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Re: Why not 75 baud standard?

Tim Shoppa
 

As to why 75 baud is not the standard rate for hams:

Historically the oldest mechanical teletypes were largely 45 baud. They were surplused when companies starting moving en masse to 75 Baud and hams got the surplus.

I find in BARTG 75 Sprint, that for a similar strength signal, it takes more repeats to effectively get a serial number or callsign across.

Part of this is the Nyquist limit requiring a clearer channel to move more bits per second over the same bandwidth. But I think it's more than just that. In particular the 75 baud decoders I use (MMTTY and 2Tone) almost never sync up until the second repeat.

While there's a big time advantage to 75 baud over 45 baud over clean phone lines, I think the advantage is less apparent over noisy and fading HF radio channels.

I think 850Hz shift has some advantages at the higher speed 75 baud over "flat" channels like at VHF, but on a HF channel the wider 850 Hz shift will get hit more often with adjacent signal QRM and does far worse than 170Hz shift in selective fading.

Tim N3QE

Re: BARTG 75 Baud contest

Ken K6MR
 

Thanks John.  I’ve read about the early days but I can’t say I would miss them.  Keeping those machines running must have been a full time job.

 

Ken K6MR

 


From: John Barber <john@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2019 5:36:51 AM
To: 'Ken K6MR'; ko7ss@...; RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: RE: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest
 

There is a trade-off between speed and decoding performance. 75 baud is fine with good signals but not so good as 45.45 baud in poor conditions.

Why 45.45 baud? Because the commercial machines in the US were 45.45 baud; in Europe they were 50 baud. 45 baud was adopted for amateur use because the US amateurs were using RTTY first and there were more of them! We converted our 50 baud machines to 45 baud with a change of gears.

John GW4SKA

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ken K6MR
Sent: 25 April 2019 04:00
To: ko7ss@...; RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest

 

From your lips to whoever sets the standards  :^)   75 baud is a blast. 

 

My guess on why is that back in the day of green keys and oil, changing speeds was pretty difficult as I understand it.  I wasn’t there.  45.45 must have been the way the machines came from the military and Telex companies.  Perhaps someone who was there could elaborate.  But now it’s a couple of check boxes. 

 

I’ve toyed with the idea of changing speeds for the Thursday night NS RTTY Sprints, but I’m not quite there.  No matter how well you publicize it there will be some who won’t get the message.  So for now we’ve got this tantalizing four hours to watch the characters fly!

 

Ken K6MR

 


From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> on behalf of Bill KO7SS via Groups.Io <ko7ss@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 7:20:12 PM
To: RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest

 

First time to try this. Setting up N1MM, the sent characters sure move fast across the text window.
Hopefully I am getting out, the RBN RTTY skimmers don't seem to decode this. Why is 75 Baud 
not the standard rate?

73, Bill KO7SS


Virus-free. www.avg.com

Re: BARTG 75 Baud contest

John GW4SKA
 

There is a trade-off between speed and decoding performance. 75 baud is fine with good signals but not so good as 45.45 baud in poor conditions.

Why 45.45 baud? Because the commercial machines in the US were 45.45 baud; in Europe they were 50 baud. 45 baud was adopted for amateur use because the US amateurs were using RTTY first and there were more of them! We converted our 50 baud machines to 45 baud with a change of gears.

John GW4SKA

 

From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ken K6MR
Sent: 25 April 2019 04:00
To: ko7ss@...; RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest

 

From your lips to whoever sets the standards  :^)   75 baud is a blast. 

 

My guess on why is that back in the day of green keys and oil, changing speeds was pretty difficult as I understand it.  I wasn’t there.  45.45 must have been the way the machines came from the military and Telex companies.  Perhaps someone who was there could elaborate.  But now it’s a couple of check boxes. 

 

I’ve toyed with the idea of changing speeds for the Thursday night NS RTTY Sprints, but I’m not quite there.  No matter how well you publicize it there will be some who won’t get the message.  So for now we’ve got this tantalizing four hours to watch the characters fly!

 

Ken K6MR

 


From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> on behalf of Bill KO7SS via Groups.Io <ko7ss@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 7:20:12 PM
To: RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest

 

First time to try this. Setting up N1MM, the sent characters sure move fast across the text window.
Hopefully I am getting out, the RBN RTTY skimmers don't seem to decode this. Why is 75 Baud 
not the standard rate?

73, Bill KO7SS


Virus-free. www.avg.com

Re: BARTG 75 Baud contest

Ken K6MR
 

From your lips to whoever sets the standards  :^)   75 baud is a blast. 

 

My guess on why is that back in the day of green keys and oil, changing speeds was pretty difficult as I understand it.  I wasn’t there.  45.45 must have been the way the machines came from the military and Telex companies.  Perhaps someone who was there could elaborate.  But now it’s a couple of check boxes. 

 

I’ve toyed with the idea of changing speeds for the Thursday night NS RTTY Sprints, but I’m not quite there.  No matter how well you publicize it there will be some who won’t get the message.  So for now we’ve got this tantalizing four hours to watch the characters fly!

 

Ken K6MR

 


From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> on behalf of Bill KO7SS via Groups.Io <ko7ss@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 7:20:12 PM
To: RTTY@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] BARTG 75 Baud contest
 
First time to try this. Setting up N1MM, the sent characters sure move fast across the text window.
Hopefully I am getting out, the RBN RTTY skimmers don't seem to decode this. Why is 75 Baud 
not the standard rate?

73, Bill KO7SS

BARTG 75 Baud contest

Bill KO7SS
 

First time to try this. Setting up N1MM, the sent characters sure move fast across the text window.
Hopefully I am getting out, the RBN RTTY skimmers don't seem to decode this. Why is 75 Baud 
not the standard rate?

73, Bill KO7SS

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

An even dozen stations reporting last week.  It seemed to be an evening for the east coast last week, with top scores going to our big three in the east.  Welcome to first timer (to our get together) Max, KH6ZM.  A well known call in contest circles jumped right in with the really rare HI mult.

 

The upcoming weekend has the SP DX RTTY test, as well as the BARTG 75 baud Sprint.  The BARTG is not quite our idea of a Sprint, but only 4 hours and no signal report.  If you’ve never tried 75 baud you should jump in just to experience the rush.

 

So join us Thursday evening and give those diddles a test.


Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  26 Apr 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 25 Apr 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +80kHz up from the band edge
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR


Jim AC0E

Jim AC0E
 

Changed my email...

Re: RM-11831 New digital petition

Ron K0IDT
 

Okay gang, it's getting down to the wire for comments on the RM. Friday April 26 is the end of the 30 day period.
If you haven't already done so please comment.

The emcomm, boating, WInlink crowd decided it was all about them and not open digital mode transmissions.

Last chance to make a difference.

Ron K0IDT

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Despite the CA contingent mostly missing (thanks to K6DAJ for being in there for a few), still a good group.  Welcome back to Jack, K0JP, who likely fooled everyone with his new call (ex-W6NF).  Welcome Jack, and once the macros are sorted you’ll be ready to rock. 

 

Looks like the only contest this weekend that mentions digital is the Holyland DX. Lots of CW and SSB in various places, so Thursday evening may be your only chance for some keyboarding fun.  


Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  19 Apr 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 18 Apr 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +80kHz up from the band edge
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR


CTY-2906 Country Files - 16 April 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 16 April 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2906-16-april-2019/

For installation instructions, start at:

http://www.country-files.com/

Hover your mouse over the word Contest in the menu, then select the
software you are using.

To install the file, follow the link to your software at the top of the page.

If you are interested in a bigger CTY.DAT for everyday logging, you can get
it here:

http://www.country-files.com/big-cty-16-april-2019/

Note that the release notes (and Version Entity) for this larger file are
different than what is shown below. There is a separate link to them.

As a reminder, there is an RSS feed of the latest country file announcements:

http://www.country-files.com/feed/

Here are the release notes:

16 April 2019 (CTY-2906)
VER20190416, Version entity is Bonaire, PJ4

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 3Y0E is Bouvet, 3Y/b
* 9M4CKT and 9M4CRB are both East Malaysia, 9M6
* EA2EZ/P is Spain, EA
* AM70URE/6 is Balearic Islands, EA6
* AM70URE/8 is Canary Islands, EA8
* AM70URE/9 is Ceuta & Melilla, EA9
* GB19CIM is Isle of Man, GD
* GB19CGI, GB19CNI and GB4UAS are all Northern Ireland, GI
* GB19CJ is Jersey, GJ
* GB0BOC, GB19CGM, GB19CS, GB2M and GB5FHC are all Scotland, GM
* GB19CG is Guernsey, GU
* GB19CGW, GB19CW, GB19SG, GB2BYF, GB4GM and GB8MD are all Wales, GW
* N9BD is United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
* KD9BSO, KP2XX, N3CI, W1JCW, W9RM and WF3H are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
* K4TZ, KM4RO, KY4KD, N4BCB and N4HID are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* AJ7G, KH6CT, N0SMX, NP2L and W7IGC are all United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
* KB5OXR is Guam, KH2
* AJ6JF, K7NRJ, KB1UHL, W8WH and WY6F are all Hawaii, KH6
* K1KAO, K7Y, KB3VQE, KC0LLL, KD5WYP, N1HEN and NM0H are all Alaska, KL
* KC1KZI and N1ZJC are both Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU1XZ/H, LU4ERS/D, LU5HA/H, LU5QR/Q, LU9GOY/L and LW3EK/D are all Argentina, LU
* R0WX/P, R1961AG, R1961GP, R1994YU, R1996VK, R2019DC, R75SEV, R9OM/6,
RA9SGI/1, RO75KR, RT9K/6 and UE19DC are all European Russia, UA
* UD6AOP/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9
* R26RRC is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
* VE2NN is Canada, VE in CQ zone 2, ITU zone 4
* VK6AV/2 is Australia, VK

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 3Y0I in Bouvet, 3Y/b
* B9/BH1NGG in China, BY
* IA0/IZ1KHY, RI1ANV and RI1ANX in Antarctica, CE9
* TO8T in Martinique, FM
* GB50WAB in Northern Ireland, GI
* GB0GGR and GB5AG in Scotland, GM
* GB4SDD in Wales, GW
* IT9RGY/4 in Italy, I
* AJ5E, AK9D, K7BG, K7GM, K9CQ, KE5PRL, KK9A, KP3M, N1KEZ, N4AB, W4CQE,
W4HOD, W4UAT, W8AKS, W8HAP and WL7YQ in United States, K
* N0J and NU2A in Mariana Islands, KH0
* AE5AB and K6APP in Hawaii, KH6
* K7UNX and KF7PUQ in Alaska, KL
* K5YJR in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU1WL/W, LU2CRV/D, LU2DT/D, LU2VV/V, LU2XWL/XP, LU3DRP/D, LU3DRP/E,
LU3DXG/D, LU4DQ/D, LU5DGG/D, LU5DMP/D, LU5JCL/J, LU6DDC/D, LU6DM/D, LU6WG/W,
LU7DD/W, LU7DZV/D, LU7WFM/W, LU8ACH/D, LU8DCH/D, LU8EHV/D, LU8XW/X, LU8XW/XP,
LU9JMG/J, LW3DER/D and LW7EDH/D in Argentina, LU
* R120MG, R30AFC, R30AFG, R30AFO, R30AFQ, R30AFR, R30AMV, R30DIK, R30DRA,
R30GNP, R30ZIN, RA9UUY/6, RM0L/1, UE23DKA, UE23DSA, UE23DZO and UE96ME
in European Russia, UA
* RK4PA/9 and RZ5D/9 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VK6MB/1 in Australia, VK

73 - Jim AD1C

--
Jim Reisert AD1C, <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>, http://www.ad1c.us

7QP(7th Area QSO Party) May 4, 2019

Jim Ruff
 

7QP, the third largest QSO Party will be held on Saturday May 4, 2019.  A goal for this year's contest is to substantially increase the number of DIGITAL operators.  As an extra incentive, all DIGITAL contacts will be worth 4 points.  If you're a PSK or RTTY  contester, please join us for some DIGITAL fun on May 4th.  For more information, please click the link below:
http://ws7n.net/7QP

73 de W7JHR

Re: RM-11831 New digital petition

Jim N7US
 

From the ARRL Letter just received:

 

FCC Agrees to 90-Day Pause in Consideration of WT Docket 16-239

It has been almost 6 years since the ARRL requested the FCC to consider changes to the Amateur Radio digital rules in 11-708 and almost 3years since ARRL filed comments in the resultant proceeding, identified by the FCC as 16-239.

The Commission's proposed changes differed from the ARRL's initial filing and caused ARRL to be concerned about possible interference to current users resulting from the deletion of ARRL's requested 2.8 MHz bandwidth limitation. Due to those concerns, ARRL filed comments with the FCC opposing the deletion of the requested bandwidth.

Since ARRL's initial filing, many individuals and groups have commented to the FCC and publicly regarding issues and potential consequences they passionately believe are implicated by the FCC's proposals embodied in 16-239/11-708. Additionally, in the six years since the initial filing of 11-708, new information has been presented by individuals and groups who support and oppose the FCC's proposed adoption of 16-239.

Due to the time that has elapsed since ARRL's initial digital rules change request, the new information that has become available and the extent of both support and opposition to the proposed rules change, ARRL asked the FCC to grant a delay in its consideration of the proposed rules change to provide the League the opportunity to clarify the issues and determine whether a consensus can be reached on some or all of the issues raised by the FCC's proceeding.

At ARRL's request, the FCC Staff has agreed to a 90-day pause in the consideration of WT Docket 16-239.

 

 

Jim N7US

 

-----Original Message-----
From: RTTY@groups.io <RTTY@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ben WB2RHM
Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2019 14:58
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RTTY] RM-11831 New digital petition

 

Must have the Win-Link people nervous..............

 

https://winlink.org/content/fcc_petition_rm_11831_threatens_amateur_digital_operations_winlink

 

WB2RHM

Re: RM-11831 New digital petition

Ben WB2RHM
 

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Active group last week.  Two new stations joined in:  Ron, WV4P and Bob, K6RWM  jumped into the mix in fine style.  Welcome guys and hope you’ll join us again.

 

This week may find the CA mult a bit sparse as the IDXC in Visalia is this weekend, and many of us will be traveling Thursday evening.  But we’ll be there in spirit!

 

I didn’t see any RTTY events this weekend, so you are on your own to keep busy.  I did see a new FT8 contest (at least it’s new to me), so looks like interest is building in the new mode.

 

Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  12 Apr 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 11 Apr 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +80kHz up from the band edge
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR

 

IDXC Visalia contest dinner deadline looming

jeff stai wk6i
 

Just a reminder the deadline for tickets is tomorrow Monday April 8th end of day.

And yes I know the attendee list is not up to date. We're currently at 100 attendees if that helps. 

73 jeff wk6i

---------- Forwarded message ---------

--
Jeff Stai ~ WK6I ~ wk6i.jeff@...
RTTY op at W7RN
Twisted Oak Winery ~ http://www.twistedoak.com/

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Just into double digits last week, and a lively group to boot.  Welcome to first timer (I think) AG6AG, who I somehow did not manage to work.  Welcome Stuart and hope to catch you next time.

 

This weekend brings us the EA RTTY test for your keyboarding pleasure.  Looks like plenty of activity based on last year’s results so there’s your excuse to fire up the diddle machine this Thursday evening and make sure everything is ship shape.

 

Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  5 Apr 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 4 Apr 2019 in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: 1805 and up (Last two minutes seem to be popular…)
-- 80/40/20/15 +80kHz up from the band edge
-- Same band dupes ok after 1 intervening Q.
-- 1 kHz QSY rule, otherwise standard Sprint rules
-- Mults per band.
-- 100W power limit

Please visit http://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html for complete rules and links to other info. If you find any problems with the web pages, please let me know so we can get them fixed.

If you would like to receive all the latest info about NS as well as a have a place for comments and questions, sign up for the NS mailing list:  https://groups.io/g/nccc-blue

Contestonlinescore.com has a slot set up for us if you’d like to make sure your logger is talking to the world.  Select NCCC NA RTTY Sprint.

Report scores to 3830scores.com, and join us at 0300Z on 3610 kHz (+/- a few for ongoing groups) for comments and questions (and dinner menus).

Diddle diddle,

Ken K6MR

 

Re: For Sale TinyFsk units

Nicholas Roy Smith
 

Both are working properly and are wired for Icom radios. Everything is included, cables and units.

Nick,
w4gkm

On 4/1/2019 8:35 PM, Larry K8UT wrote:
Nick,

Can't tell from your message -- do you want to troubleshoot and get both units working properly or are you more interested in just unloading both Mortty/tinyFSK devices As-Is?

The fact that one unit is working properly would making troubleshooting and correction easy with some simple components/cables substitution.

-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Nicholas Roy Smith" <w4gkm@...>
To: RTTY@groups.io
Sent: 2019-04-01 13:53:58
Subject: Re: [RTTY] For Sale TinyFsk units

Is no one interested at all?

On 3/13/2019 3:03 PM, Nicholas Roy Smith wrote:
I have two Mortty(tinyFSK) units already wired and ready to go. They are
wired for Icoms with the connectors(din connectors) and the USB cables.
You will not have to wire, solder or assemble anything, just plug and
play. Writelog has a provision for these units, just select TinyFsk and
you are off and running. I am not familiar with N1MMM but I would think
they would work just as well with that program.

Price? Make me a reasonable offer with shipping included. They are very
light so I would think shipping would not be very much.

Nick,
W4GKM



-- Dennis was so nice and thoughtful to check out my units and wire them correctly, however the second one will not xmit. When I installed it selected a comport but I had problems getting it to let me select TinyFsk and the comport that it was assigned to it. The first radio went great, no problems, xmits and it prints just fine. I must be doing something that is causing this but I don't know what to do. I did connect my old Buxcom back up and it worked just fine.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me. Oh, BTW I am using Writelog.

Nick, w4gkm





--
Nick, W4GKM
--
Dennis was so nice and thoughtful to check out my units and wire them correctly, however the second one will not xmit. When I installed it selected a comport but I had problems getting it to let me select TinyFsk and the comport that it was assigned to it. The first radio went great, no problems, xmits and it prints just fine. I must be doing something that is causing this but I don't know what to do. I did connect my old Buxcom back up and it worked just fine.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me. Oh, BTW I am using Writelog.

Nick, w4gkm

Re: For Sale TinyFsk units

Larry K8UT <k8ut@...>
 

Nick,

Can't tell from your message -- do you want to troubleshoot and get both units working properly or are you more interested in just unloading both Mortty/tinyFSK devices As-Is?

The fact that one unit is working properly would making troubleshooting and correction easy with some simple components/cables substitution.

-larry (K8UT)

------ Original Message ------
From: "Nicholas Roy Smith" <w4gkm@...>
To: RTTY@groups.io
Sent: 2019-04-01 13:53:58
Subject: Re: [RTTY] For Sale TinyFsk units

Is no one interested at all?

On 3/13/2019 3:03 PM, Nicholas Roy Smith wrote:
I have two Mortty(tinyFSK) units already wired and ready to go. They are
wired for Icoms with the connectors(din connectors) and the USB cables.
You will not have to wire, solder or assemble anything, just plug and
play. Writelog has a provision for these units, just select TinyFsk and
you are off and running. I am not familiar with N1MMM but I would think
they would work just as well with that program.

Price? Make me a reasonable offer with shipping included. They are very
light so I would think shipping would not be very much.

Nick,
W4GKM



-- Dennis was so nice and thoughtful to check out my units and wire them correctly, however the second one will not xmit. When I installed it selected a comport but I had problems getting it to let me select TinyFsk and the comport that it was assigned to it. The first radio went great, no problems, xmits and it prints just fine. I must be doing something that is causing this but I don't know what to do. I did connect my old Buxcom back up and it worked just fine.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me. Oh, BTW I am using Writelog.

Nick, w4gkm


Re: For Sale TinyFsk units

Nicholas Roy Smith
 

Is no one interested at all?

On 3/13/2019 3:03 PM, Nicholas Roy Smith wrote:
I have two Mortty(tinyFSK) units already wired and ready to go. They are
wired for Icoms with the connectors(din connectors) and the USB cables.
You will not have to wire, solder or assemble anything, just plug and
play. Writelog has a provision for these units, just select TinyFsk and
you are off and running. I am not familiar with N1MMM but I would think
they would work just as well with that program.

Price? Make me a reasonable offer with shipping included. They are very
light so I would think shipping would not be very much.

Nick,
W4GKM


--
Dennis was so nice and thoughtful to check out my units and wire them correctly, however the second one will not xmit. When I installed it selected a comport but I had problems getting it to let me select TinyFsk and the comport that it was assigned to it. The first radio went great, no problems, xmits and it prints just fine. I must be doing something that is causing this but I don't know what to do. I did connect my old Buxcom back up and it worked just fine.

Does anyone have a suggestion for me. Oh, BTW I am using Writelog.

Nick, w4gkm

Re: RM-11831 New digital petition

G. E. Janssens - K5WW
 

As always: thank you, Ron!

73,  

Erik - K5WW




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From: Ron K0IDT <rkolarik@...>
Date: 3/30/19 11:06 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] RM-11831 New digital petition

Newly released Rule Making impacting CW/DATA HF band segments:

https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings?proceedings_name=RM-11831&sort=date_disseminated,DESC

Very Important, impacts on 16-239 which ARRL has suspended, and RM-11759. See ARRL suspension document at:

https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/1032717663093/ARRL%20Ltr%202%20FCC%2016-239%2003_27_2019.pdf

Please read and comment. It's a chance to clean up some of the ongoing interference issues on the

HF RTTY/Data sub bands, and bring some much needed transparency to digital modes.

Full disclosure, my name is on it. How-to-file comments on the AA5AU and wireless-girl web pages.

https://www.rttycontesting.com/

http://wireless-girl.com/HowToFile11831Express.html

Ron K0IDT