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Re: Flag the log for LOTW

Jim Hargrave
 

Gerard,

 

See: Logger32 Help file Section:  “Tips, Tricks and Troubleshooting” Paragraph 1.13.

This is a procedure for first time submittal and sets up Logger32 to automatically flag future QSOs.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of gerard harbonnier
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2018 4:24 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Flag the log for LOTW

 

Hi,

I never used LOTW up to now.
So my QSO are not flagged for LOTW.
I know how to flag an individual QSO, but is it possible to flag the entire log??

Thanks for help.
Gerard, F6EEQ


Re: Flag the log for LOTW

F6EEQ
 

Thanks a lot.


Re: Flag the log for LOTW

Vilhjalmur Sigurjonsson
 

Gerald,

The easiest way is to:

Export the log as an ADIF file (File | Export Logs | ADIF)

Make a new logbook (File | Change Logbook | Write new name in the Logbook field).

Import the ADIF file into the new Logbook (File | Import Logs | ADIF) and check the square to „Flag QSOs for LoTW export file“

… And you are all set.

This is good anyway to have a total ADIF backup before doing something big as marking every QSO for something, hi.

Then  you can use Rick‘s L32LogSync to export and import the info from LoTW.

73 es gl de Villi TF3VS

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of gerard harbonnier
Sent: laugardagur, 17. nóvember 2018 10:24
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Flag the log for LOTW

 

Hi,

I never used LOTW up to now.
So my QSO are not flagged for LOTW.
I know how to flag an individual QSO, but is it possible to flag the entire log??

Thanks for help.
Gerard, F6EEQ


Flag the log for LOTW

F6EEQ
 

Hi,

I never used LOTW up to now.
So my QSO are not flagged for LOTW.
I know how to flag an individual QSO, but is it possible to flag the entire log??

Thanks for help.
Gerard, F6EEQ


Re: Lost QSO's...

Jim Dawson
 

No, they're still gone. But thanks.


Re: Lost QSO's...

Jim Hargrave
 

Jim,

Are you sure they are gone?

 

Try this:

1)      Select: Tools > Database maintenance > Reformat QSO numbers.

2)      Click on the DATE header in the Logbook pane. This sorts QSOs by date.

 

Are your missing QSOs now visible?

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Dawson
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 9:39 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost QSO's...

 

I've been using Logger32 all day along with periodically WSJT-X. About 3:30 this afternoon I left to go to my son's house and left everything as it was. When I returned L32 and WSJT was gone from the computer screen. I restarted L32 and the last 5 or 6 QSO's are missing from the log. I have no idea what happened or how to get them back. Fortunately they weren't new countries but still irritating. 

I just want to know how to prevent it in the future. I haven't figured out how to back up the log without quitting L32 or I'd do it periodically.

Thanks for any suggestions,
Jim - K9DD


Re: Lost QSO's...

Jim Dawson
 

Thanks, that will prevent future mishaps.

Jim - K9DD


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

G4RRM Pete
 

Hi Jim

 

Thanks for the info, I’ll take a look later and download the help file.

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Hargrave
Sent: 10 November 2018 14:10
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 


Re: Logger 32 and QRZ Lookup

Jerzy Smietanski SP9AUV
 

Hello Jim !
Alternativy you can try my BUREAU_ALL_QRZ_COM.exe  what do :
1. working with 4 serves (choiced) also with QRZ.COM in a html version , what is free
2.In field QSL_Via do corect this field , also when user write there nonsence data.
   Not needed any corect then .
   This corrected QSL_Via you can write directly on a QSL card .

3.Check if for country for callsignal is present QSL Bureau
4.Work very quickly , because download only data , not picture .

You can download it from
 http://sp9auv.com/EN/index.html?downloading_programs_cooperating_with_logger32.php

                          Vy 73 de Jerzy  SP9AUV
                               http://sp9auv.com/EN

Invite all user to my discussion forum
                  http://sp9auv.com/fudforum
 


W dniu 2018-11-08 o 14:53, Jim Dawson pisze:
I tried HamQTH and although it works well, I subscribed to QRZ last night. Yesterday alone,  I logged 8 stations that were not in the HamQTH database but were in QRZ. I like free, but useful is also a consideration.

Jim - K9DD



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Re: Lost QSO's...

n5kd
 

Jim,
Select the icon at the top left of the screen, “Zip databases and Logbook”.
In the pop-up box, select Schedule.
You can tell it when to backup. I do it every QSO and on Shutdown.
73’ Pete, N5KD.

Sent from my mobile

On Nov 10, 2018, at 21:38, Jim Dawson <jdawson@...> wrote:

I've been using Logger32 all day along with periodically WSJT-X. About 3:30 this afternoon I left to go to my son's house and left everything as it was. When I returned L32 and WSJT was gone from the computer screen. I restarted L32 and the last 5 or 6 QSO's are missing from the log. I have no idea what happened or how to get them back. Fortunately they weren't new countries but still irritating. 

I just want to know how to prevent it in the future. I haven't figured out how to back up the log without quitting L32 or I'd do it periodically.

Thanks for any suggestions,
Jim - K9DD


Lost QSO's...

Jim Dawson
 

I've been using Logger32 all day along with periodically WSJT-X. About 3:30 this afternoon I left to go to my son's house and left everything as it was. When I returned L32 and WSJT was gone from the computer screen. I restarted L32 and the last 5 or 6 QSO's are missing from the log. I have no idea what happened or how to get them back. Fortunately they weren't new countries but still irritating. 

I just want to know how to prevent it in the future. I haven't figured out how to back up the log without quitting L32 or I'd do it periodically.

Thanks for any suggestions,
Jim - K9DD


Re: Icom 7610 mode change commands

Dave Colliau
 

I have a file somewhere if I can find it that I made for the 7610 when I had it and yes you can set a macro to make the rig qsy to USB D mode. Give me a bit and I will look for it . I know I do have the spot commands to make the 7610 qsy ,split and make vfo b the main vfo so you can actually do it right and have the availability to listen to your transmit freq to bust a pileup without having to hit a bunch of buttons or the touch screen.

I had a ball with the PROIII, 7600 the 7610 and my 7300 playing with the RCP and macros. Too bad the 7610 failed me . Both of them !. I com has some of the best and most extensive cat commands out there.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 3:22 PM Gary <wa3nwl@...> wrote:

The Icom 7610 has been out now for a  short time and at the risk of redundancy I wonder if anyone knows HOW TO or WHERE TO input the necessary codes, which I believe are binary output, determined by the mode requested/selected in the bands/modes table, that will allow the ICOM 7610 to change mode to the USB-D1 mode. 

The current CAT command sets in the program for the ICOM 7610  have only allowed  switching to CW. RTTY, USB.

I have been unable to switch to the USB-D1 mode via Band/Mode selections. The USB-D1 mode in the 7610 is a radio mode for directing the internal audio from the radio to a desired output for AFSK and other digital Audio modes. The purpose is to allow audio from the ICOM 7610 internal audio sound device to modulate the radio via a designated port while closing and preventing audio that could be produced inadvertently and modulating the radio from the MIC input, USB, etc..

Perhaps this bridge has been crossed in the forum and there is a simple solution/ The USB-D1 entry is accepted in the bands/mode table of the band/mode setup as is the DATA label but the ICOM 7610 does not switch to the USB-D1 mode.

Most all other CAT functions perform and will switch the mode per the band plan to the data entry window but does not switch the radio mode.

Best 73 to all de  Gary W3GLD


Icom 7610 mode change commands

Gary
 

The Icom 7610 has been out now for a  short time and at the risk of redundancy I wonder if anyone knows HOW TO or WHERE TO input the necessary codes, which I believe are binary output, determined by the mode requested/selected in the bands/modes table, that will allow the ICOM 7610 to change mode to the USB-D1 mode. 

The current CAT command sets in the program for the ICOM 7610  have only allowed  switching to CW. RTTY, USB.

I have been unable to switch to the USB-D1 mode via Band/Mode selections. The USB-D1 mode in the 7610 is a radio mode for directing the internal audio from the radio to a desired output for AFSK and other digital Audio modes. The purpose is to allow audio from the ICOM 7610 internal audio sound device to modulate the radio via a designated port while closing and preventing audio that could be produced inadvertently and modulating the radio from the MIC input, USB, etc..

Perhaps this bridge has been crossed in the forum and there is a simple solution/ The USB-D1 entry is accepted in the bands/mode table of the band/mode setup as is the DATA label but the ICOM 7610 does not switch to the USB-D1 mode.

Most all other CAT functions perform and will switch the mode per the band plan to the data entry window but does not switch the radio mode.

Best 73 to all de  Gary W3GLD


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Dave Colliau
 

I have JTDX but I went back to WSTJ-X when the Baker Howland guys were on as JTDX didnt support the Dxpedition mode. Now I see it does so time to play again especially since its all white outside and looks just like winter ;( .

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 12:06 PM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Dave, Good Job…

I have a setup for testing WSJT, but prefer to operate using JTDX with Logger32.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 10:51 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Jim apparently I had everything set up in the UDP window but I didnt know about the cat stuff. I will get the new help file today ! By the way I used WSJT-X hound mode and worked VP6D from 12 down to 160 on FT-8 . I never heard them on 10 meters and when I worked them on 160 they were not using the dxpedition mode ? It was fun .

Thanks and 73

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 10:50 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Dave,

You can setup the radio for JT configuration when you open JT and have it revert to normal when you close JT. It’s all covered in section 5 of the UDP  bandmap in the latest Logger32 help file posted this week..

 

It’s a work in progress. More capability is forthcoming in the next autoupdate.

Enjoy..

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:24 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Thats great information Jim. I didnt realize this was happening :).

I had a logging Issue this morning and got that figured out and now I will try running from the UDP window and see what the cat port does. Bob keep up the great work.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 9:10 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

 

 


 


 

 

 


 


 

 



 


 


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Jim Hargrave
 

Dave, Good Job…

I have a setup for testing WSJT, but prefer to operate using JTDX with Logger32.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 10:51 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Jim apparently I had everything set up in the UDP window but I didnt know about the cat stuff. I will get the new help file today ! By the way I used WSJT-X hound mode and worked VP6D from 12 down to 160 on FT-8 . I never heard them on 10 meters and when I worked them on 160 they were not using the dxpedition mode ? It was fun .

Thanks and 73

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 10:50 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Dave,

You can setup the radio for JT configuration when you open JT and have it revert to normal when you close JT. It’s all covered in section 5 of the UDP  bandmap in the latest Logger32 help file posted this week..

 

It’s a work in progress. More capability is forthcoming in the next autoupdate.

Enjoy..

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:24 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Thats great information Jim. I didnt realize this was happening :).

I had a logging Issue this morning and got that figured out and now I will try running from the UDP window and see what the cat port does. Bob keep up the great work.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 9:10 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

 

 


 


 

 

 


 


 


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Dave Colliau
 

Jim apparently I had everything set up in the UDP window but I didnt know about the cat stuff. I will get the new help file today ! By the way I used WSJT-X hound mode and worked VP6D from 12 down to 160 on FT-8 . I never heard them on 10 meters and when I worked them on 160 they were not using the dxpedition mode ? It was fun .

Thanks and 73

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 10:50 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Dave,

You can setup the radio for JT configuration when you open JT and have it revert to normal when you close JT. It’s all covered in section 5 of the UDP  bandmap in the latest Logger32 help file posted this week..

 

It’s a work in progress. More capability is forthcoming in the next autoupdate.

Enjoy..

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:24 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Thats great information Jim. I didnt realize this was happening :).

I had a logging Issue this morning and got that figured out and now I will try running from the UDP window and see what the cat port does. Bob keep up the great work.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 9:10 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

 

 


 


 

 



 


 


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Jim Hargrave
 

Dave,

You can setup the radio for JT configuration when you open JT and have it revert to normal when you close JT. It’s all covered in section 5 of the UDP  bandmap in the latest Logger32 help file posted this week..

 

It’s a work in progress. More capability is forthcoming in the next autoupdate.

Enjoy..

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave Colliau
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:24 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Thats great information Jim. I didnt realize this was happening :).

I had a logging Issue this morning and got that figured out and now I will try running from the UDP window and see what the cat port does. Bob keep up the great work.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 9:10 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

 

 


 


 


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Dave Colliau
 

Thats great information Jim. I didnt realize this was happening :).

I had a logging Issue this morning and got that figured out and now I will try running from the UDP window and see what the cat port does. Bob keep up the great work.

Dave N8DC

On November 10, 2018 at 9:10 AM Jim Hargrave <w5ifp@...> wrote:

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

 



 


 


Re: Lost CAT Connection in FT8

Jim Hargrave
 

Pete,

Having a separate Logger32ini for JTDX/WSJT is no longer necessary. Bob has integrated the 2 programs.

You can open/close the JT programs from the UDP Bandmap.

By setting Logger32 to receive frequency from JT, Logger32 will close the radio cat  port, shifting CAT to the JT program.

 

I would highly recommend you download the latest Logger32 Help file and go through the latest setup recommendations. Aki has done a tremendous job of documenting the JT setup.

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Walker
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:10 AM
To: Logger32 (hamlogger@groups.io) <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Lost CAT Connection in FT8

 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 


Lost CAT Connection in FT8

G4RRM Pete
 

Hi All

 

I’m puzzled with this.

 

I have two configurations of Logger (2nd INI file), one for SSB,CW and RTTY etc, and another that runs with WSJT for FT8.

When I tried to run FT8 today the CAT wont connect to either HF or VHF and WSJT throws up the Reconfigure radio window!

 

Nothing has changed here, if I try to run my standard Logger 32 session it sees the rigs fine and so does N1MM so I know the settings are good and they are identical in the L32/WSJT configuration.

As soon as I open the WSJT window the re-config radio window opens!!

 

Has something changed in the linking of the two programs? Has anyone else seen this problem?

 

73

Pete

G4RRM

 

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