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LOTW Credits to Logger32 by SP7DQR failed

Andreas Paulick
 

Hi OMs,

I just tried to synchronize my DXCC Credits from LOTW - Awards - DXCC with my Logger32.
Normally I use "LOTW Credits to Logger32" by SP7DQR, but today I get a "Login failed: Page download failed" message
in this application.
I've never changed my LOTW password and I actually I have no problems with my LOTW account.

Any idea? 

73, Paul, DL5CW


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

Bob
 

Jan, double check. Uppercase/lowercase macht nichts. Even this will work: kB2sSe.DyNdNs.OrG 
 
SeventyThree(s)
 

On 11/19/2020 11:42 AM KX2A <ditzian@...> wrote:
 
 
Bob and Keith,

Bob's suggestion worked for KB2SSE, but only after I used upper-case letters, as shown in Bob's response.

73 and thanks,
Jan, KX2A


Re: Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs

Rob Thomson
 

Thanks both

I guess that with multiple stations we could still have several pairs of QSOs with exactly the same logged time, though not sure how N1MM logs entries with networked computers. There might be a one second gap by default, but at least I know to keep an eye out for any next time.

Rob G4LMW


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

KX2A
 

Bob and Keith,

Bob's suggestion worked for KB2SSE, but only after I used upper-case letters, as shown in Bob's response.

73 and thanks,
Jan, KX2A


Re: Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs

Bob
 

One second. SeventyThree(s).

On 11/19/2020 4:43 AM Rob Thomson <g4lmw@...> wrote:
 
 
I did a search and this came up a couple of years ago (#75358).

I just spent an age putting all our 60,000 club's QSOs into one ADIF, but when I imported them to L32, a whole raft of them (it was headed for about 10,000 before I aborted) ended up in the BAD.adi file with the message "Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs".

A lot of our QSOs are from high rate contests. The TIME_ON and TIME_OFF fields were all HHMM, so, I jigged around and added an incremental 10 seconds to each QSO's TIME_ON and TIME_OFF data to make them unique in terms of HHMMSS. It then worked OK. It didn't take too long as I have them all in an Excel file that I can amend then re-convert to ADIF.

For future reference, what is the minimum time differential? We will be doing a multi-station entry in IOTA 2021 (COVID permitting!) and I'm concerned that we will have too short a difference in some QSOs.

Rob G4LMW


Re: Winkey with FSK Rtty use

Fred Bourne
 

Hi All. 
This last email is the same as I use Microham 11, all modes digital. CW From CW app in logger32. 


73 Fred G3YJQ.   Foxy


On 19 Nov 2020, at 11:51, Vince Shirley <vince.g0orc@...> wrote:


Hi all,

I use Winkey.  I use a Microham Microkeyer 2 for each of my 3 radios  and the Microham Router software uses Winkey (not Winkey 2)

I also use FSK RTTY as part of the same system, using MMTTY.

Vince



On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 09:27, Damian M0BKV via groups.io <damianm0bkv=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I’ve got a device that uses the WINKEY2 on the CW Machine with my FT857 it has a little knob for speed control. My FTdx1200 uses the Software with a transistor drive to send cw to a RS232/USB interface to the PC. Both work equally well. I use the RTTY and PSK software with a soundcard also.

Damian M0BKV

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Rick Ellison
Sent: 19 November 2020 01:02
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Winkey with FSK Rtty use

 

Having some discussion with Bob about Winkey and FSK RTTY.

 

How many of you use the Winkey device and FSK RTTY that is built into it??

And we are wondering how likely would you use it within Logger32 if it supported it??

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com

 


Re: Winkey with FSK Rtty use

Vince Shirley
 

Hi all,

I use Winkey.  I use a Microham Microkeyer 2 for each of my 3 radios  and the Microham Router software uses Winkey (not Winkey 2)

I also use FSK RTTY as part of the same system, using MMTTY.

Vince



On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 09:27, Damian M0BKV via groups.io <damianm0bkv=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I’ve got a device that uses the WINKEY2 on the CW Machine with my FT857 it has a little knob for speed control. My FTdx1200 uses the Software with a transistor drive to send cw to a RS232/USB interface to the PC. Both work equally well. I use the RTTY and PSK software with a soundcard also.

Damian M0BKV

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Rick Ellison
Sent: 19 November 2020 01:02
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Winkey with FSK Rtty use

 

Having some discussion with Bob about Winkey and FSK RTTY.

 

How many of you use the Winkey device and FSK RTTY that is built into it??

And we are wondering how likely would you use it within Logger32 if it supported it??

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com

 


Re: Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Rob

My guess would be one second is the minimum time difference you would need between your contest qso's for Logger32 to import them without issue.

My Logger32 is set to log in H/M/S and as a test I attempted to enter, using the "Manually Add QSO's " function ( Ctrl+M) two qso's with the same times.

Logger32 refused the second qso with a warning regarding the time being the same as the first qso.

An increase to the time of just one second was enough for Logger32 to accept the second qso.

I would think importing an ADIF would require the same.

73, John - G7SSE

------ Original Message ------
From: "Rob Thomson" <G4LMW@...>
Sent: 19/11/2020 09:43:05
Subject: [hamlogger] Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs

I did a search and this came up a couple of years ago (#75358).

I just spent an age putting all our 60,000 club's QSOs into one ADIF, but when I imported them to L32, a whole raft of them (it was headed for about 10,000 before I aborted) ended up in the BAD.adi file with the message "Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs".

A lot of our QSOs are from high rate contests. The TIME_ON and TIME_OFF fields were all HHMM, so, I jigged around and added an incremental 10 seconds to each QSO's TIME_ON and TIME_OFF data to make them unique in terms of HHMMSS. It then worked OK. It didn't take too long as I have them all in an Excel file that I can amend then re-convert to ADIF.

For future reference, what is the minimum time differential? We will be doing a multi-station entry in IOTA 2021 (COVID permitting!) and I'm concerned that we will have too short a difference in some QSOs.

Rob G4LMW

--
73, John - G7SSE


Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs

Rob Thomson
 

I did a search and this came up a couple of years ago (#75358).

I just spent an age putting all our 60,000 club's QSOs into one ADIF, but when I imported them to L32, a whole raft of them (it was headed for about 10,000 before I aborted) ended up in the BAD.adi file with the message "Too many duplicate Date/Time QSOs".

A lot of our QSOs are from high rate contests. The TIME_ON and TIME_OFF fields were all HHMM, so, I jigged around and added an incremental 10 seconds to each QSO's TIME_ON and TIME_OFF data to make them unique in terms of HHMMSS. It then worked OK. It didn't take too long as I have them all in an Excel file that I can amend then re-convert to ADIF.

For future reference, what is the minimum time differential? We will be doing a multi-station entry in IOTA 2021 (COVID permitting!) and I'm concerned that we will have too short a difference in some QSOs.

Rob G4LMW


Re: Winkey with FSK Rtty use

Damian M0BKV
 

I’ve got a device that uses the WINKEY2 on the CW Machine with my FT857 it has a little knob for speed control. My FTdx1200 uses the Software with a transistor drive to send cw to a RS232/USB interface to the PC. Both work equally well. I use the RTTY and PSK software with a soundcard also.

Damian M0BKV

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Rick Ellison
Sent: 19 November 2020 01:02
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Winkey with FSK Rtty use

 

Having some discussion with Bob about Winkey and FSK RTTY.

 

How many of you use the Winkey device and FSK RTTY that is built into it??

And we are wondering how likely would you use it within Logger32 if it supported it??

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

Virus-free. www.avast.com

 


Winkey with FSK Rtty use

Rick Ellison
 

Having some discussion with Bob about Winkey and FSK RTTY.

 

How many of you use the Winkey device and FSK RTTY that is built into it??

And we are wondering how likely would you use it within Logger32 if it supported it??

 

73 Rick N2AMG


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

Kenneth Hansen
 

Lower case letters

On Wed, Nov 18, 2020 at 12:38 PM Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
 
73.
On 11/18/2020 12:26 PM KX2A <ditzian@...> wrote:
 
 
Bob,

I changed the host address to above (added the dxc and port=23) .  That worked.

ALSO

Ken, KB2SSE, please send the proper remote host address and port.

73,
Jan, KX2A

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

Bob
 

 
73.

On 11/18/2020 12:26 PM KX2A <ditzian@...> wrote:
 
 
Bob,

I changed the host address to above (added the dxc and port=23) .  That worked.

ALSO

Ken, KB2SSE, please send the proper remote host address and port.

73,
Jan, KX2A


Possible New Features(s)

Jim K2QB
 

Not sure if these are worthwhile to the whole or not but two things I'd like to see if possible;
> The ability to click on a spot or callsign in the WJST-X band map and have the receive frequency go to that spot.
> Have the station you are working or calling highlighted in the WSJT-X band map.

Just my ideas...as always thanks to the team for all you do!

Jim K2QB


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

KX2A
 

Bob,

I changed the host address to above (added the dxc and port=23) .  That worked.

ALSO

Ken, KB2SSE, please send the proper remote host address and port.

73,
Jan, KX2A


Re: Slave Port - restrict to one radio?

Bob
 

John, in Logger32 what radio type do you have your IC-7300 configured as? It needs to be one of the IC-7xxx types that has poll commands for both VFOs. The ver 4.0 of Logger32 has the option to configure an IC-731. 73.

On 11/18/2020 6:58 AM John, G4DRS via groups.io <g4drs@...> wrote:


Bob,
I think I've got to the bottom of it.
If SDRConsole is used as the panadapter software, and if Omnirig is not used (i.e. radio 1 and radio 2 are both set to 'none' in the Omnirig setup page), then the only way SDRConsole can communicate with another radio (e.g. the Logger32 Slave port) is if that other radio is a TS2000. I have the Slave port configured as 'Kenwood'. Radio 1 and 2 connected to Logger32 are a FTdx5000 and an IC7300, respectively.
Looking at the Slave Port Debug window, only a single frequency message is sent by Logger32, regardless of whether the active radio in Logger32 is using VFO A or VFO B. The poll command is 'IF', which seems to request the current frequency.
If I uncheck the 'Slave port follows only VFO A' box, then the slave port seems only to send VFO B frequencies out. Curious.


It's not a big issue, I just like to understand the way these things work.


73,


John
G4DRS


File //ADIF logbook program to populate the UK WAB Award Trackers/WAB_setup.zip updated #file-notice

hamlogger@groups.io Notification <noreply@...>
 

The following files have been updated in the Files area of the hamlogger@groups.io group.

By: DamianM0BKV

Description:
This program extracts UK QSOs from an ADIFlogbook download. It creates either an Excel file with WAB data or populates most of the WAB award trackers including the 2020 HF and VHF/overseas/Data/ activators award tracker. Now supports the QRZ.COM logbook


Re: Slave Port - restrict to one radio?

John, G4DRS
 

Bob,
I think I've got to the bottom of it.
If SDRConsole is used as the panadapter software, and if Omnirig is not used (i.e. radio 1 and radio 2 are both set to 'none' in the Omnirig setup page), then the only way SDRConsole can communicate with another radio (e.g. the Logger32 Slave port) is if that other radio is a TS2000. I have the Slave port configured as 'Kenwood'. Radio 1 and 2 connected to Logger32 are a FTdx5000 and an IC7300, respectively.
Looking at the Slave Port Debug window, only a single frequency message is sent by Logger32, regardless of whether the active radio in Logger32 is using VFO A or VFO B. The poll command is 'IF', which seems to request the current frequency.
If I uncheck the 'Slave port follows only VFO A' box, then the slave port seems only to send VFO B frequencies out. Curious.


It's not a big issue, I just like to understand the way these things work.


73,


John
G4DRS


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

Kenneth Hansen
 

KB2SSE Is alive and well

de KB2SSE - Ken

On Tue, Nov 17, 2020 at 5:11 PM KX2A <ditzian@...> wrote:
Bob,

I followed your recommendation to clear the TCP/IP stack, and finally, to dry the reverse beacon setup.  The former did nothing, the latter worked, along with DXFUN .   However, the following did not work: KB2SSE, K3LR, K2LS, GB7ULS, VE7CC.  Am I doing something wrong, or are all those other clusters dead or have a changed parameter?

73,
Jan, KX2A

--
Kenneth Hansen
Owner
ScanAm Technical Services, LLC


Re: Logger32 does not sign on to telnet DX spot host

Bob
 

I tried K3LR, no luck. VE7CC worked for e. 73.


On 11/17/2020 5:11 PM KX2A <ditzian@...> wrote:


Bob,

I followed your recommendation to clear the TCP/IP stack, and finally, to dry the reverse beacon setup.  The former did nothing, the latter worked, along with DXFUN .   However, the following did not work: KB2SSE, K3LR, K2LS, GB7ULS, VE7CC.  Am I doing something wrong, or are all those other clusters dead or have a changed parameter?

73,
Jan, KX2A

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