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Re: Spectrum window with remote flex

Herbert Schoenbohm
 

I believe the spectrum window only works when N1MM Plus does the logging on the remote computer.  This is not the best approach since N1MM Plus should be running on your end connected to the Flex Maestro with the Flex 6600M doing the RF at the remote site. .  If you run telnet the calls should appear on the spectrum display on your end.  This should work.


On Tue, Oct 29, 2019 at 8:40 AM Jamie WW3S <ww3s@...> wrote:
Is the spectrum window available on the local pc when running a flex via remote?



Spectrum window with remote flex

Jamie WW3S
 

Is the spectrum window available on the local pc when running a flex via remote?

State Field missing in Exported ADIF files for AZ and PA QSO parties.

Ben
 

A couple of weeks ago I played around with N1MM in a couple of QSO parties   AZ and PA.

I want to import this data into Ham Radio Deluxe and then into LOTW  to use in pursuit of WAS as well as county hunting.

In the Exported ADIF files I do not see State as one of the fields Exported and within N1MM I do not see any way to add it within N1MM.

 Being that I was out of state for these contests and N1MM recognized that I was out of state when I set up the contest lots (New Log in Database choose State QSO party and then the proper state) etc.   I would expect an each QSO record entry in the ADIF file with   <state:2>AZ   in the exported file for the AZ QSO Party   and   <state:2>PA   for the PA QSO Party    

In the AZ contest  AZ is present in a field  <SECTION:2>AZ    
In the PA contest  There is no mention of PA......

AZ is close but why is it called Section ???

Am I missing something or do I need to plan on manually manipulating log files if I plan to use N1MM ??

73 Ben - ne5B   
Re-entering the world of contesting,  DX and Paper chasing after not being Radio Active for a few years

Re: Working DX Cluster List -- USA and Canada ** Confirmed

fastfl
 

Gary,  Kt3t here. I keep getting a connection was forced closed by system on telnet connection with Ve7cc in N1MM. Any ideas?




On Friday, October 25, 2019 Gary E. Kohtala via Groups.Io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> wrote:


Please add:

W7JD-1,   w7jd.ddns.net, PORT 9000. It is up 24/7, works, and is in Radcliff, KY.
I am sysop. Runs VE7CC's CC Cluster software.

I have full time feed from VE7CC-1 and others, plus RBN. Users can optionally turn
RBN spots off or on with a single command.
Thanks!

Best regards,

Gary, K7EK

Forget flag "Reverse I/Q"

valerio spagnolo
 
Edited

Hi, i'm using FT-5000 with Airspy HF through IF and i'm really satifistied because now it's perfecty syncronized with my CAT. (tnx VE3KI)

I found a software issue inside the spectrum settings, each time i start N1MM+ i have to flag the "Reverse I/Q" field, it's always empty (see picture)

It's necessary stays always ON, N1MM+ doesn't remember this last setting.

A request: Is it possible to add fields in spectrum and set value of IF for USB and LSB mode? 

Thank You in advance, IU3BTY Val

Re: Adding "name" in logging or call history file window

VE9AA - Mike
 

Rich, My point exactly (though I didn't explain it as well as you).  In 41 yrs as a ham I have never, ever sent my on-air name as "Michael".

Now, I don't mind the odd "GE Mike", or whatever (like every few hours), but if it's this gentlemens' intention to send every single persons name back them, I just
wanted to let them know it's poor etiquette as Hank has pointed out.

OK, this is now straying too far from N1MM+ software and I'll QRX.  Thanks for the B/W guys.

73

Re: Adding "name" in logging or call history file window

Rich Seifert
 

It’s even worse for me. Some of you may know my contest call, K6MMM. We do a lot of funny stuff with “Monkey-Monkey-Monkey”, but it’s annoying when someone sends “Hello, Monkey” (especially on CW or RTTY), because a lookup of the call gives the official name of the “club” as “Monkey Lover’s Radio Consortium”.

Although a hearty “Hooo! Hooo! Hooo!” on sideband is always appreciated.

Rich KE1B

(sent from my iPad)

On Oct 28, 2019, at 8:37 AM, VE9AA - Mike <ve9aa@...> wrote:

Please don't take this the wrong way, but if I don't "know" you,and you send my name to me in a real , major contest, you are effectively wasting my time and it will not be appreciated.

Full disclosure, in CWTS, FD, etc I will sometimes send the ops name.( not real contests)

In major contests I may send a "dit dit" to a select few folks if I am the runner. I may drop one or 2 names over 2000-3000 Qs

Sending everyones name ( if that is your intention??) is a not a very good idea.

Maybe I misunderstood....but I have copied "Hello Michael" when contacting completely unknown stns on RTTY, CW & SSB stns before and I am never impressed.

Apologies if I got this wrong somehow.


YMMV

MIKE VE9AA

Re: Adding "name" in logging or call history file window

Hank Garretson
 



On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 8:37 AM VE9AA - Mike <ve9aa@...> wrote:

Please don't take this the wrong way, but if I don't "know" you,and you send my name to me in a real , major contest, you are effectively wasting my time and it will not be appreciated.

Yes. Here is something I wrote for NCJ a bunch of years ago.

The Amateur is Friendly. What’s the best way to be friendly? It depends. My rule for contests is that completing the contact in shipshape fashion as quickly as possible is the most friendly thing I can do for the other guy and for the other guys waiting. And, it’s generally the most friendly thing you can do for me. The running station sets the tone. If the CQing station, even if he’s my best friend, sends me a standard-issue exchange, the most friendly thing is to send him a standard-issue exchange without pleasantries. If he says HI HANK, then he’s giving me the go-ahead to loosen up a (little) bit. It’s a contest—be contest friendly during the event and regular friendly afterwards.

Contest Exuberantly,

Hank, W6SX

Re: Adding "name" in logging or call history file window

VE9AA - Mike
 

Please don't take this the wrong way, but if I don't "know" you,and you send my name to me in a real , major contest, you are effectively wasting my time and it will not be appreciated.

Full disclosure, in CWTS, FD, etc I will sometimes send the ops name.( not real contests)

In major contests I may send a "dit dit" to a select few folks if I am the runner. I may drop one or 2 names over 2000-3000 Qs

Sending everyones name ( if that is your intention??) is a not a very good idea.

Maybe I misunderstood....but I have copied "Hello Michael" when contacting completely unknown stns on RTTY, CW & SSB stns before and I am never impressed.

Apologies if I got this wrong somehow.


YMMV

MIKE VE9AA

ReSync incomplete #n1mm

PA3L
 

Hello,

Intro:
I am not very active on forums etc, but have been an active user of N1MM for many years at PI4DEC.
Since I am "the IT guy" at the club, I try to understand and explain N1MM as good as possible to my fellow-members. We even have N1MM workshops.

Problem:
During the contest and after, we keep seeing "Resync incomplete" messages in the networking window after resyncing (sometimes pc's get rebooted for some user-reason)
It also keeps saying that hours have failed and the same amount of hours is fixed.
It's unclear to me if it means that it fixed the hours that failed, because the next resync it keeps saying the same thing.

I would love to know how I should interpret this behavior.
Many thanks for the nice software.

73's PA3L

Re: Not seeing spots for 160

Michael Walker
 

Rich

There might be some user trap in here.  

At some point on Sunday, I was watching the Telnet window and I noticed that all my spots where grey, except a few.

I restarted N1MM and it went back to normal and my band map had more data in it.

Mike va3mw

On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 10:44 AM Skip Er <mmaze@...> wrote:
Rich,

The band/mode tab check marks are ok. I have checked contest and also tried phone. I did not know the others did nothing.

I got to thinking I set the filter in the cluster with out clearing out any filter. could that have been the issue?
I guess I just put it right on top so to speak. I'm not sure how they work.
the frequency looks to me as ok.
thanks for your help
Skip/N1IBM 

Re: Not seeing spots for 160

Skip Er
 

Rich,

The band/mode tab check marks are ok. I have checked contest and also tried phone. I did not know the others did nothing.

I got to thinking I set the filter in the cluster with out clearing out any filter. could that have been the issue?
I guess I just put it right on top so to speak. I'm not sure how they work.
the frequency looks to me as ok.
thanks for your help
Skip/N1IBM 

Re: How long for results to show up on web page?

Larry K8UT
 

Steve,

We do not post any contest results on the N1MM Logger website. You should check with the sponsors of the contest that you ran.

-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Steve Barnett" <hp1stb@...>
Sent: 2019-10-28 08:45:34
Subject: [N1MM+] How long for results to show up on web page?

How long after log submission does it take for results to show up on the web page?  A number of my club colleagues have their results up, but mine do not show.

How long for results to show up on web page?

Steve Barnett
 

How long after log submission does it take for results to show up on the web page?  A number of my club colleagues have their results up, but mine do not show.

Re: How to correct erroneous times of QSOs in logger

Steve Barnett
 

Thanks so much.  I knew I couldn't be the only one to have this problem.

Steve

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Re: Not seeing spots for 160

ve3ki
 

"I had all the check marks set OK" - which check marks are you referring to? There is a set of check boxes for the band panel display in the Entry window (from the right-click menu), but they have no effect on the bandmap. There is a similar set of check boxes for bands and modes in the Available window, but they also have no effect on the bandmap. There is yet another set of band and mode check boxes in the Telnet window under the Bands/Modes tab, and those do affect what you see in the bandmap. There are also filters at the cluster nodes.

Note also that if you had set the mode check box to SSB under the Bands/Modes tab in the Telnet window, which spots you would see on 160m would depend on where your sub-band limits for 160m in the Bandmap window were set. If you had previously moved the CW sub band maximum frequency to, say, 1900 Hz, perhaps for a CW contest, then you probably wouldn't see any spots below 1900 Hz, as they would have been considered to be CW spots and would have been greyed out in the Telnet window.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 07:32 AM, Skip Er wrote:
This past weekend during the CQWW SSB I was not seeing any spots for 160. There was a filter being used that blocked 
all us spots and it worked fine. I was seeing spots for all other bands all weekend but never 160. they were grey in the cluster 
and never transferred to the band map. I had all the check marks set ok and tried several different nodes. all the same.
any ideas? 
many tnx 
Skip/N1IBM

Re: How to correct erroneous times of QSOs in logger

Michael Walker
 

Open N1MM

Got to the Log Window

Right Click and select 

"Change Timestamps of the entire log by a fixed amount"

(Make sure you export your log first as a backup in case you make a mistake).  


Mike va3mw

On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 7:30 AM <hp1stb@...> wrote:
This was my first contest and first time using N1MM. While the local time shown on my computer (laptop) was correct, I didn't realize that because of travel the time zone was incorrect.  Instead of being set to the correct time zone in Panama (UTC minus five hours) it was set to Pacific time (UTC minus eight hours).  As a result, all of the times of my QSOs, when translated to UTC in the Cabrillo file, are three hours later than what they should be.

Is there any way to change this?  A worst-case scenario would be to manually change each entry in the Cabrillo file, but that would involve more than 600 edits, which I would prefer to avoid.

Thanks for any ideas.

Not seeing spots for 160

Skip Er
 

This past weekend during the CQWW SSB I was not seeing any spots for 160. There was a filter being used that blocked 
all us spots and it worked fine. I was seeing spots for all other bands all weekend but never 160. they were grey in the cluster 
and never transferred to the band map. I had all the check marks set ok and tried several different nodes. all the same.
any ideas? 
many tnx 
Skip/N1IBM

How to correct erroneous times of QSOs in logger

Steve Barnett
 

This was my first contest and first time using N1MM. While the local time shown on my computer (laptop) was correct, I didn't realize that because of travel the time zone was incorrect.  Instead of being set to the correct time zone in Panama (UTC minus five hours) it was set to Pacific time (UTC minus eight hours).  As a result, all of the times of my QSOs, when translated to UTC in the Cabrillo file, are three hours later than what they should be.

Is there any way to change this?  A worst-case scenario would be to manually change each entry in the Cabrillo file, but that would involve more than 600 edits, which I would prefer to avoid.

Thanks for any ideas.

Re: Adding "name" in logging or call history file window

F6EEQ
 

YESSSSS!!!

Enabling "bearing" solved the problem!
Why, I don't know, but now it works.

Thanks to all for help.

Gerard