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Re: VDL2_Ground_Stations.txt Multipsk file last update 1751 GS = 1743 + 8 duplicate codes of South Korea. March 4, 2021

Sergio Sarabia
 

Thanks for sharing, they belong to:
 
25D297 [EFKT Kittila Finland] [Kittila]
2585F7 [EFKS Kuusamo Finland] [Kuusamo]
 
 


Re: VDL2_Ground_Stations.txt Multipsk file last update 1751 GS = 1743 + 8 duplicate codes of South Korea. March 4, 2021

Antti Takalo-Kippola
 

Have information on where they are located?
25D297, 2585F7
Thank You.
73 OH8BZH from Finland


Re: TCP/IP for other computers

C. van Ravenswaaij
 

Hi Mike,

First of all: thanks for your great software, I use it on a regular basis.
My question then would be: can HFDL-display also grab data from network folders?

Best regards,

Cornel


Re: libacars 2.1.3

agene
 

Hi Bob,

Yes, a couple of up to date QSO files will help me in testing this. Please send as attachments to:-
virtualtrains at tpg dot com dot au

Thanks

Regards, Mike Simpson
South Penrith, NSW, Australia



Re: libacars 2.1.3

bob schippacase
 

I will check it as well. Would you like some of my QSO
files to use? I’m near PHL and have some LAX SFO IAD 
files also.
Thanks for your quick response 


Re: libacars 2.1.3

agene
 

Hi Bob,

Funnily enough, I was just testing that yesterday. It seems like it works OK but I don't have any VDL2 recent logs to test it with. Virtually no international airlines now fly into Australia due bans with Covid19 so all I can test it on are Qantas and Virgin Australia aircraft which use fairly small sets of vdl2 data.

Regards, Mike Simpson
South Penrith, NSW, Australia



libacars 2.1.3

bob schippacase
 

For Mike Simpson

Can the libacars 2.1.3 program just be copied over
the previous version used in Display VDL2?

Only using Multipsk and Display VDL2.

Thank you
Bob


Re: TCP/IP for other computers

agene
 

Hi Cornel,

The latest versions of HFDL-Display and GMDSS-Display no longer use TCP/IP to copy data from MultiPSK, it is only necessary to set the QSO time to 20seconds and the programs read the data in virtually real time.

Regards, Mike Simpson
South Penrith, NSW, Australia



TCP/IP for other computers

C. van Ravenswaaij
 

Hi Patrick,

I use the TCP/IP functionality to pipe data from multiple instances of Multipsk to HFDL-display, but run out of computer/memory power.
Is it possible to expand the TCP/IP functionality to allow piping data to other pc's in the same network?

Thanks in advance,

Cornel
PA3BTS


TCP/IP for other computers

C. van Ravenswaaij
 

Hi Patrick,

I use the TCP/IP function in Multipsk to pipe info from several instances of Multipsk to HFDL-display and GMDSS-display. My computer is running out of sources to facilitate this. Would it be possible to allow the TCP/IP stream not only to the computer in use, but also to a computer in a local network?

Thanks in advance,

Cornel
PA3BTS


Re: CW mode: QRP button behaviour

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Thierry,

>I am not sure it is a normal behaviour.

No it is a bug. I will fix this.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Thierry via groups.io
Envoyé : lundi 15 mars 2021 13:46
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] CW mode: QRP button behaviour

 

Hi Patrick,

Using CW mode in TRX,  if QRP button is pushed before transmission, I notice that it become "not pushed" when Multipsk back to reception.
I am not sure it is a normal behaviour.

Thanks for your lights :)

Amitiés,

Thierry


CW mode: QRP button behaviour

Thierry
 

Hi Patrick,

Using CW mode in TRX,  if QRP button is pushed before transmission, I notice that it become "not pushed" when Multipsk back to reception.
I am not sure it is a normal behaviour.

Thanks for your lights :)

Amitiés,

Thierry


TCP/IP possibility (set of commands) to partially control Multipsk ("TCP/IP" button and then click on "Help"), from a third party program

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello to all,

 

For information, if you are a programmer, don’t forget that you have a TCP/IP possibility (set of commands) to partially control Multipsk (“TCP/IP” button and then click on “Help”), from a third party program.

 

Look at this example: PSK10_transceiver (F6CTE): program which shows how to decode and code PSK10 with a remote application, controlling Multipsk, through a TCP/IP link - sources and .EXE (Version 1)

 

73

Patrick

 


9265KHz 12/03/2021 - 00:30z - KIWISDR & MULTIPSK - WINB Pennsylvania-SWR - MultiPsk works fine !!!

George Konstantopoulos (Mobile)
 

9265KHz 12/03/2021 - 00:30z - KIWISDR & MULTIPSK - WINB Pennsylvania-SWR - MultiPsk works fine !!!

73s
George Konstantopoulos
SY1COP


Re: Suggestion: Filtering of duplicate Pocsag Messages

df6dbf@...
 

I have PDW here. There is a second Pocsag-Decoder from the former Baycom-Team. Since 2018 Freeware: https://www.baycom.de/software/products/poc32/44

@Patrick: Thanks! :)

73s, Holger


Re: Suggestion: Filtering of duplicate Pocsag Messages

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Holger,

 

OK I see. I will simply propose to remove a message if the previous message is the same.

 

Note about names relative to addresses. It is reminded that it exists a new possibility to associate number to name (“Open POCSAG.TXT” button ), for your local POCSAG transmitters:

 

/Personal file containing correspondences between addresses (always 7 figures) and names, written by the user

/If the user knows a correspondence, for example, between "0285106" and "John Smith", he/she can add (without the first "/"):

/0285106 John Smith

/In this case, if 0285106 is found by Multipsk, it will be displayed [John Smith-Alpha] instead [0285106-Alpha]

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de df6dbf@...
Envoyé : mardi 9 mars 2021 21:06
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] Suggestion: Filtering of duplicate Pocsag Messages

 

Hello Patrick, 
have here an Example received from a nearby Pager from the Fire Department (The Message itself is deleted for security reasons, but the Text was in all Messages identical).

[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

IMHO its easier for the User to filter Duplicate Messages. In this case i think we have 1 Message, transmitted from 2 sites.

73s Holger


Re: Suggestion: Filtering of duplicate Pocsag Messages

tseug <tseug@...>
 

On Tue, Mar 9, 2021 at 08:06 PM, <df6dbf@darc.de> wrote:


IMHO its easier for the User to filter Duplicate Messages. In this case i
think we have 1 Message, transmitted from 2 sites.
Well you have a message sent to two different pager IDs but theres nothing to suggest it is a single message sent from two sites (which would not be an efficient use of transmitters and would also be likely to cause data collisions)

PDW (dedicated pager software - free) would allow you to filter the duplicates plus give meaningful labels to the two pager IDs (so you could have station names, officer names, mobile unit identities etc.)

eg.
1234561 / London F321 PL Stoke Newington
1234562 / London F322 P Stoke Newington
1234565 / London H312 P Croydon
1111117 / Manchester Fire Investigation Officer

Both the pump and pump ladder might get the same mobilisation message and you would want to know that...if you filtered all duplicate messages you wouldn't know how many or which units were mobilised

PDW has far more options for filtering messdages so you can customise filters to only show certain keywords (such as specific incident types, or a specific locale)

Multipsk is perhaps good as an introduction to pager decoding or to see if some transmission is pagers (though you can probably do that by ear anyway)....however, it is VERY limited.


Re: Suggestion: Filtering of duplicate Pocsag Messages

df6dbf@...
 

Hello Patrick, 
have here an Example received from a nearby Pager from the Fire Department (The Message itself is deleted for security reasons, but the Text was in all Messages identical).

[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141353-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89  60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014126 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>
[1141201-Nume.]: 2U81 264U89 ]60_6184_44052--4[2U --02918_502718_50_96]5 579[9[]5]338668305U048 73_U ]667_U-2]_U [ 0_6186_1697_7-1] 7814-20507-57_791414_79U-]]73-90400 U=Urgency! <21014127 - *** Deleted Message ***>

IMHO its easier for the User to filter Duplicate Messages. In this case i think we have 1 Message, transmitted from 2 sites.

73s Holger


Re: No Sound Card

Patrick Lindecker
 

John,

 

The message « No sound card” comes from Windows and is relayed by Multipsk. Either a jack is not plugged in the input or the sound card has been deactivated.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de John Barnett
Envoyé : mardi 9 mars 2021 18:02
À : multipsk@groups.io Group Moderators
Objet : Re: [multipsk] No Sound Card

 

The sound card is working OK with Airspy SDR and SDR Console. So nothing wrong with it or Windows.

 

On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 14:24, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

Hello John,

Connect a jack to your sound card input, so as Windows can "see" a sound card working.

73
Patrick

-----Message d'origine-----
De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de John Barnett
Envoyé : mardi 9 mars 2021 10:10
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] No Sound Card

Hi, When I start Multipsk I get a popup saying no sound card. I have attached the two popups I get when starting the program.

PC spec.
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 CPU @ 3.40GHz   3.41 GHz
8.00 GB (7.89 GB usable)
64-bit operating system, x64-based processor Windows 10 Pro

Thanks.
John.




Re: No Sound Card

John Barnett
 

The sound card is working OK with Airspy SDR and SDR Console. So nothing wrong with it or Windows.


On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 14:24, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:
Hello John,

Connect a jack to your sound card input, so as Windows can "see" a sound card working.

73
Patrick

-----Message d'origine-----
De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de John Barnett
Envoyé : mardi 9 mars 2021 10:10
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] No Sound Card

Hi, When I start Multipsk I get a popup saying no sound card. I have attached the two popups I get when starting the program.

PC spec.
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 CPU @ 3.40GHz   3.41 GHz
8.00 GB (7.89 GB usable)
64-bit operating system, x64-based processor Windows 10 Pro

Thanks.
John.




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