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Re: VPN network for HQ station?

Björn SM7IUN
 

We are testing Hamachi for SE9HQ and it seems very stable and easy to work with.

Björn SM7IUN


Den mån 1 juli 2019 kl 17:38 skrev Rag LB-Three-RE Stein-Roar <post@...>:

I had this softether VPN running 2 weeks, then suddenly nothing will work on server site..
DNS is lost, no chance to enter manually 🤔🤔🤔

Best Regards,
Stein-Roar Brobakken
LB3RE K3RAG 
Skype: lb3re.rag

1. jul. 2019 kl. 15:20 skrev Vytenis LY5T <vytenis.sciucka@...>:

There are also step by step instructions by AT1HQ team
https://goo.gl/5phfUy for client side and https://goo.gl/xqWwPX  for server side. But who knows, may be Hamachi works better.

Vytenis LY5T

Re: FSK with TinyFSK

Email Service <jfriend31@...>
 

Thank you for the suggestion.
Will give it a try.
Jack AK7O

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From: Email Service
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Sent: June 30, 2019 at 8:21 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] FSK with TinyFSK

Thank you jack

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From: jgmags2000 via Groups.Io
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Sent: June 29, 2019 at 9:11 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] FSK with TinyFSK

Hi Jack,
Something you might try if you are still having the problem with the FSK.
on the Digital Interface click on the the far right SETUP. click the FSK Polarity. Click on Low. if it is on low when you open it then click on High. This may take care of your K3..
Good Luck, I loved your QSl Card..
73, John KJ1J

Re: Question Regarding Network Mode

Steve London
 

End this thread, now !

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 07/01/2019 02:51 PM, Stuart Sheldon wrote:
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Hash: SHA256
Hi Gilbert,
GNUPG and PGP signatures and data encryption are very common and
required by many entities in the world I work in. I sometimes forget
that not all users of a particular mailing list or forum have experience
with this method of email security. Here is all the info on where you
can get my public key...
Most public keys can be downloaded directly from one of the global key
servers. This is a good one: http://keys.gnupg.net/. A link to the
signing key is actually in the header of the emails I send, and there is
a copy of the encrypting key in the header as well... If you are still
having trouble with locating it, below is a link to it on the web.
And here is a link to it:
https://www.stuartsheldon.org/StuartSheldon.asc
Key fingerprint = 53C9 6788 253E 5841 6D20 BCD3 5295 2C84 C325 2192
Hope this resolved your issue...
Stu
AG6AG
On 7/1/19 1:24 PM, Gilbert Baron W0MN wrote:
I really wonder what is gained by a pgp signature here. If I do not ha
ve your public key and most do not and do not care to it is just a waste
of space is it not?

Outlook Laptop Gil W0MN
Hierro Candente Batir de Repente
44.08226N 92.51265 W en34rb

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of
Stuart Sheldon
Sent: Monday, July 1, 2019 14:00
To: N1MM Logger + <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: [N1MM+] Question Regarding Network Mode


Hi All,

This last field day I was running wsjt-x through N1MM, and had N1MM ne
tworked with 15 other stations at our event. I had a couple time sync is
sue with N1MM overriding my ntpd daemon and shifting the time by 6.5 sec
onds.

We were operating a master that was a standalone PC and it seems that
for whatever reason, we had time drift on it...

The core of my question is this... Is there a way to disable time sync
in network mode without having the client display a com error (not runn
ing as administrator) to avoid this issue when running modes that are ex
tremely time sensitive.

Thanks for a great software package!

Stu
AG6AG








- --
Does anyone know where the love of God goes when the waves turn the
minutes to hours. The searchers all say that they'd have made
White Fish Bay if they'd put fifteen more miles behind her.
-- Gordon Lightfoot "The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald Lyrics"
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Re: Question Regarding Network Mode

Stuart Sheldon
 

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Hash: SHA256


Hi Gilbert,

GNUPG and PGP signatures and data encryption are very common and
required by many entities in the world I work in. I sometimes forget
that not all users of a particular mailing list or forum have experience
with this method of email security. Here is all the info on where you
can get my public key...

Most public keys can be downloaded directly from one of the global key
servers. This is a good one: http://keys.gnupg.net/. A link to the
signing key is actually in the header of the emails I send, and there is
a copy of the encrypting key in the header as well... If you are still
having trouble with locating it, below is a link to it on the web.

And here is a link to it:
https://www.stuartsheldon.org/StuartSheldon.asc
Key fingerprint = 53C9 6788 253E 5841 6D20 BCD3 5295 2C84 C325 2192

Hope this resolved your issue...

Stu
AG6AG



On 7/1/19 1:24 PM, Gilbert Baron W0MN wrote:
I really wonder what is gained by a pgp signature here. If I do not ha
ve your public key and most do not and do not care to it is just a waste
of space is it not?

Outlook Laptop Gil W0MN
Hierro Candente Batir de Repente
44.08226N 92.51265 W en34rb

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of
Stuart Sheldon
Sent: Monday, July 1, 2019 14:00
To: N1MM Logger + <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: [N1MM+] Question Regarding Network Mode


Hi All,

This last field day I was running wsjt-x through N1MM, and had N1MM ne
tworked with 15 other stations at our event. I had a couple time sync is
sue with N1MM overriding my ntpd daemon and shifting the time by 6.5 sec
onds.

We were operating a master that was a standalone PC and it seems that
for whatever reason, we had time drift on it...

The core of my question is this... Is there a way to disable time sync
in network mode without having the client display a com error (not runn
ing as administrator) to avoid this issue when running modes that are ex
tremely time sensitive.

Thanks for a great software package!

Stu
AG6AG








- --
Does anyone know where the love of God goes when the waves turn the
minutes to hours. The searchers all say that they'd have made
White Fish Bay if they'd put fifteen more miles behind her.
-- Gordon Lightfoot "The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald Lyrics"
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Re: Question Regarding Network Mode

Gilbert Baron W0MN
 

I really wonder what is gained by a pgp signature here. If I do not have your public key and most do not and do not care to it is just a waste of space is it not?

Outlook Laptop Gil W0MN
Hierro Candente Batir de Repente
44.08226N 92.51265 W en34rb

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Stuart Sheldon
Sent: Monday, July 1, 2019 14:00
To: N1MM Logger + <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: [N1MM+] Question Regarding Network Mode

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Hi All,

This last field day I was running wsjt-x through N1MM, and had N1MM networked with 15 other stations at our event. I had a couple time sync issue with N1MM overriding my ntpd daemon and shifting the time by 6.5 seconds.

We were operating a master that was a standalone PC and it seems that for whatever reason, we had time drift on it...

The core of my question is this... Is there a way to disable time sync in network mode without having the client display a com error (not running as administrator) to avoid this issue when running modes that are extremely time sensitive.

Thanks for a great software package!

Stu
AG6AG

- --
"I have a new philosophy. I'm only going to dread one day at a time."
-- Charles M. Schulz
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Re: Question Regarding Network Mode

ve3ki
 

Some suggestions: If your FT8 station was running an ntpd daemon to keep its time accurate, make it the master, so that the other stations get their time from it. If you don't want the FT8 station to be the master, make sure the master station has an ntpd daemon running on it so it will be accurate. Or, run ntpd on all of the stations so they are all accurate without relying on the N1MM+ time sync, in which case you won't have time sync problems and you won't have to do the "Run as Admin" on any of them.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Jul 1, 2019 at 03:01 PM, Stuart Sheldon wrote:
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Hi All,

This last field day I was running wsjt-x through N1MM, and had N1MM
networked with 15 other stations at our event. I had a couple time sync
issue with N1MM overriding my ntpd daemon and shifting the time by 6.5
seconds.

We were operating a master that was a standalone PC and it seems that
for whatever reason, we had time drift on it...

The core of my question is this... Is there a way to disable time sync
in network mode without having the client display a com error (not
running as administrator) to avoid this issue when running modes that
are extremely time sensitive.

Thanks for a great software package!

Stu
AG6AG

- --
"I have a new philosophy. I'm only going to dread one day at a time."
-- Charles M. Schulz
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Question Regarding Network Mode

Stuart Sheldon
 

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Hash: SHA256


Hi All,

This last field day I was running wsjt-x through N1MM, and had N1MM
networked with 15 other stations at our event. I had a couple time sync
issue with N1MM overriding my ntpd daemon and shifting the time by 6.5
seconds.

We were operating a master that was a standalone PC and it seems that
for whatever reason, we had time drift on it...

The core of my question is this... Is there a way to disable time sync
in network mode without having the client display a com error (not
running as administrator) to avoid this issue when running modes that
are extremely time sensitive.

Thanks for a great software package!

Stu
AG6AG

- --
"I have a new philosophy. I'm only going to dread one day at a time."
-- Charles M. Schulz
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Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Dave Hachadorian
 

I use fake it with my K3 also, primarily so the radio is not left in split mode after I am done with wsjt-x.
 
Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
Big Bear Lake, CA
 

From: ve3ki
Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 8:31 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
I would suggest that you try using Fake It instead of Rig for the Split Operation in WSJT-X. WIth my K3, I have found Fake It to work more quickly and smoothly than Rig for WSJT-X's split operating.

When using Fake It, if the transmit audio frequency is outside the 1500-2000 Hz range, WSJT-X will QSY the radio by a multiple of 500 Hz during every transmission, and then QSY back to the original RX frequency as soon as the transmission is finished. VFO B is not used with Fake It, and the rig is not put into split mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 10:35 PM, Gary Hembree wrote:
When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+.
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: VPN network for HQ station?

Rag LB-Three-RE Stein-Roar
 

I had this softether VPN running 2 weeks, then suddenly nothing will work on server site..
DNS is lost, no chance to enter manually 🤔🤔🤔

Best Regards,
Stein-Roar Brobakken
LB3RE K3RAG 
Skype: lb3re.rag

1. jul. 2019 kl. 15:20 skrev Vytenis LY5T <vytenis.sciucka@...>:

There are also step by step instructions by AT1HQ team
https://goo.gl/5phfUy for client side and https://goo.gl/xqWwPX  for server side. But who knows, may be Hamachi works better.

Vytenis LY5T

Re: VPN network for HQ station?

Vytenis LY5T
 

There are also step by step instructions by AT1HQ team
https://goo.gl/5phfUy for client side and https://goo.gl/xqWwPX  for server side. But who knows, may be Hamachi works better.

Vytenis LY5T

Re: VPN network for HQ station?

Aleksandar Jugovic
 

Hi Stein-Roar,

Hamachi works good. Connect all needed computers to one Hamachi network (mesh). Then on every computer put Hamachi IP4 addresses of all computers in the N1MM network station table. Good luck.

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73/Pozdrav

Sale, 9A3XV
Aleksandar Jugović


Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Gary Hembree
 

Switching between radios is clumsy at best and usually very unreliable.  What, if any is the correct sequence?  Change bands and then modes or vise versa?  I keep having to reset the DX Lab Suite Commander Connection, even when switching bands on the same radio.
 
Gary, N7IR
 

Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 8:40 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Thanks for the tip Rich.  I’ll do that.
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 8:31 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
I would suggest that you try using Fake It instead of Rig for the Split Operation in WSJT-X. WIth my K3, I have found Fake It to work more quickly and smoothly than Rig for WSJT-X's split operating.

When using Fake It, if the transmit audio frequency is outside the 1500-2000 Hz range, WSJT-X will QSY the radio by a multiple of 500 Hz during every transmission, and then QSY back to the original RX frequency as soon as the transmission is finished. VFO B is not used with Fake It, and the rig is not put into split mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 10:35 PM, Gary Hembree wrote:
When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+.
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Gary Hembree
 

Thanks for the tip Rich.  I’ll do that.
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 

From: ve3ki
Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 8:31 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
I would suggest that you try using Fake It instead of Rig for the Split Operation in WSJT-X. WIth my K3, I have found Fake It to work more quickly and smoothly than Rig for WSJT-X's split operating.

When using Fake It, if the transmit audio frequency is outside the 1500-2000 Hz range, WSJT-X will QSY the radio by a multiple of 500 Hz during every transmission, and then QSY back to the original RX frequency as soon as the transmission is finished. VFO B is not used with Fake It, and the rig is not put into split mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 10:35 PM, Gary Hembree wrote:
When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+.
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

ve3ki
 

I would suggest that you try using Fake It instead of Rig for the Split Operation in WSJT-X. WIth my K3, I have found Fake It to work more quickly and smoothly than Rig for WSJT-X's split operating.

When using Fake It, if the transmit audio frequency is outside the 1500-2000 Hz range, WSJT-X will QSY the radio by a multiple of 500 Hz during every transmission, and then QSY back to the original RX frequency as soon as the transmission is finished. VFO B is not used with Fake It, and the rig is not put into split mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 10:35 PM, Gary Hembree wrote:
When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+. 
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Gary Hembree
 

This behavior is seemingly random.  At first split works as it should but then it will quit on every other or third sequence.  More of an issue with FT8 of course.
 
Gary, N7IR
 

Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 7:35 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 
From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+. 
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Gary Hembree
 

When running SO2R with two K3 radios, split does not stick when running WSJT-X from either radio in FT8 or MSK144.  This is true regardless of the bands used on either radio: i.e. HF or VHF.  Both of my K3s have a second RX but neither are used when running SO2R.  I am following the VE3KI protocol strictly.  I have set Split Operation to Rig in Radio settings for all of my configurations (HF, 6m, 2m, 160/80m).
 
73
Gary, N7IR
 

From: ve3ki
Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2019 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Running WSJT from within N1MM
 
Note that if you are used to using WSJT-X with DXLab Suite Commander, the radio setting will be the same in the N1MM+ instance (DXLab Suite Commander in both cases), but you do not run Commander at the same time as N1MM+. N1MM+ takes the place of Commander.

To switch from FT8 to SSB, close the WSJT Decode List window, close WSJT-X, type SSB into the call sign box and press Enter, and if the rig is not on an SSB frequency, type the frequency you want in kHz (e.g. 14300, not 14.300) into the call sign box and press Enter. To switch back to FT8, use the Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item, then the Window > WSJT Decode List menu item, select the FT8 mode in WSJT-X and if necessary, the FT8 frequency for the band you want to operate on in WSJT-X. Do your WSJT-X operating in the WSJT-X window, not in N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 05:49 PM, Mark Klocksin wrote:
Rich, thank you for these detailed instructions and for all the posts you've given, demonstrating superb support for N1MM+.  
 
I have FT8 interfaced with DXLabs, but I plan to follow your instructions to have FT8 work within N1MM+. 
 
There’s one issue I don’t believe anyone’s asked yet…perhaps the answer will be obvious after I follow your setup steps.  But my question is, what do I need to do (if anything) with the setup when I’ve finished operating FT8 and want to switch to another contest mode.  For example, if we had set up as you indicated below for Field Day this year on our SSB station and wanted it to do double-duty on FT8, when we were finished using FT8, what would we need to do to switch modes back to SSB?
 
Thanks and 73,
 
Mark WA9IVH

On Jun 29, 2019, at 3:15 PM, ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

CTY-2910 Country Files - 30 June 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 30 June 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2910-30-june-2019/

For installation instructions, start at:

http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

http://www.country-files.com/big-cty-30-june-2019/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below. There is a separate link to them.

As a reminder, there is an RSS feed of the latest country file announcements:

http://www.country-files.com/feed/

Here are the release notes:

30 June 2019 (CTY-2910)
VER20190630, Version entity is Yemen, 7O

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* II0GDF/9 is Sicily, *IT9
* EA1RCI/KD and EA1URO/KD are both Spain, EA
* EA9PD/P is Ceuta & Melilla, EA9
* TX2A is Austral Islands, FO/a
* TO5M is St. Pierre & Miquelon, FP
* GB2RDR is Scotland, GM
* GB2HMM is Wales, GW
* II0SRE and IQ0ID/P are both Sardinia, IS
* W3TB is United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* K0W is Mariana Islands, KH0
* KA7BSK is Hawaii, KH6
* KM6NOL is Alaska, KL
* KB0JRR is Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU3AJL/H, LU3EFL/D, LU3HKA/H, LU3HL/H, LU5FYX/H, LU7HA/H, LU7HBL/H,
LU8HH/H and LW4HCL/H are all Argentina, LU
* LU8VCC/V is Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* ON3BLB/YL is Belgium, ON
* R0AGD/6, R39PGD, R550Y, R9CMA/4, R9CZ/3, UA0ZL/6 and UE50KG are all European Russia, UA
* RK75OP is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 19
* R3ARS/4 is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 30
* RA3X/1, U1I, UA1I, UB1I, UC1I, UD1I, UE1I, UF1I, UG1I, UH1I and UI1I
are all European Russia, UA in CQ zone 17, ITU zone 20
* RA0QK/8 and RZ1CWC/8 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9
* R2019CG, R53ICGA, R53ICGB, R53ICGC, R53ICGF, R53ICGJ, R53ICGS, R53ICGV,
R53ICGW and RW9WJ/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 16
* RA/DJ8QP, RA3DS/P, RD0L/9, RZ5D/9 and UA3A/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
* RQ73QQ is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 23
* RU9MV/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 25
* R66IOTA is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
* VA7XW/VE2 and VE7ACN/VE2 are both Canada, VE in CQ zone 2, ITU zone 4
* VK6MB/2 is Australia, VK
* VK9APX is Lord Howe Island, VK9L

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* GB2QM in Shetland Islands, *GM/s
* BH4CXY/9 in China, BY
* TX5T in Austral Islands, FO/a
* TO19A in Reunion Island, FR
* GB0GLS and GB2BCW in Northern Ireland, GI
* GB2M, GB2MBB, GB2QM, GB5FHC, GB5RO and GM6WRW/P in Scotland, GM
* GB0CAC, GB0LM, GB2BYF, GB4GM, GB6BLB, GB8MD, GB8ND and GB9GGM in Wales, GW
* IK7SHC/MT and IK8IJN/I/US in Italy, I
* IY0NV in Sardinia, IS
* AJ6JF in Guam, KH2
* AJ0M, K0LIH, KA3HIZ and WH2K in Hawaii, KH6
* KJ4HEW and WA1FVJ in Alaska, KL
* KN4UAN in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU1XZ/H, LU4ADE/D and LW2EIY/H in Argentina, LU
* PA6OP/MILL, PD0ARI/MILL, PG64HOOP/MIL, PH4RTM/MILL, PI4DHG/MILL
and PI4ZWN/MILL in Netherlands, PA
* SV2ASP and SV2ASP/P in Mount Athos, SV/a
* TA1D/3 in Asiatic Turkey, TA
* R108M, R1945HS, R1961G, R75SEV, R7AB/P, R8XF/1, RA2FDX/3, RG61PP,
RO75KR, RP74A, RP74AD, RP74AF, RP74AH, RP74AK, RP74AO, RP74AQ, RP74AU,
RP74B, RP74BA, RP74BK, RP74BQ, RP74BR, RP74CH, RP74DD, RP74DN, RP74DP,
RP74EL, RP74FA, RP74FW, RP74GE, RP74GF, RP74GO, RP74GT, RP74GV, RP74GY,
RP74I, RP74IL, RP74IN, RP74IP, RP74IS, RP74IZ, RP74K, RP74KC, RP74KD, RP74KF,
RP74KN, RP74KO, RP74KP, RP74KR, RP74KZ, RP74L, RP74LD, RP74LG, RP74M, RP74MK,
RP74ML, RP74MM, RP74MN, RP74MR, RP74MY, RP74N, RP74ND, RP74NF, RP74NK,
RP74NP, RP74NV, RP74O, RP74ON, RP74OT, RP74PA, RP74PD, RP74PK, RP74PP,
RP74PR, RP74PT, RP74PW, RP74QP, RP74RA, RP74RD, RP74RK, RP74RO, RP74RP,
RP74RT, RP74S, RP74SB, RP74SE, RP74SK, RP74SP, RP74SR, RP74SW, RP74T, RP74TA,
RP74TF, RP74TW, RP74VB, RP74VF, RP74VG, RP74VM, RP74WD, RP74WF, RP74WK,
RP74WP, RP74WR, RP74WW, RP74X, RP74ZK, RP74ZP, RV1CC/1, RW9WJ/P, UA3FQ/4,
UA3FQ/4/P, UE74AP, UE74GL, UE74LB and UE74SZ in European Russia, UA
* RA60PD, RA9MX/P, RP74AB, RP74AZ, RP74DG, RP74DT, RP74GB, RP74GI,
RP74GR, RP74GS, RP74IM, RP74KM, RP74KT, RP74LL, RP74MP, RP74P, RP74PO,
RP74SD, RP74TG, RP74U, RP74UF, RP74V, RU5D/8 and UA9SUV/8 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VK6AV/2 in Australia, VK
* VK2FBBB/9 in Norfolk Island, VK9N

73 - Jim AD1C

--
Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Gerald Boutin (VE1DT)
 

Joe,

I searched on youtube and noted this video. I've never tried WSJT, so can't say how good the info in the video is.

Setting N1MM+ and WSJT-x To work together as one solution

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS1s-uaf9vw

--
Gerald, VE1DT


On Sun, Jun 30, 2019 at 02:44 PM, Joe WB9SBD wrote:
Has anyone made a video on how all this is supposed to work like when working completely and correctly?

If not can someone please?

Joe WB9SBD

Re: Running WSJT from within N1MM

Joe WB9SBD
 

Has anyone made a video on how all this is supposed to work like when working completely and correctly?

If not can someone please?

Joe WB9SBD

On 6/29/2019 3:15 PM, ve3ki wrote:
The first step is to make sure CAT is working in N1MM+ without the added complication of WSJT-X. Start up N1MM+. Type 14025 into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig QSY to 14025 kHz? Turn the rig's tuning knob and tune it to 14050 kHz. Does the frequency at the top of the Entry window now read 14050.00? Change the rig's mode to USB from the front panel. Does the mode at the top of the Entry window change to USB? Now type CW into the call sign box in the Entry window and press Enter. Does your rig change modes to CW? If any of these steps fails, N1MM+'s CAT control of the rig is not working properly, and CAT control from WSJT-X via N1MM+ is doomed to failure.

You also need to have the capability to switch the rig between transmit and receive. There are several ways to do this, but if your rig supports it, one way is to enable PTT via Radio Command Digital mode in the setup dialog for the radio control port in the Configurer. This won't work if the CAT control described in the previous paragraph isn't working, and it is not available on some older radios, but for most modern radios it is arguably the easiest method.

Once all this is working, you can start WSJT-X from N1MM+'s Window > Load WSJT/JTDX menu item. After doing this, verify that all of the WSJT-X settings you need have been set up correctly. Note that the settings for WSJT-X when run from inside N1MM+ are separate from the settings you use when WSJT-X is run stand-alone. It is OK to make some of the settings the same (such as the settings under the General tab and the Audio tab in the WSJT-X Settings window), but the settings under the Radio tab will be different in the N1MM+ instance of WSJT-X from the same settings in the stand-alone instance.

Now select the FT8 Mode in the main WSJT-X menu, and then in the frequency selector at the left edge of the WSJT-X window below the Band Activity window and above the receive level dB thermometer, select the frequency/band you wish to operate on. The rig should QSY to that frequency and switch to the mode it uses for digital modes, provided all the rest of the setup has been done correctly. Clicking on the Tune button in WSJT-X should switch the radio to transmit and send an unmodulated tone (useful for adjusting audio levels).

If all of the above works, you should be able to use WSJT-X from N1MM+.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 03:44 PM, David Mitchell wrote:
I am still having problems running WSJT from within N1mm.  I have followed the instructions to the letter in the excellent N!MMWSJT document and still can't get the CAT to work.  A nice person on the forum contacted me privately and offered to help me fix the problem but I accidently deleted his email. I have my rig set to DX Labs Suite Commander and all of the other settings as per the guide.  Any assistance is appreciated/

Dave WB2PJH

Re: Error while WSJTX operates from within N1MM+

Rick Ellison
 

Next option go back to version 1.0.7763 as that does not have my change in it.

73 Rick N2AMG

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gyula Huller
Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2019 11:18 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Error while WSJTX operates from within N1MM+

Dear Rick,

TNX. I changed regional settings to US. Errors message still pops up after each TX session:

N1MMLogger.net - Version 1.0.7773.0
Built: 6/25/2019 12:31:12 PM
Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.17134.0,64:0,hu-HU,hu-HU Error occurred at: 6/30/2019 5:15:44 PM in Thread:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
System.InvalidCastException: A következő karakterlánc nem konvertálható „Double” típusra: „50,313.000”. ---> System.FormatException: Nem megfelelő a bemeneti karakterlánc formátuma.
at
Microsoft.VisualBasic.CompilerServices.Conversions.ParseDouble(String
Value, NumberFormatInfo NumberFormat)
at
Microsoft.VisualBasic.CompilerServices.Conversions.ToDouble(String
Value, NumberFormatInfo NumberFormat)
--- End of inner exception stack trace ---

73,

Gyuszi - ha2vr