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Re: logger32

Tim Richardson
 

Pat,

The FT-747GX manual, page 26, shows the following:

Baud rate=4800
Start Bit=1
Data Bits=8
Stop Bits=2
Parity=None

The FT-747GX has TTL data levels and used the Yaesu FIF-232C interface between the transceiver and the computer's RS-232 port.


https://www.qrzcq.com/pub/RADIO_MANUALS/YAESU/YAESU--FT-747GX-User-Manual.pdf

73,

Tim WS4V

On 2020/02/10 10:01, Landri50@... wrote:
Hello my name is pat. I've been working on logger32 with windows 10 for a week. But no luck getting to work. The program installed fine. I am trying to connect From my FT-747GX to my computer with windows 10.
setup Radio 1
Com port = 4
Baudrate = 9600
Radiio     = FT-747
Data bits = 8
stop bits  = 1
party        = none
When I connect it shows connected to com 4
On my radio Cat keeps flashing. I don't show any  frequency and I can't get the controls to do anything.
I would appreciate any help.
Thanks Pat

Re: logger32

ja1nlx
 

and stop bits=2

73

On 2020/02/10 10:09, ja1nlx via Groups.Io wrote:

Pat

Try baudrate 4800 instead of 9600.

73

On 2020/02/10 10:01, Landri50@... wrote:
Hello my name is pat. I've been working on logger32 with windows 10 for a week. But no luck getting to work. The program installed fine. I am trying to connect From my FT-747GX to my computer with windows 10. 
setup Radio 1
Com port = 4
Baudrate = 9600
Radiio     = FT-747
Data bits = 8
stop bits  = 1
party        = none
When I connect it shows connected to com 4
On my radio Cat keeps flashing. I don't show any  frequency and I can't get the controls to do anything.
I would appreciate any help.
Thanks Pat
--
73 de aki
JA1NLX
--
73 de aki
JA1NLX

Re: logger32

ja1nlx
 

Pat

Try baudrate 4800 instead of 9600.

73

On 2020/02/10 10:01, Landri50@... wrote:
Hello my name is pat. I've been working on logger32 with windows 10 for a week. But no luck getting to work. The program installed fine. I am trying to connect From my FT-747GX to my computer with windows 10. 
setup Radio 1
Com port = 4
Baudrate = 9600
Radiio     = FT-747
Data bits = 8
stop bits  = 1
party        = none
When I connect it shows connected to com 4
On my radio Cat keeps flashing. I don't show any  frequency and I can't get the controls to do anything.
I would appreciate any help.
Thanks Pat
--
73 de aki
JA1NLX

logger32

Landri50@...
 

Hello my name is pat. I've been working on logger32 with windows 10 for a week. But no luck getting to work. The program installed fine. I am trying to connect From my FT-747GX to my computer with windows 10. 
setup Radio 1
Com port = 4
Baudrate = 9600
Radiio     = FT-747
Data bits = 8
stop bits  = 1
party        = none
When I connect it shows connected to com 4
On my radio Cat keeps flashing. I don't show any  frequency and I can't get the controls to do anything.
I would appreciate any help.
Thanks Pat

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Bob
 

... and if you want to see Logger32 in a bowl of spaghetti, check out this configuration. SeventyThree(s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8dzvJu-wAs

On February 9, 2020 at 11:25 AM "Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF" <4z1uf@...> wrote:

Mainly historical reasons...Now, after realizing that L32 can work with WSJT w/o additional ports- only the spare port for PanAdaptor...otherwise you'll tell me L32 can work with some Pan Adaptor directly.
73,
Ilya

 

Re: LogPrint crashed

Jim Hargrave
 

Logprint is available at

http://www.logger32.net/Utilities

 

Jim – w5ifp-

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bob Schofield
Sent: Sunday, February 9, 2020 12:32 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] LogPrint crashed

 

I am a Logger32 user and have been using it since at least 1998 or 1999.  I've never used the Logprint feature, but I just had a local amateur who knows I use Logger32 ask if I could help him with setting up Logprint.

I went and had a look, and in one place I read that Logprint comes as a zip file with Logger32.  I just had a look through my Logger32 directory and do not see it there.

Do I have to down load Logprint from the web and could you give me a few tips on how to set this up to work with Logger32.  I think if I can get at least started, I should be able to figure more of it out with the help file.  I assume it comes with a help fie.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Bob/VE1RSM

Re: LogPrint crashed

Bob
 

Try  https://www.logger32.net/utilities.html#.XkBSZuTsaCg  SeventyThree(s).

On February 9, 2020 at 1:31 PM Bob Schofield <ve1rsm@...> wrote:

I am a Logger32 user and have been using it since at least 1998 or 1999.  I've never used the Logprint feature, but I just had a local amateur who knows I use Logger32 ask if I could help him with setting up Logprint.

I went and had a look, and in one place I read that Logprint comes as a zip file with Logger32.  I just had a look through my Logger32 directory and do not see it there.

Do I have to down load Logprint from the web and could you give me a few tips on how to set this up to work with Logger32.  I think if I can get at least started, I should be able to figure more of it out with the help file.  I assume it comes with a help fie.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Bob/VE1RSM

 

Re: LogPrint crashed

Bob Schofield
 

I am a Logger32 user and have been using it since at least 1998 or 1999.  I've never used the Logprint feature, but I just had a local amateur who knows I use Logger32 ask if I could help him with setting up Logprint.

I went and had a look, and in one place I read that Logprint comes as a zip file with Logger32.  I just had a look through my Logger32 directory and do not see it there.

Do I have to down load Logprint from the web and could you give me a few tips on how to set this up to work with Logger32.  I think if I can get at least started, I should be able to figure more of it out with the help file.  I assume it comes with a help fie.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Bob/VE1RSM

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Mike
 

WOW…

 

And I just wanted to keep track of my QSO’s

 

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bob
Sent: Sunday, February 09, 2020 11:48 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

 

In addition to the CAT serial port, there is an echo port and a slave port. 

 

The echo port simply sends (it doesn't listen ... like my 4th XYL) frequency to an external device - like an amplifier, or band switch. The message format is user configurable ... for example you can have an Icom radio connected to the CAT and send Yeasu format messages to your amplifier, and the amplifier will follow your radio.

 

The slave port is for connecting another receiver or transceiver. One possible use is to connect a cheap SDR (with pretty must have eye candy) to your main boat anchor transceiver. The slave port follows the frequency and mode of the main radio. Like the echo port, the message format of the slave is user configurable. You could have an Icom transceiver connected to the CAT and connect the slave port to an SDR that looks like a Kenwood. Because different radios have different have different modes (maybe one has PKT-USB and the other has DATA-U, the user can map modes so that the slave follows correctly. Unlike the echo port, the slave port is bidirectional (it can listen and talk - like my new XYL). So, you can control the main radio frequency/mode from the slave.

 

SeventyThree(s).. 

On February 9, 2020 at 11:25 AM "Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF" <4z1uf@...> wrote:

Mainly historical reasons...Now, after realizing that L32 can work with WSJT w/o additional ports- only the spare port for PanAdaptor...otherwise you'll tell me L32 can work with some Pan Adaptor directly.
73,
Ilya


 

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Bob
 

In addition to the CAT serial port, there is an echo port and a slave port. 

The echo port simply sends (it doesn't listen ... like my 4th XYL) frequency to an external device - like an amplifier, or band switch. The message format is user configurable ... for example you can have an Icom radio connected to the CAT and send Yeasu format messages to your amplifier, and the amplifier will follow your radio.

The slave port is for connecting another receiver or transceiver. One possible use is to connect a cheap SDR (with pretty must have eye candy) to your main boat anchor transceiver. The slave port follows the frequency and mode of the main radio. Like the echo port, the message format of the slave is user configurable. You could have an Icom transceiver connected to the CAT and connect the slave port to an SDR that looks like a Kenwood. Because different radios have different have different modes (maybe one has PKT-USB and the other has DATA-U, the user can map modes so that the slave follows correctly. Unlike the echo port, the slave port is bidirectional (it can listen and talk - like my new XYL). So, you can control the main radio frequency/mode from the slave.

SeventyThree(s).. 

On February 9, 2020 at 11:25 AM "Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF" <4z1uf@...> wrote:

Mainly historical reasons...Now, after realizing that L32 can work with WSJT w/o additional ports- only the spare port for PanAdaptor...otherwise you'll tell me L32 can work with some Pan Adaptor directly.
73,
Ilya

 

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
 

Mainly historical reasons...Now, after realizing that L32 can work with WSJT w/o additional ports- only the spare port for PanAdaptor...otherwise you'll tell me L32 can work with some Pan Adaptor directly.
73,
Ilya

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Bob
 

I didn't know what LPB2 was, so I Googled it. Now I think I know what it is, but I don't know why you need it.

When you have just Logger32 and the radio, Logger32 controls the radio. Simple. When you want to run WSJT/JTDD, click the menu in Logger32. Logger32 turns off radio control, starts WSJT/JTDX. WSJT/JTDX takes control of the radio and passes frequency information to Logger32 by the UDP messages. Click the menu in Logger32 to stop WSJT/JTDX and WSJT/JTDX is stopped, Logger32 takes control of the radio and switches the radio back to the frequency/mode it was on before this silliness started. Or start the Logger32 CW Machine, WSJT/JTDX closes, Logger32 assumes radio control.

What is the extra software for? SeventyThree(s).

On February 8, 2020 at 10:38 AM "Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF" <4z1uf@...> wrote:

I have the Help file;
Logger32 already works nicely with my radio through LPB2
Struggling with  adding WSJT to the configuration.... Will try the JTDX, simply even didn't know it exists (I'm mainly the CW guy).

Thanks so far,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

 

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Darren Collins (G0TSM)
 

Cool, I was about to reply, well done.

73 Darren G0TSM

On 08/02/20 15:48, Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF wrote:
Darren,
it just works.

Thanks a lot!

73,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
 

Darren,
it just works.

Thanks a lot!

73,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
 

Darren,
 as I understood from above, L32 doesn't work with OmniRig!? In the above configuration you mated all of the stuff together?

73,
Ilya

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
 

I have the Help file;
Logger32 already works nicely with my radio through LPB2
Struggling with  adding WSJT to the configuration.... Will try the JTDX, simply even didn't know it exists (I'm mainly the CW guy).

Thanks so far,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

Re: LogPrint crashed

Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
 

Thanks a lot, Villi.
 I didn't use ANY decimal yet, but at least  now it works and I'll keep trying to  create  some different labels (mainly because mine Avery 5160 is different from the one in the L32:-) )

73,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Darren Collins (G0TSM)
 

I use Omni-Rig between LPB2 and JTDX.

FTDX5K >> LPB2

LPB2 >> L32
LPB2 >> Omni-Rig (CW Skimmer & JTDX)
LPB2 >> NaP3

In JTDX I select Omni-Rig 1 as the radio, I presume this is the same in WSJT-X.


73 Darren G0TSM



On 08/02/20 14:54, Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF wrote:
So, gentlemen, is is possible to mate all three: radio (FTDX5k), L32 and WSJT? From written above I understand it could be done by using the UDP, please explain how to configure it.

I have exactly the same setup as Jim, including LPB2 and "I was able to do prior to this."

73,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

Re: LBP2 - Na3P - WSJT-X

Bob
 

It is a three step process:

1) Google GITHUB LOGGER32 and download the latest Help file in your preferred format.
2) Configure Logger32 and your radio
3) Add WSJT to the configuration

SeventyThree(s).

PS. I strongly recommend you use JTDX in preference to WSJT.

On February 8, 2020 at 9:54 AM "Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF" <4z1uf@...> wrote:

So, gentlemen, is is possible to mate all three: radio (FTDX5k), L32 and WSJT? From written above I understand it could be done by using the UDP, please explain how to configure it.

I have exactly the same setup as Jim, including LPB2 and "I was able to do prior to this."

73,
Ilya, 4Z1UF

 

Re: LogPrint crashed

Vilhjalmur Sigurjonsson
 

Ilya,

I have always found the Logprint to be very sensitive, so to speak, but when it runs it is very good, hi.

What are you using for the decimal symbol in your computer? It must be a period (.) if not the logprint crashes.

The settings are kept in the LogPrint.ini file in the Logprint directory, you can harvest from that for a fresh installation or you can rename the ini file and then copy portions from it to the new file that is made automatically, until you find out what gives the trouble.

GL de Villi
TF3VS

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ilya Zozin,4Z1UF
Sent: laugardagur, 8. febrúar 2020 14:23
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] LogPrint crashed

 

 I was playing with Custom label design and at some stage LogPrint crashed. Now every time I'm trying to "preview" my design I'm getting "Run-time error 13: Type mismatch".
Shutting down and re-start does not help.

Also, is it possible to access the "default" label design, change couple of things and save it under the "custom design", instead of creating it from scratch?

Thanks,
Ilya, 4Z1UF