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Tr : [CQ-Contest] EARTTY 2020 Next weekend 4/5 April

Dimitri F4DSK
 


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Objet : [CQ-Contest] EARTTY 2020 Next weekend 4/5 April

Hi guys.

I hope all enjoy during CQ WPX SSB 2020.

If you like digital modes (RTTY), Union de Radioaficionados Españoles (URE)
Invite you to participate in “EARTTY Contest 2020” next weekend 4/5 of
April, from 1600 UTC on Saturday until 1600 UTC on Sunday.

As you know Mults are USA, CANADA, JAPAN and AUSTRALIA zones (we hope your
participation guys) and Spanish Provinces.

Take a look at our Contest web site, with few interiristing informations:

- Rules: http://concursos.ure.es/en/eartty/bases/
- Announced Operations (PSE Include your):
http://concursos.ure.es/en/anuncios/
- Records: http://concursos.ure.es/en/eartty/records/
- Results 2019: http://concursos.ure.es/en/eartty/resultados/
- Public Logs (2014-2019): http://concursos.ure.es/en/logs-publicos/
- Historical Database: http://concursos.ure.es/en/eartty/database/

This contest is part of the Annual HF Championship organized by URE, only 6
HF Contests (this is the second, first was EAPSK63 last month) and you can
see the Ranking Online: http://concursos.ure.es/en/campeonato-de-hf/

Good Luck and Contest.

73  de  Jesus
*EC1KR*
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TS890 Keyed Upon Program Startup

James Brown
 

I have posted this to the writelog@... also

Still wrestling with the TS890 being keyed into xmit and the sidetone coming on and running constantly when writelog starts up.   The rig is keyed into xmit only if rig is in the cw mode, but the sidetone still comes on and runs constantly and is audible in all modes.

I posted on this yesterday, but did not realize that the rig was actually being keyed.  This was because I did not have the vox turned on, which is necessary to send cw.

I think there were a few suggestions posted, but somehow I managed to lose these, and cannot recall what they were.

It does not matter whether the paddle is plugged in or not.

Suggestions?


Jim   W4LC

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

A lively session last week, with several new calls in the mix.  Welcome to Eric, W3DQ with the always welcome DC mult.  Also welcome to Tom, KB5RF who is now active in both NS Sprints.  Welcome all!

 

The upcoming weekend looks to be all phone all the time with the CQ WPX SSB covering the weekend.  If you need your weekly digital fix please join us Thursday evening and keep the diddles warm.


The details for our little get together this week:

Friday,  27 Mar 2020, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 26 Mar  in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: Around 1805  (Last two to five 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

 

Preliminary Results NAQP RTTY February 2020 available at NCJ website

K6UFO Mark Aaker
 

Preliminary results for the February 2020 North American QSO Party 
on RTTY are now available at the National Contest Journal website.   
ncjweb.com   <http://ncjweb.com/>
  
Look for the column of "Recent Contest Results"
 
Congratulations to all participants! Please report any problems 
to me   k6ufo at arrl dot net   You can also still send me 
a photo or story which might make it to the final contest writeup. 
Final results will be published in an upcoming issue of the 
National Contest Journal. While you're there, enjoy the NCJ website, 
read some of the Feature Articles, and consider subscribing or 
renewing.
 
Our next NAQP - RTTY will be Saturday July 18, 2020.
 
Mark Aaker K6UFO
NAQP RTTY Contest Manager
k6ufo at arrl dot net

BARTG HF RTTY Contest W4UK

Jerry Flanders
 


Call: W4UK
Operator(s): W4UK
Station: W4UK
Class: SOAB-6 HP
QTH: SC
Operating Time (hrs): 6
Summary:
Band QSOs Countries Call Areas
-----------------------------------
80: 0
40: 146 14 11
20: 55 15 9
15: 0
10: 0
-----------------------------------
Total: 201 29 20 Continents = 4 Total Score = 39,396

Club: South East Contest Club

Comments:
Wire vertical

Posted using 3830 Score Submittal Forms at: http://www.3830scores.com/

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Pleased to work many of our regulars this last weekend.  For those of you who were active during the Real Sprint but don’t join us on Thursdays, drop by when you can and keep those sprint muscles tuned up!

 

For RTTY fun during the upcoming weekend, we have the BARTG HF RTTY test.  A slightly unusual exchange but hey, it’s RTTY!

 

So please join us Thursday evening and make sure everything is still in tip top shape.


The details for our little get together this week:

Friday,  20 Mar 2020, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 19 Mar  in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: Around 1805  (Last two to five 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


BARTG HF RTTY this weekend

Hank W6SX
 


This is always a fun contest. Good, non-cookie-cutter exchange:

RST ### TIME

N1MM+ users select Log Type BARTGSRTTY. (Caution, do not select BARTGRTTYS which is for BARTG Sprint.)

N1MM+ users use {TIME2} for time.

Contest Exuberantly,

Hank, W6SX

NS RTTY this Thursday (at (perhaps) a different local time!)

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Not a double digit week but some great scores.  If you had to fiddle with your clocks this past weekend, make yourself a yellow sticky note that reminds you that NS will be one hour later (local time) starting this week.  So if no one seems to be around when you start, take a break and resume things an hour later!

 

The upcoming weekend is the Real RTTY Sprint!  I’m sure all the regulars are ready as can be, but if you think you need a little tune up before the weekend drop by and make sure all is well.


The details for our little get together this week:

Friday,  13 Mar 2020, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 12 Mar  in NA)
-- 1845 - 1915 PDT
-- 2145 - 2215 EDT
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: Around 1805  (Last two to five 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

 

NA RTTY Sprint Next Weekend

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

Please join the semi-annual NA RTTY Sprint next Saturday evening, NA time (00-04 UTC, Sunday, 15 March).  Sprints are a lot of fun and don’t take much of our weekend.  They are even more fun with lots of participation, so be sure to jump in if you can.

 

Rules: https://ncjweb.com/Sprint-Rules.pdf

 

Team competition adds to the fun.  Teams of up to 5 single-ops each can be registered prior to the start of the contest: https://ncjweb.com/rttysprintteamreg/

 

After the contest, logs are uploaded at: https://ncjweb.com/sprintlogsubmit/

 

If you are intimidated by the format of the required frequency changing rule, just find a clear place and call CQ.  You’ll be in high demand by anyone who doesn’t have you in their log on that band!

 

There are two opportunities to practice this week prior to the weekend event.  This is a great way to check out your station hardware, software AND the operator!

 

  1. On Thursday night is the regular NCCC Sprint for 30 minutes starting at 0145 UTC Friday (Thursday night NA time).  For details, see: https://www.ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html
  2. On Friday night there will be a practice using the regular Sprint rules.  Operate as though the real event is going on.  Use 20, 40 or 80 meters as appropriate for propagation at that time at your location.  Starting time is 0200 UTC Saturday (Friday evening NA time) and goes for 30 minutes, until 0230 UTC.

 

73,

Ed W0YK

FW: YB DX RTTY Contest 2020 Invitation

Ed Muns, W0YK
 

FYI …

 

From: Karsono Suyanto <karsono.suyanto@...>
Sent: 09 March, 2020 18:14
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: YB DX RTTY Contest 2020 Invitation

 

Dear Contesters

YB DX RTTY Contest will be held on March 14, 2020 -> 00:00 UTC – 23:59 UTC (24 Hours)

We are inviting you to participate again in this contest.
The same rules as last year. Everyone works everyone, but you will get higher score if you successfully contact a station from Indonesia. You can find more details at https://rtty.ybdxcontest.com/

Softwares that is very useful in participating in this contest can be seen here https://rtty.ybdxcontest.com/software/

For those of you who have been participants in the past year, you can find the final results on https://rtty.ybdxcontest.com/score-database/

Some of the prizes being competed in the next contest can be seen at https://rtty.ybdxcontest.com/plaque-available/
If you want to become a sponsor of this contest, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

See you in the contest.

 

73,
Bobby – YB4GBN
Contest Manager

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

Smallish group last week.  Thanks to all for keeping the ether warmed up.  Note to the regulars:  I’m still fighting with the electric utility to fix my extreme noise problem.  No luck yet.

 

The upcoming weekend has the Open Ukraine RTTY test for your digital pleasure.  Of course the ARRL DX SSB is also on so you get your pick of modes.


The details for our little get together this week:

Friday,  6 Mar 2020, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 5 Mar  in NA)
-- 1745 - 1815 PST
-- 2045 - 2115 EST
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: Around 1805  (Last two to five 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

 

North American QSO Party, RTTY W4UK

Jerry Flanders
 


Call: W4UK
Operator(s): W4UK
Station: W4UK
Class: Single Op LP
QTH: SC
Operating Time (hrs): 9
Summary:
Band QSOs Mults
-------------------
80: 39 18
40: 178 39
20: 83 24
15: 0 0 0 0
-------------------
Total: 300 81 Total Score = 24,300

Club: South East Contest Club

CTY-3005 Country Files - 02 March 2020

Jim Reisert AD1C
 

The Country (CTY) Files were updated on 02 March 2020:

https://www.country-files.com/cty-3005-02-march-2020/

For installation instructions, start at:

https://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:

https://www.country-files.com/big-cty-02-march-2020/

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:

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

Here are the release notes:

2 March 2020 (CTY-3005)
VER20200302, Version entity is Albania, ZA

Added/changed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* IQ1QQ/9 is Sicily, *IT9
* AO15DXXE/8 is Canary Islands, EA8
* TX8A is New Caledonia, FK
* TO7DL is Reunion Island, FR
* TO0A is St. Martin, FS
* GB0GGR and GB5AG are both Scotland, GM
* WP4OFO is United States, K in CQ zone 5, ITU zone 8
* KG4NE is Guantanamo Bay, KG4
* K7ZOX and KC2CLQ are both Hawaii, KH6
* KH8S/NA6M is Swains Island, KH8/s
* KF7WVE is Alaska, KL
* KB0JRR, N4MMT and N4S are all Puerto Rico, KP4
* LR3D/D, LU5DQ/D, LU8YD/XA, LU9JMG/J and LW3EK/D are all Argentina, LU
* LT5V/V, LU1WFU/XA, LU8XW/XP and LU8YD/W are all Argentina, LU in ITU zone 16
* R108M, R120FL and R125RM are all European Russia, UA
* UD6AOP/0 is in ITU zone 25, not ITU zone 30
* UD6AOP/0 is in CQ zone 19, not CQ zone 17
* R207RRC is Asiatic Russia, UA9 in CQ zone 19, ITU zone 25

Removed Entities/Prefixes/Callsigns:

* 3D2AG/P in Rotuma Island, 3D2/r
* EA1RCI/KD in Spain, EA
* EA8BFH/P in Canary Islands, EA8
* GS4WAB/P in Scotland, GM
* K4LPQ and KG6MC in United States, K
* K4XS in Hawaii, KH6
* W8S in Swains Island, KH8/s
* KF7GKY in Alaska, KL
* K8RF in US Virgin Islands, KP2
* LU4DQ/V in Argentina, LU
* R100MTK, R2020NY, RA20NY, RC20NY, RG20NY, RK20NY, RO20NY, RT20NY,
RT9T/1, RW20NY and RZ9OL/3/P in European Russia, UA
* R100KM, RK4PA/9, RL20NY, RM20NY, RN20NY, RU20NY, RX20NY, RZ20NY,
RZ5D/0, RZ5D/8 and RZ5D/9 in Asiatic Russia, UA9

73 - Jim AD1C

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

NS RTTY this Thursday

Ken K6MR
 

Greetings Diddlers:

A nice double digit group last week.  All we need now is a little 20 meters to give everyone a boost.

 

The upcoming weekend brings the NAQP RTTY test.  Not sure if things are ready for the weekend?  Please join us Thursday evening and make sure everything is ready to go.

The details for our little get together this week:

Friday,  28 Feb 2020, 0145Z - 0215Z (Thursday, 27 Feb  in NA)
-- 1745 - 1815 PST
-- 2045 - 2115 EST
-- (others in-between those two)
-- 160: Around 1805  (Last two to five 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


Please join us for NAQP RTTY on Saturday February 29

K6UFO Mark Aaker
 

The North American QSO Party on RTTY will be Saturday February 29. 
The friendly exchange is a Name and State (or Province or Country). 
Five bands, 10m to 80m RTTY. QSOs and Multipliers count again each band! 
 
Rules, records, and past results at the National Contest Journal website: 
<http://ncjweb.com/>  http://ncjweb.com/  
Party-time is Saturday 1800 UTC to Sunday 0600 UTC. 
  Eastern-time that's Saturday afternoon 1PM to Sunday 1AM. 
  Pacific-time that's Saturday morning 10AM to 10PM. 
 
Any group of friends can form a Team of two to five single-operators. 
Register your Team before the contest at the "Team Registration" link: 
<http://ncjweb.com/rttynaqpteamreg/> http://ncjweb.com/rttynaqpteamreg/ 
 
RTTY Practice is available on Thursday and Friday nights: 
 
Thursday night is the regular Thursday night RTTY NS Sprint.
This follows the North American Sprint exchanges and rules. 
Friday 0145 UTC, Thursday 8:45PM EST, 5:45PM PST, for 30 minutes. 
See: <http://ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html> http://ncccsprint.com/rttyns.html 
 
Friday night is for NAQP RTTY Practice. 
Saturday 0200 UTC, Friday 9PM EST, 6PM PST, for 30 minutes. 
Call "CQ NA" and practice your NAQP exchanges and logging. 
Frequencies: 14080, 7080, and 3580 kHz and up. 
 
Then, NAQP RTTY starts Saturday morning, 1800 UTC.  
 
Suggested RTTY Contest Frequencies: 
28.080 - 28.100 MHz
21.080 - 21.100 MHz
14.080 - 14.150 please avoid the NCDXF Beacon at 14.100 MHz
7.080 - 7.125 and "go low" 7.025 - 7.080 please avoid CW QSOs and FT8 at 7.074 MHz
3.580 - 3.600 and "go low" 3.525 - 3.600 please avoid CW QSOs and FT8 at 3.573 MHz
 
I welcome any photos and stories of your operation, they make the results more interesting. 
 
See you on RTTY, Saturday February 29! 
 
Mark Aaker K6UFO 
NAQP RTTY Contest Manager 
k6ufo at arrl dot net 
 

Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

Dave NT9E
 

I am a recent convert to N1MM+ RTTY contesting.

My regular software (Digital Engine)  caused me a day and 1/2 delay because it would not output serial numbers correctly so I had to do something to enter the contest. I tried N1MM+ with the MMVARI (Digital Engine uses MMVARI) interface and I was able to continue albeit a little late. I was able to start the contest at about 1300 CST Saturday afternoon with no trouble for the rest of the contest.

I will be using it for every RTTY contest from now on.

--

Dave Whaley NT9E
http://www.nt9e.com



--
Dave NT9E

Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

David G3YYD
 

Using 2Tone is easier as it has so many less variables to set up than MMTTY as well as using less screen area.

 

A PowerPoint guide is available here https://1drv.ms/p/s!AqLRx87H3x2jgvtz_eouUH6XLLqreQ?e=3FRfWo This is on OneDrive and shows how to set up N1MM with 2Tone mainly in screen shots making it very easy to understand.

 

2Tone itself is downloadable from here: https://www.rttycontesting.com/downloads/2tone/ download 16.11a being the latest version.

 

73 David G3YYD

From: RTTY@groups.io [mailto:RTTY@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeff AC0C
Sent: 19 February 2020 20:54
To: RTTY@groups.io
Subject: Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

 

A beginner should take the path of least trouble.  Just use MMTTY.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
www.ac0c.com
 
 

On 2/19/20 1:20 PM, Dimitri F4DSK wrote:

Hi,

 

I think that his question was what's our opinion about differents software to use with N1MM for RTTY (MMTTY, 2Tone, MMVARI, FLdigi...).

 

73 de Dimitri F4DSK 

 

 

 

Envoyé depuis mon smartphone Samsung Galaxy.

-------- Message d'origine --------

De : K6UFO Mark Aaker <k6ufo@...>

Date : 19/02/2020 19:55 (GMT+01:00)

Objet : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

 

"N1MM Logger+ RTTY Quickstart Guide"
at rttycontesting.com


https://www.rttycontesting.com/tutorials/n1mm/plus/

Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

Jeff AC0C
 

Sorry, my meaning is the combo for getting started in contesting is N1MM + MMTTY.  There are other RTTY engines that can be used but using MMTTY is the default setup and works FB.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
www.ac0c.com

On 2/19/20 3:44 PM, Peter N5UWY wrote:
On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 2:54 PM Jeff AC0C <keepwalking188@...> wrote:
A beginner should take the path of least trouble. Just use MMTTY.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
I think I'd agree. Seems like it did serial numbers and also maybe
some rudimentary call/respond macro handling? It's not a contesting
program by any means, but it's not PC-PAKRATT either. I think I only
contested with it "raw" a time or two ~15 years ago then found N1MM
(after finding WF1B RTTY wasn't really a thing any more). But yeah.
I use it through something else all the time now but there is quite a
bit of value in running at least one contest with the raw MMTTY before
layering other stuff on.

Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

Peter N5UWY
 

On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 2:54 PM Jeff AC0C <keepwalking188@...> wrote:

A beginner should take the path of least trouble. Just use MMTTY.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie

I think I'd agree. Seems like it did serial numbers and also maybe
some rudimentary call/respond macro handling? It's not a contesting
program by any means, but it's not PC-PAKRATT either. I think I only
contested with it "raw" a time or two ~15 years ago then found N1MM
(after finding WF1B RTTY wasn't really a thing any more). But yeah.
I use it through something else all the time now but there is quite a
bit of value in running at least one contest with the raw MMTTY before
layering other stuff on.


--
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!

Re: RE : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

Jeff AC0C
 

A beginner should take the path of least trouble.  Just use MMTTY.

73/jeff/ac0c
alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
www.ac0c.com


On 2/19/20 1:20 PM, Dimitri F4DSK wrote:

Hi,

I think that his question was what's our opinion about differents software to use with N1MM for RTTY (MMTTY, 2Tone, MMVARI, FLdigi...).

73 de Dimitri F4DSK 



Envoyé depuis mon smartphone Samsung Galaxy.
-------- Message d'origine --------
De : K6UFO Mark Aaker <k6ufo@...>
Date : 19/02/2020 19:55 (GMT+01:00)
Objet : Re: [RTTY] N1MM+ RTTY

"N1MM Logger+ RTTY Quickstart Guide"
at rttycontesting.com


https://www.rttycontesting.com/tutorials/n1mm/plus/