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Re: WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

ve3ki
 

"why do the instructions discuss running with WSJT-X in control?" Because prior to this spring, that was how the programs had to be used together. That text in the FAQ section of the page was a holdover from previous versions of the program before Rick rewrote the code in N1MM+ that interacts with WSJT-X. That older method is no longer supported, and the text describing it has now been removed from the manual.

73,
Rich VE3KI

Re: WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

B. Smith
 

Your efforts are commendable.

73, Bill N3XL

Re: WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

Rick Ellison
 

Bill..

Those directions are from when there was no direct support for WSJT in N1MM. I have spent many numerous hours of programming to be able to support SO1R and SO2R direct support of WSJT from within the Logger. If everything is configured within N1MM and WSJT and the directions followed N1MM controls the radio for WSJT directly from within N1MM and there is no reason to use splitters and other means. N1MM now talks directly to WSJT via messages and has everything encapsulated within the Logger. Rich VE3KI has done very easy to follow directions on the website which I have posted the link to in the forum tonight. I use N1MM and WSJT with my 7300 every day and have made a couple of hundred qso’s as  I have been testing things.. I would suggest going and reading the directions Rich has done and you will find the changes have made things very simple to make qso’s and log directly in the logger. I don’t see this as a tip as the amount of time I have spent working on this to tell someone how to do it completely different from what I have programmed.

 

73 Rick n2AMG

 

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Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

 

Rick,
Please just consider my message as a tip for folks when and if DXLabs suite Commander doesn't work for them, as was the case for me. I see no problems with RX and TX when letting WSJT-X control things. If I'm completely wrong, why do the instructions discuss running with WSJT-X in control? To quote your instructions,  " If you do not have some kind of port splitting program to allow two programs to control the radio simultaneously, then plan on disabling rig control from N1MM+ and allowing WSJT-X to “drive” the radio settings whenever it is active."
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Re: WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

B. Smith
 

Rick,
Please just consider my message as a tip for folks when and if DXLabs suite Commander doesn't work for them, as was the case for me. I see no problems with RX and TX when letting WSJT-X control things. If I'm completely wrong, why do the instructions discuss running with WSJT-X in control? To quote your instructions,  " If you do not have some kind of port splitting program to allow two programs to control the radio simultaneously, then plan on disabling rig control from N1MM+ and allowing WSJT-X to “drive” the radio settings whenever it is active."
Bill

Re: WSJT-X

Rick Ellison
 

Hi Don..

I have not been able to duplicate this and with my 7300 I can change the dial and WSJT-X follows. But some users have also emailed me saying that this causes WSJT-X to lose the TCP connection. I find it easier to add in frequencies into wsjt and click on one of them either way I personally have not lost the tcp connection but I have told users that have had this problem to leave N1MM and the radio alone and just use WSJT-X for changing frequencies.

 

73 Rick

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Don Hill AA5AU
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:29 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Thanks Rick. I've included this information in my tutorial.

 

https://www.rttycontesting.com/tutorials/n1mm/operating-ww-digi-with-n1mm/

 

I also want to make sure I have something else correct from an earlier post from you. Is it correct that frequency changes should be made via WSJT-X - forEW1 and not N1MM+?

 

For those who are not familiar with adding frequencies to the frequency list in WSJT-X, here's a page I wrote last year for the FT8 Roundup that may be of some help.

 

https://www.rttycontesting.com/ft8-roundup/preparation/frequencies/

 

Don AA5AU

 

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Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 8:17 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

For the 7300 to work correctly the PSK dropdown on the Mode tab needs to be set to AFSK-R. This will place the radio in USB-D.

 

Actually for most radios that have a digital mode the PSK drop down should be set to AFSK or AFSK-R depending on your radio. There is a chart at the link below that shows modes for some of the popular radio and what mode the Logger will set the radio to when using the PSK or PSK-R setting.

 

https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/manual-supported/supported-radios/#digital-mode-mapping

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Don Hill AA5AU
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:03 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Stu, N7ZZ, who posted the original problem let me know that he figured out the issue.

 

When running WSJT-X the radio was set to USB-D. When using WSJT-X - forEW1, it was set to USB. For this setup with the '7300, the radio needs to be in USB-D. He has since determined that using "No Change" in the mode control tab of the Configurer works.

 

I will amend my tutorial to note the fix. Here's Stu's explanation:

 

"I finally found it, now my transmit side works exactly like the "everyday" WSJT-X

 

It was subtle but once spotted, kind of obvious.

 

When my IC-7300 is controlled by WSJT-X alone the mode is USB-D and all is well.  Sadly the N1MM+ "Config" menu on the "Mode Control" sub-menu offers USB under the "Mode sent to radio" but does not offer to send USB-D which is what the IC-7300 needs for normal digital operation.

 

When I close N1MM+ and return to WSJT-X the IC-7300 is still in USB after being changed by N1MM+ but when I enable transmit or hit <TUNE> the WSJT-X software tells the IC-7300 to change mode to USB-D and everything works properly.

 

Now I understand and can manually change the IC-7300 to USB-D which allows N1MM+ and the WSJT-X - ForEW1 instance to play together nicely.

 

There may be other rigs that need their mode set to something other than USB and there are plenty of IC-7300 users, some may be as confused as I was."

 

73, Don AA5AU

 

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Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:06 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)

 

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Re: WSJT-X

Don Hill AA5AU
 

Thanks Rick. I've included this information in my tutorial.

 

https://www.rttycontesting.com/tutorials/n1mm/operating-ww-digi-with-n1mm/

 

I also want to make sure I have something else correct from an earlier post from you. Is it correct that frequency changes should be made via WSJT-X - forEW1 and not N1MM+?

 

For those who are not familiar with adding frequencies to the frequency list in WSJT-X, here's a page I wrote last year for the FT8 Roundup that may be of some help.

 

https://www.rttycontesting.com/ft8-roundup/preparation/frequencies/

 

Don AA5AU

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Rick Ellison
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 8:17 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

For the 7300 to work correctly the PSK dropdown on the Mode tab needs to be set to AFSK-R. This will place the radio in USB-D.

 

Actually for most radios that have a digital mode the PSK drop down should be set to AFSK or AFSK-R depending on your radio. There is a chart at the link below that shows modes for some of the popular radio and what mode the Logger will set the radio to when using the PSK or PSK-R setting.

 

https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/manual-supported/supported-radios/#digital-mode-mapping

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Don Hill AA5AU
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:03 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Stu, N7ZZ, who posted the original problem let me know that he figured out the issue.

 

When running WSJT-X the radio was set to USB-D. When using WSJT-X - forEW1, it was set to USB. For this setup with the '7300, the radio needs to be in USB-D. He has since determined that using "No Change" in the mode control tab of the Configurer works.

 

I will amend my tutorial to note the fix. Here's Stu's explanation:

 

"I finally found it, now my transmit side works exactly like the "everyday" WSJT-X

 

It was subtle but once spotted, kind of obvious.

 

When my IC-7300 is controlled by WSJT-X alone the mode is USB-D and all is well.  Sadly the N1MM+ "Config" menu on the "Mode Control" sub-menu offers USB under the "Mode sent to radio" but does not offer to send USB-D which is what the IC-7300 needs for normal digital operation.

 

When I close N1MM+ and return to WSJT-X the IC-7300 is still in USB after being changed by N1MM+ but when I enable transmit or hit <TUNE> the WSJT-X software tells the IC-7300 to change mode to USB-D and everything works properly.

 

Now I understand and can manually change the IC-7300 to USB-D which allows N1MM+ and the WSJT-X - ForEW1 instance to play together nicely.

 

There may be other rigs that need their mode set to something other than USB and there are plenty of IC-7300 users, some may be as confused as I was."

 

73, Don AA5AU

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Vinod Es
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:06 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)

 

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Re: WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

Rick Ellison
 

Bill

This is completely wrong….

For N1MM to interact with WSJT in WSJT you must select DXLabs Suite Commander. N1MM has a built in TCP connection that emulates the DXLabs suite Commander. Do not set your radio port to “None” N1MM receives via messages over the TCP connection when to go to PTT and When to go back to RX.

For PTT (with the 7300. I use one daily.) on the Hardware tab you need to click on the radio setting and select PTT via radio command for SSB and for Digital.

 

There are detailed setup instruction at this link below.

https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/manual-windows/wsjt-x-decode-list-window/#within-wsjt-x

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

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Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:15 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MM+] WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

 

There is a DigiDX contest coming up in a couple of weeks and I decided to get my IC-7300 set up using N1MM+ for logging along with WSJT-X. I followed the instructions at https://www.rttycontesting.com/ww-digi/ for the integration and ran into some problems getting IC-7300 interface to work. If you have done the same thing, or are just getting started on it, here's some quick tips.

1. Make sure that you have set your N1MM+ comm port to "None".
2. Do not try to use "DX Lab Suite Commander" for the WSJT-X Rig. Leave the Radio tab, and all WSJT-X settings, the way they are.
3. Use the SD Card settings that you normally use for WSJT-X.

My compliments to Don AA5AU's instructions, but beware!

Hope this helps. 73, Bill N3XL


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Re: WSJT-X

Rick Ellison
 

For the 7300 to work correctly the PSK dropdown on the Mode tab needs to be set to AFSK-R. This will place the radio in USB-D.

 

Actually for most radios that have a digital mode the PSK drop down should be set to AFSK or AFSK-R depending on your radio. There is a chart at the link below that shows modes for some of the popular radio and what mode the Logger will set the radio to when using the PSK or PSK-R setting.

 

https://n1mmwp.hamdocs.com/manual-supported/supported-radios/#digital-mode-mapping

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Don Hill AA5AU
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:03 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Stu, N7ZZ, who posted the original problem let me know that he figured out the issue.

 

When running WSJT-X the radio was set to USB-D. When using WSJT-X - forEW1, it was set to USB. For this setup with the '7300, the radio needs to be in USB-D. He has since determined that using "No Change" in the mode control tab of the Configurer works.

 

I will amend my tutorial to note the fix. Here's Stu's explanation:

 

"I finally found it, now my transmit side works exactly like the "everyday" WSJT-X

 

It was subtle but once spotted, kind of obvious.

 

When my IC-7300 is controlled by WSJT-X alone the mode is USB-D and all is well.  Sadly the N1MM+ "Config" menu on the "Mode Control" sub-menu offers USB under the "Mode sent to radio" but does not offer to send USB-D which is what the IC-7300 needs for normal digital operation.

 

When I close N1MM+ and return to WSJT-X the IC-7300 is still in USB after being changed by N1MM+ but when I enable transmit or hit <TUNE> the WSJT-X software tells the IC-7300 to change mode to USB-D and everything works properly.

 

Now I understand and can manually change the IC-7300 to USB-D which allows N1MM+ and the WSJT-X - ForEW1 instance to play together nicely.

 

There may be other rigs that need their mode set to something other than USB and there are plenty of IC-7300 users, some may be as confused as I was."

 

73, Don AA5AU

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Vinod Es
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:06 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)


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WSJT-X on N1MM+ #IC7300

B. Smith
 

There is a DigiDX contest coming up in a couple of weeks and I decided to get my IC-7300 set up using N1MM+ for logging along with WSJT-X. I followed the instructions at https://www.rttycontesting.com/ww-digi/ for the integration and ran into some problems getting IC-7300 interface to work. If you have done the same thing, or are just getting started on it, here's some quick tips.

1. Make sure that you have set your N1MM+ comm port to "None".
2. Do not try to use "DX Lab Suite Commander" for the WSJT-X Rig. Leave the Radio tab, and all WSJT-X settings, the way they are.
3. Use the SD Card settings that you normally use for WSJT-X.

My compliments to Don AA5AU's instructions, but beware!

Hope this helps. 73, Bill N3XL

Re: WSJT-X

Don Hill AA5AU
 

Stu, N7ZZ, who posted the original problem let me know that he figured out the issue.

 

When running WSJT-X the radio was set to USB-D. When using WSJT-X - forEW1, it was set to USB. For this setup with the '7300, the radio needs to be in USB-D. He has since determined that using "No Change" in the mode control tab of the Configurer works.

 

I will amend my tutorial to note the fix. Here's Stu's explanation:

 

"I finally found it, now my transmit side works exactly like the "everyday" WSJT-X

 

It was subtle but once spotted, kind of obvious.

 

When my IC-7300 is controlled by WSJT-X alone the mode is USB-D and all is well.  Sadly the N1MM+ "Config" menu on the "Mode Control" sub-menu offers USB under the "Mode sent to radio" but does not offer to send USB-D which is what the IC-7300 needs for normal digital operation.

 

When I close N1MM+ and return to WSJT-X the IC-7300 is still in USB after being changed by N1MM+ but when I enable transmit or hit <TUNE> the WSJT-X software tells the IC-7300 to change mode to USB-D and everything works properly.

 

Now I understand and can manually change the IC-7300 to USB-D which allows N1MM+ and the WSJT-X - ForEW1 instance to play together nicely.

 

There may be other rigs that need their mode set to something other than USB and there are plenty of IC-7300 users, some may be as confused as I was."

 

73, Don AA5AU

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Vinod Es
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:06 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X

 

Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)

Re: WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

Rick Ellison
 

Mikel..

I’m using the same setup as you are and I do not have the issues you are having. Take a look at this pdf file . I have pasted the link below. I have followed these directions and the only changes I had to make besides those was I had to check PTT via Hardware for SSB and Digital in the port setup for the radio. Ptt works correctly and so does Split. Make sure in WSJT is set to use Data/Pkt on the radio tab. The radio should be in USB-D to function correctly.

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mikel EA2CW
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 8:39 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

 

Solved, I've included the new frequencies at WSJT-X and no more CAT problems. I use only WSJT-X to change freqs. Nor rig neither N1MM but: 

I must set the Split value to none, if Rig or Fake it are selected the CAT is lost again in a couple of transmissions.

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Re: WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

Mikel EA2CW
 

Solved, I've included the new frequencies at WSJT-X and no more CAT problems. I use only WSJT-X to change freqs. Nor rig neither N1MM but: 

I must set the Split value to none, if Rig or Fake it are selected the CAT is lost again in a couple of transmissions.

Thanks!

Re: WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

Mikel EA2CW
 

No, I didn't... I shall try that way, thank you!

Re: WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

ERIC OLSON
 

Mikel
Did you insert frequencies of 14.082 14.084 14.086 etc for FT4 into the list of WSJTX?

Eric N7EPD


From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io> on behalf of Mikel EA2CW <ea2cw@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 2:15:00 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Subject: [N1MM+] WSJT-X FT4 Freq change
 

[Edited Message Follows]

I've using WSJT-X and N1MM without failure, but when testing for the incoming WW DIGI, I found that changing the frequency on the rig causes WSJT to stop transmiting. The CAT also is lost, and you must restart both programs
In the rules of the next contest changing the frequency up on 2 KHz steps is recommended, but I found it impossible to do. The only trace is that after changing 2 up (on the rig) after trying to send CQ, the rig changes to TX for a very short moment, and the Green indicator on the right of the frequency of the WSJT-X changes to orange. After this, CAT is lost and TX inhibited.
If the same WSJT-X version is run alone, it works flawlessly.
The frequencies for each mode are set as default

Condx info:
WSJT-X V2.1.0 24fcd1 (Mode FT4)
N1MM+ ver 1.0.7907.0
Radio IC-7300 (configured via DX Lab Suite Commander, 115Kb CAT speed)
Windows 10 x64

73, Mikel

Re: WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

Rick Ellison
 

Mikel..

I have not seen this but I will double check things when I get home later today. I usually do not touch N1MM for any frequency corrections I let WSJT handle all the radio workings. I have created different frequency entries in WSJT that will let me select up one or two Khz from where I am currently. For example I created frequency entries for 14.075 and 14.076 and also for 2 below also..

 

73 Rick

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mikel EA2CW
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 5:15 PM
To: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
Subject: [N1MM+] WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

 

[Edited Message Follows]

I've using WSJT-X and N1MM without failure, but when testing for the incoming WW DIGI, I found that changing the frequency on the rig causes WSJT to stop transmiting. The CAT also is lost, and you must restart both programs
In the rules of the next contest changing the frequency up on 2 KHz steps is recommended, but I found it impossible to do. The only trace is that after changing 2 up (on the rig) after trying to send CQ, the rig changes to TX for a very short moment, and the Green indicator on the right of the frequency of the WSJT-X changes to orange. After this, CAT is lost and TX inhibited.
If the same WSJT-X version is run alone, it works flawlessly.
The frequencies for each mode are set as default

Condx info:
WSJT-X V2.1.0 24fcd1 (Mode FT4)
N1MM+ ver 1.0.7907.0
Radio IC-7300 (configured via DX Lab Suite Commander, 115Kb CAT speed)
Windows 10 x64

73, Mikel


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Re: EG1LWB/LH

Skip
 

Here on the US, we can add any number of self-assigned "indicators" before and/or after our call sign so long as:

1.  The indicator(s) do not duplicate the FCC-assigned ones [KT, AG, AA, and AE], and;

2.  They do not duplicate an ITU-assigned prefix and;

3.  They are separated from the call sign and each other with a "/"

Thus, 100W/K6DGW/ELECRAFTK3/DIPOLE is compliant with the rules although really dumb.  So is K6DGW/QRP although it sounds like whining to me ... "I've only got 5 watts, you should answer me."  Some in common usage are not:

--K6DGW/R "I'm a repeater": all the R's belong to Russia
--K6DGW/M "I'm mobile": all the M's belong to the UK [likewise /MM]
--K6DGW/AM "I'm flying in an airplane": AM belongs to Spain
--K6DGW/PM "I'm walking and talking": PM belongs to Indonesia

--K6DGW/P is a little ambiguous.  The "P's" are split among many countries and no amateur call
  signs begin P#... so it's probably compliant.

So, we are required to use the "/".  For us, K6DGW/LH is non-compliant, LA-LN belong to Norway.  To the best of my knowledge, no one has ever gone to jail for violating the above 3 rules however.  Rules may differ in other places on the planet.

73,
Fred ["Skip"] K6DGW
Sparks NV DM09dn
Washoe County

On 8/20/2019 6:54 AM, DL0PAF wrote:
Hi Shelby,

is it an idea to use * or - or something else as separator instead of /?

My 2ct-question.

73
Alfred - DJ0GM


ShelbyK4WW schrieb am 19.08.2019 um 20:51:
I agree, however that is what they were sending, and I sat through several contacts just to make sure I was printing correctly.
 I will pose the question to the contest manager

On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 2:49 PM VE9AA - Mike <ve9aa@...> wrote:
Shelby
In its entirety, it does not appear to be a real properly assigned callsign.
Just like when you work QRP guys and they send VE9ABC/QRP or you work a mobile in a QSO party and you hear K5KG/DAY.....the suffix is self-assigned.

I looked on QRZ and it would appear it EG1LWB was a Lighthouse operation.  Delete the /LH

Just my opinion.

73


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WSJT-X FT4 Freq change

Mikel EA2CW
 
Edited

I've been using WSJT-X and N1MM without failure, but when testing for the incoming WW DIGI, I found that changing the frequency on the rig causes WSJT to stop transmiting. The CAT also is lost, and you must restart both programs
In the rules of the next contest changing the frequency up on 2 KHz steps is recommended, but I found it impossible to do. The only trace is that after changing 2 up (on the rig) after trying to send CQ, the rig changes to TX for a very short moment, and the Green indicator on the right of the frequency of the WSJT-X changes to orange. After this, CAT is lost and TX inhibited.
If the same WSJT-X version is run alone, it works flawlessly.
The frequencies for each mode are set as default

Condx info:
WSJT-X V2.1.0 24fcd1 (Mode FT4)
N1MM+ ver 1.0.7907.0
Radio IC-7300 (configured via DX Lab Suite Commander, 115Kb CAT speed)
Windows 10 x64

73, Mikel

Re: WSJT-X

ve3ki
 

Which sound card are you using in WSJT-X? The USB Audio Codec in the IC-7300, or an external sound card? There are menu settings in the IC-7300 that need to be set so that the radio's audio input in USB-D mode is set to the correct audio source.

There are also audio level settings both in the radio and in Windows - and in Windows, there is not only a master volume level setting for whichever audio device you are using, there are also application-specific level settings which only appear when the application program (WSJT-X) has opened the sound card device, e.g. by pressing the Tune button in WSJT-X.

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 03:15 PM, Vinod Es wrote:
Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)

Re: WSJT-X

Vinod Es
 

Hi,

Experiencing the same weak/no transmit power issue when the WSJTX/JTDX runs in the N1MM context. Here I am using an ICOM 7300 as the ring and the power level in the rig is set to 50W. In WSJTX the rig is selected as DX Lab Suite Commander. PTT and CAT tests are successful. When the Tune button is pressed in WSJTX , Radio turns to Tx mode and power output is nearly 0 watt. Same repeats with the Tx too. 

Software and Hardware Details
WSJTX 2.1.0
N1MM V1.0.7907
Windows 7 64Bit
ICOM 7300

Repeating the same question , what is wrong in the Audio settings ? . I have copied the WSJT-X ini file contents to WSJT-X - ForEW1.ini file and updated the rig from Icom 7300 to DX Lab Suite Commander

Appreciate any help in fixing this issue.

73's Vinod (VU3ESV)

Re: New vesrion

VE2FK
 

No problem I got it
Thanks
73
 
 

Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 9:56 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MM+] New vesrion
 
Ok. It is fixed.

I uploaded a full installer to the update folder.  Then I tested with an
old version that downloaded 1.0.7900.  The full installer was at the
bottom of the list, so I did not see it. Sorry Claude.

The new version is in the right spot now.

Tom

On 8/20/2019 9:49 AM, Goetz DJ3IW wrote:
> NO automatic download here - Windows 7 Home 64. (ISP ???)
>
>   73 de Goetz DJ3IW
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>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] Im Auftrag
>> von Tom Wagner (N1MM)
>> Gesendet: Dienstag, 20. August 2019 13:34
>> An: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io
>> Betreff: Re: [N1MM+] New vesrion
>>
>> No, there is NOT a new full installer.
>>
>> New update downloads automatically here on Win 10.
>>
>> Please reply with your OS and ISP.
>>
>> Just download the new update file and install.
>>
>> Tom - N1MM
>>
>> On 8/20/2019 9:27 AM, VE2FK wrote:
>>> New version can not be auto downloaded but I also see there
>>> is a new Full Install file. Shoud we load it?
>>> 73 de Claude VE2FK
>>>
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