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PA QSO Party

Ron W3ZV
 

How do I get a PA county list to display? I know it worked the way I wanted in Classic, but I can't replicate that in Plus.
--
Ron W3ZV


N1MMLogger+ not following radio mode

Steve K8JQ
 

I'm trying to set up N1MMLogger+ for the Pa QSO Party. It seems logger is following the radio frequency on the bandmap but is not following the radio mode. Logger does not know the radio's mode. If logger is getting frequency shouldn't it also be getting mode?

Logger's Config => Mode Control tab has "Use radio mode (default)" selected.

Windows 7. Icom IC-7800 linked to the computer through a K9JM CI-V router. N1MMLogger+ V1.0.5245.0.

Advice?

Steve, K8JQ


Re: QSORDER - N1MM - LAPTOP how to ?

VE9AA - Mike
 

Rich,


A great explanation of how sound cards and qsorder works.  Thanks very much. 

I am certain this will be useful to all users.


I don't ever expect to be a Top 3 guy in the categories listed by CQWW, but have wanted to try recording (on the cheap) for a while now so I could go back and listen to QSO's post-test. (not for log scrubbing/washing, but perhaps weeks or months later for nostalgic reasons.) 


Recently I went to NF (as VO1TTT) and had some folks send me recordings of how I sounded from there and it was "very cool" (well, at least to me).


I'd also like to be able to provide that to people who have in the past requested it from me, but as I have never recorded anything except 6m and 4m (not a typo) QSO's, I was at a loss.


Thanks again.  I have saved this explanation and am sure I am not the only one.


dit dit


Mike VE9AA



---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve3ki@...> wrote :

The internal sound card in most laptops does not have a separate line input. Also, if you are using that sound card for recorded wav files in SSB, you may prefer (or need) to separate the microphone input recording device from the radio output recording device. The easiest way around both of these is to use an external USB sound card that has a line input. If you are running SO2V or SO2R, you will need one with a stereo input,

I tried QSOrder out with the USB sound card I use for digital modes, which is already connected to my K3's Line Out jack. It has a stereo line input, records both channels (both receivers in SO2V), and with the K3's Monitor on, also records my transmissions. If your digital mode sound card happens to be a SignaLink, you should be aware that the SignaLink is mono, so it won't be suitable for SO2V or SO2R.

If you are using QSOrder in continuous recording mode (with the -C command-line parameter), you do not need to worry about port numbers or the [External Broadcasts] section in the N1MM Logger.ini file. In fact, N1MM+ does not even need to be running - QSOrder will record in continuous mode whether N1MM+ is running or not.

If you are using an SO2R box with a headphone output, I would expect that you should be able to put a Y-connector on the headphone jack and connect the USB sound card's line input in parallel with your headphones to record the transmitted and received audio as you heard it in your headphones, as described in the CQWW rules.

To set QSOrder up in continuous recording mode:

1. Extract the files from the QSOrder zip file into the N1MM Logger+\QSORecording folder in your user files area.

2. Start up a command window (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt in Windows 7).

3. Change directories by typing 
cd documents\n1mm logger+\qsorecording
and pressing Enter.

4. Type 
qsorder -q
and press Enter in order to get a listing of the sound card input index numbers. In my case, the one I was using was number 4 on the list. Actually, it detected 15 inputs ("devices") on my system but only listed numbers 0-7. If you have more than 8 sound card inputs in your computer and the one you want to use does not appear in the first 8, you might have to do some experimenting to find the correct index. More simply, you can just set the sound card input you want to use to be the Windows recording default for the duration of the contest. Note that Windows can change these index numbers every time it restarts, or a new sound device is plugged in or unplugged, or ... - so don't count on the index number to stay the same from one contest to the next.

5. Armed with the information about the sound card input index number, I typed in
qsorder -i 4 -C
to start QSOrder in continuous recording mode using device number 4. If you have set your desired input to be the Windows default recording device, you can leave out the -i and the device index number, i.e. just type qsorder -C to use the default device (note: the command-line parameters are case-sensitive; that's an uppercase C and a lowercase i).

You should set up the recording levels before the contest using the Windows sound card applet (Control Panel > Sound > Recording tab, select the desired input device, click on the Properties button and select the Levels tab) . Connect everything up and do some short recordings to check out your recording level settings. To stop recording, just close the command window that you ran qsorder from.

I found my recordings in an AUDIO_2015 subfolder in the QSORecording folder. Each recording is named with a time stamp, e.g. CONTEST_AUDIO_20151009_2315Z.mp3 . According to the release notes, a new file is started at the top of each hour (or each time you start QSOrder), and space required is on the order of 15 MB/hour or 360 MB per 24-hour day.

If you want separate recordings of individual QSOs, I believe you will have to add an [External Broadcasts] section to the N1MM Logger.ini file as described in the QSOrder documentation before starting N1MM+. This makes QSOrder aware of when each QSO is logged so it can produce an individual recording of each QSO. This is not necessary for the recording mentioned in the CQWW rules. If you are not using any other software that eavesdrops on N1MM+'s UDP broadcasts, then you don't need to worry about port numbers (and if you are, the port numbers used by that software will already be in your N1MM Logger.ini file, so you can check to make sure there are no conflicts).

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :


Correction. Gateway laptop, not Dell...if it matters

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :

Does anyone have much experience with this?

I use N1MM+ (love it!)


I’d like to try QSORDER by Vasily K3IT instead of buying a handheld digital recorder which start around $150 here locally.


I recently went SO2R with the YCCC box.(a very nice kit)


I use a 4-5 yr old Dell Windows 7 laptop with the headphone and mic jacks already used up with my headset’s microphone going in the mic port, and the headphone port going on as mic audio feeding the YCCC SO2R box.


If I split the headphone audio with a Y-connector and feed it back into the mic jack which I am already using for my mic I think I’ll have issues, right?

 

So, what do all you SO2R ops do for recording, per the new CQWW rules posted yesterday. Also, is the default port 12060 used by anything else typically in N1MM? (I am just doing rig control and no rotors or bandswitching or anything else)

 

 

TNX a lot,

 

Mike VE9AA

 


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Chester Alderman <aldermant@...>
 

FYI....

Just loaded 5245, rebooted my Win 10 64-bit PC, activated NL+ and
immediately logged into VE7CC with no problems.

Tom - W4BQF

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]

Sent: Friday, October 9, 2015 8:56 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: Dx cluster don' t working

On 10/09/2015 04:12 PM, 'James Setzler' jms_k1sd@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Same problem here.

I was connected to my local telnet cluster last night as well as
nearly everyday. No problems.

Upgraded to ver 1.0.5245 this morning at login; nothing else was
changed - no changes to settings, firewall, nuttin.
Could Microsoft have done an automatic update overnight ?

N1MM would not connect to
cluster.

Went back to ver 1.0.5241 (which has been working FB): No Joy
connecting to my usual cluster. Went to another cluster I've used:
NADA. Went to a 3rd and it connected. (?)

I've put a call into the two SysOps to see if their nodes are up.
We'll see.
For those having trouble, it would be helpful for the rest of us to know
what clusters you can no longer connect to, and what version of Windows you
are running.

73,
Steve, N2IC


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Re: QSORDER - N1MM - LAPTOP how to ?

ve3ki@...
 

The internal sound card in most laptops does not have a separate line input. Also, if you are using that sound card for recorded wav files in SSB, you may prefer (or need) to separate the microphone input recording device from the radio output recording device. The easiest way around both of these is to use an external USB sound card that has a line input. If you are running SO2V or SO2R, you will need one with a stereo input,

I tried QSOrder out with the USB sound card I use for digital modes, which is already connected to my K3's Line Out jack. It has a stereo line input, records both channels (both receivers in SO2V), and with the K3's Monitor on, also records my transmissions. If your digital mode sound card happens to be a SignaLink, you should be aware that the SignaLink is mono, so it won't be suitable for SO2V or SO2R.

If you are using QSOrder in continuous recording mode (with the -C command-line parameter), you do not need to worry about port numbers or the [External Broadcasts] section in the N1MM Logger.ini file. In fact, N1MM+ does not even need to be running - QSOrder will record in continuous mode whether N1MM+ is running or not.

If you are using an SO2R box with a headphone output, I would expect that you should be able to put a Y-connector on the headphone jack and connect the USB sound card's line input in parallel with your headphones to record the transmitted and received audio as you heard it in your headphones, as described in the CQWW rules.

To set QSOrder up in continuous recording mode:

1. Extract the files from the QSOrder zip file into the N1MM Logger+\QSORecording folder in your user files area.

2. Start up a command window (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt in Windows 7).

3. Change directories by typing 
cd documents\n1mm logger+\qsorecording
and pressing Enter.

4. Type 
qsorder -q
and press Enter in order to get a listing of the sound card input index numbers. In my case, the one I was using was number 4 on the list. Actually, it detected 15 inputs ("devices") on my system but only listed numbers 0-7. If you have more than 8 sound card inputs in your computer and the one you want to use does not appear in the first 8, you might have to do some experimenting to find the correct index. More simply, you can just set the sound card input you want to use to be the Windows recording default for the duration of the contest. Note that Windows can change these index numbers every time it restarts, or a new sound device is plugged in or unplugged, or ... - so don't count on the index number to stay the same from one contest to the next.

5. Armed with the information about the sound card input index number, I typed in
qsorder -i 4 -C
to start QSOrder in continuous recording mode using device number 4. If you have set your desired input to be the Windows default recording device, you can leave out the -i and the device index number, i.e. just type qsorder -C to use the default device (note: the command-line parameters are case-sensitive; that's an uppercase C and a lowercase i).

You should set up the recording levels before the contest using the Windows sound card applet (Control Panel > Sound > Recording tab, select the desired input device, click on the Properties button and select the Levels tab) . Connect everything up and do some short recordings to check out your recording level settings. To stop recording, just close the command window that you ran qsorder from.

I found my recordings in an AUDIO_2015 subfolder in the QSORecording folder. Each recording is named with a time stamp, e.g. CONTEST_AUDIO_20151009_2315Z.mp3 . According to the release notes, a new file is started at the top of each hour (or each time you start QSOrder), and space required is on the order of 15 MB/hour or 360 MB per 24-hour day.

If you want separate recordings of individual QSOs, I believe you will have to add an [External Broadcasts] section to the N1MM Logger.ini file as described in the QSOrder documentation before starting N1MM+. This makes QSOrder aware of when each QSO is logged so it can produce an individual recording of each QSO. This is not necessary for the recording mentioned in the CQWW rules. If you are not using any other software that eavesdrops on N1MM+'s UDP broadcasts, then you don't need to worry about port numbers (and if you are, the port numbers used by that software will already be in your N1MM Logger.ini file, so you can check to make sure there are no conflicts).

73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :


Correction. Gateway laptop, not Dell...if it matters

---In N1MMLoggerplus@..., <ve9aa@...> wrote :

Does anyone have much experience with this?

I use N1MM+ (love it!)


I’d like to try QSORDER by Vasily K3IT instead of buying a handheld digital recorder which start around $150 here locally.


I recently went SO2R with the YCCC box.(a very nice kit)


I use a 4-5 yr old Dell Windows 7 laptop with the headphone and mic jacks already used up with my headset’s microphone going in the mic port, and the headphone port going on as mic audio feeding the YCCC SO2R box.


If I split the headphone audio with a Y-connector and feed it back into the mic jack which I am already using for my mic I think I’ll have issues, right?

 

So, what do all you SO2R ops do for recording, per the new CQWW rules posted yesterday. Also, is the default port 12060 used by anything else typically in N1MM? (I am just doing rig control and no rotors or bandswitching or anything else)

 

 

TNX a lot,

 

Mike VE9AA

 


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Mat Mat Mat <lu9cbl@...>
 

Hi to all in my case cluster was K1TTT AND WINDOWS 7 64 BITS

73s
Mat LU9CBL

De: Steve London n2ic@... [N1MMLoggerplus]
Enviado el: ‎09/‎10/‎2015 21:55
Para: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Asunto: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Re: Dx cluster don' t working

On 10/09/2015 04:12 PM, 'James Setzler' jms_k1sd@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
> Same problem here.
>
> I was connected to my local telnet cluster last night as well as nearly
> everyday.  No problems.
>
> Upgraded to ver 1.0.5245 this morning at login; nothing else was changed
> – no changes to settings, firewall, nuttin.

Could Microsoft have done an automatic update overnight ?

> N1MM would not connect to
> cluster.
>
> Went back to ver 1.0.5241 (which has been working FB): No Joy connecting
> to my usual cluster.  Went to another cluster I’ve used: NADA.  Went to
> a 3rd and it connected. (?)
>
> I’ve put a call into the two SysOps to see if their nodes are up.  We’ll
> see.

For those having trouble, it would be helpful for the rest of us to know
what clusters you can no longer connect to, and what version of Windows
you are running.

73,
Steve, N2IC


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Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Steve London
 

On 10/09/2015 04:12 PM, 'James Setzler' jms_k1sd@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Same problem here.

I was connected to my local telnet cluster last night as well as nearly
everyday. No problems.

Upgraded to ver 1.0.5245 this morning at login; nothing else was changed
� no changes to settings, firewall, nuttin.
Could Microsoft have done an automatic update overnight ?

N1MM would not connect to
cluster.

Went back to ver 1.0.5241 (which has been working FB): No Joy connecting
to my usual cluster. Went to another cluster I�ve used: NADA. Went to
a 3rd and it connected. (?)

I�ve put a call into the two SysOps to see if their nodes are up. We�ll
see.
For those having trouble, it would be helpful for the rest of us to know what clusters you can no longer connect to, and what version of Windows you are running.

73,
Steve, N2IC


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

James Setzler <jms_k1sd@...>
 

Same problem here. 

 

I was connected to my local telnet cluster last night as well as nearly everyday.  No problems.

 

Upgraded to ver 1.0.5245 this morning at login; nothing else was changed – no changes to settings, firewall, nuttin.  N1MM would not connect to cluster.

 

Went back to ver 1.0.5241 (which has been working FB): No Joy connecting to my usual cluster.  Went to another cluster I’ve used: NADA.  Went to a 3rd and it connected. (?)   

 

I’ve put a call into the two SysOps to see if their nodes are up.  We’ll see.

 

    73 James K1SD

 

 

 

Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Fri Oct 9, 2015 9:11 am (PDT) . Posted by:

rich_ve3ki

Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to the Internet(?).

73,
Rich VE3KI


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

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?

 


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Bostjan Voncina
 

That could be it Tom, will try that!
Thx
Bostjan S55O

2015-10-09 21:21 GMT+02:00 N1MM tfwagner@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...>:

 

If you have multiple lan connections, like a wired & a wireless, turn
off the one that does not have internet access.

Tom - N1MM

On 10/9/2015 2:55 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> ill check the firewall once more..but it worjed fine during cqww rtty.
> thx
> bostjan s55o
>
> Dne 9. okt. 2015 18:25 je "'lu9cbl@...
> lu9cbl@...>' lu9cbl@... lu9cbl@...>
> [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:
>
> In my case, it´s not a connectivity problem because the telnet
> directly with a putty client, doesn´t work too.
>
> 73s
> Mat LU9CBL
>
> El 09/10/2015 a las 01:11 p.m., ve3ki@... ve3ki@...>
> [N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:
>>
>> Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to
>> the Internet(?).
>>
>>
>> 73,
>> Rich VE3KI
>>
>>
>> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>,
>> tnflyfisher@...> wrote :
>>
>> Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing
>> received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?
>
>



Re: Dx cluster don' t working

N1MM <tfwagner@...>
 

If you have multiple lan connections, like a wired & a wireless, turn off the one that does not have internet access.

Tom - N1MM

On 10/9/2015 2:55 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O @S55O [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

ill check the firewall once more..but it worjed fine during cqww rtty.
thx
bostjan s55o

Dne 9. okt. 2015 18:25 je "'lu9cbl@... <mailto:lu9cbl@...>' lu9cbl@... <mailto:lu9cbl@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@... <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:

In my case, it´s not a connectivity problem because the telnet
directly with a putty client, doesn´t work too.

73s
Mat LU9CBL

El 09/10/2015 a las 01:11 p.m., ve3ki@... <mailto:ve3ki@...>
[N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:

Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to
the Internet(?).


73,
Rich VE3KI


---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>, <tnflyfisher@...>
<mailto:tnflyfisher@...> wrote :

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing
received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Bostjan Voncina
 

ill check the firewall once more..but it worjed fine during cqww rtty.
thx
bostjan s55o

Dne 9. okt. 2015 18:25 je "'lu9cbl@...' lu9cbl@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...> napisal/-a:

 

In my case, it´s not a connectivity problem because the telnet directly with a putty client, doesn´t work too.

73s
Mat LU9CBL

El 09/10/2015 a las 01:11 p.m., ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:
 

Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to the Internet(?).


73,
Rich VE3KI


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

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

lu9cbl@gmail.com <lu9cbl@...>
 

In my case, it´s not a connectivity problem because the telnet directly with a putty client, doesn´t work too.

73s
Mat LU9CBL

El 09/10/2015 a las 01:11 p.m., ve3ki@... [N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:
 

Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to the Internet(?).


73,
Rich VE3KI


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

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?


Re: Dx cluster don' t working

ve3ki@...
 

Maybe your firewall is preventing N1MM+ from getting access to the Internet(?).

73,
Rich VE3KI


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

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?


Re: Newbie questions

Tom Osborne
 

 had the same problem with a rig that was not computer controlled.  

I just made a little flap that said 'change bands on logger' and put it in front of the bandswitch to remind me to change bands on the logger when changing bands on the radio (heck to get old)  :-)  73
Tom W7WHY



On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 8:39 AM, 'Jim' jimw7ry@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:
 

From the interwebs....
 
 
the 430 cannot be controlled or modified to be controlled
or programmed with a computer. The 440 was the first rig Kenwood made
with a computer control option via an RS232 COMPUTER INTERFACE IC-10.

 
 
Sent: Friday, October 09, 2015 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Newbie questions [1 Attachment]
 
 

I am in the same boat,
A "Stock" 430S is not capable of running with N1MM, so 90% of the super cool features that N1MM is capable of doing is not possible. The reason is, well the 430S just plain and simple just does not have a computer hook up capability. So No program will work with a 430S.

BUT. I did read somewhere, that someone did make some sort of an interface, that they added to a 430S that did make it able to talk to a computer. But looking into it,, it was far above my head.

I still love my 430S and N1MM, you just gotta be careful when changing bands and stuff like that because the logger won't know when you do, and you could log a bunch of Q's with the wrong band.

N1MM with a WinKeyer works fantastic with the 430S
It works great on CW and the digital modes too!

Joe WB9SBD


The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Idle Tyme
Idle-Tyme.com
http://www.idle-tyme.com

On 10/9/2015 10:07 AM, spencex@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
I use a Kenwood TS-430s rig, which is doing a fine job. Should I wish to interface it with N1MM+ does anyone know if that's possible? Using the program manually should be fine for the time being.

Right now, I'd be satisfied if I could figure out how to enter a contest--such as CQP--but after reading the documentation I still can't quite get it. Maybe I'm just dense!

Any help would be appreciated.

Spence
K6ACQ





Re: Newbie questions [1 Attachment]

Jim W7RY
 

From the interwebs....
 
 
the 430 cannot be controlled or modified to be controlled
or programmed with a computer. The 440 was the first rig Kenwood made
with a computer control option via an RS232 COMPUTER INTERFACE IC-10.

 
 

Sent: Friday, October 09, 2015 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerplus] Newbie questions [1 Attachment]
 
 

I am in the same boat,
A "Stock" 430S is not capable of running with N1MM, so 90% of the super cool features that N1MM is capable of doing is not possible. The reason is, well the 430S just plain and simple just does not have a computer hook up capability. So No program will work with a 430S.

BUT. I did read somewhere, that someone did make some sort of an interface, that they added to a 430S that did make it able to talk to a computer. But looking into it,, it was far above my head.

I still love my 430S and N1MM, you just gotta be careful when changing bands and stuff like that because the logger won't know when you do, and you could log a bunch of Q's with the wrong band.

N1MM with a WinKeyer works fantastic with the 430S
It works great on CW and the digital modes too!

Joe WB9SBD


The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Idle Tyme
Idle-Tyme.com
http://www.idle-tyme.com

On 10/9/2015 10:07 AM, spencex@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
I use a Kenwood TS-430s rig, which is doing a fine job. Should I wish to interface it with N1MM+ does anyone know if that's possible? Using the program manually should be fine for the time being.

Right now, I'd be satisfied if I could figure out how to enter a contest--such as CQP--but after reading the documentation I still can't quite get it. Maybe I'm just dense!

Any help would be appreciated.

Spence
K6ACQ




Re: Newbie questions

Joe WB9SBD
 

I am in the same boat,
A "Stock" 430S is not capable of running with N1MM, so 90% of the super cool features that N1MM is capable of doing is not possible. The reason is, well the 430S just plain and simple just does not have a computer hook up capability. So No program will work with a 430S.

BUT. I did read somewhere, that someone did make some sort of an interface, that they added to a 430S that did make it able to talk to a computer. But looking into it,, it was far above my head.

I still love my 430S and N1MM, you just gotta be careful when changing bands and stuff like that because the logger won't know when you do, and you could log a bunch of Q's with the wrong band.

N1MM with a WinKeyer works fantastic with the 430S
It works great on CW and the digital modes too!

Joe WB9SBD

The Original Rolling Ball Clock
Idle Tyme
Idle-Tyme.com
http://www.idle-tyme.com

On 10/9/2015 10:07 AM, spencex@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
I use a Kenwood TS-430s rig, which is doing a fine job. Should I wish to interface it with N1MM+ does anyone know if that's possible? Using the program manually should be fine for the time being.

Right now, I'd be satisfied if I could figure out how to enter a contest--such as CQP--but after reading the documentation I still can't quite get it. Maybe I'm just dense!

Any help would be appreciated.

Spence
K6ACQ




Newbie questions

Spencer Carter
 

I use a Kenwood TS-430s rig, which is doing a fine job. Should I wish to interface it with N1MM+ does anyone know if that's possible? Using the program manually should be fine for the time being.

Right now, I'd be satisfied if I could figure out how to enter a contest--such as CQP--but after reading the documentation I still can't quite get it. Maybe I'm just dense!

Any help would be appreciated.

Spence
K6ACQ



Re: Dx cluster don' t working

Bostjan Voncina
 

same here...with n1mm classic the problem is nonexistent. ve7cc works..but even that slow. other clusters time out.

bostjan s55o

Dne 9. okt. 2015 16:10 je "'lu9cbl@...' lu9cbl@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...> napisal/-a:

 

If you use the cluster VE7CC the problem persist??? i have the same problem with several cluster, but with that cluster works fine.



El 09/10/2015 a las 10:44 a.m., tnflyfisher@... [N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:
 

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?



Re: Dx cluster don' t working

lu9cbl@gmail.com <lu9cbl@...>
 

If you use the cluster VE7CC the problem persist??? i have the same problem with several cluster, but with that cluster works fine.



El 09/10/2015 a las 10:44 a.m., tnflyfisher@... [N1MMLoggerplus] escribió:
 

Can't connect to any cluster. Getting telnet error "nothing received in 3 minutes." Is this my setup error?



Re: 1.0.5245

drew.vonadasmith@...
 

Outstanding Tom, thanks again!


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

Version 1.0.5245 (October 9, 2015)

1. Oceania: Fix for IsWorkable - JD1 (K3CT) (Coded by N1MM)
2. Fix caching of continent in all contests (Coded by N1MM)