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Olctl V2.0 Released #Olivia #OliviaChannels

G8JCF
 
Edited

Hi

I have released olctl V 2.0 of the Olivia frequency controller for Fldigi which may be downloaded from http://www.g8jcf.uk/olctl/index.htm



The major improvement in olctl V2.0 is that there is the option to automatically download the latest "bandplan" file on startup so that as and when we can agree what the correct frequency(s) for each band and each mode on that band are, these changes can be implmented centrally, and the next time an operator starts up olctl they will have the latest bandplan. The other major change is that bandplans for other digital modes, eg BPSK31, can be implemented centrally, ie no programming rfequired, and again these changes will be downloaded aut
omatically next time olctl starts up. The helpfile from olctl V 2.0 is shown below.

Currently, as at 2020-03-15, only the Windows & Linux installers are available for download, but over the next few days I will generate the MACos installation package.

I really hope that olctl can help the Olivia community find each other more easily on the bands.

73s

Peter - GM8JCF

Version 2.0 - 2020-03-14

 

olctl is a utility which can control the frequency and operating mode of Fldigi

 

The current release of olctl is focused on the Olivia digital mode, but has been tested and will work with mode supported by Fldigi, eg BPSK31.

 

For each of the HF bands, 160~10m, olctl contains on a per band basis the frequency to be used for each mode on that band,

eg for 40m, 8-250 on 7.041 with a pass-band offset of 1.500, the actual transmit frequency will be:

                              7.041000 +

                              0.001500

                              =======

                              7.042500

 

Selecting a band and mode will automatically select the well-known calling frequency for that band & that mode.

 

The 3 frequency windows, Dial, Offset, RF Out, from left to right may be changed using the mouse scroll-wheel.

 

Holding down the CTRL key whilst scrolling will increase the rate of change by 10 times, eg 10Hz per click.

 

Holding down the SHIFT key whilst scrolling will increase the rate of change by 100 times, eg 100Hz per click.

 

In addition, the Dial & Offset frequencies may be changed by clicking on the buttons below each window.

 

For the Dial frequency the < or > buttons will change the frequency by 500Hz, the << or >> buttons will change the frequency by 1 KHz.

 

For the Offset frequency the < or > buttons will change the frequency by 50Hz.

 

For both the Dial and Offset windows, clicking the ^ button will set the frequency to its default value for that band and mode.

 

If the "Autoload" checkbox is ticked, then on each startup, olctl will connect to the olctl website and download the latest bandplan. If you edit your bandplan, then don't use the Autoload option. For most people, the use of Autoload is strongly recommended so that all Olivia users are on the same frequencies for each band and mode.

 

When starting up, olctl attempts to connect to Fldigi and until it successfully connects, olctl will probe every 2 seconds.

 

Once olctl connects successfully, the little square LED just above Dial display will turn Green.

 

Each time the olctl starts it will restore the position of the main window from the previous session, and also restore the band, mode, and offset from the previous session.

 

On the very first execution, there is no previous session, so olctl will use defaults of 40m. 8-250, and 1.500 for band, mode, offset respectively. The main window will be located at X=100, Y=100 where X=0,Y=0 is the top left corner of the display.

 

Clicking the Close link or the X in the top right hand of the main window will close the program with an option to cancel the close if needed.

 

Hovering the mouse over most elements on the main window will display a tooltip containing a short form description of the element's function.

 

Hovering the mouse over a clear area of the main window will display the s/w version, and copyright message.

 

The latest version of this s/w may be downloaded from g8jcf.uk/olctl

 

Packages for both Windows and Linux are available from this site.

 

The author may be contacted via GM8JCF (AT) G8JCF.UK

 

Any and all feedback/suggestions is/are always very much appreciated.

 

73s

 

Peter - GM8JCF

 

http://www.g8jcf.uk/olctl

 

 

 

 

Robert Allbright
 

Thankyou Peter
I will look forward to using it.
73
Rob G3RCE

On Sun, Mar 15, 2020, 1:05 AM G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:

Hi

I have released olctl V 2.0 of the Olivia frequency controller for Fldigi which may be downloaded from http://www.g8jcf.uk/olctl/index.htm



The major improvement in olctl V2.0 is that there is the option to automatically download the latest "bandplan" file on startup so that as and when we can agree what the correct frequency(s) for each band and each mode on that band are, these changes can be implmented centrally, and the next time an operator starts up olctl they will have the latest bandplan. The other major change is that bandplans for other digital modes, eg BPSK31, can be implemented centrally, ie no programming rfequired, and again these changes will be downloaded aut
omatically next time olctl starts up. The helpfile from olctl V 2.0 is shown below.

Currently, as at 2020-03-15, only the Windows installer is available for download, but over the next few days I will generate the Linux and MACos installation packages.

I really hope that olctl can help the Olivia community find each other more easily on the bands.

73s

Peter - GM8JCF

Version 2.0 - 2020-03-14

 

olctl is a utility which can control the frequency and operating mode of Fldigi

 

The current release of olctl is focused on the Olivia digital mode, but has been tested and will work with mode supported by Fldigi, eg BPSK31.

 

For each of the HF bands, 160~10m, olctl contains on a per band basis the frequency to be used for each mode on that band,

eg for 40m, 8-250 on 7.041 with a pass-band offset of 1.500, the actual transmit frequency will be:

                              7.041000 +

                              0.001500

                              =======

                              7.042500

 

Selecting a band and mode will automatically select the well-known calling frequency for that band & that mode.

 

The 3 frequency windows, Dial, Offset, RF Out, from left to right may be changed using the mouse scroll-wheel.

 

Holding down the CTRL key whilst scrolling will increase the rate of change by 10 times, eg 10Hz per click.

 

Holding down the SHIFT key whilst scrolling will increase the rate of change by 100 times, eg 100Hz per click.

 

In addition, the Dial & Offset frequencies may be changed by clicking on the buttons below each window.

 

For the Dial frequency the < or > buttons will change the frequency by 500Hz, the << or >> buttons will change the frequency by 1 KHz.

 

For the Offset frequency the < or > buttons will change the frequency by 50Hz.

 

For both the Dial and Offset windows, clicking the ^ button will set the frequency to its default value for that band and mode.

 

If the "Autoload" checkbox is ticked, then on each startup, olctl will connect to the olctl website and download the latest bandplan. If you edit your bandplan, then don't use the Autoload option. For most people, the use of Autoload is strongly recommended so that all Olivia users are on the same frequencies for each band and mode.

 

When starting up, olctl attempts to connect to Fldigi and until it successfully connects, olctl will probe every 2 seconds.

 

Once olctl connects successfully, the little square LED just above Dial display will turn Green.

 

Each time the olctl starts it will restore the position of the main window from the previous session, and also restore the band, mode, and offset from the previous session.

 

On the very first execution, there is no previous session, so olctl will use defaults of 40m. 8-250, and 1.500 for band, mode, offset respectively. The main window will be located at X=100, Y=100 where X=0,Y=0 is the top left corner of the display.

 

Clicking the Close link or the X in the top right hand of the main window will close the program with an option to cancel the close if needed.

 

Hovering the mouse over most elements on the main window will display a tooltip containing a short form description of the element's function.

 

Hovering the mouse over a clear area of the main window will display the s/w version, and copyright message.

 

The latest version of this s/w may be downloaded from g8jcf.uk/olctl

 

Packages for both Windows and Linux are available from this site.

 

The author may be contacted via GM8JCF (AT) G8JCF.UK

 

Any and all feedback/suggestions is/are always very much appreciated.

 

73s

 

Peter - GM8JCF

 

http://www.g8jcf.uk/olctl

 

 

 

 

Mark GØNMY
 

Hi Peter,

Thanks for the interface, Could you add 6mtrs? also where does it try to download the frequency database from as I will have to set up a firewall rule to allow it.

Cheers Mark

 

G8JCF
 

Hope it works well for you Rob

Peter

G8JCF
 
Edited

Hi Mark

Hope U find it useful.

re 6mtrs, just tell me what the frequency(s), and mode(s) should be and I'll add them to the central db which will then get fetched down.

The db is fetched from http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt

Calling it a "db" is a bit of a stretch as U can see :-)  If/when I do V 3.0, I might switch to something more recognisable as a db, but the value of the ini file style and value pairs is that it's very simple to understand, setup and use, but runs out of steam once the number of entries increases significantly, eg if I were to add in all the other digi modes which Fldigi supports, it would probably become unmanageable.

73

Petert

Tom King
 

Hi Petert, 

If you want help converting the data to YAML or JSON, give me a shout. I couldn't open your URL so I cannot see what data you have yet.

Tom King
KG5FS

On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 1:39 PM G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:
Hi Mark

Hope U find it useful.

re 6mtrs, just tell me what the frequency(s), and mode(s) should be and I'll add them to the central db which will then get fetched down.

The db is fetched from http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt 

Calling it a "db" is a bit of a stretch as U can see :-)  If/when I do V 3.0, I might switch to something more recognisable as a db, but the value of the ini file style and value pairs is that it's very simple to understand, setup and use, but runs out of steam once the number of entries increases significantly, eg if I were to add in all the other digi modes which Fldigi supports, it would probably become unmanageable.

73

Petert

G8JCF
 
Edited

Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is
;List of Band names
[Bands]
NumBands=10
0=160
1=80
2=60
3=40
4=30
5=20
6=17
7=15
8=12
9=10

;List of Olivia Mode names
[Modes]
NumModes=5
0=OLIVIA-8/250
1=OLIVIA-8/500
2=OLIVIA-16/500
3=OLIVIA-32/1K
4=BPSK31

;160 Plan
[Plan.0]
Band=0
#For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode
0=1825400,1500,0
1=1825400,1500,2
2=1825500,1000,4

;80
[Plan.1]
Band=1
0=3581000,1500,0
1=3583000,1500,2

;60
[Plan.2]
Band=2
0=5404000,1000,2
1=5404000,1000,0
2=5358000,1500,0   
3=5358000,1500,2   
4=5358000,1500,1   

;40
[Plan.3]
Band=3
0=7041000,1500,0
1=7071000,1500,2
2=7041000,1500,1

;30
[Plan.4]
0=10141000,1500,0
1=10141000,1500,1

;20
[Plan.5]
0=14106000,1500,3
1=14106000,1500,2
2=14074000,1500,0

;17
[Plan.6]
0=18101000,1500,0
1=18101000,1500,2
2=18101000,1500,1

;15
[Plan.7]
0=21153000,1500,3
1=21152000,1500,2
2=21071000,1500,0
3=21071000,1500,1

;12
[Plan.8]
0=24921000,1500,3
1=24921000,1500,2
2=24921000,1500,0
3=24921000,1500,1

;10
[Plan.9]
0=28121000,1500,3
1=28121000,1500,2
2=28121000,1500,0
3=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF

Bryan Page
 

It works okay here.

73 Bryan M0IHY

On Monday, 16 March 2020, 23:16:37 GMT, G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:





Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt  
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is

;List of Band names [Bands] NumBands=10 0=160 1=80 2=60 3=40 4=30 5=20 6=17 7=15 8=12 9=10 ;List of Olivia Mode names [Modes] NumModes=5 0=OLIVIA-8/250 1=OLIVIA-8/500 2=OLIVIA-16/500 3=OLIVIA-32/1K 4=BPSK31 ;160 Plan [Plan.0] Band=0 #For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode 0=1825400,1500,0 1=1825400,1500,2 2=1825500,1000,4 ;80 [Plan.1] Band=1 0=3581000,1500,0 1=3583000,1500,2 ;60 [Plan.2] Band=2 0=5404000,1000,2 1=5404000,1000,0 2=5358000,1500,0 3=5358000,1500,2 4=5358000,1500,1 ;40 [Plan.3] Band=3 0=7041000,1500,0 1=7071000,1500,2 2=7041000,1500,1 ;30 [Plan.4] 0=10141000,1500,0 1=10141000,1500,1 ;20 [Plan.5] 0=14106000,1500,3 1=14106000,1500,2 2=14074000,1500,0 ;17 [Plan.6] 0=18101000,1500,0 1=18101000,1500,2 2=18101000,1500,1 ;15 [Plan.7] 0=21153000,1500,3 1=21152000,1500,2 2=21071000,1500,0 3=21071000,1500,1 ;12 [Plan.8] 0=24921000,1500,3 1=24921000,1500,2 2=24921000,1500,0 3=24921000,1500,1 ;10 [Plan.9] 0=28121000,1500,3 1=28121000,1500,2 2=28121000,1500,0 3=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF

Bryan Page
 

Correction...

The first URL does NOT work (404 error), the second one DOES.

73 Bryan M0IHY

On Monday, 16 March 2020, 23:18:36 GMT, Bryan Page via Groups.Io <bryanpage1=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:





It works okay here.

73 Bryan M0IHY






On Monday, 16 March 2020, 23:16:37 GMT, G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:





Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt  
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is

;List of Band names [Bands] NumBands=10 0=160 1=80 2=60 3=40 4=30 5=20 6=17 7=15 8=12 9=10 ;List of Olivia Mode names [Modes] NumModes=5 0=OLIVIA-8/250 1=OLIVIA-8/500 2=OLIVIA-16/500 3=OLIVIA-32/1K 4=BPSK31 ;160 Plan [Plan.0] Band=0 #For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode 0=1825400,1500,0 1=1825400,1500,2 2=1825500,1000,4 ;80 [Plan.1] Band=1 0=3581000,1500,0 1=3583000,1500,2 ;60 [Plan.2] Band=2 0=5404000,1000,2 1=5404000,1000,0 2=5358000,1500,0 3=5358000,1500,2 4=5358000,1500,1 ;40 [Plan.3] Band=3 0=7041000,1500,0 1=7071000,1500,2 2=7041000,1500,1 ;30 [Plan.4] 0=10141000,1500,0 1=10141000,1500,1 ;20 [Plan.5] 0=14106000,1500,3 1=14106000,1500,2 2=14074000,1500,0 ;17 [Plan.6] 0=18101000,1500,0 1=18101000,1500,2 2=18101000,1500,1 ;15 [Plan.7] 0=21153000,1500,3 1=21152000,1500,2 2=21071000,1500,0 3=21071000,1500,1 ;12 [Plan.8] 0=24921000,1500,3 1=24921000,1500,2 2=24921000,1500,0 3=24921000,1500,1 ;10 [Plan.9] 0=28121000,1500,3 1=28121000,1500,2 2=28121000,1500,0 3=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF

G8JCF
 

Phew, thank you Bryan, I was getting worried :-)

Peter

Bryan Page
 

The first URL has %A0%A0 tagged on the end of it, just run your cursor across both URL's, you'll see the true address at the bottom left of the screen.

73 Bryan M0IHY

On Monday, 16 March 2020, 23:22:04 GMT, G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:





Phew, thank you Bryan, I was getting worried :-)

Peter

G8JCF
 

Hi Bryan

Uh Oh, so when U say the first URL could U please cut and paste that into your reply so that I can see what's gone wrong ?

Thank you

Peter

Bryan Page
 

Peter,

I shalln't send you the screenshots as you've found it, easily done!

73 Bryan M0IHY

On Monday, 16 March 2020, 23:28:30 GMT, G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:





[Edited Message Follows]
Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is

;List of Band names[Bands]NumBands=100=1601=802=603=404=305=206=177=158=129=10;List of Olivia Mode names[Modes]NumModes=50=OLIVIA-8/2501=OLIVIA-8/5002=OLIVIA-16/5003=OLIVIA-32/1K4=BPSK31;160 Plan[Plan.0]Band=0#For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode0=1825400,1500,01=1825400,1500,22=1825500,1000,4;80[Plan.1]Band=10=3581000,1500,01=3583000,1500,2;60[Plan.2]Band=20=5404000,1000,21=5404000,1000,02=5358000,1500,0    3=5358000,1500,2    4=5358000,1500,1    ;40[Plan.3]Band=30=7041000,1500,01=7071000,1500,22=7041000,1500,1;30[Plan.4]0=10141000,1500,01=10141000,1500,1;20[Plan.5]0=14106000,1500,31=14106000,1500,22=14074000,1500,0;17[Plan.6]0=18101000,1500,01=18101000,1500,22=18101000,1500,1;15[Plan.7]0=21153000,1500,31=21152000,1500,22=21071000,1500,03=21071000,1500,1;12[Plan.8]0=24921000,1500,31=24921000,1500,22=24921000,1500,03=24921000,1500,1;10[Plan.9]0=28121000,1500,31=28121000,1500,22=28121000,1500,03=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF

G8JCF
 

I think I've fixed the URLs in the messages - must be bad cut and paste at my end - so this time I used the insert link feature to put the URL into the message

Thanks for pointing it out for me.

Peter

Tom King
 

Peter, I see what it is. The first link has an anchor without the /olctl/ in it. I see it now. 

Just for grins, I want to see what it looks like in JSON format. I'm still learning JSON so this is a good exercise for me. 

Thanks!
Tom King
KG5FS



On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 5:16 PM G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:
Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt  
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is
;List of Band names [Bands] NumBands=10 0=160 1=80 2=60 3=40 4=30 5=20 6=17 7=15 8=12 9=10 ;List of Olivia Mode names [Modes] NumModes=5 0=OLIVIA-8/250 1=OLIVIA-8/500 2=OLIVIA-16/500 3=OLIVIA-32/1K 4=BPSK31 ;160 Plan [Plan.0] Band=0 #For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode 0=1825400,1500,0 1=1825400,1500,2 2=1825500,1000,4 ;80 [Plan.1] Band=1 0=3581000,1500,0 1=3583000,1500,2 ;60 [Plan.2] Band=2 0=5404000,1000,2 1=5404000,1000,0 2=5358000,1500,0 3=5358000,1500,2 4=5358000,1500,1 ;40 [Plan.3] Band=3 0=7041000,1500,0 1=7071000,1500,2 2=7041000,1500,1 ;30 [Plan.4] 0=10141000,1500,0 1=10141000,1500,1 ;20 [Plan.5] 0=14106000,1500,3 1=14106000,1500,2 2=14074000,1500,0 ;17 [Plan.6] 0=18101000,1500,0 1=18101000,1500,2 2=18101000,1500,1 ;15 [Plan.7] 0=21153000,1500,3 1=21152000,1500,2 2=21071000,1500,0 3=21071000,1500,1 ;12 [Plan.8] 0=24921000,1500,3 1=24921000,1500,2 2=24921000,1500,0 3=24921000,1500,1 ;10 [Plan.9] 0=28121000,1500,3 1=28121000,1500,2 2=28121000,1500,0 3=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF


Tom King
 

Ah, I found an online tool to do it. 

It is an interesting format but I understand wanting to stick with what works. 

Thanks for humoring me. 
Tom

On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 5:37 PM Thomas King <thomas.king@...> wrote:
Peter, I see what it is. The first link has an anchor without the /olctl/ in it. I see it now. 

Just for grins, I want to see what it looks like in JSON format. I'm still learning JSON so this is a good exercise for me. 

Thanks!
Tom King
KG5FS



On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 5:16 PM G8JCF <g8jcfsdr@...> wrote:
Hi Tom

Thanks for the offer, but for now I'll stick with .ini style file, and this very simple transport mechanism.

I am concerned that U couldn't open http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt  
That URL should be a no brainer for any browser, and even wget http://g8jcf.uk/olctl/downloads/bandplans.txt works for me.

Anybody else having problems with this URL ?

When U get that URL to work, what U should see in your browser/terminal is
;List of Band names [Bands] NumBands=10 0=160 1=80 2=60 3=40 4=30 5=20 6=17 7=15 8=12 9=10 ;List of Olivia Mode names [Modes] NumModes=5 0=OLIVIA-8/250 1=OLIVIA-8/500 2=OLIVIA-16/500 3=OLIVIA-32/1K 4=BPSK31 ;160 Plan [Plan.0] Band=0 #For each Frequency, the entry is Dial Frequency, Passband Offset, Mode 0=1825400,1500,0 1=1825400,1500,2 2=1825500,1000,4 ;80 [Plan.1] Band=1 0=3581000,1500,0 1=3583000,1500,2 ;60 [Plan.2] Band=2 0=5404000,1000,2 1=5404000,1000,0 2=5358000,1500,0 3=5358000,1500,2 4=5358000,1500,1 ;40 [Plan.3] Band=3 0=7041000,1500,0 1=7071000,1500,2 2=7041000,1500,1 ;30 [Plan.4] 0=10141000,1500,0 1=10141000,1500,1 ;20 [Plan.5] 0=14106000,1500,3 1=14106000,1500,2 2=14074000,1500,0 ;17 [Plan.6] 0=18101000,1500,0 1=18101000,1500,2 2=18101000,1500,1 ;15 [Plan.7] 0=21153000,1500,3 1=21152000,1500,2 2=21071000,1500,0 3=21071000,1500,1 ;12 [Plan.8] 0=24921000,1500,3 1=24921000,1500,2 2=24921000,1500,0 3=24921000,1500,1 ;10 [Plan.9] 0=28121000,1500,3 1=28121000,1500,2 2=28121000,1500,0 3=28076000,1500,1

Please try again and hopefully it will work for you.

Peter - GM8JCF


G8JCF
 

Hi Tom

olctl is written in (platform independent, so works on x32, x64, armhf etc) .NET, and in .NET, support for .INI format files is very, very good (as one would expect from a MSFT product), so it's really easy for me to use.

Glad to hear that all is OK now, tnx for the report

Peter - GM8JCF

Chuck K4RGN
 

Still doesn't work for me. The domain name resolves to 217.39.67.12, but then it hangs. I've tried different machines on my end with the same result. I use Google DNS (8.8.8.8).

73, Chuck, K4RGN

Dennis
 

Links do not work for me either.

Tom King
 

The link anchor isn't correct. I had to copy and paste the text instead of clicking on it. 

Tom

On Tue, Mar 17, 2020, 9:44 AM Dennis <n1rdn@...> wrote:
Links do not work for me either.