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Re: Merging separate databases into one

Larry K8UT
 

Neil,

The Internet Never Forgets... including old old links.


-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Neil G" <ngoodl1@...>
Sent: 2020-04-27 15:50:42
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] Merging separate databases into one

Just an FYI...
The only reason I posted here was doing a google search netted ) results...
except fort his video...which comes up as "file not found"

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Video+-+Databases+%26+Logs#Video_Databases_Logs

73 Neil, AE1P


Re: Merging separate databases into one

Neil G
 
Edited

Just an FYI...
The only reason I posted here was doing a google search netted 0 results...
except fort his video...which comes up as "file not found"

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Video+-+Databases+%26+Logs#Video_Databases_Logs

73 Neil, AE1P


N1MM SCORING LOW POWER AND QRP INCORRECTLY IN FLORIDA QP?

k7sv
 

FQP rules state: "FINAL SCORE: QSO Points X Multipliers X Power Multiplier

It appears N1MM scored me as QSO Points X 2 (low power mult) X multipliers (FL counties)

In other words it's doubling QSO points and them multiplying that times the multipliers (FL counties)

The score produced by N1MM was 93,808 while the score using the FQP fules resulted in 97,088.







Re: USB to LPT adapters

Pete Smith
 

Flex appears to sell a cable that will be compatible with the KK1L switching scheme.  It's in the document Win referenced.

73, Pete N4ZR
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On 4/27/2020 10:10 AM, Win Kriegl DK9IP/KH7CD wrote:

Hi,

you can´t use that kind of USB-to-Serial adapters as "BIT cable". It is only a serial interface (RS232 adapter) and you can use it only for that (CAT cable).

See Flexradio document "SmartSDR USB Cable Interface Guide" which contains all information on CAT-, BIT- and BCD-cables for the Flexradio 6000 series USB port.
https://www.flexradio.com/downloads/usb-cable-interface-guide-pdf/

73, Win DK9IP



Am 27.04.2020 um 14:49 schrieb Emefa Banini:
Hi
I would like to interface a Flex 6600 with a 2x6 antenna switch controller using the
built-in USB port on the radio.

The antenna switch is a KK1L 2x6 controller: http://kk1l.com/kk1l_2x6switch/

The USB to RS232 Adapter w/FTDI chipset for connecting rig to antenna controller is:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07589ZF9X/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

When I plugged in the USB-to-Serial cable into the radio, it was immediately recognized.
Great!  I set up the USB cable to be a "BIT" cable, and enabled all the pins with the
trigger corresponding to the band the active slice was set to on the radio. Checking the
voltages on the RS232 end of the adapter cable, I expected to see almost all the pins be
high voltage.  Instead, only a few pins were high and the rest were ground.  Have I
misunderstood how these BIT cables should work?





Re: N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

On 2020-04-27 6:49 AM, John Bednar via groups.io wrote:

If the Microham needs data from the radio, try plugging it into the
CI-V port. If you have odd radio control behavior, disconnect the
CI-V cable to see if that is the cause.
As posted previously, the radio configuration necessary to support this
option for the IC7851/7610/7300 is documented at:
www.microHAM.com -> Support -> Transceiver Settings

Scroll down to the Icom section and look for the "IC-7300, 7610, 7851"
heading:

For simultaneous USB and CI-V (REMOTE jack) CAT control keeping both band data for microHAM products, and spectrum screen replication in logger use these settings:
USB Serial Function = CI-V
CI-V Baud Rate = 19200
CI-V Address = default CI-V address of the radio
CI-V Transceive = OFF - can be ON if logger is not confused by
automated data
CI-V USB to Remote Transceive address = default remote address of
the radio
- address must be different to CI-V Address!
CI-V Output (for ANT) = OFF !!!
CI-V USB Port = UNLINK !!!
CI-V USB Baud Rate: 115200
CI-V USB Echo Back: OFF - can be ON if logger is not confused by
automated data
73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 2020-04-27 6:49 AM, John Bednar via groups.io wrote:
Timon,
N1MM Logger+ needs to control the radio with the virtual COM port created by
the radio USB jack. The spectrum window data is enabled/disabled and sent to
the computer with the USB radio connection.
If the Microham needs data from the radio, try plugging it into the CI-V
port. If you have odd radio control behavior, disconnect the CI-V cable to
see if that is the cause.
You will likely need to wrap three or more turns of the USB cable in a
ferrite choke at the radio to keep RF out of the radio.
John, K3CT
-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf
Of Timon Kruijer
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2020 2:14 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display
Steve,
I looked a bit better.
The ic7300 has two ports for controlling stuff. I use the port with nr. 4 in
the manual for Microham.
I thought it must be possible to run the other for running the spectrum
display?
73 Timon
-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> Namens Steve London
Verzonden: zondag 26 april 2020 20:07
Aan: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Onderwerp: Re: [N1MM+] N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display
After a discussion with the rest of the N1MM+ team...
The IC7300 will not send spectrum data unless the speed is set to 115200.
Nothing that N1MM+ can do about this.
For N1MM+ CAT control of the 7300, you could connect directly from the 7300
to the computer, bypassing the Stationmaster.
If you need the connection through the Stationmaster, then you'll need to
work with Microham to see if a higher speed version of the Microham router
is available.
73,
Steve, N2IC
On 04/26/2020 02:19 AM, Timon Kruijer wrote:
Hi all,

I am running an Stationmaster Deluxe from MicroHAM. This is the
upgrade version from the stationmaster.

Both are using the usb router software.

I read that to get N1MM running I need to set it up with 115200. U
router goes up to 19200.

I can not get N1MM spectrum running  sofar.

I think there are much hams running U router from microHAM and it
should work I hope….

What am I missing or doing wrong?

73 Timon PA1T


"Too many messages" tip of the day

Tom - N1MM
 

Are you seeing too many messages about Hamachi, and you don't care about it?  Too many about the Podunk QSO party?

Groups.io has a great feature: "Mute This Topic". It appears at the end of every email. One click and you won't see that topic again!

73,
Tom - N1MM


Re: USB to LPT adapters

Win Kriegl DK9IP/KH7CD
 

Hi,

you can´t use that kind of USB-to-Serial adapters as "BIT cable". It is only a serial interface (RS232 adapter) and you can use it only for that (CAT cable).

See Flexradio document "SmartSDR USB Cable Interface Guide" which contains all information on CAT-, BIT- and BCD-cables for the Flexradio 6000 series USB port.
https://www.flexradio.com/downloads/usb-cable-interface-guide-pdf/

73, Win DK9IP



Am 27.04.2020 um 14:49 schrieb Emefa Banini:

Hi
I would like to interface a Flex 6600 with a 2x6 antenna switch controller using the
built-in USB port on the radio.

The antenna switch is a KK1L 2x6 controller: http://kk1l.com/kk1l_2x6switch/

The USB to RS232 Adapter w/FTDI chipset for connecting rig to antenna controller is:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07589ZF9X/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

When I plugged in the USB-to-Serial cable into the radio, it was immediately recognized.
Great! I set up the USB cable to be a "BIT" cable, and enabled all the pins with the
trigger corresponding to the band the active slice was set to on the radio. Checking the
voltages on the RS232 end of the adapter cable, I expected to see almost all the pins be
high voltage. Instead, only a few pins were high and the rest were ground. Have I
misunderstood how these BIT cables should work?


locked Re: N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

Vincent Sgroi
 

Just a correction to the signature, No such thing as 73's it's 73. 


Re: JS8call rig control

Rick Ellison
 

I have not done any programming to incorporate JS8call with N1MM. If it uses the same interface and messages like WSJT/JTDX does then there is a good chance it will work. If not I cannot grantee how it will work..

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Tim Fairbairn
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2020 1:50 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MM+] JS8call rig control

 

Hoping I can set JS8call to use DXLAB Suite Commander for CAT control just like we do for WSJT-X.  Then I also set my logging to go UDP from JS8call to N1MM. Are these features ready to go? I'm getting fog-brained reading all the manuals.

 

--

Tim AF6TF


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Re: USB to LPT adapters

Emefa Banini <banini@...>
 

Hi
I would like to interface a Flex 6600 with a 2x6 antenna switch controller using the built-in USB port on the radio. 

The antenna switch is a KK1L 2x6 controller: http://kk1l.com/kk1l_2x6switch/

The USB to RS232 Adapter w/FTDI chipset for connecting rig to antenna controller is: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07589ZF9X/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

When I plugged in the USB-to-Serial cable into the radio, it was immediately recognized.  Great!  I set up the USB cable to be a "BIT" cable, and enabled all the pins with the trigger corresponding to the band the active slice was set to on the radio. Checking the voltages on the RS232 end of the adapter cable, I expected to see almost all the pins be high voltage.  Instead, only a few pins were high and the rest were ground.  Have I misunderstood how these BIT cables should work?   


Re: N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

John Bednar
 

Timon,

N1MM Logger+ needs to control the radio with the virtual COM port created by
the radio USB jack. The spectrum window data is enabled/disabled and sent to
the computer with the USB radio connection.

If the Microham needs data from the radio, try plugging it into the CI-V
port. If you have odd radio control behavior, disconnect the CI-V cable to
see if that is the cause.

You will likely need to wrap three or more turns of the USB cable in a
ferrite choke at the radio to keep RF out of the radio.

John, K3CT

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf
Of Timon Kruijer
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2020 2:14 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

Steve,

I looked a bit better.
The ic7300 has two ports for controlling stuff. I use the port with nr. 4 in
the manual for Microham.
I thought it must be possible to run the other for running the spectrum
display?

73 Timon

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> Namens Steve London
Verzonden: zondag 26 april 2020 20:07
Aan: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Onderwerp: Re: [N1MM+] N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

After a discussion with the rest of the N1MM+ team...

The IC7300 will not send spectrum data unless the speed is set to 115200.
Nothing that N1MM+ can do about this.

For N1MM+ CAT control of the 7300, you could connect directly from the 7300
to the computer, bypassing the Stationmaster.

If you need the connection through the Stationmaster, then you'll need to
work with Microham to see if a higher speed version of the Microham router
is available.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 04/26/2020 02:19 AM, Timon Kruijer wrote:
Hi all,

I am running an Stationmaster Deluxe from MicroHAM. This is the
upgrade version from the stationmaster.

Both are using the usb router software.

I read that to get N1MM running I need to set it up with 115200. U
router goes up to 19200.

I can not get N1MM spectrum running  sofar.

I think there are much hams running U router from microHAM and it
should work I hope….

What am I missing or doing wrong?

73 Timon PA1T


Re: N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

Timon Kruijer
 

Steve,

I looked a bit better.
The ic7300 has two ports for controlling stuff. I use the port with nr. 4 in
the manual for Microham.
I thought it must be possible to run the other for running the spectrum
display?

73 Timon

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> Namens Steve London
Verzonden: zondag 26 april 2020 20:07
Aan: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Onderwerp: Re: [N1MM+] N1mm U router Microham ic7300 and N!MM display

After a discussion with the rest of the N1MM+ team...

The IC7300 will not send spectrum data unless the speed is set to 115200.
Nothing that N1MM+ can do about this.

For N1MM+ CAT control of the 7300, you could connect directly from the 7300
to the computer, bypassing the Stationmaster.

If you need the connection through the Stationmaster, then you'll need to
work with Microham to see if a higher speed version of the Microham router
is available.

73,
Steve, N2IC

On 04/26/2020 02:19 AM, Timon Kruijer wrote:
Hi all,

I am running an Stationmaster Deluxe from MicroHAM. This is the
upgrade version from the stationmaster.

Both are using the usb router software.

I read that to get N1MM running I need to set it up with 115200. U
router goes up to 19200.

I can not get N1MM spectrum running  sofar.

I think there are much hams running U router from microHAM and it
should work I hope….

What am I missing or doing wrong?

73 Timon PA1T


JS8call rig control

Tim Fairbairn
 

Hoping I can set JS8call to use DXLAB Suite Commander for CAT control just like we do for WSJT-X.  Then I also set my logging to go UDP from JS8call to N1MM. Are these features ready to go? I'm getting fog-brained reading all the manuals.

--
Tim AF6TF


Merging separate databases into one

Neil G
 

Folks, through a series of unfortunate incidents, 
(windoz keeps messing up my comm ports and .ini settings just before a contest)...
I now have several different N1MM+ databases containing past logs & contests. 
Is there a way to consolidate these back into a single database? 
The main reason would mostly be for callsign history...
or is there another way to keep this updated from past logs?
Thanks and 73
Neil, AE1P


locked Re: N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

Ken McVie <kenmc@...>
 

Thanks for the explanation Al, & I agree with you on the effort required not being worth it. I'm sure the N1MM team have more important things to do!!

73
Ken ZL4NR

On 27/04/2020 12:55 pm, AB2ZY wrote:

You are basically correct.  Technical BS follows.

 

What the user seems to want is the string that was in the exchange field before logging the QSO. N1MM does not store the string that was in the exchange field. Rather, it parses it out into individual elements and stores them in separate columns in the database.

 

Cabrillo export is always in the contest of a single contest. There are classes for all the various contests and these classes include methods that assemble the individual fields back into a string to meet the Cabrillo specification (this is simplified, but close enough). A contest class is always already instantiated when you Generate Cabrillo.

 

ADIF exports can span multiple contests. The export code simply creates the WHERE clause for the SQL to return the QSO records wanted and passes it off to an ADIF file printing routine. In order to get the columns required and the information in the correct order to recreate the original exchange field you’d need to instantiate an instance of every contest class you came across in the QSO rows processed AND you have the include all the “special” code in the Cabrillo routines to process contests like ARRL SS.

 

Since all the raw fields are available already and there is IMO, zero value to recreating the way you may or may not have typed the exchange (SS allows entry of the elements in almost any order) I don’t think John or I see this as worth the effort required to redesign enough code to do it right. No one wants to make a hash.

 

Al

AB2ZY

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ken McVie
Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2020 8:01 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

 

Not sure what the problem is here -- when I import an ADIF contest file from N1MM into my normal logger program Logger32, all fields are imported -- contest name, SRX, STX, RSTS, RSTR. This all happens automagically!!!

Maybe I don't understand what is being asked here!

73
Ken ZL4NR

On 26/04/2020 10:16 pm, Franco HB9oab wrote:

Hello everybody,
I confirm what Jeff K6QCB says (thanks!!)
and I also add that when I export the field STX STX_STRING to CABRILLO, that is, the RST report string is present in its entirety.

So if it is present in EXPORT CABRILLO, somewhere it must remain registered and therefore also in ADIF it should not be as complicated as described.


As you can see in the photos of some contests where the STX and STX_STRING fields are present as both "as numeric" and "as string" fields...


CQ WPX SSB CONTEST:


ARRL DX SSB CONTEST


CQ WW SSB CONTEST:


SAC SSB CONTEST:


CQ WW RTTY CONTEST:


and the same for all other cabrillo exports....

In my Home Made LogBook (Wlog2000) I link these 2x2 fields STX, SRX, STX_STRING and SRX_STRING in 4 lines only of code, both in export and in import if they are present.

Even in the N1MM+ EXPORT in CABRILLO it warns me that [THE EXPORT FILE WILL BE USED WITH FIELD xxx] in the start window...

I think it takes very little to insert this field also in the ADIF export, I don't see what problem there can be. If it does not exist, which does not seem, it would be enough to open a window to insert the FIXED export FIELD for STX and SRX or STX_STRING and SRX_STRING.


Where then a very simple command assigns the STX or STX_STRING


<<IF IsNumeric(field) then goto 'STX' else goto 'STX_STRING'>>


But don't tell me to import in CABRILLO, which is a standard for contest and not for data exchange between different software born precisely as "Amateur Data Interchange Format" and not anto as CABRILLO from Trey N5KO as say "use in the submission of contest logs".

As we well know it can be done with a simple ascii/txt editor with find&replace or with third-party applications, such as ADIF MASTER to add/mod fields, yes, but why not make it easier to export and import complete data in your general logbook appliant to ADIF formulations directly in to N1MM+?

Thanks for a consideration with best wishes to all STAYSAFE STAYHOME... ;-)

73's
Franco

 



locked Re: N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

AB2ZY
 

You are basically correct.  Technical BS follows.

 

What the user seems to want is the string that was in the exchange field before logging the QSO. N1MM does not store the string that was in the exchange field. Rather, it parses it out into individual elements and stores them in separate columns in the database.

 

Cabrillo export is always in the contest of a single contest. There are classes for all the various contests and these classes include methods that assemble the individual fields back into a string to meet the Cabrillo specification (this is simplified, but close enough). A contest class is always already instantiated when you Generate Cabrillo.

 

ADIF exports can span multiple contests. The export code simply creates the WHERE clause for the SQL to return the QSO records wanted and passes it off to an ADIF file printing routine. In order to get the columns required and the information in the correct order to recreate the original exchange field you’d need to instantiate an instance of every contest class you came across in the QSO rows processed AND you have the include all the “special” code in the Cabrillo routines to process contests like ARRL SS.

 

Since all the raw fields are available already and there is IMO, zero value to recreating the way you may or may not have typed the exchange (SS allows entry of the elements in almost any order) I don’t think John or I see this as worth the effort required to redesign enough code to do it right. No one wants to make a hash.

 

Al

AB2ZY

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ken McVie
Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2020 8:01 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

 

Not sure what the problem is here -- when I import an ADIF contest file from N1MM into my normal logger program Logger32, all fields are imported -- contest name, SRX, STX, RSTS, RSTR. This all happens automagically!!!

Maybe I don't understand what is being asked here!

73
Ken ZL4NR

On 26/04/2020 10:16 pm, Franco HB9oab wrote:

Hello everybody,
I confirm what Jeff K6QCB says (thanks!!)
and I also add that when I export the field STX STX_STRING to CABRILLO, that is, the RST report string is present in its entirety.

So if it is present in EXPORT CABRILLO, somewhere it must remain registered and therefore also in ADIF it should not be as complicated as described.


As you can see in the photos of some contests where the STX and STX_STRING fields are present as both "as numeric" and "as string" fields...


CQ WPX SSB CONTEST:


ARRL DX SSB CONTEST


CQ WW SSB CONTEST:


SAC SSB CONTEST:


CQ WW RTTY CONTEST:


and the same for all other cabrillo exports....

In my Home Made LogBook (Wlog2000) I link these 2x2 fields STX, SRX, STX_STRING and SRX_STRING in 4 lines only of code, both in export and in import if they are present.

Even in the N1MM+ EXPORT in CABRILLO it warns me that [THE EXPORT FILE WILL BE USED WITH FIELD xxx] in the start window...

I think it takes very little to insert this field also in the ADIF export, I don't see what problem there can be. If it does not exist, which does not seem, it would be enough to open a window to insert the FIXED export FIELD for STX and SRX or STX_STRING and SRX_STRING.


Where then a very simple command assigns the STX or STX_STRING


<<IF IsNumeric(field) then goto 'STX' else goto 'STX_STRING'>>


But don't tell me to import in CABRILLO, which is a standard for contest and not for data exchange between different software born precisely as "Amateur Data Interchange Format" and not anto as CABRILLO from Trey N5KO as say "use in the submission of contest logs".

As we well know it can be done with a simple ascii/txt editor with find&replace or with third-party applications, such as ADIF MASTER to add/mod fields, yes, but why not make it easier to export and import complete data in your general logbook appliant to ADIF formulations directly in to N1MM+?

Thanks for a consideration with best wishes to all STAYSAFE STAYHOME... ;-)

73's
Franco

 


locked Re: N1MM Logger+ EXPORT ADIF <STX> - <STX_STRING> MISSING #n1mm

Ken McVie <kenmc@...>
 

Not sure what the problem is here -- when I import an ADIF contest file from N1MM into my normal logger program Logger32, all fields are imported -- contest name, SRX, STX, RSTS, RSTR. This all happens automagically!!!

Maybe I don't understand what is being asked here!

73
Ken ZL4NR

On 26/04/2020 10:16 pm, Franco HB9oab wrote:
Hello everybody,
I confirm what Jeff K6QCB says (thanks!!)
and I also add that when I export the field STX STX_STRING to CABRILLO, that is, the RST report string is present in its entirety.

So if it is present in EXPORT CABRILLO, somewhere it must remain registered and therefore also in ADIF it should not be as complicated as described.

As you can see in the photos of some contests where the STX and STX_STRING fields are present as both "as numeric" and "as string" fields...

CQ WPX SSB CONTEST:


ARRL DX SSB CONTEST


CQ WW SSB CONTEST:


SAC SSB CONTEST:


CQ WW RTTY CONTEST:


and the same for all other cabrillo exports....

In my Home Made LogBook (Wlog2000) I link these 2x2 fields STX, SRX, STX_STRING and SRX_STRING in 4 lines only of code, both in export and in import if they are present.

Even in the N1MM+ EXPORT in CABRILLO it warns me that [THE EXPORT FILE WILL BE USED WITH FIELD xxx] in the start window...

I think it takes very little to insert this field also in the ADIF export, I don't see what problem there can be. If it does not exist, which does not seem, it would be enough to open a window to insert the FIXED export FIELD for STX and SRX or STX_STRING and SRX_STRING.

Where then a very simple command assigns the STX or STX_STRING

<<IF IsNumeric(field) then goto 'STX' else goto 'STX_STRING'>>

But don't tell me to import in CABRILLO, which is a standard for contest and not for data exchange between different software born precisely as "Amateur Data Interchange Format" and not anto as CABRILLO from Trey N5KO as say "use in the submission of contest logs".

As we well know it can be done with a simple ascii/txt editor with find&replace or with third-party applications, such as ADIF MASTER to add/mod fields, yes, but why not make it easier to export and import complete data in your general logbook appliant to ADIF formulations directly in to N1MM+?

Thanks for a consideration with best wishes to all STAYSAFE STAYHOME... ;-)

73's
Franco


Re: 10-10 Digital QP

Ed Felter <edfelter@...>
 

Very sorry for the mis-wording of my post. I was looking for a log within N1MM+ to use for the 10-10 Spring Digital contest.  Thanks to Bob, N7WY found the UDC 10-10 log.  I’m using MMVARI. But, no joy on 10 meters here on RTTY. 73

Ed, AI6O 


Re: QSO forwarding from N1MM+ to HRD's Logbook query

ve3ki
 

There is no setting in N1MM+ that relates to this. If HRD handles QSOs arriving from N1MM+ differently than QSOs arriving from WSJT-X, the explanation is within HRD.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 04:04 PM, John, G3UCQ wrote:
Hello.
QSOs are forwarded without problems from N1MM+ to HRD's Logbook except that -
I have automatic upload to eQSL checked in HRD Logbook but forwarded QSOs are not uploaded to eQSL automatically.
QSOs coming from WSJT-X in to  the HRD Logbook are automatically uploaded.
Am I missing something in N!MM+ or is this not possible?
It's no big deal as I can do a manual upload.  Just wondering.
Thank you.


QSO forwarding from N1MM+ to HRD's Logbook query

John, G3UCQ
 

Hello.
QSOs are forwarded without problems from N1MM+ to HRD's Logbook except that -
I have automatic upload to eQSL checked in HRD Logbook but forwarded QSOs are not uploaded to eQSL automatically.
QSOs coming from WSJT-X in to  the HRD Logbook are automatically uploaded.
Am I missing something in N!MM+ or is this not possible?
It's no big deal as I can do a manual upload.  Just wondering.
Thank you.