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Re: Atomic Clock

Bob
 

A very pretty picture. What is the bug? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/27/2021 3:01 PM Marcos Lima via groups.io <py1me@...> wrote:
 
 
Hello there,
 
I discovery a little bug. 
In Get atomic Clock Time Window
The setup options d'ont work.
see picture in anexo
 
I using Ver. 4,0,244
 
73
 
Marcos Lima - PY1 ME


Atomic Clock

Marcos Lima
 

Hello there,

I discovery a little bug. 
In Get atomic Clock Time Window
The setup options d'ont work.
see picture in anexo

I using Ver. 4,0,244

73

Marcos Lima - PY1 ME


Re: ADIF error with Labrador

Fabien TK5MH
 

Hi,
Edit the bad.adi file in the logger32 directory
Change the state from DC to MD
Do the same for VE provences
Rename the file to fixed.adi or anything else
Import this file into logger32
73, Fabien


Re: Country database exceptions from Club log - update error

Gary Hinson
 

I had a failure downloading the Club Log country exceptions this morning which I took to be a sporadic network or server issue.

 

I just tried it again and it worked:

 

 

If yours is now failing every time, you might check that your PC is connecting to the Club Log server e.g. in Resouce Monitor, I see this:

 

 

[It connects initially to 5.153.81.176 which is ClubLog.org, then redirects to G7VJR.org.]

 

73
Gary  ZL2iFB

 

-----Original Message-----
From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris.9A2X
Sent: 27 February 2021 10:42
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Country database exceptions from Club log - update error

 

Mike,

Since I didn't find any previous posts here or elsewhere on the net with same problem described, I'm not surprised with your info. Hope that someone here have idea how to fix that corruption in my installation.

 

regards, chris

 

 

 


Re: Country database exceptions from Club log - update error

Chris.9A2X
 

Mike,
Since I didn't find any previous posts here or elsewhere on the net with same problem described, I'm not surprised with your info. Hope that someone here have idea how to fix that corruption in my installation.

regards, chris


Re: Country database exceptions from Club log - update error

Michael Harris
 

Chris,

Win10/64 Pro, L32 4.0.244

My PC has just completed that action in 68 seconds. So it seems to be working OK, not a global failure.

Regards,

Mike VP8NO

On 26/02/2021 17:28, Chris.9A2X wrote:
Hi,
I'm getting the error while trying to update 'Country database exceptions from Club log':
logger32 QRX ...Connection to https://clublog.org/cty.php failed
I checked first all the network/firewall stuff but with no results.
The upper link in Web browser throws the message:
Access to this form requires a valid API key. For more info see: https://clublog.org/need_api.php
It started to show up abt. 3 months ago with v3. It's still here after succcesfull upgrade from v3 to v4 (3.50.424 -> 4.0.132).
I realized that 'Load the LoTW users file (from Clublog)' feature hungs up as well ('Waiting...' sindrome).
73 chris


Country database exceptions from Club log - update error

Chris.9A2X
 

Hi,

I'm getting the error while trying to update 'Country database exceptions from Club log':

logger32 QRX ...Connection to https://clublog.org/cty.php failed

I checked first all the network/firewall stuff but with no results.

The upper link in Web browser throws the message:
Access to this form requires a valid API key. For more info see: https://clublog.org/need_api.php

It started to show up abt. 3 months ago with v3. It's still here after succcesfull upgrade from v3 to v4 (3.50.424 -> 4.0.132).
I realized that 'Load the LoTW users file (from Clublog)' feature hungs up as well ('Waiting...' sindrome).

73 chris


Re: UDP question

Bob
 

There's no radio being polled, and no frequency information from JTAlert. I thought that under those conditions, the BandMap was supposed to default to 20m. Oh well, never mind. SeventyThree(s).

On 02/26/2021 8:59 AM Kenneth Hansen <khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
It does, but not frequency, so I believe that is why the band map says “I’m lost”

On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 8:52 AM Bob < k4cy@...> wrote:
There's supposed to be some kinda JTAlert window that Logger32 can detect, and once found, read the band/mode from the windows caption. That's the theory anyway. SeventyThree(s).
On 02/26/2021 8:47 AM Kenneth Hansen < khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Good morning,
Found an undocumented feature (I believe)
When I set the band/mode to JTAlert, the band map (not UDP band map) reports 
“I’m lost”, guess it not seeing the frequency 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 3:04 PM Bob < k4cy@...> wrote:
I don't think so. JTAlert connects to JTDX on UDP port 2237. JTAlert forwards QSL Logged messages only on UDP port 2333 (or something). 
 
So, I'd guess in Logger32 you'd configure like this:
 
a) Open the UDP BandMap.  Set the Band/Mode option to be from JTAlert. Close the UDP BandMap (There's nothing to see).
b) Open one of the receive only UDP sockets on port 2223 (or whatever). 
c) Kick back and make a not to yourself - Damn This DXing is fun.
 
SeventyThree(s).
 
 
there's no data to be displayed in the UDP MandMap.
On 02/25/2021 2:43 PM Kenneth Hansen < khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Sorry, should be 2333 of course 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:35 PM Kenneth Hansen via groups.io <khansen= satsnj.com@groups.io> wrote:
All,
 
I’m looking at section 32.3 in the manual.
Does the UDP band map work together with JTAlert?
I did set the UDP port to 3332 in Logger32, but when I open the socket, JTAlert stops updating.
What am I missing?
 
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Re: UDP question

Kenneth Hansen
 

It does, but not frequency, so I believe that is why the band map says “I’m lost”

On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 8:52 AM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
There's supposed to be some kinda JTAlert window that Logger32 can detect, and once found, read the band/mode from the windows caption. That's the theory anyway. SeventyThree(s).
On 02/26/2021 8:47 AM Kenneth Hansen <khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Good morning,
Found an undocumented feature (I believe)
When I set the band/mode to JTAlert, the band map (not UDP band map) reports 
“I’m lost”, guess it not seeing the frequency 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 3:04 PM Bob < k4cy@...> wrote:
I don't think so. JTAlert connects to JTDX on UDP port 2237. JTAlert forwards QSL Logged messages only on UDP port 2333 (or something). 
 
So, I'd guess in Logger32 you'd configure like this:
 
a) Open the UDP BandMap.  Set the Band/Mode option to be from JTAlert. Close the UDP BandMap (There's nothing to see).
b) Open one of the receive only UDP sockets on port 2223 (or whatever). 
c) Kick back and make a not to yourself - Damn This DXing is fun.
 
SeventyThree(s).
 
 
there's no data to be displayed in the UDP MandMap.
On 02/25/2021 2:43 PM Kenneth Hansen < khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Sorry, should be 2333 of course 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:35 PM Kenneth Hansen via groups.io <khansen= satsnj.com@groups.io> wrote:
All,
 
I’m looking at section 32.3 in the manual.
Does the UDP band map work together with JTAlert?
I did set the UDP port to 3332 in Logger32, but when I open the socket, JTAlert stops updating.
What am I missing?
 
de KB2SSE
Ken
--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

--
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Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC


Re: UDP question

Bob
 

There's supposed to be some kinda JTAlert window that Logger32 can detect, and once found, read the band/mode from the windows caption. That's the theory anyway. SeventyThree(s).

On 02/26/2021 8:47 AM Kenneth Hansen <khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Good morning,
Found an undocumented feature (I believe)
When I set the band/mode to JTAlert, the band map (not UDP band map) reports 
“I’m lost”, guess it not seeing the frequency 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 3:04 PM Bob < k4cy@...> wrote:
I don't think so. JTAlert connects to JTDX on UDP port 2237. JTAlert forwards QSL Logged messages only on UDP port 2333 (or something). 
 
So, I'd guess in Logger32 you'd configure like this:
 
a) Open the UDP BandMap.  Set the Band/Mode option to be from JTAlert. Close the UDP BandMap (There's nothing to see).
b) Open one of the receive only UDP sockets on port 2223 (or whatever). 
c) Kick back and make a not to yourself - Damn This DXing is fun.
 
SeventyThree(s).
 
 
there's no data to be displayed in the UDP MandMap.
On 02/25/2021 2:43 PM Kenneth Hansen < khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Sorry, should be 2333 of course 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:35 PM Kenneth Hansen via groups.io <khansen= satsnj.com@groups.io> wrote:
All,
 
I’m looking at section 32.3 in the manual.
Does the UDP band map work together with JTAlert?
I did set the UDP port to 3332 in Logger32, but when I open the socket, JTAlert stops updating.
What am I missing?
 
de KB2SSE
Ken
--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

--
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Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC


Re: UDP question

Kenneth Hansen
 

Good morning,
Found an undocumented feature (I believe)
When I set the band/mode to JTAlert, the band map (not UDP band map) reports 
“I’m lost”, guess it not seeing the frequency 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 3:04 PM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
I don't think so. JTAlert connects to JTDX on UDP port 2237. JTAlert forwards QSL Logged messages only on UDP port 2333 (or something). 
 
So, I'd guess in Logger32 you'd configure like this:
 
a) Open the UDP BandMap.  Set the Band/Mode option to be from JTAlert. Close the UDP BandMap (There's nothing to see).
b) Open one of the receive only UDP sockets on port 2223 (or whatever). 
c) Kick back and make a not to yourself - Damn This DXing is fun.
 
SeventyThree(s).
 
 
there's no data to be displayed in the UDP MandMap.
On 02/25/2021 2:43 PM Kenneth Hansen <khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Sorry, should be 2333 of course 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:35 PM Kenneth Hansen via groups.io <khansen= satsnj.com@groups.io> wrote:
All,
 
I’m looking at section 32.3 in the manual.
Does the UDP band map work together with JTAlert?
I did set the UDP port to 3332 in Logger32, but when I open the socket, JTAlert stops updating.
What am I missing?
 
de KB2SSE
Ken
--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

--
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Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC


Re: xml subscriber qrz.com

Rick Ellison
 

No.. Just use the HTML setting in the Lookup..

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of SM0YHN@...
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2021 2:07 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] xml subscriber qrz.com

 

Hello,
Do I have to be a xml subscriber tog use QRZ.com in connection with Logger32?
73 de
SM0YHN/Thorbjörn Odsjö


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Re: ICOM adn Split issue

Jose EA7BJ
 
Edited

I don't know if it is the same problem, but it is a possible solution

https://www.ure.es/foros/software/logger-32-en-split/


Re: Alfaspid

sp5ewx
 

Sorry Bob but I don’t understand what I can fix the problem 
sp5ewx

On 25 Feb 2021, at 23:46, Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:

Look at the rotor debug window, Does Logger32 send and command to the rotor to stop it turning? Does Logger32 maybe close the rotor port? Even if it did, I don't think that would/should stop the rotor turning. Is the command correct to turn to the correct heading. or is it a command to turn just a few degrees and then after turning a few degrees it stops because it thinks it is in the correct position?

All I can do is send the correct command. What the rotor does (or does not do) is way above my pay grade.

SeventyThree(s)

On 02/25/2021 5:27 PM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@...> wrote:


Also when I click from the map it moves only 2-3 deg and stops
Mike sp5ewx

śr., 24 lut 2021 o 14:30 Bob <k4cy@...> napisał(a):

Does the rotor work correctly if you command it to turn by clicking on the great circle map? Dos it work at all? What do you see in the rotor debug window when you command the rotor to turn? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/24/2021 2:17 AM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@...> wrote:


I used alfaspid rotor with 3.5 version without any problem . With 4
ver it doesnt react for "home" command and when I use Ctrl+A or Alt+A
it starts to turn but after a few degrees stops and bar rotor pointer
on greyline window disappears. Any suggestions?
Mike sp5ewx















xml subscriber qrz.com

SM0YHN@...
 

Hello,
Do I have to be a xml subscriber tog use QRZ.com in connection with Logger32?
73 de
SM0YHN/Thorbjörn Odsjö


Re: Alfaspid

Bob
 

Look at the rotor debug window, Does Logger32 send and command to the rotor to stop it turning? Does Logger32 maybe close the rotor port? Even if it did, I don't think that would/should stop the rotor turning. Is the command correct to turn to the correct heading. or is it a command to turn just a few degrees and then after turning a few degrees it stops because it thinks it is in the correct position?

All I can do is send the correct command. What the rotor does (or does not do) is way above my pay grade.

SeventyThree(s)

On 02/25/2021 5:27 PM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@gmail.com> wrote:


Also when I click from the map it moves only 2-3 deg and stops
Mike sp5ewx

śr., 24 lut 2021 o 14:30 Bob <k4cy@comcast.net> napisał(a):

Does the rotor work correctly if you command it to turn by clicking on the great circle map? Dos it work at all? What do you see in the rotor debug window when you command the rotor to turn? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/24/2021 2:17 AM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@gmail.com> wrote:


I used alfaspid rotor with 3.5 version without any problem . With 4
ver it doesnt react for "home" command and when I use Ctrl+A or Alt+A
it starts to turn but after a few degrees stops and bar rotor pointer
on greyline window disappears. Any suggestions?
Mike sp5ewx







Re: Alfaspid

sp5ewx
 

Also when I click from the map it moves only 2-3 deg and stops
Mike sp5ewx

śr., 24 lut 2021 o 14:30 Bob <k4cy@comcast.net> napisał(a):


Does the rotor work correctly if you command it to turn by clicking on the great circle map? Dos it work at all? What do you see in the rotor debug window when you command the rotor to turn? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/24/2021 2:17 AM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@gmail.com> wrote:


I used alfaspid rotor with 3.5 version without any problem . With 4
ver it doesnt react for "home" command and when I use Ctrl+A or Alt+A
it starts to turn but after a few degrees stops and bar rotor pointer
on greyline window disappears. Any suggestions?
Mike sp5ewx






Re: Alfaspid

sp5ewx
 

Hi Bob
I attach debug window...and whats more..When I click Ctrl+A rotor goes
only for 3-4 deg and stops...When I control rotor from controller, it
works correctly ...Also I hadnt any problems with ver 3.5
Mike sp5ewx

śr., 24 lut 2021 o 14:30 Bob <k4cy@comcast.net> napisał(a):


Does the rotor work correctly if you command it to turn by clicking on the great circle map? Dos it work at all? What do you see in the rotor debug window when you command the rotor to turn? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/24/2021 2:17 AM sp5ewx <sp5ewx@gmail.com> wrote:


I used alfaspid rotor with 3.5 version without any problem . With 4
ver it doesnt react for "home" command and when I use Ctrl+A or Alt+A
it starts to turn but after a few degrees stops and bar rotor pointer
on greyline window disappears. Any suggestions?
Mike sp5ewx






Re: ARRL official LoTW users list

Bob
 

Why? The file has exactly the same number of LoTW users as the one from Club Log, and the file from Club Log has 32K OQRS users and 46K users gridsquares.  I haven't looked closely at the file from the ARRL, but opening it in Excel, I notice the majority of dates show as ######. Is the really ready for prime time? SeventyThree(s).

On 02/25/2021 2:57 PM Fabio IZ8MBW via groups.io <iz8mbw@...> wrote:
 
 
Hi all.
The ARRL provide an official LoTW users list, the list is:  https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-user-activity.csv
 
 
For what I know, currently, Logger32 does not support this file list type (CSV format).
In "Setup" of "DX Spots" window if I configure the URL " https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-user-activity.csv" for "Load the LoTW users file" it doesn't work (I think because the file content is not what Logger32 wants).
Immagine incorporata
 
 
Any possibility, also for the future, to use that ARRL official list?
 
Thanks.
 
 
73s
Fabio, IZ8MBW



Re: UDP question

Bob
 

I don't think so. JTAlert connects to JTDX on UDP port 2237. JTAlert forwards QSL Logged messages only on UDP port 2333 (or something). 
 
So, I'd guess in Logger32 you'd configure like this:
 
a) Open the UDP BandMap.  Set the Band/Mode option to be from JTAlert. Close the UDP BandMap (There's nothing to see).
b) Open one of the receive only UDP sockets on port 2223 (or whatever). 
c) Kick back and make a not to yourself - Damn This DXing is fun.
 
SeventyThree(s).
 
 
there's no data to be displayed in the UDP MandMap.

On 02/25/2021 2:43 PM Kenneth Hansen <khansen@...> wrote:
 
 
Sorry, should be 2333 of course 

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 2:35 PM Kenneth Hansen via groups.io <khansen= satsnj.com@groups.io> wrote:
All,
 
I’m looking at section 32.3 in the manual.
Does the UDP band map work together with JTAlert?
I did set the UDP port to 3332 in Logger32, but when I open the socket, JTAlert stops updating.
What am I missing?
 
de KB2SSE
Ken
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Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC

 

 

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