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Re: TU?

Skip
 

It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Bill Slabonik
 

As a technician in the Coast Guard in the late sixties we all knew that "Tango Uniform" meant broken beyond repair.


On May 11, 2018, at 12:21 AM, Skip <k6dgw@...> wrote:

It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Jan
 

TU = Tuning Unit?



Op 11.mei.2018 om 8:07 schreef Bill Slabonik:
As a technician in the Coast Guard in the late sixties we all knew that "Tango Uniform" meant broken beyond repair.


On May 11, 2018, at 12:21 AM, Skip <k6dgw@...> wrote:

It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff


-- 
____________________________________________________
my dxspider clusters running on a raspberry pi:  
pa4jj-2 83.162.186.242 port 7300
pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388

Re: TU?

Mirko �ibilja
 

70+ years ago, QRG? meant "Am I close to the band?"

73  Mirko, S57AD

2018-05-11 8:28 GMT+02:00 Jan <pa4jj@...>:

TU = Tuning Unit?



Op 11.mei.2018 om 8:07 schreef Bill Slabonik:
As a technician in the Coast Guard in the late sixties we all knew that "Tango Uniform" meant broken beyond repair.


On May 11, 2018, at 12:21 AM, Skip <k6dgw@...> wrote:

It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital. 
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff


-- 
____________________________________________________
my dxspider clusters running on a raspberry pi:
pa4jj-2 83.162.186.242 port 7300
pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388




--
Mirko S57AD

Re: Unknown Screen

Larry K8UT
 

Mike

This screenshot shows an old N1MM Classic Entry Window (not N1MM Plus). Also, your taskbar at the bottom of the screen shows a program icon for N1MM Classic.

It looks like you're starting the old program.

-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Michael Daly" <n5sj@...>
To: "N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io" <N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io>
Sent: 2018-05-10 23:25:56
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Unknown Screen

I recently updated N1MM+ and now have this screen I’ve never seen before.  Any idea what’s up?  I operate cw

73, Mike, N5SJ

 


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Re: TU?

Jim W7RY
 

Its Thank You....
 
It means that the station calling CQ received all your exchange correctly (or as you sent it).
 
It takes less time to send than QSL, or Rodger or.....
 
AND is the first thing that is send after you have completed sending your exchange to the CQ station.
 
Please see:
 
 
And look specially at the F3 run exchange buffer.
 
 
Everyone... Please set up your message buffers like this!
 
 

73
Jim W7RY


 

From: Skip
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 11:21 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital.
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Ed Stratton
 

Terminal Unit, before sound cards and computers 

Ed
W1zz




On Friday, May 11, 2018, 7:49 AM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:

Its Thank You....
 
It means that the station calling CQ received all your exchange correctly (or as you sent it).
 
It takes less time to send than QSL, or Rodger or.....
 
AND is the first thing that is send after you have completed sending your exchange to the CQ station.
 
Please see:
 
 
And look specially at the F3 run exchange buffer.
 
 
Everyone... Please set up your message buffers like this!
 
 

73
Jim W7RY


 
From: Skip
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 11:21 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital.
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Jim W7RY
 

It depends on the context what “no call Jeff” was referring to.
 
Exchanges or RTTY modem/decoder.
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:56 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
Terminal Unit, before sound cards and computers 
 
Ed
W1zz




On Friday, May 11, 2018, 7:49 AM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:

Its Thank You....
 
It means that the station calling CQ received all your exchange correctly (or as you sent it).
 
It takes less time to send than QSL, or Rodger or.....
 
AND is the first thing that is send after you have completed sending your exchange to the CQ station.
 
Please see:
 
 
And look specially at the F3 run exchange buffer.
 
 
Everyone... Please set up your message buffers like this!
 
 

73
Jim W7RY


 
From: Skip
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 11:21 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital.
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Re: TU?

Jeff WB9DAR
 

Hey All
I forgot to include my call in my signature. (My bad).  I was first licensed in 1958. Re-licensed in 1969. You can see my license class on QRZ.com. I’m just getting back into digital after a 10 year hiatus. Thus the question about TU. 
Apparently my question about the definition of TU brought about several different responses. Even today most  people I know are texting TNX for thank you on their phones. 
Be that as it may, my question was answered. Thanks to all who responded. 
73 Jeff WB9DAR


On May 11, 2018, at 7:09 AM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:

It depends on the context what “no call Jeff” was referring to.
 
Exchanges or RTTY modem/decoder.
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:56 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
Terminal Unit, before sound cards and computers 
 
Ed
W1zz




On Friday, May 11, 2018, 7:49 AM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:

Its Thank You....
 
It means that the station calling CQ received all your exchange correctly (or as you sent it).
 
It takes less time to send than QSL, or Rodger or.....
 
AND is the first thing that is send after you have completed sending your exchange to the CQ station.
 
Please see:
 
 
And look specially at the F3 run exchange buffer.
 
 
Everyone... Please set up your message buffers like this!
 
 

73
Jim W7RY


 
From: Skip
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2018 11:21 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] TU?
 
It was TKS or TNX in mid 50's Jeff.  Somewhere, I think when I was out of the country and QRT, it morphed into TU for [I guess] "Thank U."  Most of the time in contests, it is sent as "X".

73,

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

On 5/10/2018 2:12 PM, jeff L wrote:
Here’s a question for an acronym challenged ham just getting back into digital.
What does TU stand for? In my CW days thank You was “tnx” or is TU a shortened version of BTU (back to you)?
thanks & 73
Jeff

Multiple GRITTY RX instances SO2R setup

iw1ayd Salvo
 

Hi all.

Anyone with some experiences about secondary RX windows for SO2R setup.

It seems to me not that easy to have two instances running on RADIO1 & RADIO2 with N1MM+ provisions fighting with GRITTY dumb multiple instances setup.

There is no way to setup a double executable launch with GRITTY's help parameters.

   Thanks in advance.

            73 de iw1ayd Salvo

PS from iw1ayd SO2R ini-
1) some parameter doesn't seems to be able to use per window 1 or 2 values
2) GRITTY by itself should be launched win run time command line parameters but those aren't accepted by the RX setup
As a result the ini file look like this any time
~~
[DigitalRXWindows]
Dig1RXWindowMMTTYPath1=C:\n1mm\iw1ayd\00-decoders\mmtty-01-2Tone-01\2Tone.exe
Dig1RXWindowMMTTYPath2=C:\n1mm\iw1ayd\00-decoders\mmtty-01-2Tone-02\2Tone.exe
Dig1RXWindowType1=MMTTY
Dig1RXWindowType2=MMTTY
Dig1RXWindowType3=GRITTY
Dig2RXWindowMMTTYPath1=C:\n1mm\iw1ayd\00-decoders\mmtty-02-2Tone-01\2Tone.exe
Dig2RXWindowMMTTYPath2=C:\n1mm\iw1ayd\00-decoders\mmtty-02-2Tone-02\2Tone.exe
Dig2RXWindowType1=MMTTY
Dig2RXWindowType2=MMTTY
Dig2RXWindowType3=GRITTY
EnableAttachedRXWins1=True
EnableAttachedRXWins2=True
EnableAttachedRXWins3=True
GRITTYPath=C:\n1mm\iw1ayd\00-decoders\GRITTY01\GRITTY.exe
~~
Hope to engage or disengage audio conflicts using left/right channels switching. Locking it all to the same tones twins frequencies. Bad luck.
Why GRITTY? Well, the AFC is very fast and forgiving. I wasn't able to have the same on other RX windows ... :-(



Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

Bill Parris
 

 

 

Using Windows 7 with IC-7300….  in Device manager looking at Ports, etc I have the following 2 comports in use as follows:

Intel active management technology-sol (com 5)

Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (com 8)

 

In connecting to N1MM, If I assume that Com 5 is the ci-v connection and Com 8 the USB connection,  I cannot get rig control to work, however N1MM cw macros work along with MMTTY keying.  If I reverse that, rig control works, but N1MM macros such as cw sending and MMTTY sending do not work.  I have everything set up per the K0PIR tutorial and video.

 

Any advice please?

 

Bill, AA4R

 

 

Re: Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

ve3ki
 

COM5 has nothing at all to do with your radio. Google "Intel active management technology sol".

Do not configure COM5 for anything in the N1MM+ Configurer; it's all done through COM8 (or through port splitting software that splits out COM8 to a second port for MMTTY to use for FSK).

73,
Rich VE3KI


On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 12:58 pm, Bill Parris wrote:

 

 

Using Windows 7 with IC-7300….  in Device manager looking at Ports, etc I have the following 2 comports in use as follows:

Intel active management technology-sol (com 5)

Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (com 8)

 

In connecting to N1MM, If I assume that Com 5 is the ci-v connection and Com 8 the USB connection,  I cannot get rig control to work, however N1MM cw macros work along with MMTTY keying.  If I reverse that, rig control works, but N1MM macros such as cw sending and MMTTY sending do not work.  I have everything set up per the K0PIR tutorial and video.

 

Any advice please?

 

Bill, AA4R

 

 

 

New Icom Driver Released

Jim W7RY
 

Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


Re: New Icom Driver Released

Andrew OBrien
 

it says 2017

On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 7:34 PM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:
Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY



Re: New Icom Driver Released

Andrew OBrien
 

https://www.icom.co.jp/world/support/download/firm/  might be a better link 

Andy K3UK


On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 7:34 PM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:
Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY



Re: New Icom Driver Released

Jim W7RY
 

DOUGH!
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:40 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] New Icom Driver Released
 
it says 2017
 
On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 7:34 PM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:
Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Re: New Icom Driver Released

Jim W7RY
 

That’s radio software... Not USB drivers...
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:43 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] New Icom Driver Released
 
https://www.icom.co.jp/world/support/download/firm/  might be a better link 
 
Andy K3UK

 
On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 7:34 PM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:
Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Re: New Icom Driver Released

Jim W7RY
 

Its actually all of it...
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

From: Jim W7RY
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:45 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] New Icom Driver Released
 
That’s radio software... Not USB drivers...
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 6:43 PM
Subject: Re: [N1MMLoggerPlus] New Icom Driver Released
 
https://www.icom.co.jp/world/support/download/firm/  might be a better link 
 
Andy K3UK

 
On Fri, May 11, 2018 at 7:34 PM, Jim W7RY <jimw7ry@...> wrote:
Looks like a new Icom driver released yesterday.
 
 
 
 
Thanks
73
Jim W7RY


 

Re: Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

John Bednar
 

Bill,

 

The IC-7300 creates one virtual COM port. It is the Silicon Labs CP210X virtual port for the radio. You could have proved this by unplugging the USB cable when Device Manager, Com Ports was displayed.

 

Do not unplug the USB cable while N1MM Logger+ is running.

 

There is a bug in the revision 6.7.5 posted on the Silicon Labs web site. It is an incompatible with programs that use the Microsoft Serial Port class. The Icom driver or any prior version from Silicon Labs is OK. We posted the prior version driver here:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=4251

Use Device Manager to verify that you did not load revision 6.7.5 of the driver.

 

Windows will make it difficult for you to install the older driver but it can be done.

 

The radio configuration instructions are in the manual:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=N1MM+Logger+Documentation

Click Supported Radios, IC-7300

 

Note the detailed Icom radio USB & radio codec setup instructions in the text:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=685

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Parris
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 3:58 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

 

 

 

Using Windows 7 with IC-7300….  in Device manager looking at Ports, etc I have the following 2 comports in use as follows:

Intel active management technology-sol (com 5)

Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (com 8)

 

In connecting to N1MM, If I assume that Com 5 is the ci-v connection and Com 8 the USB connection,  I cannot get rig control to work, however N1MM cw macros work along with MMTTY keying.  If I reverse that, rig control works, but N1MM macros such as cw sending and MMTTY sending do not work.  I have everything set up per the K0PIR tutorial and video.

 

Any advice please?

 

Bill, AA4R

 

 

Re: Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

Jan
 

When you also use the remote cable you get 2 comports by switching on the power supply with the rig not powered. (at least I get 2)

73
Jan PA4JJ

Op 12.mei.2018 om 13:04 schreef John Bednar:

Bill,

 

The IC-7300 creates one virtual COM port. It is the Silicon Labs CP210X virtual port for the radio. You could have proved this by unplugging the USB cable when Device Manager, Com Ports was displayed.

 

Do not unplug the USB cable while N1MM Logger+ is running.

 

There is a bug in the revision 6.7.5 posted on the Silicon Labs web site. It is an incompatible with programs that use the Microsoft Serial Port class. The Icom driver or any prior version from Silicon Labs is OK. We posted the prior version driver here:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=4251

Use Device Manager to verify that you did not load revision 6.7.5 of the driver.

 

Windows will make it difficult for you to install the older driver but it can be done.

 

The radio configuration instructions are in the manual:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php?page=N1MM+Logger+Documentation

Click Supported Radios, IC-7300

 

Note the detailed Icom radio USB & radio codec setup instructions in the text:

http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=685

 

John, K3CT

 

From: N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io [mailto:N1MMLoggerPlus@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Parris
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 3:58 PM
To: N1MMLoggerplus
Subject: [N1MMLoggerPlus] Issue with IC 7300 and N1MM

 

 

 

Using Windows 7 with IC-7300….  in Device manager looking at Ports, etc I have the following 2 comports in use as follows:

Intel active management technology-sol (com 5)

Silicon Labs CP210x USB to UART Bridge (com 8)

 

In connecting to N1MM, If I assume that Com 5 is the ci-v connection and Com 8 the USB connection,  I cannot get rig control to work, however N1MM cw macros work along with MMTTY keying.  If I reverse that, rig control works, but N1MM macros such as cw sending and MMTTY sending do not work.  I have everything set up per the K0PIR tutorial and video.

 

Any advice please?

 

Bill, AA4R

 

 


-- 
____________________________________________________
my dxspider clusters running on a raspberry pi:  
pa4jj-2 83.162.186.242 port 7300
pa4jj-3 83.162.186.242 port 7388