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Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Mike P.
 

I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:

Mike,

The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
release of Fldigi.  Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive. All others
work just fine. Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state

On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:

At www.w1hkj.com
* 64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
* compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
* 32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
* 32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
* Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe

Includes these code changes:

  Calendar widget
    * Fix to year display bug

  Min Mode List
    * Update list of compatible fldigi modes

73, David, W1HKJ
Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.









Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Dave
 

Mike,

flmsg does not decode any modem.  that is performed in fldigi.  so you need to state what version of fldigi and on what operating system.

Dave

On 11/15/2017 04:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive.  All others
work just fine.  Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
    Port Orchard, Washington state

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

W. T. Jones
 

Dave,

I complied the 4..0.4.5 Flmsg.

The calendar heading shows the correct year on both systems now. November 2017.

I have NOT tested anything else. If time permits tonight I'll run it through the checklist.


Regards,

WT
Real heroes do not wear capes. They wear dog tags, turnout gear, and badges!

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 6:23 PM, Mike P. <ae7xb@...> wrote:

I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
    Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:

> Mike,
>
> The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
> release of Fldigi.  Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.
>
> 73, Ron NY3J
>
> On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
> > Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
> > ARES member and there are problems.
> >
> > The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
> > decode, garbage send and receive.  All others
> > work just fine.  Tks.
> >
> > 73
> >
> > --- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
> >      Port Orchard, Washington state
> >
> > On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:
> >
> >> At www.w1hkj.com
> >> *   64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
> >> *   compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
> >> *   32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
> >> *   32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
> >> *   Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe
> >>
> >> Includes these code changes:
> >>
> >>    Calendar widget
> >>      * Fix to year display bug
> >>
> >>    Min Mode List
> >>      * Update list of compatible fldigi modes
> >>
> >> 73, David, W1HKJ
> >>
> > Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
>



Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.






Re: Flmsg Drop Down Calendar Showing 20th Century Dates

Dave
 



On 11/15/2017 05:08 PM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Dave,

I don't see the announcement of 4.0.4.5 version in my thread.

The test was done using version 4.0.3.

I'll get over the w1hkj.com and find the test version.


Regards,

WT
Real heroes do not wear capes. They wear dog tags, turnout gear, and badges!

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 5:21 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:
Are you reporting this problem as persisting on flmsg version 4.0.4.5 or on flmsg 4.0.3 ?  Please check this message thread.  You will see that an alpha revision was posted for download, build and test.

David, W1HKJ

On 11/15/2017 04:10 PM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Just tried it again to make sure I was not loopy.

Here the 64 Bit Ubuntu 16.04 system - Wrong year.

32 Bit Ubuntu 16.04 system - Correct year.

​I'll leave this to better programmers than I could ever hope to be.

Regards,

WT



Re: Flmsg Drop Down Calendar Showing 20th Century Dates

W. T. Jones
 

I got it Dave....

Reply in the other thread about the test. Thank you!

Regards,

WT
Real heroes do not wear capes. They wear dog tags, turnout gear, and badges!

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 6:27 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:


On 11/15/2017 05:08 PM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Dave,

I don't see the announcement of 4.0.4.5 version in my thread.

The test was done using version 4.0.3.

I'll get over the w1hkj.com and find the test version.


Regards,

WT
Real heroes do not wear capes. They wear dog tags, turnout gear, and badges!

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 5:21 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:
Are you reporting this problem as persisting on flmsg version 4.0.4.5 or on flmsg 4.0.3 ?  Please check this message thread.  You will see that an alpha revision was posted for download, build and test.

David, W1HKJ

On 11/15/2017 04:10 PM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Just tried it again to make sure I was not loopy.

Here the 64 Bit Ubuntu 16.04 system - Wrong year.

32 Bit Ubuntu 16.04 system - Correct year.

​I'll leave this to better programmers than I could ever hope to be.

Regards,

WT




Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Dave
 

I will perform bench tests on 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F.

David

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Dave
 

Download these two test wav files:

Then play them back using fldigi's "File/Audio/Playback" facility.  Signals are centered at 1000 Hz on the waterfall.  Both correctly decode on fldigi 4.0.12 and 4.0.13.1

David

On 11/15/2017 05:23 PM, Mike P. wrote:
I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
    Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:

Mike,

The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
release of Fldigi.� Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive.  All others
work just fine.  Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
     Port Orchard, Washington state

On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:

At www.w1hkj.com
*   64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
*   compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
*   32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
*   32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
*   Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe

Includes these code changes:

 � Calendar widget
 ��� * Fix to year display bug

 � Min Mode List
 � � * Update list of compatible fldigi modes

73, David, W1HKJ

Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.











Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.







Re: Flmsg Drop Down Calendar Showing 20th Century Dates

Gil Gibbs
 

Frank,

Many thanks, I'm quite behind times - & "Hurricane Harvey" hasn't helped at all.


On 11/15/2017 4:48 PM, younghotdog via Groups.Io wrote:
Ubuntu is Linux. It's one of many "variants" of the same root. 

Frank



Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Mike P.
 

Ok, Dave. I did a clean reboot and restart of fldigi.
Manually changed to the appropriate op-mode
before each test, centered on 1000Hz, turned off
fldigi squelch.

The first time neither decoded. I noticed that even
though I was set on 1000Hz, the signal was not.

So I changed my center freq to 995 to match the
8PSK125F and it decoded. I changed my center
freq for the 8PSK250F so it matched the signal
on 988 and it also decoded nicely.

These op-modes appear to be very demanding of
their frequency requirements. I last calibrated my
fldigi and soundcard about two-three months ago
using the fldigi on-board WWV utility.

So, where do we go from here? :-)

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:41, Dave wrote:


Download these two test wav files:
* 8psk125f.wav
* 8psk250f.wav
Then play them back using fldigi's "File/Audio/Playback" facility.  Signals are centered at 1000
Hz on the waterfall.  Both correctly decode on fldigi 4.0.12 and 4.0.13.1
David
On 11/15/2017 05:23 PM, Mike P. wrote:

I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:



Mike,

The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
release of Fldigi. Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:


Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive. All others
work just fine. Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state

On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:



At www.w1hkj.com
* 64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
* compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
* 32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
* 32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
* Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe

Includes these code changes:

Calendar widget
* Fix to year display bug

Min Mode List
* Update list of compatible fldigi modes

73, David, W1HKJ



Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.















Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.










Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Larry Levesque
 

Same here, strange decode on 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F at first.
Although after playing with audio settings something appears to have corrected itself.
Downloaded your test files and here is what I am getting
Other modes I have tested work fine without having to mess with any settings:


=============================================
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN OPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmn opqrstuvwxyz
0123456789 9876543210
!@#$%&*()_+-=[]{}\|;:'",.</?
=============================================

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 05:41:09PM -0600, w1hkj wrote:
Download these two test wav files:

* 8psk125f.wav <http://www.w1hkj.com/wav_tests/8psk125f.wav>
* 8psk250f.wav <http://www.w1hkj.com/wav_tests/8psk250f.wav>

Then play them back using fldigi's "File/Audio/Playback" facility.  Signals
are centered at 1000 Hz on the waterfall.  Both correctly decode on fldigi
4.0.12 and 4.0.13.1

David

On 11/15/2017 05:23 PM, Mike P. wrote:
I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:

Mike,

The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
release of Fldigi.� Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive. All others
work just fine. Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state

On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:

At www.w1hkj.com
* 64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
* compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
* 32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
* 32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
* Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe

Includes these code changes:

� Calendar widget
��� * Fix to year display bug

� Min Mode List
� � * Update list of compatible fldigi modes

73, David, W1HKJ
Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.







Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.





--
Larry Levesque
KA1VGM

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Dave
 

The 8PSK modes are very susceptible to noise and it is not uncommon the decode noise at the beginning and ending of a transmission.

I will pass along your observations to the 8PSK developer.

Dave

On 11/15/2017 06:25 PM, Larry Levesque wrote:
Same here, strange decode on 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F at first.
Although after playing with audio settings something appears to have corrected itself.
Downloaded your test files and here is what I am getting
Other modes I have tested work fine without having to mess with any settings:


=============================================
       ABCDEFGHIJKLMN OPQRSTUVWXYZ
       abcdefghijklmn opqrstuvwxyz
       0123456789       9876543210
      !@#$%&*()_+-=[]{}\|;:'",.</?
=============================================

On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 05:41:09PM -0600, w1hkj wrote:
Download these two test wav files:

 * 8psk125f.wav <http://www.w1hkj.com/wav_tests/8psk125f.wav>
 * 8psk250f.wav <http://www.w1hkj.com/wav_tests/8psk250f.wav>

Then play them back using fldigi's "File/Audio/Playback" facility.  Signals
are centered at 1000 Hz on the waterfall.  Both correctly decode on fldigi
4.0.12 and 4.0.13.1

David

On 11/15/2017 05:23 PM, Mike P. wrote:
I was and still am using Fldigi 4.0.12, Linux version.

And so was the other gentleman I was doing the
testing with, he was using the Windows version.
The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F do not work.

Just so ya know, I keep Flidig and all it's companion
programs current. The Fldigi NBEMS Communication
Suite is awesome.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
    Port Orchard, Washington state


On 15 Nov 2017 at 17:55, Ron wrote:

Mike,

The problem with 8PSK modes not decoding was fixed with the latest
release of Fldigi.� Download and install Fldigi 4.0.12.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/15/2017 5:31 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I tested the Flmsg alpha-test with another
ARES member and there are problems.

The 8PSK125F and 8PSK250F op-modes do not
decode, garbage send and receive.  All others
work just fine.  Tks.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
     Port Orchard, Washington state

On 15 Nov 2017 at 12:03, Dave wrote:

At www.w1hkj.com
*   64 bit MacOS build ......... flmsg-4.0.4.5.dmg
*   compressed source archive .. flmsg-4.0.4.5.tar.gz
*   32 bit OS X i386 build ..... flmsg-4.0.4.5_i386.dmg
*   32 bit OS X G4 build ....... flmsg-4.0.4.5_ppc.dmg
*   Windows install exe ........ flmsg-4.0.4.5_setup.exe

Includes these code changes:

 � Calendar widget
 ��� * Fix to year display bug

 � Min Mode List
 � � * Update list of compatible fldigi modes

73, David, W1HKJ

Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.









Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.







      

    

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Frank Olaughlin
 

Mike P.

Are you using HF SSB for the lower speed 8PSK modes or VHF FM?
 If you are using VHF FM, is there any special reason you use 1000hz?

My group has been testing 8PSK since it was developed with John Phelps a few years back. We have found that 1500hz is about the best for 8PSK. We started near 1000hz since we used that for HF, but found that it was not nearly the best. John had noted similar in testing.

But of luck with your testing of 8PSK

73'
Frank
WQ1O

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Mike P.
 

Frank, I set my waterfall to 1000Hz because I
was following Dave's directions for testing the
8PSK125F and 8PSK250F data that he had
sent me. Here in the Seattle area, we only use
1500Hz on our digital net operations.

Our current 8PSK tests have been on our VHF
and UHF digital nets, but we have not yet made
plans for testing 8PSK on HF.

We are looking very closely at using 8PSK1000F
as our primary op-mode on the repeater nets, and
maybe relegating MT632KL as a fall-back mode.

Testing continues. <grin>

Frank, thanks for your info, I'll pass it on here.

73

--- Mike Pompey, AE7XB
Port Orchard, Washington state

On 16 Nov 2017 at 10:55, Frank Olaughlin wrote:

Mike P.

Are you using HF SSB for the lower speed 8PSK modes or VHF FM?
 If you are using VHF FM, is there any special reason you use 1000hz?

My group has been testing 8PSK since it was developed with John Phelps a few years back. We
have found that 1500hz is about the best for 8PSK. We started near 1000hz since we used that
for HF, but found that it was not nearly the best. John had noted similar in testing.

But of luck with your testing of 8PSK

73'
Frank
WQ1O


Electronics usually stop working once the magic smoke is released.

Re: flmsg 4.0.4.5 alpha posted

Frank Olaughlin
 

Ok, Mike P,

Sounds good.
We abandoned MT63 very early on VHF using QPSK-500. We then adopted the first of the wider modes such as PSK1000RC2 and it worked out well. We use 1500 as a general setting for 8PSK modes. We use the 1000F and 1200F as standard now. We also found and reported to John that at the very highest speeds, particularly 1000F and 1200F, a setting of around 1700hz was optimal. 1700hz 1000F for repeater and 1700hz 1200F for simplex FM VHF.

Best of luck in your continued testing

73'
Frank
WQ1O

Shortwave Radiogram, 18-19 Nov, includes 8PSK-500F and -1000F

kd9xb
 

Shortwave Radiogram this weekend is mostly in the usual MFSK32, but one news story is transmitted first in 8PSK-500F (1690 wpm) and then in 8PSK-1000F (3386 wpm). These modes are probably too fast for HF, but we'll try them anyway.

Details and schedule:

http://swradiogram.net/post/167598577657/shortwave-radiogram-18-19-november-2017-fast

Over the weekend, see listeners' results by visiting https://twitter.com/swradiogram  (Twitter account not required.)

Kim
KD9XB

Re: Shortwave Radiogram, 18-19 Nov, includes 8PSK-500F and -1000F

Ron
 

Hi Kim,

I can't wait to see what happens during the 8PSK500F and 8PSK1000F.  Our ARES/RACES group uses 8PSK1000F during their events on the local FM frequencies.  Usually it's a large email that is forwarded from the served agency to the remote sites.  We just had a power plant drill and one of the emails was from the Governor's office.  The speed of 8PSK1000F handles the large files very well using FLAMP.

I have tested the 8PSK125F and 8PSK25F and was surprised that I had a harder time with these modes than the faster modes.

Good luck on the broadcast and thanks for doing this service.  I'll let you know how it turns out.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/17/2017 5:35 PM, kd9xb wrote:
Shortwave Radiogram this weekend is mostly in the usual MFSK32, but one news story is transmitted first in 8PSK-500F (1690 wpm) and then in 8PSK-1000F (3386 wpm). These modes are probably too fast for HF, but we'll try them anyway.

Details and schedule:

http://swradiogram.net/post/167598577657/shortwave-radiogram-18-19-november-2017-fast

Over the weekend, see listeners' results by visiting https://twitter.com/swradiogram  (Twitter account not required.)

Kim
KD9XB

Re: Shortwave Radiogram, 18-19 Nov, includes 8PSK-500F and -1000F

kd9xb
 

100% decodes  of the 8PSK-500F and -1000F were reported in France, Belgium, and Germany.  This is from a 100 kW transmitter in Bulgaria on 9400 kHz.

See for example ...

https://twitter.com/Hal_Fi/status/931925424044621825

The 100% decodes were the exception rather than the rule.  But this was a fun experiment.

Might be interesting to try with Flamp, which we can do as part of a broadcast.  

Listeners in western North America should try tonight 0600-0630Z on 7730 kHz from WRMI Florida.

Kim

Re: Shortwave Radiogram, 18-19 Nov, includes 8PSK-500F and -1000F

KL4YFD ham
 

Hi all,

So happy to hear that 8PSK500F and 8PSK1000F are going to be tested on HF / shortwave. Thank you Kim!

I originally designed and created the 8PSK modes, but cannot legally transmit the fastest ones on HF in the US with my amateur licence.
That pesky "FCC 300 baud-limit" rule,  hihi.


It is expected that 8PSK500F would survive well.
The interleaver and FEC values were originally chosen with the HF & 6-meter channel in mind.

Am interested as well to see how 8PSK1000F survives at broadcast power-levels. Such power raises the signal-to-noise ratio to amazing levels I never imagined for an HF signal.


73's
John Phelps
KL4YFD


On Sat, Nov 18, 2017 at 6:39 AM, Ron <rwenig@...> wrote:
Hi Kim,

I can't wait to see what happens during the 8PSK500F and 8PSK1000F.  Our ARES/RACES group uses 8PSK1000F during their events on the local FM frequencies.  Usually it's a large email that is forwarded from the served agency to the remote sites.  We just had a power plant drill and one of the emails was from the Governor's office.  The speed of 8PSK1000F handles the large files very well using FLAMP.

I have tested the 8PSK125F and 8PSK25F and was surprised that I had a harder time with these modes than the faster modes.

Good luck on the broadcast and thanks for doing this service.  I'll let you know how it turns out.

73, Ron NY3J

On 11/17/2017 5:35 PM, kd9xb wrote:
Shortwave Radiogram this weekend is mostly in the usual MFSK32, but one news story is transmitted first in 8PSK-500F (1690 wpm) and then in 8PSK-1000F (3386 wpm). These modes are probably too fast for HF, but we'll try them anyway.

Details and schedule:

http://swradiogram.net/post/167598577657/shortwave-radiogram-18-19-november-2017-fast

Over the weekend, see listeners' results by visiting https://twitter.com/swradiogram  (Twitter account not required.)

Kim
KD9XB


MFSK images

Al Massaro
 

Hey folks can someone tell me why the receive window does not auto open when an image is coming in? A couple of us here in NM used to send images without any issues, now no joy. Have we not set something correctly?
Al M
KF5SMH

Re: Shortwave Radiogram, 18-19 Nov, includes 8PSK-500F and -1000F

kd9xb
 

Shortwave Radiogram soon at 2030Z (3:30 pm EST), with a good signal on 11580 kHz to eastern USA from WRMI Florida.

Good chance for successful decode of the 8PSK-500F and -1000F modes.

http://swradiogram.net/post/167598577657/shortwave-radiogram-18-19-november-2017-fast

Kim
KD9XB