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Re: fldigi not starting

w7psk
 

John what did you find, Ive been trying to read the documents and settings and no matter what I do
It comes up MMVARI and not FLDIGI

Scotty W7PSK

Question: CQ worldwide Work all bands but enter single band?

Gerry S
 

I want to enter the CQWW cw contest as single op single band.

I'd like to give out some points on other bands also.

How do I submit a log for 40 only even though I will have QSOs on other bands?

Tks  de

Gerry

cw keyer

BRIAN CHAPNICK
 

Im all new to this. Have N1MM set up. Im using a kx3.  Logging is working and  the programme keys the radio but no cw is sent.  What am I missing?

Brian VE3GMZ

Re: Send msg to operator

John Bednar
 


Ctrl + E

Networking mode must be enabled.

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of giwagner@...
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2018 1:53 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Send msg to operator

 

Please remind me what kbd command to use to send a msg to my other op.  I have done it in the past, but now drawing a blank, and can’t find it in the docu!

 

73, George, K5KG

 

------------------------

George I. Wagner

Sarasota, Florida

 

 

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Re: How to set up the spectrum on my laptop to work with my ICOM-7300

ve3ki
 

Have you consulted the on-line manual at <http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Spectrum+Display+Window&structure=N1MM+Logger+Documentation#Icom_IC-7300_IC-7850_51_IC-7610> ?

That assumes you already have rig control via the USB cable working. If you haven't got that far yet, see <http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Supported+Radios&structure=N1MM+Logger+Documentation#IC-7300_using_address_94_hex> and/or download the instructions at <http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=685> (the file called IcomUSBCodecInstructions.pdf in the Additional Support Files gallery).

73,
Rich VE3KI



On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 02:50 PM, Russell Doren wrote:
I I am brand new to the N1MM+software and can’t get the spectrum to work on my HP laptop PC running windows 10 with my ICOM-7300.

I would appreciate basic instructions on whatever I need to do to set up the N1MM software menus correctly, baud rates, drivers, proper menu setup on the 7300, or whatever else I need to do for using the spectrum on my PC.

73,

Russ Doren, KN4RD

How to set up the spectrum on my laptop to work with my ICOM-7300

rdoren2@...
 

I I am brand new to the N1MM+software and can’t get the spectrum to work on my HP laptop PC running windows 10 with my ICOM-7300.

I would appreciate basic instructions on whatever I need to do to set up the N1MM software menus correctly, baud rates, drivers, proper menu setup on the 7300, or whatever else I need to do for using the spectrum on my PC.

73,

Russ Doren, KN4RD

Re: Send msg to operator

Fred - NA2U
 

Here, Geo:

5.1. Messaging


Frequently, in a multi-op situation, there is a need to communicate to other operators without shouting acrss the room. For this purpose, there is a Talk function, which can be used either one-to-one or one-to-many. It can be invoked in several ways:

  • Ctrl+E
  • The Talk button on the Actions tab of the Network Status window
    • either of these options assumes you want to send a message to all stations, so it enters an "*" to denote that your message will go to all stations.
  • Right-clicking on a line in the Stations tab of the Network Status window.
    • Doing this will open the Talk window and enter the computer name of the station you clicked on.


In either case, you need to be sure and type a space before you begin your message, to keep the program from misunderstanding your message as part of the computer name.

You'll note that the Talk window stays open until closed by clicking on the "X" at upper right. However, if you right-click in the window, it brings up a menu with a single self-explanatoryoption, "Enter moves focus to Entry window".


73 from the desert,


Fred/NA2U

On Nov 23, 2018, at 11:52 AM, GIWagner@... <giwagner@...> wrote:

Please remind me what kbd command to use to send a msg to my other op.  I have done it in the past, but now drawing a blank, and can’t find it in the docu!

 

73, George, K5KG

 

------------------------

George I. Wagner

Sarasota, Florida

 


Virus-free. www.avg.com


Send msg to operator

GIWagner@k5kg.com
 

Please remind me what kbd command to use to send a msg to my other op.  I have done it in the past, but now drawing a blank, and can’t find it in the docu!

 

73, George, K5KG

 

------------------------

George I. Wagner

Sarasota, Florida

 


Virus-free. www.avg.com

Re: Pass message ?

Steve Bookout, NR4M
 

John,

I think I had set these up years ago and never really used them. It may have been during the rein of the 'old' N1MM, so maybe the syntax is now different (or I'm just losing it...)

73 de Steve, NR4M

On 11/23/2018 9:29 AM, Steve Bookout wrote:
Thanks, John,

I will take that all in a give it a try.

FYI, here are the messages I was using on 20.

F9 Pass 15, ! PSE QRV {PASS 21000} {PASSMSG 21000}{LOG}TU {MYCALL}
F10 Pass 40, ! PSE QRV {PASS 7000} {PASSMSG 7000}{LOG}TU {MYCALL}

I'm sure it just a 'head space' issue.

Good luck to you guys (WE3C) this weekend.  Hope nothing breaks and condx are good.

73 de Steve, NR4M


On 11/23/2018 8:47 AM, John Bednar wrote:
Steve,

The Pass Macros  {PASS*  documentation indicates that the pass is to the first computer found. I expect that this is the behavior you are observing.

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Macros&structure=N1MM+Logger+Documentation#Multi-User_Macros


If you want to try the pass method that I use:
Program these two function key messages. You can use other F-keys if you want.
     F8 QSY?,{LOG}r >>>qsy?
     F11 Pass,>>>QSY {LastPassedFreq}

As you are running stations, look at the color of the Band Buttons.
When you want to pass a station, press F8 to log the contact and sent the QSY? request to the station.
If the station responds Yes to the pass request, first right click on the Band button that you want to pass the station to then press F11. The order is important. The software will first try to pass to the Run station. If not found, the station on the band with a Pass Frequency set. This technique also rounds the frequency.

The Entry window right click menu allows you to disable the left click on the Band Button to prevent the operator from QSYing.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2018 7:25 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

GM, John,

I did check the 'network' window and it does show the correct pass
freq.� The 'mult' station also showed a pass frequency.� As I had been
getting things setup, I had been calling CQ (testing function keys), but
I had also made sure, after the first time it happened, that the 'mult'
station was NOT in the 'run' condition.

It is showing in the info window and, I believe (from memory) the 'talk'
window.

Do I need to actually remove the pass frequency for the 's and p'
station, as it is listed in the 'network' window?� When I get up and
moving, I'll go next door and send you the syntax I used in the actual
message.� There may be an issue there, although these were setup in the
past and worked fine.� One caveat; when I had used them in the past, we
didn't have stand-alone mult/s&p stations.� There was only one station
per band, so finding the right 'target' for a 'pass', was not an issue.

73 de Steve, NR4M


On 11/22/2018 11:16 PM, John Bednar wrote:

Steve,

The Network display window shows the Pass Frequency. Make sure the Run station had a pass frequency. If you call CQ on the Run station it will set the Run frequency.

Right clicking on the band button of the band that you want to send the station to will send a message to the Run station and place the spot in that Bandmap. It also populates a macro with the pass frequency that can be used to send your pass CW message. Look in the Info window after you right click on the Band Button.  The left click on the Band Button can be disabled.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2018 6:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M.  On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually.  It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message.  I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M











TS-890 owners?

John Bednar
 

 

I sent a message to K3WU.

If there other TS-890 radio owners that are able to test the radio addition, please contact me via direct email.

 

John, K3CT

 

 

Re: Pass message ?

Steve Bookout, NR4M
 

Thanks, John,

I will take that all in a give it a try.

FYI, here are the messages I was using on 20.

F9 Pass 15, ! PSE QRV {PASS 21000} {PASSMSG 21000}{LOG}TU {MYCALL}
F10 Pass 40, ! PSE QRV {PASS 7000} {PASSMSG 7000}{LOG}TU {MYCALL}

I'm sure it just a 'head space' issue.

Good luck to you guys (WE3C) this weekend.  Hope nothing breaks and condx are good.

73 de Steve, NR4M

On 11/23/2018 8:47 AM, John Bednar wrote:
Steve,

The Pass Macros {PASS* documentation indicates that the pass is to the first computer found. I expect that this is the behavior you are observing.

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Macros&structure=N1MM+Logger+Documentation#Multi-User_Macros


If you want to try the pass method that I use:
Program these two function key messages. You can use other F-keys if you want.
F8 QSY?,{LOG}r >>>qsy?
F11 Pass,>>>QSY {LastPassedFreq}

As you are running stations, look at the color of the Band Buttons.
When you want to pass a station, press F8 to log the contact and sent the QSY? request to the station.
If the station responds Yes to the pass request, first right click on the Band button that you want to pass the station to then press F11. The order is important. The software will first try to pass to the Run station. If not found, the station on the band with a Pass Frequency set. This technique also rounds the frequency.

The Entry window right click menu allows you to disable the left click on the Band Button to prevent the operator from QSYing.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2018 7:25 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

GM, John,

I did check the 'network' window and it does show the correct pass
freq.� The 'mult' station also showed a pass frequency.� As I had been
getting things setup, I had been calling CQ (testing function keys), but
I had also made sure, after the first time it happened, that the 'mult'
station was NOT in the 'run' condition.

It is showing in the info window and, I believe (from memory) the 'talk'
window.

Do I need to actually remove the pass frequency for the 's and p'
station, as it is listed in the 'network' window?� When I get up and
moving, I'll go next door and send you the syntax I used in the actual
message.� There may be an issue there, although these were setup in the
past and worked fine.� One caveat; when I had used them in the past, we
didn't have stand-alone mult/s&p stations.� There was only one station
per band, so finding the right 'target' for a 'pass', was not an issue.

73 de Steve, NR4M


On 11/22/2018 11:16 PM, John Bednar wrote:

Steve,

The Network display window shows the Pass Frequency. Make sure the Run station had a pass frequency. If you call CQ on the Run station it will set the Run frequency.

Right clicking on the band button of the band that you want to send the station to will send a message to the Run station and place the spot in that Bandmap. It also populates a macro with the pass frequency that can be used to send your pass CW message. Look in the Info window after you right click on the Band Button. The left click on the Band Button can be disabled.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2018 6:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M. On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually. It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message. I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M









Re: Pass message ?

John Bednar
 

Steve,

The Pass Macros {PASS* documentation indicates that the pass is to the first computer found. I expect that this is the behavior you are observing.

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=Macros&structure=N1MM+Logger+Documentation#Multi-User_Macros


If you want to try the pass method that I use:
Program these two function key messages. You can use other F-keys if you want.
F8 QSY?,{LOG}r >>>qsy?
F11 Pass,>>>QSY {LastPassedFreq}

As you are running stations, look at the color of the Band Buttons.
When you want to pass a station, press F8 to log the contact and sent the QSY? request to the station.
If the station responds Yes to the pass request, first right click on the Band button that you want to pass the station to then press F11. The order is important. The software will first try to pass to the Run station. If not found, the station on the band with a Pass Frequency set. This technique also rounds the frequency.

The Entry window right click menu allows you to disable the left click on the Band Button to prevent the operator from QSYing.

John, K3CT

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2018 7:25 AM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

GM, John,

I did check the 'network' window and it does show the correct pass
freq.� The 'mult' station also showed a pass frequency.� As I had been
getting things setup, I had been calling CQ (testing function keys), but
I had also made sure, after the first time it happened, that the 'mult'
station was NOT in the 'run' condition.

It is showing in the info window and, I believe (from memory) the 'talk'
window.

Do I need to actually remove the pass frequency for the 's and p'
station, as it is listed in the 'network' window?� When I get up and
moving, I'll go next door and send you the syntax I used in the actual
message.� There may be an issue there, although these were setup in the
past and worked fine.� One caveat; when I had used them in the past, we
didn't have stand-alone mult/s&p stations.� There was only one station
per band, so finding the right 'target' for a 'pass', was not an issue.

73 de Steve, NR4M


On 11/22/2018 11:16 PM, John Bednar wrote:

Steve,

The Network display window shows the Pass Frequency. Make sure the Run station had a pass frequency. If you call CQ on the Run station it will set the Run frequency.

Right clicking on the band button of the band that you want to send the station to will send a message to the Run station and place the spot in that Bandmap. It also populates a macro with the pass frequency that can be used to send your pass CW message. Look in the Info window after you right click on the Band Button. The left click on the Band Button can be disabled.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2018 6:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M. On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually. It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message. I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M






Re: Pass message ?

Steve Bookout, NR4M
 

GM, John,

I did check the 'network' window and it does show the correct pass freq.  The 'mult' station also showed a pass frequency.  As I had been getting things setup, I had been calling CQ (testing function keys), but I had also made sure, after the first time it happened, that the 'mult' station was NOT in the 'run' condition.

It is showing in the info window and, I believe (from memory) the 'talk' window.

Do I need to actually remove the pass frequency for the 's and p' station, as it is listed in the 'network' window?  When I get up and moving, I'll go next door and send you the syntax I used in the actual message.  There may be an issue there, although these were setup in the past and worked fine.  One caveat; when I had used them in the past, we didn't have stand-alone mult/s&p stations.  There was only one station per band, so finding the right 'target' for a 'pass', was not an issue.

73 de Steve, NR4M

On 11/22/2018 11:16 PM, John Bednar wrote:

Steve,

The Network display window shows the Pass Frequency. Make sure the Run station had a pass frequency. If you call CQ on the Run station it will set the Run frequency.

Right clicking on the band button of the band that you want to send the station to will send a message to the Run station and place the spot in that Bandmap. It also populates a macro with the pass frequency that can be used to send your pass CW message. Look in the Info window after you right click on the Band Button. The left click on the Band Button can be disabled.

John, K3CT


-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2018 6:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M. On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually. It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message. I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M





Re: Spacebar moves the field.

Dani EA5M
 

Hi Steve,
I have not seen any private mail from you,
Please, send it to ea5fv@...
Thank you.

73 de Dani EA5FV & EF5F

Re: Pass message ?

John Bednar
 

Steve,

The Network display window shows the Pass Frequency. Make sure the Run station had a pass frequency. If you call CQ on the Run station it will set the Run frequency.

Right clicking on the band button of the band that you want to send the station to will send a message to the Run station and place the spot in that Bandmap. It also populates a macro with the pass frequency that can be used to send your pass CW message. Look in the Info window after you right click on the Band Button. The left click on the Band Button can be disabled.

John, K3CT

-----Original Message-----
From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Bookout
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2018 6:51 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Pass message ?

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M. On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually. It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message. I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M

Re: Spacebar moves the field.

Steve London
 

Dani,

Did you see the private email I sent you ?

73, 
Steve, N2IC


On Thursday, November 22, 2018, Dani Perez <dani.ea5fv@...> wrote:
Hello Tom,
I feel that you do not understand what I mean.
Thank you very much for your attention.
We listen to each other on the CQ WW CW.

73 de Dani EA5FV & EF5F

Pass message ?

Steve Bookout, NR4M
 

Hello all,

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

I've been getting ready for this weekends big CW contest and have run into an issue.

I have 9 separate stations, as NR4M is a M/M.  On 20 meters, for example, in my 'run' messages, I have a second 'tu' message that I send manually.  It is a TU and then a 'pse qsy to xxxx.xx' message.  I would have one set up for 40 (QSY 40) and another for 15 (QSY 15), so I can easily send callers up, or down, one band.

My problem is that the message sends the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter mult station, not the 'pass' frequency of the 15 meter run station.

Suggestions?

73 de Steve, NR4M

Re: Spacebar moves the field.

Dani EA5M
 

Hello Tom,
I feel that you do not understand what I mean.
Thank you very much for your attention.
We listen to each other on the CQ WW CW.

73 de Dani EA5FV & EF5F

Re: Spacebar moves the field.

Tom Wagner (N1MM)
 

Do you have "ESM sends your call once, then ready to copy S&P exchange." checked or not?

Tom

On 11/22/2018 11:44 AM, Dani Perez wrote:
Hi Tom, thanks for answering.
Yes, I always use ESM, as you indicate.
But I miss stopping the auto-refill function.
For example, with a macro at the end of F2 {spacebar}, which leaves the cursor in the CALL field after pressing ENTER with ESM activated and only advances when the space bar is pressed, then auto-filling occurs.
In other programs that previously used to N1MM + this function is called "ESCHANGE GUESSING" with the option of automatic or pressing the spacebar.
Thanks for listening.

73 de Dani EA5FV & EF5F

Re: WAE RTTY SQTC issue

Jim Ciurczak
 

Same issue here....reports of a strong signal but garbled QTC's.