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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Chris van Lint
 

Hi Paul,

Are you sure you are decoding signals from Inmarst 4F1?  I am decoding 4F1, which is located over central Papua New Guinea and I would have thought the foot print is well beyond your geographical location.  With regards to mitigating the effects of satellite movement, it might be worth considering other means of maintaining the maximum signal possible, in circumstances were we have little or no control over dish movement.  Such measures include using low loss coax, minimising coax cable length and using quality connectors properly fitted.

Cheers,

Chris


At 07:18 PM 2/02/2019, you wrote:
Hi Fred,
First, thanks for the Inmarsat frequency list, very interesting, regarding AOR-E the list corresponds with my list very well :)
My location is Southern UK and I receive C band from AOR-E (3F5) and L band from Alphasat (4F1) although on occasions I turn my helix around and get L band from AOR-E.

Regarding reception of C band, you should be able to get good usable data from AOR-E using a 1.2m dish whilst Inmarsat are still using a series 3 satellite - the series 4 seems to have much lower power transponders and require a 1.8m or greater dish.
Here in the UK I'm using a 1.1m offset dish for AOR-E and getting good data and feeding Plane Plotter with the data.

My C-Band data displayed on VRS https://flic.kr/p/PcEMvP
My dish setup  https://flic.kr/p/2c6rxra


Cheers,

Paul

Re: C-band (INMARSAT 4A-F4)

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Steinar,

 

TKS for the information. So you pertain to the small “club” of the C band listeners

Could you remind us the diameter of your dish. Moreover, the LNBF does not seem to be a C1W-PLL, is it?

 

73

Patrick

 

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Envoyé : samedi 2 février 2019 20:23
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] C-band (INMARSAT 4A-F4)

 

Hi all

Here is my latest capture of aero . My dish is pointing to INMARSAT 4A-F4 @ 25° East.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/cvovud8y5dasnpd/c-band.JPG?dl=0

Dish:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/erlr62t8h7hndgy/20190119_164337.jpg?dl=0

Software: Multipsk v 4.38.1 and SDR# 1.0.0.1700

SDR: Airspy R2

LA5VNA Steinar




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C-band (INMARSAT 4A-F4)

Steinar LA5VNA
 

Hi all

Here is my latest capture of aero . My dish is pointing to INMARSAT 4A-F4 @ 25° East.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/cvovud8y5dasnpd/c-band.JPG?dl=0

Dish:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/erlr62t8h7hndgy/20190119_164337.jpg?dl=0

Software: Multipsk v 4.38.1 and SDR# 1.0.0.1700

SDR: Airspy R2

LA5VNA Steinar

Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Fred,

 

Nice, you will not miss room in your “garden”…

 

>between 40 and 50 degrees elevation.

That’s an advantage. In Paris, 3F5 is at 11° and so it is difficult not to have something between your dish and the satellite.

 

>I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
The C1W-PLL seems to be the best LNBF for this use. However, read this paper:

http://planeplotter.pbworks.com/w/file/fetch/121429833/C-Band_LNB_Mod-word.pdf

However, Hervé and Paul don’t seem to have problems, even if they have not modified their C1W-PLL.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Fred Albertson
Envoyé : samedi 2 février 2019 17:15
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] INMARSAT C-Band Channels

 

Hi, All,

Thanks Paul and the rest of you for your comments on L-Band,
and your prompting me to try C-Band.  I'll get there.  And, yes,
Patrick, I have a "garden."  It is an 8 acre hay field and my look
angle to most of the satellites in question is between 40 and 50
degrees elevation. A good spot.

I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
Any comments?

Thanks,

Fred



 




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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Paul Gulliver
 

Fred,

HaHa, a 8 acre field, well you should be able to manage a 10m motorised dish on that - Seriously with the satellites at 40-50 deg elevation you should be ok with a 1.2m dish, at my location AOR-E varies between 11 and 17degrees

The LNB you suggest is a good one, it's the LNB recommended by the Plane Plotter group.

Are you a member of the Plane Plotter group (PP), if not I suggest you join, plenty of advice on setting up C-band and you could join the rest of us in feeding PP and plot aircraft as they go across the oceans (new feeders are alway very welcome)



Cheers

Paul


On 02/02/2019 at 16:15, Fred Albertson <albertso@...> wrote:
Hi, All,

Thanks Paul and the rest of you for your comments on L-Band,
and your prompting me to try C-Band.  I'll get there.  And, yes,
Patrick, I have a "garden."  It is an 8 acre hay field and my look
angle to most of the satellites in question is between 40 and 50
degrees elevation. A good spot.

I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
Any comments?

Thanks,

Fred




Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Fred Albertson
 

Hi, All,

Thanks Paul and the rest of you for your comments on L-Band,
and your prompting me to try C-Band.  I'll get there.  And, yes,
Patrick, I have a "garden."  It is an 8 acre hay field and my look
angle to most of the satellites in question is between 40 and 50
degrees elevation. A good spot.

I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
Any comments?

Thanks,

Fred



Re: C-Band

Roland Fechter
 

Hello, Rinaldo !

Any luck yet ?

Before freezing myself to death on my balcony and smashing my Gibertini 1.2 dish knowing the experience of those who already tried would be most valuable to me.

Regards,

Roland

Am 01.02.2019 um 19:09 schrieb Patrick Lindecker:

Hello Rinaldo,

 

I don’t think that it is possible to receive C-band from 4A-F4 with a 1.2 m dish. With perhaps a 2 or 2.5m dish (?). I tried to receive with a 1 m dish and I did not see these AERO signals (unfortunately). However if you have yet all the stuff, you can try.

 

You might see the many past messages about this subject  on this forum.

 

73

Patrick

 

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Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 17:45
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] C-Band

 

Hi All,

can anyboby help me? I am currently decoding and receiving with an excellent signal1200 and 10500 bauds transmissions from 4A-F4 satellite with a 0.80 m dish on a helical antenna, the receiver is an RTL-SDR.COM V3 or a Funcube dongle pro and lna NooElec SAWbird+ iO Barebones. Now I would like to receive the C-band using C1W-PLL Wideband with 1.20 m dish but I can only receive 4A-F4 signals because the antenna positioned on the balcony can only be oriented towards that satellite. Is it possible? I am in northwestern Italy.

Regards.

Rinaldo




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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Phil Walls
 

Same in Australia, seems like they all wander. I can only get readable results for roughly 12 hours..give or take an hour.

On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 10:09 PM Paul Gulliver <paulg1953@...> wrote:
Reception is not helped by the fact the elevation of the satellite (from the UK) changes around 7 degrees over a 12 hour period, this means even with a 1.1m dish the dish has to be re-focused 3 or 4 times over that 12 hour period to keep a usable signal. The larger the dish the more times it would have to be re-focused.

Paul



On 02/02/2019 at 09:30, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

Hello Paul and all,

 

Thanks for your links Paul. For all, note that with almost the same installation , I could not get 1200 bauds AERO data (from the close south of Paris). The necessary dish size must depend on the location.




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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Paul Gulliver
 

Reception is not helped by the fact the elevation of the satellite (from the UK) changes around 7 degrees over a 12 hour period, this means even with a 1.1m dish the dish has to be re-focused 3 or 4 times over that 12 hour period to keep a usable signal. The larger the dish the more times it would have to be re-focused.

Paul



On 02/02/2019 at 09:30, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

Hello Paul and all,

 

Thanks for your links Paul. For all, note that with almost the same installation , I could not get 1200 bauds AERO data (from the close south of Paris). The necessary dish size must depend on the location.


Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Paul and all,

 

Thanks for your links Paul. For all, note that with almost the same installation , I could not get 1200 bauds AERO data (from the close south of Paris). The necessary dish size must depend on the location.

Below is described my installation.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Paul Gulliver
Envoyé : samedi 2 février 2019 10:18
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] INMARSAT C-Band Channels

 

Hi Fred,

First, thanks for the Inmarsat frequency list, very interesting, regarding AOR-E the list corresponds with my list very well :)

My location is Southern UK and I receive C band from AOR-E (3F5) and L band from Alphasat (4F1) although on occasions I turn my helix around and get L band from AOR-E.

 

Regarding reception of C band, you should be able to get good usable data from AOR-E using a 1.2m dish whilst Inmarsat are still using a series 3 satellite - the series 4 seems to have much lower power transponders and require a 1.8m or greater dish.

Here in the UK I'm using a 1.1m offset dish for AOR-E and getting good data and feeding Plane Plotter with the data.

 

My C-Band data displayed on VRS https://flic.kr/p/PcEMvP

 

 

Cheers,

 

Paul

 

On 01/02/2019 at 22:20, Fred Albertson <albertso@...> wrote:

Hi Patrick, et all,

Attached is a survey of INMARSAT channels in the L-Band visible to me
at MF08oo, in the eastern USA.  The data comes from experimentation,
and research, and may not be absolutely correct, but works for me.  I have
not ventured into C-Band yet, but it is on the horizon.

I can see AMER and AOR-E from here, interestingly enough, from the same
antenna placement, so they show up on the waterfall at the same time.  I am
using the RSP2-Pro receiver, Multipsk (and JAERO),  and a home made 9A4QAV
L-Band patch antenna with a NOOELEC LNA and L-Band SAW filter.

Patrick:  The info on ECG that I provided last May had an error. The AMER
LES for the US and Canada should be as follows:

1539.544MHz    LES-USA

1539.554MHz    LES-Canada

I hope you all find this useful.

Have fun,

Fred

Fred Albertson
Broadway, VA USA


 




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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Paul Gulliver
 

Hi Fred,
First, thanks for the Inmarsat frequency list, very interesting, regarding AOR-E the list corresponds with my list very well :)
My location is Southern UK and I receive C band from AOR-E (3F5) and L band from Alphasat (4F1) although on occasions I turn my helix around and get L band from AOR-E.

Regarding reception of C band, you should be able to get good usable data from AOR-E using a 1.2m dish whilst Inmarsat are still using a series 3 satellite - the series 4 seems to have much lower power transponders and require a 1.8m or greater dish.
Here in the UK I'm using a 1.1m offset dish for AOR-E and getting good data and feeding Plane Plotter with the data.

My C-Band data displayed on VRS https://flic.kr/p/PcEMvP


Cheers,

Paul


On 01/02/2019 at 22:20, Fred Albertson <albertso@...> wrote:
Hi Patrick, et all,

Attached is a survey of INMARSAT channels in the L-Band visible to me
at MF08oo, in the eastern USA.  The data comes from experimentation,
and research, and may not be absolutely correct, but works for me.  I have
not ventured into C-Band yet, but it is on the horizon.

I can see AMER and AOR-E from here, interestingly enough, from the same
antenna placement, so they show up on the waterfall at the same time.  I am
using the RSP2-Pro receiver, Multipsk (and JAERO),  and a home made 9A4QAV
L-Band patch antenna with a NOOELEC LNA and L-Band SAW filter.

Patrick:  The info on ECG that I provided last May had an error. The AMER
LES for the US and Canada should be as follows:

1539.544MHz    LES-USA

1539.554MHz    LES-Canada

I hope you all find this useful.

Have fun,

Fred

Fred Albertson
Broadway, VA USA




Re: Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Roger,

 

>That was port number 10

And the problem began at the number 10 and beyond (it was OK for numbers 1 to 9) ☺

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Roger
Envoyé : samedi 2 février 2019 05:02
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

 

Hello Patrick,

 

Thank you very much! 

This new version fixes the problem that I mentioned recently where Multipsk was not seeing the serial port that I created with VSPE. That was port number 10. So the problem had nothing to do with VSPE. Now Multipsk appears to be running PTT on my virtual Port #10 just fine.

 

73,

Roger



On Jan 30, 2019, at 3:36 PM, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

 

Hello to all,

 

The 4.38.1 version introduces a regression bug about serial port (for numbers >=10) that I fixed in this test version 4: http://f6cte.free.fr/MULTIPSK_4_38_2_test_version_1.zip

 

Paste this address in your Internet Explorer or equivalent. Download the file.
Extract the ZIP file and replace the “official” Multipsk.exe with this test version. Before, make a copy of the “official” Multipsk.exe, in case of. 

 

73

Patrick 

 

 


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Re: Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

Roger
 

Hello Patrick,

Thank you very much! 
This new version fixes the problem that I mentioned recently where Multipsk was not seeing the serial port that I created with VSPE. That was port number 10. So the problem had nothing to do with VSPE. Now Multipsk appears to be running PTT on my virtual Port #10 just fine.

73,
Roger

On Jan 30, 2019, at 3:36 PM, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

Hello to all,
 
The 4.38.1 version introduces a regression bug about serial port (for numbers >=10) that I fixed in this test version 4: http://f6cte.free.fr/MULTIPSK_4_38_2_test_version_1.zip
 
Paste this address in your Internet Explorer or equivalent. Download the file.
Extract the ZIP file and replace the “official” Multipsk.exe with this test version. Before, make a copy of the “official” Multipsk.exe, in case of. 
 
73
Patrick 
 



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Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Fred,

 

Thanks for your EGC information. Well noted for the LES USA and Canada.

 

>I have not ventured into C-Band yet, but it is on the horizon.

It’s quite a challenge... And if you have a garden (for the big dish) it will be a big advantage ☺

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Fred Albertson
Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 23:20
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] INMARSAT C-Band Channels

 

Hi Patrick, et all,

Attached is a survey of INMARSAT channels in the L-Band visible to me
at MF08oo, in the eastern USA.  The data comes from experimentation,
and research, and may not be absolutely correct, but works for me.  I have
not ventured into C-Band yet, but it is on the horizon.

I can see AMER and AOR-E from here, interestingly enough, from the same
antenna placement, so they show up on the waterfall at the same time.  I am
using the RSP2-Pro receiver, Multipsk (and JAERO),  and a home made 9A4QAV
L-Band patch antenna with a NOOELEC LNA and L-Band SAW filter.

Patrick:  The info on ECG that I provided last May had an error. The AMER
LES for the US and Canada should be as follows:

1539.544MHz    LES-USA

1539.554MHz    LES-Canada

I hope you all find this useful.

Have fun,

Fred

Fred Albertson
Broadway, VA USA





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INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Fred Albertson
 

Hi Patrick, et all,

Attached is a survey of INMARSAT channels in the L-Band visible to me
at MF08oo, in the eastern USA.  The data comes from experimentation,
and research, and may not be absolutely correct, but works for me.  I have
not ventured into C-Band yet, but it is on the horizon.

I can see AMER and AOR-E from here, interestingly enough, from the same
antenna placement, so they show up on the waterfall at the same time.  I am
using the RSP2-Pro receiver, Multipsk (and JAERO),  and a home made 9A4QAV
L-Band patch antenna with a NOOELEC LNA and L-Band SAW filter.

Patrick:  The info on ECG that I provided last May had an error. The AMER
LES for the US and Canada should be as follows:

1539.544MHz    LES-USA

1539.554MHz    LES-Canada

I hope you all find this useful.

Have fun,

Fred

Fred Albertson
Broadway, VA USA



Re: C-Band

Patrick Lindecker
 

Have you been able to monitor the ALPHASAT (INMARSAT 4A-F4) beacons?
No I tried only to monitor the 3F5 satellite which is more powerful, from which I monitored wide band transmissions but not the AERO signals (too weak here I suppose).

73
Patrick

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Objet : Re: [multipsk] C-Band


Have you been able to monitor the ALPHASAT (INMARSAT 4A-F4) beacons?

http://frequencyplansatellites.altervista.org/Beacon-Telemetry_Europe-Africa-MiddleEast.html

LA5VNA S





Den 01.02.2019 20:07, skrev Patrick Lindecker:

Hello Steinar,



I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a
C1W-PLL here in Norway

Thanks for this very interesting information. You are the first one
(as far as I know) able to monitor this satellite.



Note: I take into account that AIRSPY is reputed better that the “RTL
SDR V3“ dongle.



73

Patrick



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Re: [multipsk] C-Band



Hi Patrick

I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a
C1W-PLL here in Norway @ 59° north.

I am using an AIRSPY.

LA5VNA Steinar






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Re: C-Band

Steinar LA5VNA
 

Have you been able to monitor the ALPHASAT (INMARSAT 4A-F4) beacons?

http://frequencyplansatellites.altervista.org/Beacon-Telemetry_Europe-Africa-MiddleEast.html

LA5VNA S





Den 01.02.2019 20:07, skrev Patrick Lindecker:

Hello Steinar,

 

I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a
C1W-PLL here in Norway

Thanks for this very interesting information. You are the first one
(as far as I know) able to monitor this satellite.

 

Note: I take into account that AIRSPY is reputed better that the “RTL
SDR V3“ dongle.

 

73

Patrick

 

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Steinar LA5VNA via Groups.Io
Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 20:00
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] C-Band

 

Hi Patrick

I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a
C1W-PLL here in Norway @ 59° north.

I am using an AIRSPY.

LA5VNA Steinar

 

Re: C-Band

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Steinar,

 

>I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a C1W-PLL here in Norway

Thanks for this very interesting information. You are the first one (as far as I know) able to monitor this satellite.

 

Note: I take into account that AIRSPY is reputed better that the “RTL SDR V3“ dongle.

 

73

Patrick

 

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Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 20:00
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] C-Band

 

Hi Patrick

I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a C1W-PLL here in Norway @ 59° north.

I am using an AIRSPY.

LA5VNA Steinar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Den 01.02.2019 19:09, skrev Patrick Lindecker:
> Hello Rinaldo,
>
>
>
> I don’t think that it is possible to receive C-band from 4A-F4 with a 1.2 m dish. With perhaps a 2 or 2.5m dish (?). I tried to receive with a 1 m dish and I did not see these AERO signals (unfortunately). However if you have yet all the stuff, you can try.
>
>
>
> You might see the many past messages about this subject  on this forum.
>
>
>
> 73
>
> Patrick
>
>
>
> De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de ghinamor@...
> Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 17:45
> À : multipsk@groups.io
> Objet : [multipsk] C-Band
>
>
>
> Hi All,
>
> can anyboby help me? I am currently decoding and receiving with an excellent signal1200 and 10500 bauds transmissions from 4A-F4 satellite with a 0.80 m dish on a helical antenna, the receiver is an RTL-SDR.COM V3 or a Funcube dongle pro and lna NooElec SAWbird+ iO Barebones. Now I would like to receive the C-band using C1W-PLL Wideband with 1.20 m dish but I can only receive 4A-F4 signals because the antenna positioned on the balcony can only be oriented towards that satellite. Is it possible? I am in northwestern Italy.
>
> Regards.
>
> Rinaldo
>
>
>
>
>
> ---
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> https://www.avast.com/antivirus
>
>
>
>

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Re: C-Band

Steinar LA5VNA
 

Hi Patrick

I was able to pick up 4A-F4 on 25° east with my 1.8m dish and a C1W-PLL here in Norway @ 59° north.

I am using an AIRSPY.

LA5VNA Steinar








Den 01.02.2019 19:09, skrev Patrick Lindecker:
> Hello Rinaldo,
>
>
>
> I don’t think that it is possible to receive C-band from 4A-F4 with a 1.2 m dish. With perhaps a 2 or 2.5m dish (?). I tried to receive with a 1 m dish and I did not see these AERO signals (unfortunately). However if you have yet all the stuff, you can try.
>
>
>
> You might see the many past messages about this subject  on this forum.
>
>
>
> 73
>
> Patrick
>
>
>
> De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de ghinamor@...
> Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2019 17:45
> À : multipsk@groups.io
> Objet : [multipsk] C-Band
>
>
>
> Hi All,
>
> can anyboby help me? I am currently decoding and receiving with an excellent signal1200 and 10500 bauds transmissions from 4A-F4 satellite with a 0.80 m dish on a helical antenna, the receiver is an RTL-SDR.COM V3 or a Funcube dongle pro and lna NooElec SAWbird+ iO Barebones. Now I would like to receive the C-band using C1W-PLL Wideband with 1.20 m dish but I can only receive 4A-F4 signals because the antenna positioned on the balcony can only be oriented towards that satellite. Is it possible? I am in northwestern Italy.
>
> Regards.
>
> Rinaldo
>
>
>
>
>
> ---
> L'absence de virus dans ce courrier électronique a été vérifiée par le logiciel antivirus Avast.
> https://www.avast.com/antivirus
>
>
>
>

Re: Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Ivan,

 

No, FT8 will not be integrated.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Ivan Valentin
Envoyé : jeudi 31 janvier 2019 02:40
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

 

Greetings Patrick

 

it will be possible to integrate the FT8 mode to the very very Excellent “”Multipsk Soft.””

It would be excellent as it has the JT65 that works very well.

 

Tnx
73
Ivan / KP3IV

 

 

From: multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] On Behalf Of Patrick Lindecker
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 7:37 PM
To: multipsk@groups.io
Subject: [multipsk] Multipsk 4.38.2 - Test version 1 about serial ports (numbers 10 and above)

 

Hello to all,

 

The 4.38.1 version introduces a regression bug about serial port (for numbers >=10) that I fixed in this test version 4: http://f6cte.free.fr/MULTIPSK_4_38_2_test_version_1.zip

 

Paste this address in your Internet Explorer or equivalent. Download the file.
Extract the ZIP file and replace the “official” Multipsk.exe with this test version. Before, make a copy of the “official” Multipsk.exe, in case of.

 

73

Patrick

 

 


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