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Re: lpt question

Terry Glagowski / W1TR / AFA1DI
 

Bill,

I can confirm that the USB to Serial RS-232 converter cable made by PI MFG will work

For Win2K, WinXP, Win7, Win8, Win8.1, Win10.

I’ve been using them for over a decade.

http://www.pimfg.com/Product-Detail/UN8BE

Be sure the chip set for any USB to RS-232 Serial is FTDI and NOT Prolific.

 

73, Terry / W1TR  :  )

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 18:43
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: RE: [N1MMLoggerplus] lpt question

 

 

Thanks guys for the info and options, Nothing like planning ahead.

Bill, AI3Q


Re: lpt question

Bill Feissner
 

Thanks guys for the info and options, Nothing like planning ahead.
Bill, AI3Q


User Defined Contest not loading

SM0MDG
 

I tried to setup N1MM+ for RUSSIAN160 to log a Qs few for fun. I could not get N1MM+ to load the UDC file downloaded from the N1MM+ website.

Any known issues with UDC? Anyone else on Win10 with issues? (I am running N1MM+ on a parallels Win10 virtual machine). This setup works well except for this.

73 de Björn,
SM0MDG
SE0X










Re: lpt question

Joe Shuey <joeshuey@...>
 

Hi Bill .. .you have a few options.

 - Add a serial Port Board to the computer

- Add a parallel port board to the computer

- use something like a Digi/4 or 8 which plugs to a usb port and provides 4 or 8 serial ports.

- use a USB adaptor to go to serial or parallel port

 

Adding boards are usually trouble free... make sure you get one that is compatible with your mother board (will plug in) and your operating system.

I have (and use currently) a Digi/8 and it works flawlessly.

From what I have read.. the USB adaptors are a bit risky. Follow the advice of the experts on which driver chips to avoid.

 

Good Luck,

Joe  NE3H

 

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 10:49 AM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] lpt question

 

 

I have an older computer that still has an lpt port. I use a W1WEF interface for cw. My question is. When I upgrade my computer there will be no lpt port, could I use a usb to lpt port converter and plug the interface into it to get my cw to work like it presently does? I have zero problems and would like to keep this system. Any Ideas if this will work or not? Thanks in advance.

Bill, AI3Q


Two updated SKCC CallHist files uploaded to N1MMLogger Plus

Jan Pieter Oelp
 

 
This email message is a notification to let you know that two files has been uploaded to the Files area of the N1MMLoggerPlus group.
 
CallHist_SKCC.txt
and
CallHist_SKCC_EVENT_WES_SPRINT.txt both up to SKCC #14760
 
Editor of this files: Jan Pieter Oelp PA3CLQ SKCC #2765
 
SKCC.zip include:
SKCCEVENT for K3Y Anniversary Events in january.
SKCCWES for monthly Weekend Sprintathon
SKCCSPRINT for monthly Two hour SK Sprint or monthly Two hour SK Eurosprint.
CallHist files added.
Uploaded by : Les G4OGB
 
Description : SKCC.zip Exchange is in the order RST-S RST-R SPC(SKCC Country Codes) Name SKCC#
For SKCC Country Codes / SPC-List see:
http://www.skccgroup.com/display_spc_list.php
You can accesss the file SKCC.zip at the URL:
 
To learn more about UDC (User Defined Contest) see:
 
Thanks, & 73, Jan Pieter Oelp, pa3clq@... PA3CLQ, SKCC #2765
 
In January QRV as "K3Y DX Operations from the Netherlands" with the Callsign PH6SKCC SKCC #5031C
QRV as CW Operator of the Dutch Old Timer Club OTC with the Callsign PI4OTC SKCC #5315
QRV as CW Operator of RAG with the Callsign PI4RAG SKCC #5624
 
www.pa3clq.nl/ about Gigantic DF-Antennas


Re: Winter Field Day (WFD) UDC ?

dvhammer_99
 

Woops !!  Looks like the UDC has been written by G4OGB three days ago, and is now on the UDC Supported Contest list.  I checked before that date.  Thanks so much !

73,
Dale  K9NN


After 1.0.5375 .ini file rotor control string deletion

jpescatore@...
 

In a N1MM+ network setup with rotor control running on one position PC, doing the 1.0.5375 update seems to blow away the External Broadcast/BroadcastRotorAddr string in the.ini file. Lost rotator control and then started seeing wierd things like N1MMRotor showing up as multiple network positions. Manually restoring the string to the .ini files fixes.


Any one else seeing similar behavior? Some reason this could happen?


73 John K3TN

 


Winter Field Day (WFD) UDC ?

dvhammer_99
 

Anyone writing or has written the UDC for the upcoming Winter Field Day?  Website and rules are at:

Winter Field Day Assoc.


Thanks.


73,

Dale  K9NN


Re: lpt question

Vytenis LY5T
 

No. USB-LPT interface won't work. It is clearly stated in the documentation. You need PCI-LPT card or something like that.

Vytenis
ly5t


lpt question

Bill Feissner
 

I have an older computer that still has an lpt port. I use a W1WEF interface for cw. My question is. When I upgrade my computer there will be no lpt port, could I use a usb to lpt port converter and plug the interface into it to get my cw to work like it presently does? I have zero problems and would like to keep this system. Any Ideas if this will work or not? Thanks in advance.

Bill, AI3Q


Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Tom - N1MM
 

No. Just S5 Since it ends in a number, call areas are not supported.

73,
Tom

On 12/18/2015 7:03 AM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O @S55O [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Lol Tom, no problem, so i have to change my post on that thing on the s5 forum.

So please again:

the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?

And this should show me all spots, that for example s51xx sent on the cluster

Is that correct ?

Bostjan S55O

2015-12-18 12:53 GMT+01:00 Tom Tom@... <mailto:Tom@...> [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@... <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:

I don't know what I was smoking yesterday. The prefix filter filters
spotters, not clusters. I guess in looking at the multiple spots from
various skimmers I was thinking of them as clusters. They are not.
They
are spotters.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 4:05 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
@S55O <mailto:@S55O>
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Thx for this info! Consider this resolved from my side!
> Gl
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 20:26 je "Tom Tom@...
<mailto:Tom@...> <mailto:Tom@... <mailto:Tom@...>>
> [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>> napisal/-a:
>
> It does not filter spotters. It filters *clusters*.
>
> Tom
>
> On 12/17/2015 1:19 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
> @S55O <mailto:@S55O>
<mailto:@S55O <mailto:@S55O>>
> [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>> Thank you all for the answers:
>>
>> So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would
>> be like:
>>
>> S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59
>>
>> no commas, no dots nothing... right ?
>>
>>
>> 2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@... <mailto:Tom@...>
>> <mailto:Tom@... <mailto:Tom@...>> [N1MMLoggerplus]
>> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>:
>>
>> If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use
>> the base
>> prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status
>> bar and
>> append the appropriate number.
>>
>> Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.
>>
>> It is much better to filter at the cluster.
>>
>> 73,
>> Tom - N1MM
>>
>> On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
>> @S55O <mailto:@S55O>
<mailto:@S55O <mailto:@S55O>>
>> [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>> >
>> > Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>> >
>> > Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
<mailto:gbyahoo@...>
>> <mailto:gbyahoo@... <mailto:gbyahoo@...>>
>> > <mailto:gbyahoo@... <mailto:gbyahoo@...>
>> <mailto:gbyahoo@...
<mailto:gbyahoo@...>>> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
>> > <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>
>> > <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>> napisal/-a:
>> >
>> > Bostjan,
>> >
>> >
>> > I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
>> > would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
>> > filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>> >
>> > >> Gerald, VE1DT
>> >
>> >
>> > ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>
>> > <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>,
>> <bostjan.voncina@...> <mailto:bostjan.voncina@
<mailto:bostjan.voncina@>...> wrote :
>> >
>> > Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>> >
>> > I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
>> > explicitly.
>> >
>> > Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly,
>> but that
>> > is not what i want to do :)
>> >
>> > Best of luck
>> >
>> > Bostjan S55O
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
>> > <mailto:vytenis.sciucka@ <mailto:vytenis.sciucka@>
<mailto:vytenis.sciucka@ <mailto:vytenis.sciucka@>>...>
>> [N1MMLoggerplus]
>> > <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>
>> > <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>>:
>> >
>> > Hi
>> >
>> > This is valid question and you will get answer from
>> > developers side, but most effective and recommended
>> > filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
>> > from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
>> > I have bookmarked these:
>> > http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>> >
>> > http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>> >
>> > http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>> >
>> > Vytenis
>> > ly5t
>> >
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>
>



Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Bostjan Voncina
 

Lol Tom, no problem, so i have to change my post on that thing on the s5 forum.

So please again:

the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?

And this should show me all spots, that for example s51xx sent on the cluster

Is that correct ?

Bostjan S55O

2015-12-18 12:53 GMT+01:00 Tom Tom@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...>:

 

I don't know what I was smoking yesterday. The prefix filter filters
spotters, not clusters. I guess in looking at the multiple spots from
various skimmers I was thinking of them as clusters. They are not. They
are spotters.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 4:05 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Thx for this info! Consider this resolved from my side!
> Gl
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 20:26 je "Tom Tom@... Tom@...>
> [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:
>
> It does not filter spotters. It filters *clusters*.
>
> Tom
>
> On 12/17/2015 1:19 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
> bostjan.voncina@... bostjan.voncina@...>
> [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>> Thank you all for the answers:
>>
>> So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would
>> be like:
>>
>> S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59
>>
>> no commas, no dots nothing... right ?
>>
>>
>> 2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@...
>> Tom@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]
>> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:
>>
>> If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use
>> the base
>> prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status
>> bar and
>> append the appropriate number.
>>
>> Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.
>>
>> It is much better to filter at the cluster.
>>
>> 73,
>> Tom - N1MM
>>
>> On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
>> bostjan.voncina@... bostjan.voncina@...>
>> [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>> >
>> > Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>> >
>> > Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
>> gbyahoo@...>
>> > gbyahoo@...
>> gbyahoo@...>> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
>> > <N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> > N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>> napisal/-a:
>> >
>> > Bostjan,
>> >
>> >
>> > I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
>> > would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
>> > filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>> >
>> > >> Gerald, VE1DT
>> >
>> >
>> > ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> > N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>,
>> <mailto:bostjan.voncina@...> wrote :
>> >
>> > Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>> >
>> > I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
>> > explicitly.
>> >
>> > Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly,
>> but that
>> > is not what i want to do :)
>> >
>> > Best of luck
>> >
>> > Bostjan S55O
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
>> > vytenis.sciucka@ vytenis.sciucka@>...>
>> [N1MMLoggerplus]
>> > <N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>
>> > N1MMLoggerplus@...
>> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>:
>> >
>> > Hi
>> >
>> > This is valid question and you will get answer from
>> > developers side, but most effective and recommended
>> > filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
>> > from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
>> > I have bookmarked these:
>> > http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>> >
>> > http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>> >
>> > http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>> >
>> > Vytenis
>> > ly5t
>> >
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>
>



Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Tom - N1MM
 

I don't know what I was smoking yesterday. The prefix filter filters spotters, not clusters. I guess in looking at the multiple spots from various skimmers I was thinking of them as clusters. They are not. They are spotters.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 4:05 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O @S55O [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:

Thx for this info! Consider this resolved from my side!
Gl

Dne 17. dec. 2015 20:26 je "Tom Tom@... <mailto:Tom@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@... <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:

It does not filter spotters. It filters *clusters*.

Tom

On 12/17/2015 1:19 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
@S55O <mailto:@S55O>
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
Thank you all for the answers:

So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would
be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?


2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@...
<mailto:Tom@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]
<N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:

If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use
the base
prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status
bar and
append the appropriate number.

Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.

It is much better to filter at the cluster.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O
@S55O <mailto:@S55O>
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
<mailto:gbyahoo@...>
> <mailto:gbyahoo@...
<mailto:gbyahoo@...>> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>> napisal/-a:
>
> Bostjan,
>
>
> I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
> would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
> filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>
> >> Gerald, VE1DT
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>,
<bostjan.voncina@...> <mailto:bostjan.voncina@...> wrote :
>
> Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>
> I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
> explicitly.
>
> Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly,
but that
> is not what i want to do :)
>
> Best of luck
>
> Bostjan S55O
>
>
>
>
> 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
> <mailto:vytenis.sciucka@ <mailto:vytenis.sciucka@>...>
[N1MMLoggerplus]
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...
<mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>>:
>
> Hi
>
> This is valid question and you will get answer from
> developers side, but most effective and recommended
> filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
> from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
> I have bookmarked these:
> http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>
> Vytenis
> ly5t
>
>
>


Re: SO2R & Flexradio on german keyboard Stereomode

John Bednar
 

Emil,

 

The stereo keycode is 192.

You can find the key on your keyboard with the Config, Function Keys tab, Keycode of Ins Key box or this webpage.

http://www.cambiaresearch.com/articles/15/javascript-char-codes-key-codes

 

The Dual RX On issue is that Flex SO2R is a single VFO for each virtual radio. Sub Receiver Always On works fine in SO2R with a regular radio(s) that is capable.

 

John, K3CT

From: N1MMLoggerplus@... [mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2015 2:30 AM
To: N1MMLoggerplus@...
Subject: [N1MMLoggerplus] SO2R & Flexradio on german keyboard Stereomode

 

 

Hello guys,

 

i have Flex-6700 and use SO2R with N1MM Plus and german keyboard.

 

When I want to switch to STEREO Mode  (two slices will be ON simultaneously all the time) with Tilde Key it’s not working. They are not opportunity’s to do this on other keyboard than US. I should switch in windows to the US keyboard and that klick the same key (tilde) like on US keyboard.

Additional “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” not make any different when using N1MM in SO2R and Flexradio.

I would suggest for stereo mode another (international) key on keyboard to use instead of tilde key, or couple the “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” in SO2R as Stereo switch.

 

Can you give me please short feedback or Tipp about this?

Thanks in advance

Emil,

de DL8JJ


Re: SO2R & Flexradio on german keyboard Stereomode

rin JG1VGX
 

Hi,

You may change your keymap with AutoHotkey anyway (which I'm not using, so I can't tell further), but without AHK, here is the result of my research about non-US keyboard issues.

First you have to understand the idea of "Virtual Key Code".
It's neither character code like ASCII, nor hardware Scan Code.
Virtual Key Code is a Microsoft thing, as I understand. Here is a list.

In N1MM Logger, some special functions are associated with particular keycodes.
- F5+F2 (Ins) ... VK_OEM_1 (186, 0xBA), in US kb ; :
- F3/TU ... VK_OEM_7 (222, 0xDE), in US kb ' "
- Resend ... VK_OEM_PLUS (187, 0xBB), in US = +
- SO2R Stereo ... VK_OEM_3 (192, 0xCO), in US ~ `
- SO2R RX focus ... VK_OEM_5 (220, 0xDC), in \ |

For the first two, you can change keycodes in Configurer/Function keys tab, while the other three you can't. They seem to be hardcoded. That's the trouble with non-US keyboards.

Among the five I listed, Resend is always associated with + key in any country/regions so your Resend key is most likely to be the + * key just next to the big Enter key in German keyboard. Please test it.

The other four depend on contry/regions so I can't tell where they are actually located in your case.
You can find it out by typing each key in the keycode box of Function keys tab. You may be surprised how strange places they are located.

If you change to US keymap with non-US keyaboard like German or Japanese, those keycodes are again replaced to elsewhere. Some keys couldn't even be located since US and non-US keyboards are not physically the same so can't be fully simulated.

My preference after those research is to simply use US keymap over Japanese keyboard. Then the keys are located in better, more handy places.

Please remember that simply connecting USB external US keyboard won't change anything. You have to change keymap in Language options for it to work as US keyboard.

Hope this helps.

73 rin JG1VGX


On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 4:00 AM, Oliver Dröse droese@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...> wrote:


Emil,

you have to use the ^ key (upper left side, below ESC key) on a German keyboard. Works like a charme ... but I have to admit I only found that out by co-insidence myself as it is not documented anywhere (or at least I haven't seen it).

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


Am 17.12.2015 um 08:29 schrieb dl8jj@... [N1MMLoggerplus]:
 

Hello guys,

 

i have Flex-6700 and use SO2R with N1MM Plus and german keyboard.

 

When I want to switch to STEREO Mode  (two slices will be ON simultaneously all the time) with Tilde Key it’s not working. They are not opportunity’s to do this on other keyboard than US. I should switch in windows to the US keyboard and that klick the same key (tilde) like on US keyboard.

Additional “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” not make any different when using N1MM in SO2R and Flexradio.

I would suggest for stereo mode another (international) key on keyboard to use instead of tilde key, or couple the “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” in SO2R as Stereo switch.

 

Can you give me please short feedback or Tipp about this?

Thanks in advance

Emil,

de DL8JJ






RTTY transmits on F1 to F10 but then hangs in transmit

jwt107j@...
 

I have N1MMPlus working thru a DB9 com port to a Soundblaster with FSK control, which transmits well on WL and N1MMPlus, and stops transmitting when I hit (esc) early in the message, but when I hit F1 - F10, the transmitter (Yaesu FT5K) hangs in transmit around one second before going to receive.  Hitting (esc) during this extended transmit does not put transceiver back into receive.  Soundblaster tx/rx switch set to auto.

What am I doing wrong?

MMTTY setup  misc set to FSK plus audio, TX at the correct com port, no com port set in N1MMPlus config window.

This is something obvious I am missing.

73,
John K3MD



Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Bostjan Voncina
 

Thx for this info! Consider this resolved from my side!
Gl

Dne 17. dec. 2015 20:26 je "Tom Tom@... [N1MMLoggerplus]" <N1MMLoggerplus@...> napisal/-a:

 

It does not filter spotters. It filters *clusters*.

Tom

On 12/17/2015 1:19 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 
Thank you all for the answers:

So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?


2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...>:
 

If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use the base
prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status bar and
append the appropriate number.

Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.

It is much better to filter at the cluster.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
> gbyahoo@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:
>
> Bostjan,
>
>
> I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
> would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
> filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>
> >> Gerald, VE1DT
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>, wrote :
>
> Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>
> I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
> explicitly.
>
> Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly, but that
> is not what i want to do :)
>
> Best of luck
>
> Bostjan S55O
>
>
>
>
> 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
> vytenis.sciucka@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:
>
> Hi
>
> This is valid question and you will get answer from
> developers side, but most effective and recommended
> filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
> from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
> I have bookmarked these:
> http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>
> Vytenis
> ly5t
>
>
>




Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Tom - N1MM
 

It does not filter spotters. It filters *clusters*.

Tom

On 12/17/2015 1:19 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@... [N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
 
Thank you all for the answers:

So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?


2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...>:
 

If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use the base
prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status bar and
append the appropriate number.

Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.

It is much better to filter at the cluster.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
> gbyahoo@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:
>
> Bostjan,
>
>
> I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
> would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
> filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>
> >> Gerald, VE1DT
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>, wrote :
>
> Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>
> I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
> explicitly.
>
> Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly, but that
> is not what i want to do :)
>
> Best of luck
>
> Bostjan S55O
>
>
>
>
> 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
> vytenis.sciucka@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:
>
> Hi
>
> This is valid question and you will get answer from
> developers side, but most effective and recommended
> filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
> from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
> I have bookmarked these:
> http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>
> Vytenis
> ly5t
>
>
>




Re: SO2R & Flexradio on german keyboard Stereomode

Olli
 

Emil,

you have to use the ^ key (upper left side, below ESC key) on a German keyboard. Works like a charme ... but I have to admit I only found that out by co-insidence myself as it is not documented anywhere (or at least I haven't seen it).

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


Am 17.12.2015 um 08:29 schrieb dl8jj@... [N1MMLoggerplus]:

 

Hello guys,

 

i have Flex-6700 and use SO2R with N1MM Plus and german keyboard.

 

When I want to switch to STEREO Mode  (two slices will be ON simultaneously all the time) with Tilde Key it’s not working. They are not opportunity’s to do this on other keyboard than US. I should switch in windows to the US keyboard and that klick the same key (tilde) like on US keyboard.

Additional “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” not make any different when using N1MM in SO2R and Flexradio.

I would suggest for stereo mode another (international) key on keyboard to use instead of tilde key, or couple the “Config  - Sub receiver always ON” in SO2R as Stereo switch.

 

Can you give me please short feedback or Tipp about this?

Thanks in advance

Emil,

de DL8JJ



Re: Filter spots by PREFIX - telnet window / filters

Bostjan Voncina
 

Thank you all for the answers:

So the right string for lets say get all the S5 hams spot would be like:

S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59

no commas, no dots nothing... right ?


2015-12-17 18:20 GMT+01:00 N1MM Tom@... [N1MMLoggerplus] <N1MMLoggerplus@...>:

 

If you want only spots from DJ3AK, use a filter of DL3. Use the base
prefix for that country, as shown in the Entry window status bar and
append the appropriate number.

Enter the prefixes you want as a space delimited list.

It is much better to filter at the cluster.

73,
Tom - N1MM

On 12/17/2015 12:08 PM, Bostjan Voncina - S55O bostjan.voncina@...
[N1MMLoggerplus] wrote:
>
> Gerard that is exactly what i want!
>
> Dne 17. dec. 2015 18:03 je "gbyahoo@...
> gbyahoo@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]"
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>> napisal/-a:
>
> Bostjan,
>
>
> I do not think that the local filtering is going to do what you
> would like. From what I can tell, the filter by prefix is for
> filtering the spot source, not the DX call.
>
> >> Gerald, VE1DT
>
>
> ---In N1MMLoggerplus@...
> <mailto:N1MMLoggerplus@...>, wrote :
>
> Vytenis and Dough thank you!
>
> I checked and there is nothing in the documentation about this
> explicitly.
>
> Know the thing about the filter on the cluster directly, but that
> is not what i want to do :)
>
> Best of luck
>
> Bostjan S55O
>
>
>
>
> 2015-12-17 14:37 GMT+01:00 vytenis.sciucka@...
> vytenis.sciucka@...> [N1MMLoggerplus]
> <N1MMLoggerplus@...
> N1MMLoggerplus@...>>:
>
> Hi
>
> This is valid question and you will get answer from
> developers side, but most effective and recommended
> filtering is on the server side. Commands differs slightly
> from server to server, but can easily be found on the net.
> I have bookmarked these:
> http://bcdxc.org/ve7cc/ccc/CCC_Commands.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6%5CUserManual%5CArcDx.htm
>
> http://64.128.19.154/ArcDocsVer6/UserManual/ArcDx_CT1BOH.htm
>
> Vytenis
> ly5t
>
>
>