set to the UBS codec of the
SCU-17, etc.

N1MM+ works flawlessly with my Function Key definitions in CW (via USB
WinKey), FSK RTTY and PSK.


When I press any of the SSB Function keys no WAVs transmitted from the
rig. Reading a suggestion, I did record a CQ voice file on the FH2
remote and then set up an experimental CQ F key as follows:

F1 CQ,{CAT1ASCPB01;} With the FTDX5K in Break-in the sound file is sent
just fine from the F1 function key in N1MM+.

I could live with the 5 FH2 keys, but would like the flexibility of the
regular Run and S&P keys in N1MM+.

I know must be missing something to get WAVs from the PC to the rig and
to transmit. I would greatly appreciate anysuggestions/help...

73,

Dick WK1J

Yankee Clipper Contest Club


Re: SAC

ve3ki@...
 

I'd bet dollars to donuts there is something wrong with your CW messages file. Either one or more lines are missing, the comment indicator # is missing from the beginning of a comment line, or there is a # at the beginning of a message line.

The first S&P message line is *always* the 13th non-comment message line in the file. You cannot leave some of the Run messages out if you want to program any of the S&P messages. The program does not look at the "Fn" at the beginning of a message caption to determine which message button that line belongs to; that "Fn" is there purely for your convenience when looking at the buttons on the screen.

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <g0ibn@...> wrote :

Sorry, i am back on the SAC contest again using N1MM+
During this contest I had to revert back to N1MM.
N1MM+
=====
I have checked the MACROs and they are the same as N1MM
In "RUN" everything is ok.

In S&P
I log their call
press return and it sends his(!) callsign
I log his number, press return and it send TU G0IBN
It does not send MY number.
macro number 1 has gone, 
If i press F2 for my number, F2 has reverted to F3!!!! so it just sendsTU again
I have checked everything I know to no avail.
I have used N1MM+ in other contests with no problems.
It just seems to be SAC??!!
Andy G0IBN


Re: RTTY [1 Attachment]

Rick Ellison
 

You minimized the digital window. When the window is minimized it goes and sits in the taskbar with the main N1MM icon. It is this was for most of the N1MM windows..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 12:34 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] RTTY [1 Attachment]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from Joe included below]

ahh not hidden, but what was in the toolbar looked like the opening splash screen logo thing so ignored it when I clicked on it the text window appeared huh,,,  Joe WB9SBD


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On 9/29/2015 11:27 AM, 'Larry' w6nws@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

It's probably hidden behind the entry window. Several of us ran into that 
lately. For me, it was smaller than it used to be. Moving the entry window 
make make it visible.  You might be able to find it in the toolbar at the 
bottom of the Window assuming you use that sort of thing.
 
73, Larry  W6NWS
 
-----Original Message----- 
From: Joe nss@... [N1MMLoggerplus]
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 12:14 PM
To: n1mmloggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] RTTY
 
Window is missing
I fire up a contest that does RTTY, and type in the window RTTY and hit
enter and 2Tone appears as it should BUT the window that shows the
decoded texts I just can not seem to get to show, what am I doing wrong
or that I forgot?
 
Joe WB9SBD
 
 
 
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Re: RTTY

ve3ki@...
 

One possibility: Sometimes N1MM+ opens up a warning or error window during startup which must be responded to. For example, if I have it configured to talk to the radio on a USB port and that USB connector is not plugged in, an error message about the missing Com port appears. You must click on OK in that window before program startup will complete. I believe another warning message of this general type may appear if you start the program with no Internet connection active.

A second possibility: Perhaps the DI window was minimized the last time you shut down and it started up minimized. To recover it, go to the Task bar and hover over the N1MM+ logo. Thumbnail images of currently open (but possibly minimized) N1MM+ windows will appear. Click on the thumbnail image for the minimized window to restore it. This is standard Windows behaviour.

73,
Rich VE3KI



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <nss@...> wrote :

ahh not hidden, but what was in the toolbar looked like the opening splash screen logo thing so ignored it when I clicked on it the text window appeared huh,,,  Joe WB9SBD

On 9/29/2015 11:27 AM, 'Larry' w6nws@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
It's probably hidden behind the entry window. Several of us ran into that 
lately. For me, it was smaller than it used to be. Moving the entry window 
make make it visible.  You might be able to find it in the toolbar at the 
bottom of the Window assuming you use that sort of thing.

73, Larry  W6NWS

-----Original Message----- 
From: Joe nss@... [N1MMLoggerplus]
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 12:14 PM
To: n1mmloggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] RTTY

Window is missing
I fire up a contest that does RTTY, and type in the window RTTY and hit
enter and 2Tone appears as it should BUT the window that shows the
decoded texts I just can not seem to get to show, what am I doing wrong
or that I forgot?

Joe WB9SBD





Voice Keying to FTDX5K MP

Dick WK1J
 

Setting Up for CQWW-SSB

I am looking for some help in setting up voice keying from N1MM+ (latest version) to my new FTDX5K MP via the Yaesu SCU-17 USB Interface.


I have all my WAV files in the proper directory, set up all the configurations, etc and have read and re-read the documentation.Checked and re-checked all my settings. Audio set to the UBS codec of the SCU-17, etc.

N1MM+ works flawlessly with my Function Key definitions in CW (via USB WinKey), FSK RTTY and PSK.


When I press any of the SSB Function keys no WAVs transmitted from the rig. Reading a suggestion, I did record a CQ voice file on the FH2 remote and then set up an experimental CQ F key as follows:

F1 CQ,{CAT1ASCPB01;} With the FTDX5K in Break-in the sound file is sent just fine from the F1 function key in N1MM+.

I could live with the 5  FH2 keys, but would like the flexibility of the regular Run and S&P keys in N1MM+.

I know must be missing something to get WAVs from the PC to the rig and to transmit. I would greatly appreciate anysuggestions/help...

73,

Dick WK1J 

Yankee Clipper Contest Club