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Language Files

UPU VRTWO
 

Hello all,

I've built 3 Language Files for the following demo on the Logger32 page

3706 for VR2
5124 to XX9
1028 for BV

My files is very rough, i hope to be useful.

73 de SZE-TO VR2UPU


Re: Echo Port Configuration

Jim Cox
 

As the name implies:  Echo port can only be used in a simplex mode where data travels in one direction.  As Bob indicated it can be used to control devices that need info but don’t need to send data back to the Echo port.  The Microkeyer sends and receives data (duplex).  Jim K4JAF
 

From: Andy None via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2020 3:29 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Echo Port Configuration
 
Hi Bob
Can it also be used to redirect CAT data from COM1 to my MicroKeyer II on COM3?
 
Andy SP9KR
 
On Monday, April 27, 2020, 8:15:54 p.m. GMT+2, Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:
 
 
The Echo port is used for things like Amplifiers or Antenna switches. Commands to the radio (and/or replies from the radio) can be transmitted on this port so that your amplifier (for example) follows the radio frequency/band.  SeventyThree(s).
On April 27, 2020 at 2:05 PM Andy VA3PL <va3pl@...> wrote:

Under Radio there is  >Echo Port Configuration
 
Can this is meant to send data from one com port to another?
 
 
 
 
Andy SP9KR
Retirement is the best job I've ever had

 


Re: Echo Port Configuration

Bob
 

I have no idea. I don't know what a MicroKeyer is, or what it is used for (I Googled it, and still don't know). Seventy Three(s)

On April 28, 2020 at 4:29 AM "Andy None via groups.io" <va3pl@...> wrote:

 
Hi Bob
Can it also be used to redirect CAT data from COM1 to my MicroKeyer II on COM3?

Andy SP9KR

On Monday, April 27, 2020, 8:15:54 p.m. GMT+2, Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:


The Echo port is used for things like Amplifiers or Antenna switches. Commands to the radio (and/or replies from the radio) can be transmitted on this port so that your amplifier (for example) follows the radio frequency/band.  SeventyThree(s).
On April 27, 2020 at 2:05 PM Andy VA3PL <va3pl@...> wrote:

Under Radio there is  >Echo Port Configuration

Can this is meant to send data from one com port to another?




Andy SP9KR
Retirement is the best job I've ever had

 
 

 


Re: Echo Port Configuration

Andy None
 

Hi Bob
Can it also be used to redirect CAT data from COM1 to my MicroKeyer II on COM3?

Andy SP9KR

On Monday, April 27, 2020, 8:15:54 p.m. GMT+2, Bob <k4cy@...> wrote:


The Echo port is used for things like Amplifiers or Antenna switches. Commands to the radio (and/or replies from the radio) can be transmitted on this port so that your amplifier (for example) follows the radio frequency/band.  SeventyThree(s).
On April 27, 2020 at 2:05 PM Andy VA3PL <va3pl@...> wrote:

Under Radio there is  >Echo Port Configuration

Can this is meant to send data from one com port to another?




Andy SP9KR
Retirement is the best job I've ever had

 


Re: Echo Port Configuration

Bob
 

The Echo port is used for things like Amplifiers or Antenna switches. Commands to the radio (and/or replies from the radio) can be transmitted on this port so that your amplifier (for example) follows the radio frequency/band.  SeventyThree(s).

On April 27, 2020 at 2:05 PM Andy VA3PL <va3pl@...> wrote:

Under Radio there is  >Echo Port Configuration

Can this is meant to send data from one com port to another?




Andy SP9KR
Retirement is the best job I've ever had

 


Echo Port Configuration

Andy VA3PL
 

Under Radio there is  >Echo Port Configuration

Can this is meant to send data from one com port to another?




Andy SP9KR
Retirement is the best job I've ever had


Re: log print

ik2agx
 

Sorry Jim, but this is not true. See page 23 and 24 of LogPrint-Help pdf file.

73, Dave


Re: log print

Jim K2QB
 

I don't believe Logprint is designed to print address labels. It is made to print QSL labels based on your ADIF file meaning call, date, time, mode etc.

Jim K2QB


Re: Upper QSO Limit for Logbook

Dave Hobro
 

Kirk,
Splitting the logbook by Callsign works fine for me,  I have got separate logbooks for G4IDF, G4IDF/P, GW4IDF/P and G4IDF_FT8.  As John, G7SSE says you could just as easily create separate logbooks by mode - Logger32 is pretty flexible so splitting your log by mode should not be a problem.

73's

Dave, G4IDF


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Re: Upper QSO Limit for Logbook

John Munton - G7SSE
 

Kirk

Regarding ADIF Master; you could export smaller partial ADIF's from Logger32 to work on.
There are several options to filter which qso's are exported.

Another, not perfect idea regarding logbook / database size could be to have separate logs in Logger32; say one for SSB, one for CW, another for DATA modes etc and switch between them as required.
--
73, John - G7SSE


Re: Upper QSO Limit for Logbook

Bob
 

Kirk, if I remember correctly, I made a point of when updating LoTW QSOs from Club Log only new credits are implemented. Maybe someone who uses the Club Log feature can confirm. If you can satisfy yourself the Club Log LoTW updates only new credits, then depending on what awards you keep statistics for, make a plan to edit out the LoTW stats from the ADIF file, import it to a new filename, and update LoTW from Club Log. Again, depending on what stats you keep, there should be several ways to approach this.

As for modification of the database, the limit is not directly related to Logger32, but the database it uses, and is not something that can be changed by the user, or me. I have toyed with the idea of a version 4.0 of Logger32 with an enhanced version of the database engine. I should be able to squeeze at least 4 times more QSOs into a log.

Sorry, can't help you with ADIF Master, or alternatives.
SeventyThree(s).

On April 25, 2020 at 9:51 AM K4RO <K4RO@K4RO.Net> wrote:


Thank you for the info. I do see that the QSO awards and contest metadata make up a significant portion of the ADIF fields. I'd rather not switch logging programs, so will try first to trim the database with an export/import as suggested.

"Is it really necessary to have i00K Italian stations LoTW granted on every Band known to man?"
Understood. I thought about eliminating batches of QSOs, but could not think of a technique which wouldn't be overly tedious and time consuming. Also, the whole point of having my logs combined in one place is to be able to view past activity. I don't want to eliminate arbitrary batches of QSOs just to save space. I've tried the ADIF Master program to look for unnecessary fields, but it chokes with an "out of memory" error after several minutes trying to load the ADIF. Are there any other tools that can possibly manage ADIFs of this size?

"The database, as written, supports allocation of up tp 16,380 blocks of data."
Is there any way to increase this allocation for a user such as myself?

Thanks again for the suggestions.

--Kirk, K4RO



Re: Upper QSO Limit for Logbook

K4RO
 

Thank you for the info. I do see that the QSO awards and contest metadata make up a significant portion of the ADIF fields. I'd rather not switch logging programs, so will try first to trim the database with an export/import as suggested.

"Is it really necessary to have i00K Italian stations LoTW granted on every Band known to man?"
Understood. I thought about eliminating batches of QSOs, but could not think of a technique which wouldn't be overly tedious and time consuming. Also, the whole point of having my logs combined in one place is to be able to view past activity. I don't want to eliminate arbitrary batches of QSOs just to save space. I've tried the ADIF Master program to look for unnecessary fields, but it chokes with an "out of memory" error after several minutes trying to load the ADIF. Are there any other tools that can possibly manage ADIFs of this size?

"The database, as written, supports allocation of up tp 16,380 blocks of data."
Is there any way to increase this allocation for a user such as myself?

Thanks again for the suggestions.

--Kirk, K4RO


Re: CAT using CI-V IC7700

Filipe Lopes
 

Thanks for noticing that. somehow it changed to 00, I will try with 74h

thanks


Re: CAT using CI-V IC7700

Ian Morrison
 

You have a hex address as 0 (zero). Is this correct?

 

73, Ian

Ve3ep

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Filipe Lopes
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2020 5:16 PM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] CAT using CI-V IC7700

 

Hello

I am using an IC7700 fw v2.2 and I am having a lot of issues with the CAT system, the frequency in the log keeps jumping around with crazy frequencies. when changing the VFO it even gets worse, it even activates split mode in the log.

I tried using different RS232 cables and it's the same.

Here are my settings for logger32. I tried changing the baudrate, I tried using OLD Icom, I tried changing stopbits, DTR/RTS on/off, etc 


I did some testing with my contest log, DXLOG, I have the same issue but if I activate "transceive mode" which I have no idea what it does it works pefectly without any issue. I could ask DXlog dev team if it helps.
The settings are the same, except for the "Transceive" mode which seems to work.

 

If someone with an IC7700 or 7800 could help me please.

thanks a lot
Filipe 
CT1ILT

 


Re: Bandmap Spots reception

Jose KP3W
 


LOL, I only work CW so its a lesser % of the garbage... hi hi
73

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2020 10:38 PM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Bandmap Spots reception

The AE5E DX Cluster is working as expected (same garbage as the rest of them). SeventyThree(s).
On April 23, 2020 at 6:11 PM JJ Rodriguez <jjr@...> wrote:

Thanks Bob, will set persistence to NO TIME LIMIT on all Band map windows, did not know the older ones would disappear on this setting.
the "dxspots" cluster is 216.172.112.208  port number 23.  (Sysop call AE5E)
73 Thanks!
----- Original Message -----
From: Bob
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2020 5:18 PM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Bandmap Spots reception

For a start, and as a test, on the BandMap (start with this one) click CONFIG | DX SPOT PERSISTENCE | NO TIME LIMIT. DX Spots on that band should be visible forever, or until the BandMap is full (and the oldest ones disappear). Also, please send the address and port number of the cluster you are using. There are some very strange ones popping up. SeventyThree(s).
On April 23, 2020 at 7:02 AM JJ Rodriguez <jjr@...> wrote:

Greetings;
 I don't usually post questions without exploring solutions and reading the manual first, this time have no clue and
need some guidance. Besides recently having the "Tenth" Band Map window with a blank background,
I have been noticing that the Band Map windows are not being populated automatically with the information reaching the program from the Telnet DXpots cluster.
This has been happening for some time since several update versions ago.
What I have been doing to cope with is using the "SH/DX" command on the cluster constantly to get the band maps to update the information.
There has to be a better and more efficient way or a solution to this. I have removed most spotting filters to no avail, spots don't reach the individual band map windows
as they come unless a "sh/mydx" command is made.
Thanks Bob for a great program and devotion,
best regards - Jose KP3W

 

 


Re: CAT using CI-V IC7700

ja1nlx
 

Fillipe

I have ic7610 with no problem. Previously I used ic7300.
I think "CI-V transceive mode" should be OFF in radio setting menu, otherwise ICOM does not work.

and you really need to check "DTR high" and "RTS high" for CAT ?

73

On 2020/04/24 17:58, Filipe Lopes wrote:
Hi Bob,

even with poll interval at 200ms or even at 500ms it is the same

I use LOGGER32 for more than 10 years now for my day-to-day QSOs.
DXlog is my contest utility.

Thanks
Filipe CT1ILT
--
73 de aki
JA1NLX


Re: CAT using CI-V IC7700

Filipe Lopes
 

Hi Bob,

even with poll interval at 200ms or even at 500ms it is the same

I use LOGGER32 for more than 10 years now for my day-to-day QSOs.
DXlog is my contest utility.

Thanks
Filipe CT1ILT


Re: Remoterig RRC1258 Winkeyer fails with CW machine

tk5ep
 

Hi Pete,
I can send you the modified (by Bob K4CY) CW machine if you want.

But he told me that the next update will have this version as the workaround is more a rebuild and will work for all Winkeyer.

Give me you private mail if you want the CW.exe software.

73 , Patrick TK5EP


log print

Ronald Scalise
 

how you get log print to print address labels?
As there is no qrz database that can be downloaded to the hard drive.
I have address info in the qsl.adi file but that data does not printout in the
form of an address label .
Thanks Ron

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