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Re: SSB signal detection and QSY via keyboard

Tom Wagner (N1MM)
 

On 5/10/2019 2:02 PM, Joe WB9SBD wrote:
What does get activated to make this work?


SSB signal detection and QSY via keyboard

https://youtu.be/mXhcnF-nlvc

Joe WB9SBD

Re: Volta contse query

Jim N7US
 

I changed my Run F2 to Exch,{TX}{ENTER}{SENTRST} # # 4 4 ! {RX}

 

My S&P F2 is Exch,{TX}{ENTER} TU {SENTRST} # # 4 4 {RX}

 

My S&P F7 is NR NR,{TX}{ENTER}# # {RX}

 

 

Jim N7US

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Phil Cooper via Groups.Io
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2019 16:06
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Volta contse query

 

Hi all,

 

Lousy conditions (here) for the VOLTA RTTY Contest, and I am being asked for repeats of the serial number.

The only thing I can seem to send is {EXCH} which includes the CQ Zone.

Is there a way to ONLY send the serial number?

 

73 de Phil GU0SUP

Re: Volta contse query

NS2N_PTA@...
 

Program another function key , ex. ...  F10 NUM, # .  The #  sends the number of present qso.  Right click on function key screen, and the editing window will open ... scroll down and do both the Run and the S&P portions.

Paul NS2N



From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> on behalf of Phil Cooper via Groups.Io <pcooper@...>
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2019 5:06:28 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Volta contse query
 

Hi all,

 

Lousy conditions (here) for the VOLTA RTTY Contest, and I am being asked for repeats of the serial number.

The only thing I can seem to send is {EXCH} which includes the CQ Zone.

Is there a way to ONLY send the serial number?

 

73 de Phil GU0SUP

Volta contse query

Phil Cooper
 

Hi all,

 

Lousy conditions (here) for the VOLTA RTTY Contest, and I am being asked for repeats of the serial number.

The only thing I can seem to send is {EXCH} which includes the CQ Zone.

Is there a way to ONLY send the serial number?

 

73 de Phil GU0SUP

Re: AR QSO log 2 cnty

VE9AA - Mike
 

Do you mean a mobile or portable setup on a county line (so he straddles the line and sends his report like ARKA/ASHL or do you mean 2 different QSO's separated by a period of time? (ie: 1 hour later, once he's driven to the new county, but when you type his call in, it shows as a dupe (grey)

I don't have the logger open at the moment, but most (all?) QSO parties allow for the forward slash to be used and the logger will automagically make 2 QSO's for you.  IE: K5ABC sends you ABC/DEF and it'll put 2 separate QSO's in the log for you.

HTH

AR QSO log 2 cnty

Mark
 

How does one log the same station in two counties?


1.  two entries  same call just different counties. 

2   one entry  ?



Download latest N1MM Logger manual (Internet) fails

Victor Paul
 

Under Tools... select "Download latest N1MM Logger manual (Internet)" takes you to
http://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/Download/Documentation%20Downloads%20(pdf)/N1MMplus.pdf

which yields a page stating Error 404 page not found.  

I was able to track down and download the latest .pdf manual dated April 16,2019 by poking around on the new website.   N1MM+ version is latest as of today (V1.0.7667.0).

I came across this while putting together a presentation on "Introduction to N1MM+" that I am to do at HamCom in Plano, TX next month.  Wish me luck :-).

Victor
WB0TEV

Re: IC-9700 switching VFO's & main/subband?

Drew Vonada-Smith K3PA
 

Wow - contesters need an advocate at Icom.  They repeeat the same command structure mistakes again and again.

73,

Drew K3PA

COM port conflict

Boyet Lorenzo
 

I recently acquired a Yaesu FTDX-1200. I have used it on WSJT-X with no issues as far as CAT control using COM 11 is concerned. Been working FT8 without a hitch.

However, when I run N1MM Logger+ (WSJT-X is off) I always get the following error:



It's the same com port that works flawlessly in WSJT-X. Any clues as to what is happening?

Thanks in advance 
Boyet 4F3BZ


Ic7100 USB connection

Yoeri M
 

Hi all

Trying to get the n1mm to control the ic7100 and do data modes over USB.

When using hrd5 control over icom is ok.

When using n1mm there seems to be none..
It does follow the frequencies for some minutes (but not that accurate) and than gives error (radio not responding)

USB power switch off in Windows is off so not the problem
Alsof not using n1mm and hrd5 at the same time 😉

Hope someone has some tips

73

Yoeri
On3nad

Re: IC-9700 switching VFO's & main/subband?

John Bednar
 

 

Frank,

 

The Entry window Band Buttons are programmable. Select the Bands you want and click on it. You can also change the band with the keyboard keystroke or the radio button.

 

The firmware in the IC-9700 doesn’t allow per VFO (Main/Sub) polling. Instead, they provided commands for Selected/Unselected VFO but no way to determine the selected VFO. This isn’t very friendly for contest programs and not a very good SO2V radio.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Frank de Wilde
Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2019 10:48 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] IC-9700 switching VFO's & main/subband?

 

Hello all,

I just collected my brand new ICOM IC-9700 this week and planned to use it next week in our national VHF+ Dutch NLContest (Worked All Netherlands), is it possible to switch easy within N1MM+ via the keyboard/mouse between the VFO's and also between the Main/SubBand of the IC-9700? Also is it easy to switch between all 3 bands (2M / 70CM / 23CM) with N1MM+ ???

I 'am going to use my IC-9700 (like my previous IC-821h) in SO2R configuration together with my IC-7300 on at least 4M / 6M + 2M / 70CM (and maybe 23CM in the future) so jumping 4 or 5 bands by mouse-clicks and/or keyboard will be the easiest way ;)

73 de Frank PH2M

Re: "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"?

Les Elliott
 

Select an earlier version from the list on the update page, Denis
 
Les, G4OGB
 

From: F5vjc
Sent: Saturday, May 11, 2019 6:36 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"?
 
Hi, I too have tried "Permanently Delete this Window" and renaming both the source name, in my case inWin4K3 and the Spectrum name in N1MM but this does not change the problem. Someone suggested reverting to an older version of N1MM+, is this possible?
 
73, Denis F5VJC
 
 
 
 
 
On Fri, 10 May 2019 at 22:54, Rick Tavan <rtavan@...> wrote:
Thanks, Rich. Don't know about Denis, but yes, I've tried the "permanently delete this window" function without success. Since my posting, I've discovered one reliable way to stimulate the Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor window title - change the source name either at the radio side or the control side so that they no longer match. This happens involuntarily when the radio side loses track of the name it has been relaying on for reasons unknown. But repairing it doesn't fix the problem in one of my two control side computers. Port forwarding also has to match, but again, repairing it doesn't fix the problem. After most of my attempts, I try closing and restarting the SD window, permanently deleting and restarting the window, terminating and restarting MM on each side, and rebooting the OS on each side. Some sequence of such attempts has helped with one control side computer but not with the other.
 
Any more suggestions?
 
CU in Dayton?
 
/Rick N6XI
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA
 
 
On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 3:31 AM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
Have you tried deleting the existing spectrum window (there is a menu item for this near the bottom of the right-click menu), and then starting over again with a new spectrum window?

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 12:55 AM, F5vjc wrote:
Hi Rick, I think we may have similar problems, although my setup is not as complex as yours and does not involve remote working.
I use WinK3, CW Skimmer and N1MM+. This has worked flawlessly for some time now. However, after the last update to N1MM I started to have a problem with the N1MM Spectrum window. I usually use UDP in Win4K3 to feed the N1MM Spectrum and now I cannot get this to work and have the same symptoms as you describe, ie having named the UDP feed it always comes up in N1MM as 'Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor' if I change this manually it does not stick. Also N1MM will become unresponsive and crash when I select UDP broadcast in Win4K3, but all works fine without UDP selected.
I posted earlier in the week on this topic hoping someone else may have seen this problem, then I saw your post.
 
If you do have any thoughts or can help with this please let me know.
 
Thanks, 73
 
Denis F5VJC
 
On Thu, 9 May 2019 at 20:29, Rick Tavan <rtavan@...> wrote:
Update: I got the original control side logging computer working again. Looking closely at the server side MM instance, I discovered that the Relay name had disappeared! It's usually persistent but this time appears to have gone away. I re-specified it and achieved SD Window rendezvous on the original computer. The new computer still displays "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the title bar of the SD window.  I've confirmed that, with the Firewall enabled, there is a rule to allow MM to work. I've tried turning off the Win 10 Defender Firewall entirely to no avail. I don't see any other firewalls in operation.
 
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI
 
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA
 
On Thu, May 9, 2019 at 10:04 AM Rick Tavan via Groups.Io <rtavan=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I've been running Spectrum Display remotely for some months now with good success. Yesterday, I tried to introduce a new logging computer on the control side and couldn't get it working - the SD window title bar said "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor". Yes, I changed the control site port forwarding to forward 13064 to the LAN address of the new computer but that didn't help. So I tried to revert to the original logging computer. Now, its(the original computer's) SD window displays the same title ("Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"), even after reverting the port forward to the original computer's LAN address. Yes, I've re-specified Spectrum Source in the SD window right-click menu. I've tried restarting the SD Window, the entire MM program, and rebooting the control site operating system, all to no avail. I'm using Ubiquiti UniFi router, switches, and "cloud key" on both sides. It has a very good UI and seems straight-forward with respect to port forwarding. It lets me define both port forwards with check-boxes to Enable or Disable whichever one I'm not using. But something's not working. Questions:
 
What does "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the SD Window title bar imply after Spectrum Source has been specified correctly as the relay name in use on the radio side?
 
Any other suggestions as to what I might have screwed up?
 
Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI
 
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA

 

 

 

 

Re: "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"?

F5vjc
 

Hi, I too have tried "Permanently Delete this Window" and renaming both the source name, in my case inWin4K3 and the Spectrum name in N1MM but this does not change the problem. Someone suggested reverting to an older version of N1MM+, is this possible?

73, Denis F5VJC





On Fri, 10 May 2019 at 22:54, Rick Tavan <rtavan@...> wrote:
Thanks, Rich. Don't know about Denis, but yes, I've tried the "permanently delete this window" function without success. Since my posting, I've discovered one reliable way to stimulate the Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor window title - change the source name either at the radio side or the control side so that they no longer match. This happens involuntarily when the radio side loses track of the name it has been relaying on for reasons unknown. But repairing it doesn't fix the problem in one of my two control side computers. Port forwarding also has to match, but again, repairing it doesn't fix the problem. After most of my attempts, I try closing and restarting the SD window, permanently deleting and restarting the window, terminating and restarting MM on each side, and rebooting the OS on each side. Some sequence of such attempts has helped with one control side computer but not with the other.

Any more suggestions?

CU in Dayton?

/Rick N6XI
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 3:31 AM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
Have you tried deleting the existing spectrum window (there is a menu item for this near the bottom of the right-click menu), and then starting over again with a new spectrum window?

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 12:55 AM, F5vjc wrote:
Hi Rick, I think we may have similar problems, although my setup is not as complex as yours and does not involve remote working.
I use WinK3, CW Skimmer and N1MM+. This has worked flawlessly for some time now. However, after the last update to N1MM I started to have a problem with the N1MM Spectrum window. I usually use UDP in Win4K3 to feed the N1MM Spectrum and now I cannot get this to work and have the same symptoms as you describe, ie having named the UDP feed it always comes up in N1MM as 'Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor' if I change this manually it does not stick. Also N1MM will become unresponsive and crash when I select UDP broadcast in Win4K3, but all works fine without UDP selected.
I posted earlier in the week on this topic hoping someone else may have seen this problem, then I saw your post.
 
If you do have any thoughts or can help with this please let me know.
 
Thanks, 73
 
Denis F5VJC

On Thu, 9 May 2019 at 20:29, Rick Tavan <rtavan@...> wrote:
Update: I got the original control side logging computer working again. Looking closely at the server side MM instance, I discovered that the Relay name had disappeared! It's usually persistent but this time appears to have gone away. I re-specified it and achieved SD Window rendezvous on the original computer. The new computer still displays "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the title bar of the SD window.  I've confirmed that, with the Firewall enabled, there is a rule to allow MM to work. I've tried turning off the Win 10 Defender Firewall entirely to no avail. I don't see any other firewalls in operation.
 
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI

--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA

On Thu, May 9, 2019 at 10:04 AM Rick Tavan via Groups.Io <rtavan=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I've been running Spectrum Display remotely for some months now with good success. Yesterday, I tried to introduce a new logging computer on the control side and couldn't get it working - the SD window title bar said "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor". Yes, I changed the control site port forwarding to forward 13064 to the LAN address of the new computer but that didn't help. So I tried to revert to the original logging computer. Now, its(the original computer's) SD window displays the same title ("Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"), even after reverting the port forward to the original computer's LAN address. Yes, I've re-specified Spectrum Source in the SD window right-click menu. I've tried restarting the SD Window, the entire MM program, and rebooting the control site operating system, all to no avail. I'm using Ubiquiti UniFi router, switches, and "cloud key" on both sides. It has a very good UI and seems straight-forward with respect to port forwarding. It lets me define both port forwards with check-boxes to Enable or Disable whichever one I'm not using. But something's not working. Questions:
 
What does "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the SD Window title bar imply after Spectrum Source has been specified correctly as the relay name in use on the radio side?
 
Any other suggestions as to what I might have screwed up?
 
Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI

--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA

 

 

 

 

N1MM Spectrum Display and SDRUNO for RTTY

David Greig
 

OK guys,
I have done my homework, read everything I could find on line and on this group, but I am still missing something.... Must be CRS setting in.

The Spectrum displays for N1MM work perfectly I see signals that are strong but I can not hear them.

I currently use it with my TS450SAT. When I set SDRUNO as a free standing software I select the VB-Audio Virtual cable and the sound playback device and for MMTTY and everything works great for decoding. 

When I try to select the same virtual audio cable for MMTTY inside of N1MM I don't have any reception?

Can someone point me in the right direction to correct this issue?  I am sure it has to do something with Head, space and timing.....

  

Thank You!
Dave Greig N3BUO
Phone: (817) 913-0042

Re: "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"?

Rick Tavan
 

Thanks, Rich. Don't know about Denis, but yes, I've tried the "permanently delete this window" function without success. Since my posting, I've discovered one reliable way to stimulate the Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor window title - change the source name either at the radio side or the control side so that they no longer match. This happens involuntarily when the radio side loses track of the name it has been relaying on for reasons unknown. But repairing it doesn't fix the problem in one of my two control side computers. Port forwarding also has to match, but again, repairing it doesn't fix the problem. After most of my attempts, I try closing and restarting the SD window, permanently deleting and restarting the window, terminating and restarting MM on each side, and rebooting the OS on each side. Some sequence of such attempts has helped with one control side computer but not with the other.

Any more suggestions?

CU in Dayton?

/Rick N6XI
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 3:31 AM ve3ki <ve3iay@...> wrote:
Have you tried deleting the existing spectrum window (there is a menu item for this near the bottom of the right-click menu), and then starting over again with a new spectrum window?

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 12:55 AM, F5vjc wrote:
Hi Rick, I think we may have similar problems, although my setup is not as complex as yours and does not involve remote working.
I use WinK3, CW Skimmer and N1MM+. This has worked flawlessly for some time now. However, after the last update to N1MM I started to have a problem with the N1MM Spectrum window. I usually use UDP in Win4K3 to feed the N1MM Spectrum and now I cannot get this to work and have the same symptoms as you describe, ie having named the UDP feed it always comes up in N1MM as 'Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor' if I change this manually it does not stick. Also N1MM will become unresponsive and crash when I select UDP broadcast in Win4K3, but all works fine without UDP selected.
I posted earlier in the week on this topic hoping someone else may have seen this problem, then I saw your post.
 
If you do have any thoughts or can help with this please let me know.
 
Thanks, 73
 
Denis F5VJC

On Thu, 9 May 2019 at 20:29, Rick Tavan <rtavan@...> wrote:
Update: I got the original control side logging computer working again. Looking closely at the server side MM instance, I discovered that the Relay name had disappeared! It's usually persistent but this time appears to have gone away. I re-specified it and achieved SD Window rendezvous on the original computer. The new computer still displays "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the title bar of the SD window.  I've confirmed that, with the Firewall enabled, there is a rule to allow MM to work. I've tried turning off the Win 10 Defender Firewall entirely to no avail. I don't see any other firewalls in operation.
 
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI

--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA

On Thu, May 9, 2019 at 10:04 AM Rick Tavan via Groups.Io <rtavan=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I've been running Spectrum Display remotely for some months now with good success. Yesterday, I tried to introduce a new logging computer on the control side and couldn't get it working - the SD window title bar said "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor". Yes, I changed the control site port forwarding to forward 13064 to the LAN address of the new computer but that didn't help. So I tried to revert to the original logging computer. Now, its(the original computer's) SD window displays the same title ("Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor"), even after reverting the port forward to the original computer's LAN address. Yes, I've re-specified Spectrum Source in the SD window right-click menu. I've tried restarting the SD Window, the entire MM program, and rebooting the control site operating system, all to no avail. I'm using Ubiquiti UniFi router, switches, and "cloud key" on both sides. It has a very good UI and seems straight-forward with respect to port forwarding. It lets me define both port forwards with check-boxes to Enable or Disable whichever one I'm not using. But something's not working. Questions:
 
What does "Unnamed Scope Spectrum Monitor" in the SD Window title bar imply after Spectrum Source has been specified correctly as the relay name in use on the radio side?
 
Any other suggestions as to what I might have screwed up?
 
Thanks,
 
/Rick N6XI

--

Rick Tavan
Truckee, CA

 

 

 

 

Re: non contest log - Going from Houston to Dayton HF mobile

Tim Shoppa
 

I would suggest you open a new DX log for each state you operate in.

Then at the end, each DX log gets exported as a separate ADIF and each ADIF is uploaded to LOTW signed with the appropriate state.

Do not suggest QSO party because that has a required exchange and you are not operating as part of a QSO party.

Tim N3QE

On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 2:05 PM Mark <Mark@...> wrote:
I will be operating HF mobile CW from Houston, TX to Dayton.  

We will be on APRS as NM5G-?   

what would I use to log the call, state and being a rover -

this would suggest QSO PARTY being an rover for that state QSO ?   
AND change states ?

setting the status as ROVER  ?

Mark


Re: 50 MHz sprint

Dana Shtun
 

just use arrl june vhf


On May 10, 2019, at 13:32, Jeff WB9DAR <jeff5544@...> wrote:

Hi All
can anyone please tell me what the 50 MHz vhf sprint is listed as in N1MM set up. I don’t know what to look for in the setup for May 11.
 Thanks much
73 Jeff WB9DAR

non contest log - Going from Houston to Dayton HF mobile

Mark
 

I will be operating HF mobile CW from Houston, TX to Dayton.  

We will be on APRS as NM5G-?   

what would I use to log the call, state and being a rover -

this would suggest QSO PARTY being an rover for that state QSO ?   
AND change states ?

setting the status as ROVER  ?

Mark


SSB signal detection and QSY via keyboard

Joe WB9SBD
 

What does get activated to make this work?

SSB signal detection and QSY via keyboard

https://youtu.be/mXhcnF-nlvc

Joe WB9SBD

50 MHz sprint

Jeff WB9DAR
 

Hi All
can anyone please tell me what the 50 MHz vhf sprint is listed as in N1MM set up. I don’t know what to look for in the setup for May 11.
 Thanks much
73 Jeff WB9DAR