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Re: HAL DXP38

captcurt2000
 

Could you just parallel off the audio feed ahead of the DXP thru a set of toroid filters then to the scope??? A couple of op amps to isolate it might do what you want to do.

Curt, KU8L

On 7/12/2019 1:12 PM, Paul Christensen wrote:
Thanks to everyone for their individual responses. I received feedback from
HAL this afternoon. Answers to my questions below:

1) Anyone have a DXP38 schematic?
Answer: A schematic diagram for the DXP38 is not presently available.

2) Does anyone know if mark and space audio can be tapped from the DXP38?
Answer: Not possible. Once audio reaches the DXP38's ADC, processing
remains in DSP and analog mark/space audio is not available on the PC board.

Hopefully, this information is useful to others who will search the list
archives in the future.

Paul, W9AC


Re: HAL DXP38

Paul Christensen
 

Thanks to everyone for their individual responses. I received feedback from
HAL this afternoon. Answers to my questions below:

1) Anyone have a DXP38 schematic?
Answer: A schematic diagram for the DXP38 is not presently available.

2) Does anyone know if mark and space audio can be tapped from the DXP38?
Answer: Not possible. Once audio reaches the DXP38's ADC, processing
remains in DSP and analog mark/space audio is not available on the PC board.

Hopefully, this information is useful to others who will search the list
archives in the future.

Paul, W9AC

Re: HAL DXP38

Jay WS7I
 

Answers:
1. Only Hal Communications
2. Probably it can

I would call Hal on the phone. Ask for Mark and see if he can/will tell you.

Else do a google and get some old RTTY Journal's from the sites hosting them.

Scope stuff, Sep Oct Nov Dec 1995 by Bill Henry of Hal  2002 Spring Summer and Fall issues have a scope project by Dale Sinner that might help you.

I vaguely recall that Bill told me that the problem with tuning in the DXP38 is a timing issue. Its slow.  The RTTY-1 which has the same bars but if you open it up the opamps that do Mark and Space are apparent.

Page 7 of Vo50No1 has a set of filters for Dale's scope project.

73 Jay WS7I

On 7/12/2019 6:26 AM, Paul Christensen wrote:
I've recently acquired a HAL DXP38 DSP-based RTTY modem.  My goal is to use
it together with an analog oscilloscope to obtain a Lissajous pattern during
RTTY receive.  The DXP38 uses an array of X and Y LEDs to mimic a scope but
it doesn't represent the phase difference between tones.  Cool, but not as
cool as a Lissajous pattern on a phosphorus display.

I have the DXP38 manual but there's no schematic.   Without a schematic it's
difficult to ascertain if the mark and space tones can be tapped on the PC
board -- or if mark and space are embedded in DSP with no means to tap
analog audio after filtering.

1) Anyone have a DXP38 schematic?
2) Does anyone know if mark and space audio can be tapped from the DXP38?
If so, where?

I could split input audio and do this externally but would *really* like to
avoid it.  Internal to the DXP38, I can manage any needed audio isolation
and buffering with op-amps.  Then, add chassis BNC connectors for connection
to a scope's input channels for viewing in X/Y mode.  That part is easy.

Paul, W9AC  


-=-

HAL DXP38

Paul Christensen
 

I've recently acquired a HAL DXP38 DSP-based RTTY modem. My goal is to use
it together with an analog oscilloscope to obtain a Lissajous pattern during
RTTY receive. The DXP38 uses an array of X and Y LEDs to mimic a scope but
it doesn't represent the phase difference between tones. Cool, but not as
cool as a Lissajous pattern on a phosphorus display.

I have the DXP38 manual but there's no schematic. Without a schematic it's
difficult to ascertain if the mark and space tones can be tapped on the PC
board -- or if mark and space are embedded in DSP with no means to tap
analog audio after filtering.

1) Anyone have a DXP38 schematic?
2) Does anyone know if mark and space audio can be tapped from the DXP38?
If so, where?

I could split input audio and do this externally but would *really* like to
avoid it. Internal to the DXP38, I can manage any needed audio isolation
and buffering with op-amps. Then, add chassis BNC connectors for connection
to a scope's input channels for viewing in X/Y mode. That part is easy.

Paul, W9AC

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

As N3QE noted in his post, looks like many of our usual stations were out watching fireworks.  In my case, listening to the local utility spark transmitter without the fireworks.  Thanks to all that showed up to keep the bands busy.

 

The upcoming weekend is the IARU Championship, so probably no RTTY to be found. Please join us Thursday evening and keep your diddle machine in tune.

 

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

Friday,  12 Jul 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 11 Jul 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 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- 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


DL-DX RTTY (DRCG) Contest this weekend

Dimitri F4DSK
 

Hi guys,

Remember the DRCG Contest this weekend starting Saturday at 1100 (!) UTC for 24 hours.
There are also 6 hours categories. 

http://www.drcg.de/dldxrtty/dl-dx-rtty-english.html

73 de Dimitri F4DSK 





Envoyé depuis mon smartphone Samsung Galaxy.

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

We had quite the turnaround in activity last week.  14 Stations reporting (and one more I know was active) so 15 stations made things quite busy.  Welcome to first timers W5AQY, K3RWN, and KE6GLA, with returning new stations W4EIS/5, K4IU,  and KB9S who were back in the mix.  Welcome all and I hope we’ll see you printing again in the future.

 

The upcoming weekend has the DL-DX RTTY test, which from last year’s results looks to have pretty good activity.

 

So get those diddles tuned up for the weekend by joining us Thursday evening.  Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  5 Jul 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 4 Jul 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 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- 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-2910 Country Files - 30 June 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 30 June 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2910-30-june-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-30-june-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:

30 June 2019 (CTY-2910)
VER20190630, Version entity is Yemen, 7O

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* II0GDF/9 is Sicily, *IT9
* EA1RCI/KD and EA1URO/KD are both Spain, EA
* EA9PD/P is Ceuta & Melilla, EA9
* TX2A is Austral Islands, FO/a
* TO5M is St. Pierre & Miquelon, FP
* GB2RDR is Scotland, GM
* GB2HMM is Wales, GW
* II0SRE and IQ0ID/P are both Sardinia, IS
* W3TB is United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* K0W is Mariana Islands, KH0
* KA7BSK is Hawaii, KH6
* KM6NOL is Alaska, KL
* KB0JRR is Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU3AJL/H, LU3EFL/D, LU3HKA/H, LU3HL/H, LU5FYX/H, LU7HA/H, LU7HBL/H,
LU8HH/H and LW4HCL/H are all Argentina, LU
* LU8VCC/V is Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* ON3BLB/YL is Belgium, ON
* R0AGD/6, R39PGD, R550Y, R9CMA/4, R9CZ/3, UA0ZL/6 and UE50KG are all European Russia, UA
* RK75OP is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 19
* R3ARS/4 is European Russia, UA in ITU zone 30
* RA3X/1, U1I, UA1I, UB1I, UC1I, UD1I, UE1I, UF1I, UG1I, UH1I and UI1I
are all European Russia, UA in CQ zone 17, ITU zone 20
* RA0QK/8 and RZ1CWC/8 are both Asiatic Russia, UA9
* R2019CG, R53ICGA, R53ICGB, R53ICGC, R53ICGF, R53ICGJ, R53ICGS, R53ICGV,
R53ICGW and RW9WJ/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 16
* RA/DJ8QP, RA3DS/P, RD0L/9, RZ5D/9 and UA3A/P are all Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
* RQ73QQ is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 23
* RU9MV/0 is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 25
* R66IOTA is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 34
* VA7XW/VE2 and VE7ACN/VE2 are both Canada, VE in CQ zone 2, ITU zone 4
* VK6MB/2 is Australia, VK
* VK9APX is Lord Howe Island, VK9L

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* GB2QM in Shetland Islands, *GM/s
* BH4CXY/9 in China, BY
* TX5T in Austral Islands, FO/a
* TO19A in Reunion Island, FR
* GB0GLS and GB2BCW in Northern Ireland, GI
* GB2M, GB2MBB, GB2QM, GB5FHC, GB5RO and GM6WRW/P in Scotland, GM
* GB0CAC, GB0LM, GB2BYF, GB4GM, GB6BLB, GB8MD, GB8ND and GB9GGM in Wales, GW
* IK7SHC/MT and IK8IJN/I/US in Italy, I
* IY0NV in Sardinia, IS
* AJ6JF in Guam, KH2
* AJ0M, K0LIH, KA3HIZ and WH2K in Hawaii, KH6
* KJ4HEW and WA1FVJ in Alaska, KL
* KN4UAN in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU1XZ/H, LU4ADE/D and LW2EIY/H in Argentina, LU
* PA6OP/MILL, PD0ARI/MILL, PG64HOOP/MIL, PH4RTM/MILL, PI4DHG/MILL
and PI4ZWN/MILL in Netherlands, PA
* SV2ASP and SV2ASP/P in Mount Athos, SV/a
* TA1D/3 in Asiatic Turkey, TA
* R108M, R1945HS, R1961G, R75SEV, R7AB/P, R8XF/1, RA2FDX/3, RG61PP,
RO75KR, RP74A, RP74AD, RP74AF, RP74AH, RP74AK, RP74AO, RP74AQ, RP74AU,
RP74B, RP74BA, RP74BK, RP74BQ, RP74BR, RP74CH, RP74DD, RP74DN, RP74DP,
RP74EL, RP74FA, RP74FW, RP74GE, RP74GF, RP74GO, RP74GT, RP74GV, RP74GY,
RP74I, RP74IL, RP74IN, RP74IP, RP74IS, RP74IZ, RP74K, RP74KC, RP74KD, RP74KF,
RP74KN, RP74KO, RP74KP, RP74KR, RP74KZ, RP74L, RP74LD, RP74LG, RP74M, RP74MK,
RP74ML, RP74MM, RP74MN, RP74MR, RP74MY, RP74N, RP74ND, RP74NF, RP74NK,
RP74NP, RP74NV, RP74O, RP74ON, RP74OT, RP74PA, RP74PD, RP74PK, RP74PP,
RP74PR, RP74PT, RP74PW, RP74QP, RP74RA, RP74RD, RP74RK, RP74RO, RP74RP,
RP74RT, RP74S, RP74SB, RP74SE, RP74SK, RP74SP, RP74SR, RP74SW, RP74T, RP74TA,
RP74TF, RP74TW, RP74VB, RP74VF, RP74VG, RP74VM, RP74WD, RP74WF, RP74WK,
RP74WP, RP74WR, RP74WW, RP74X, RP74ZK, RP74ZP, RV1CC/1, RW9WJ/P, UA3FQ/4,
UA3FQ/4/P, UE74AP, UE74GL, UE74LB and UE74SZ in European Russia, UA
* RA60PD, RA9MX/P, RP74AB, RP74AZ, RP74DG, RP74DT, RP74GB, RP74GI,
RP74GR, RP74GS, RP74IM, RP74KM, RP74KT, RP74LL, RP74MP, RP74P, RP74PO,
RP74SD, RP74TG, RP74U, RP74UF, RP74V, RU5D/8 and UA9SUV/8 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VK6AV/2 in Australia, VK
* VK2FBBB/9 in Norfolk Island, VK9N

73 - Jim AD1C

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

Re: Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY Contest 2019

Vladimir Gordienko
 

Dear Friends,

Just a reminder.
Please submit your logs in cabrillo format not later than 01 July 2019 to urdxcrtty@... .

73!
URDXC Committee

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Kind of a small group last week, but we had Lee, W4EIS/5 as our new station of the week.  Welcome, Lee, and hope to see you printing in the future.

 

Looks like mostly a CW and SSB kind of weekend coming up, with only a couple contests with RTTY as one of the modes.

 

So if you need a RTTY fix, please join us for some mid-week keyboarding fun.  Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  28 Jun 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 27 Jun 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 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- 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: W6WRT SK

Phil Cooper
 

Hi all,

 

Yes, very sad news indeed. Just checked my log, and we had 23 RTTY contacts, the last in 2017.

I think I had an email from him since then, but I seem to recall it was early in 2018.

 

Like others, when I first got into RTTY contesting, he was one of the first to encourage me to do more, especially as I was a good mult.

 

The DXLab group only mentioned that he had become SK, nothing more, but I am sure more info will become known soon enough.

 

Such a shame, he will be missed.

 

73 de Phil GU0SUP

 

Re: W6WRT SK

Don Hill AA5AU
 

Sad news. Bill had been MIA for the past year. A few months ago I sent him email to try to find out what happened but he never responded. Our last QSO was on FT8 in March '18. All but three of our 158 QSOs were on RTTY. Besides the FT8 contact, we worked twice on JT9. He will be missed.

 

RIP dezrat

 

Don AA5AU

 

From: RTTY@groups.io [mailto:RTTY@groups.io] On Behalf Of G. E. Janssens - K5WW
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2019 9:32 PM
To: pcooper@...; rttydigital@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: [RTTY] W6WRT SK

 

Thank you, Phil, even though it's bad news.

 

I am saddened to hear of Bill's passing. When I got started in RTTY, some 20 years ago, Bill was a fantastic source of good information and was always ready to help a beginner like me. I always considered him to be one of my RTTY Elmers, and instrumental in my continued passion for RTTY contesting and DX.

 

You will be missed, "desert rat"..

 

73,

 

Erik - K5WW

 

 

From: RTTY@groups.io [mailto:RTTY@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Cooper via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2019 4:37 PM
To: rttydigital@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] W6WRT SK

 

Hi all,

 

Very sad to learn that Bill W6WRT has become SK.

I saw the message from Dave AA6YQ on the DXLab group, but haven’t yet seen it posted here. I presume everyone has already heard?

 

This saddens me a lot, as I have had quite a few contacts with Bill on RTTY, and we exchanged a few personal emails too.

 

My sincere condolences to his family.

 

RIP Bill

 

73, Phil GU0SUP

Re: W6WRT SK

G. E. Janssens - K5WW
 

Thank you, Phil, even though it's bad news.

 

I am saddened to hear of Bill's passing. When I got started in RTTY, some 20 years ago, Bill was a fantastic source of good information and was always ready to help a beginner like me. I always considered him to be one of my RTTY Elmers, and instrumental in my continued passion for RTTY contesting and DX.

 

You will be missed, "desert rat"..

 

73,

 

Erik - K5WW

 

 

From: RTTY@groups.io [mailto:RTTY@groups.io] On Behalf Of Phil Cooper via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2019 4:37 PM
To: rttydigital@groups.io
Cc: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: [RTTY] W6WRT SK

 

Hi all,

 

Very sad to learn that Bill W6WRT has become SK.

I saw the message from Dave AA6YQ on the DXLab group, but haven’t yet seen it posted here. I presume everyone has already heard?

 

This saddens me a lot, as I have had quite a few contacts with Bill on RTTY, and we exchanged a few personal emails too.

 

My sincere condolences to his family.

 

RIP Bill

 

73, Phil GU0SUP

W6WRT SK

Phil Cooper
 

Hi all,

 

Very sad to learn that Bill W6WRT has become SK.

I saw the message from Dave AA6YQ on the DXLab group, but haven’t yet seen it posted here. I presume everyone has already heard?

 

This saddens me a lot, as I have had quite a few contacts with Bill on RTTY, and we exchanged a few personal emails too.

 

My sincere condolences to his family.

 

RIP Bill

 

73, Phil GU0SUP

DRCG-WW RTTY 2019 Results

Goetz DJ3IW
 

Hello RTTY contesters!

The results of the 2019 DRCG-WW RTTY Contest are online at:
http://www.drcg.de/_static/pdf/drcgww/DRCG_WW_RESULT_2019.pdf

The certificates for the deserving can be downloaded from:
http://www.drcg.de/drcgww/2019.html

73 de Goetz DJ3IW

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Another lively group last week with several regulars back in the fray.  Welcome back to Jake, KK6L who is getting active again.


Although there is the Ukrainian DX Digi contest this weekend, likely everyone in NA will be making the trek to the great outdoors for Field Day. 


Please join us for some mid-week keyboarding fun.  Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  21 Jun 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 20 Jun 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 +84 kHz up from the band edge   <--NOTE
-- 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

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

 

Another small group last week but a new call (and the top scorer for the week) is NS0R, a well known CWT call.  Welcome Morgan and hope to see you printing again.

 

Mixed in with a couple of well known CW tests is the Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY test.  So something for everyone.

 

Please join us for some mid-week keyboarding fun.  Here are the details for our usual Thursday evening (in NA)  get together.

Friday,  14 Jun 2019, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 13 Jun 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 +84 kHz up from the band edge   ßNOTE
-- 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

 

Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY Contest 2019

Vladimir Gordienko
 

  Dear Friends !

You are kindly invited to participate in annual Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY Contest 2019
on June 15-16, 12:00 UTC Saturday - 11:59 UTC Sunday,
80 m – 10 m, RTTY (45.45 baud rate).
The Rules 2019, List of Trophies 2019, Results of previous years and other are at:
 
http://urdxc.org/rtty/

  73 and GL !
  URDXC Committee

CTY-2909 Country Files - 08 June 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 08 June 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2909-08-june-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-08-june-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:

8 June 2019 (CTY-2909)
VER20190608, Version entity is Brazil, PY

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* GB0DAW and GB2DAW are both Shetland Islands, *GM/s
* BG9XD/7 is China, BY
* GB0DAW, GB2DAW and GB2OL are all Scotland, GM
* GB0ATM is Wales, GW
* NR5W is United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
* KK9N and WZ1Y are both United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
* K4WG, K7CS, KA4OTB, KF4AV, N6FS and W1PDI are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* K5AUP, KK9A, KN8U, W8HAP and WF9A are all United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
* KE7FJA and WH2K are both Hawaii, KH6
* KC1KPL, KF3L, KG7OUF and KN4HGD are all Alaska, KL
* LU3YA/V is Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* SV94MIKIS, SV94THEO, SX94MIKIS and SX94THEO are all Greece, SV
* R130S, R85AAL, RA9KD/6, RA9SGI/1, RT9K/6, RT9T/1, RT9T/3 and RZ9SZ/3
are all European Russia, UA
* RA/DF8DX is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
* R63RRC is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 32
* VE2KK and VE2TKH are both Canada, VE in CQ zone 2, ITU zone 4
* VK4VXX is in ITU zone 59, not ITU zone 58
* VK4VXX is in CQ zone 30, not CQ zone 29

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 4U500M in Vienna Intl Ctr, *4U1V
* XQ6UMR in Chile, CE
* EA8BFH/P in Canary Islands, EA8
* GB0BOC in Scotland, GM
* GB0GLV, GB0MPA and GB4MDI in Wales, GW
* IU8CEU/8CZ in Italy, I
* K7MKL and NP2L in United States, K
* K6GJS, KD0ZSP and KE7UAJ in Hawaii, KH6
* KB3VQE, N1HEN and N3QEH in Alaska, KL
* KD9MRY and KN4TNC in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU5QR/Q in Argentina, LU
* 4U500M in Austria, OE
* R1961AG, R1961GP, R1994YU, R1996VK, R2019DC, R2019DG, R9OM/6, R9XAU/6,
UE18DG and UE19DC in European Russia, UA
* R777AN in Kaliningrad, UA2
* R17 and RU9MV/0 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VA2RC, VE2EW and VE2PR in Canada, VE
* VK5MAV/6 and VK6MB/2 in Australia, VK
* VU3EBX in Lakshadweep Islands, VU7

73 - Jim AD1C

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

DX4WIN.CTY country file Release #19.9 - 08 June 2019

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 08 June 2019:

http://www.country-files.com/cty-2909-08-june-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-08-june-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:

8 June 2019 (CTY-2909)
VER20190608, Version entity is Brazil, PY

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* GB0DAW and GB2DAW are both Shetland Islands, *GM/s
* BG9XD/7 is China, BY
* GB0DAW, GB2DAW and GB2OL are all Scotland, GM
* GB0ATM is Wales, GW
* NR5W is United States, K in CQ zone 3, ITU zone 6
* KK9N and WZ1Y are both United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 7
* K4WG, K7CS, KA4OTB, KF4AV, N6FS and W1PDI are all United States, K in CQ zone 4, ITU zone 8
* K5AUP, KK9A, KN8U, W8HAP and WF9A are all United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
* KE7FJA and WH2K are both Hawaii, KH6
* KC1KPL, KF3L, KG7OUF and KN4HGD are all Alaska, KL
* LU3YA/V is Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* SV94MIKIS, SV94THEO, SX94MIKIS and SX94THEO are all Greece, SV
* R130S, R85AAL, RA9KD/6, RA9SGI/1, RT9K/6, RT9T/1, RT9T/3 and RZ9SZ/3
are all European Russia, UA
* RA/DF8DX is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 31
* R63RRC is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 18, ITU zone 32
* VE2KK and VE2TKH are both Canada, VE in CQ zone 2, ITU zone 4
* VK4VXX is in ITU zone 59, not ITU zone 58
* VK4VXX is in CQ zone 30, not CQ zone 29

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 4U500M in Vienna Intl Ctr, *4U1V
* XQ6UMR in Chile, CE
* EA8BFH/P in Canary Islands, EA8
* GB0BOC in Scotland, GM
* GB0GLV, GB0MPA and GB4MDI in Wales, GW
* IU8CEU/8CZ in Italy, I
* K7MKL and NP2L in United States, K
* K6GJS, KD0ZSP and KE7UAJ in Hawaii, KH6
* KB3VQE, N1HEN and N3QEH in Alaska, KL
* KD9MRY and KN4TNC in Puerto Rico, KP4
* LU5QR/Q in Argentina, LU
* 4U500M in Austria, OE
* R1961AG, R1961GP, R1994YU, R1996VK, R2019DC, R2019DG, R9OM/6, R9XAU/6,
UE18DG and UE19DC in European Russia, UA
* R777AN in Kaliningrad, UA2
* R17 and RU9MV/0 in Asiatic Russia, UA9
* VA2RC, VE2EW and VE2PR in Canada, VE
* VK5MAV/6 and VK6MB/2 in Australia, VK
* VU3EBX in Lakshadweep Islands, VU7

73 - Jim AD1C

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