Date   
Re: fldigi 4.1.01 release

W. T. Jones
 

There does seem to be something amiss here.

On the first transmission of an 8PSK1200F file the headers were completely missed.

The second transmission using 8PSK1000F skipped blocks as shown...

<DATA 138 2817>{37A1:102}cC3k4mUwOIPwEHyTCaqa8VdBK01hgc3E0DT4yx38kt70N4ciLl/aOM+DHCJfalrKS
56OXO/Dk8c6T+rAbTNVtw8Il627X9waj7
<DATA 138 1AE2>{37A1:156}DasLoKNXRqHRHSfZmQC+clxaLcDJ/Cjt5b6T1v9jOrssApmyV1ycvtGIQ/xNbwM0sZ
7FbqU6gM2FI7l/VQgMtYGRDtlTuzpduTE6Hw6vbKZBGNVZgXaYo7Q3vUqAVwcK

On the 3rd transmission it reached the first 3 minute break and did not continue.

This file was sent Sunday night with 4.1.00 without any problems.

Regards,

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


On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 10:31 PM Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:
I will test here running a multifile flamp transmission.

Dave

On 2/19/19 9:26 PM, Dave wrote:
Check the deadman timer



Dave

On 2/19/19 5:29 PM, Mike P. wrote:
Dave, I'm getting the same flamp problem. On a multi-file
transmission with at least two passes, the second pass on
the second file stops after a few lines.  Happens on any
op-mode, compressed or non-compressed.

73

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


On 19 Feb 2019 at 21:49, Kenneth C Miller via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi Dave,

I have had a problem with your last two versions while xmiting compressed files via FLamp.� I get
about
seven lines of data sent and then get a extended line length followed by a skipping of several
lines.
Going back to using version 4.01.00 no problems working with FLamp 2.2.04.�

Running Windows 8.1 on Toshiba laptop.�

73 de Ken, K7IFG
Electronics usually don't work after the magic smoke is released.








Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

Is this the expected operation ?

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

Any insight greatly appreciated.

This is what I’m seeing.

DATA-LSB MODE

USB MODE

Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Gary
 

What radio are you using? Do you have any notch filtering set up???

 

 

 

From: nbems@groups.io [mailto:nbems@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 12:42 AM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

 

Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

 

fldigi v4.1.00

Rig: Yaesu FT-991a

OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6

Digi Mode: BPSK31

 

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

 

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

 

Is this the expected operation ?

 

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

 

Any insight greatly appreciated.

 

This is what I’m seeing.

 

DATA-LSB MODE

 

USB MODE

 

Thank you in advance,

Bill Hamel, K3TFM

Re: fldigi 4.1.01 release

Dave
 

Just had our first 1 hour interval without rain and thunderstorms in the past 48 hours.  I tested flamp 2.2.04 and fldigi 4.1.01 with multiple file transfers.  Both running on Linux Mint 18.3 / 32 bit.
  • 8psk125
  • file 1 800 bytes
  • file 2 2000 bytes
Used the "Xmt All" button on the Transmit tab of flamp dialog.  No issues with timeouts etc.

I am going to need more information on your h/w and s/w setup.
  • Computer h/w and operation system (version)
  • Transceiver
  • Audio interface
  • flamp version
  • fldigi version
  • copy of fldigi configuration file (fldigi_def.xml)
  • copy of flamp configuration file (FLAMP.prefs)
  • copies of candidate files being transferred
Send info and files direct to w1hkj at bellsouth dot net.

Dave

On 2/19/19 5:29 PM, Mike P. wrote:

Dave, I'm getting the same flamp problem. On a multi-file
transmission with at least two passes, the second pass on
the second file stops after a few lines.  Happens on any
op-mode, compressed or non-compressed.

73

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


On 19 Feb 2019 at 21:49, Kenneth C Miller via Groups.Io wrote:

Hi Dave,

I have had a problem with your last two versions while xmiting compressed files via FLamp.� I get
about
seven lines of data sent and then get a extended line length followed by a skipping of several
lines.
Going back to using version 4.01.00 no problems working with FLamp 2.2.04.�

Running Windows 8.1 on Toshiba laptop.�

73 de Ken, K7IFG




Electronics usually don't work after the magic smoke is released.







Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

k4pwo
 

I have an older plain FT-991… your answer is in the menus.  You can select the data mode bandwidth there.  If I was at my radio I could assist further but I’m not…

The manual is your friend.

 

Perry K4PWO

 

From: nbems@groups.io <nbems@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 11:42 PM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

 

Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

 

fldigi v4.1.00

Rig: Yaesu FT-991a

OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6

Digi Mode: BPSK31

 

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

 

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

 

Is this the expected operation ?

 

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

 

Any insight greatly appreciated.

 

This is what I’m seeing.

 

DATA-LSB MODE

 

USB MODE

 

Thank you in advance,

Bill Hamel, K3TFM

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

Thank you for the reply.

Notch filter is OFF in the plain SSB modes (Non data) and is not an option when DATA-xSB is selected.

What I don’t understand right now is that it started working … when I saw your email I went into the 991a and checked the notch filter and manually changed the modes verifying that the notch filter would change the waterfall which it did on USB and LSB but not to the extent you see below.

So after I did this I took a break and shut everything down and when I fired everything back up is looked fine as I thought it should which had me scratching my head.

What’s strange is that I’ve shut everything down and up again several times during the natural course of the days and it never got any better.

Not sure what happened but I’m not complaining.

Thanks again for the email, it may not have been the answer but it helped getting the problem resolved. I’m just hoping it doesn’t resurface because I’m not sure what corrected it.

Thanks again
-bh k3tfm .

On Feb 20, 2019, at 7:31 AM, Gary <glhammer1970@...> wrote:

What radio are you using? Do you have any notch filtering set up???
 
 
 
From: nbems@groups.io [mailto:nbems@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 12:42 AM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box
 
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.
 
fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31
 
With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.
 
DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.
 
Is this the expected operation ?
 
It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.
 
Any insight greatly appreciated.
 
This is what I’m seeing.
 
DATA-LSB MODE
<image001.png>
 
USB MODE
<image002.png>
 
Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM


Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

Thanks for the response.

I’ve read the manuals to no avail and thought that’s why I’d ask here for some help.

Based on another response talking about notch filter I went and checked that which was off and isn’t an option in the 991’s digital DATA-xSB modes anyway.

What has me scratching my head is that I was watching the fldigi waterfall and manually on the rig changed mode to USB and verified the waterfall changing, then hit the notch filter and saw it respond but not to the degree I was seeing in the Data mode.

I then changed back for DATA-USB and notch filter isn’t an option in that mode and the waterfall still looked narrow. I shut everything down and when I came back later and fired everything back up it was working fine. I had power cycled everything naturally over the past few days which had no effect.

It wasn’t until I went to the 991a and manually changed the modes that something changed.

I will say that I’ve been changing the modes via the 991 and RIGCAT tags I use in the macros as well as within flrig.

All I can think of is that somewhere in the CAT interaction something got dinged until I manually went to the rig and cycled through the modes … got me <shrug> …

I’m not complaining bc it works now.

Never the less, thanks for the input . If this pops up again I’ll try to figure out what combination actually corrected it and report it.

Thanks again,
-bh k3tfm


On Feb 20, 2019, at 12:07 PM, k4pwo <k4pwo@...> wrote:

I have an older plain FT-991… your answer is in the menus.  You can select the data mode bandwidth there.  If I was at my radio I could assist further but I’m not…
The manual is your friend.
 
Perry K4PWO
 
From: nbems@groups.io <nbems@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 11:42 PM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box
 
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.
 
fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31
 
With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.
 
DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.
 
Is this the expected operation ?
 
It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.
 
Any insight greatly appreciated.
 
This is what I’m seeing.
 
DATA-LSB MODE
<image001.png>
 
USB MODE
<image002.png>
 
Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM


Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Gary
 

I don’t the run rig control. I use the front congtrols on the radio, FT-920. Anyway, sound's like you have it "fixed", even if you really don't understand "what" did it!  Onward and upward!

 

Gary

KB8TSO

 

From: nbems@groups.io [mailto:nbems@groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 1:43 PM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

 

Thanks for the response.

 

I’ve read the manuals to no avail and thought that’s why I’d ask here for some help.

 

Based on another response talking about notch filter I went and checked that which was off and isn’t an option in the 991’s digital DATA-xSB modes anyway.

 

What has me scratching my head is that I was watching the fldigi waterfall and manually on the rig changed mode to USB and verified the waterfall changing, then hit the notch filter and saw it respond but not to the degree I was seeing in the Data mode.

 

I then changed back for DATA-USB and notch filter isn’t an option in that mode and the waterfall still looked narrow. I shut everything down and when I came back later and fired everything back up it was working fine. I had power cycled everything naturally over the past few days which had no effect.

 

It wasn’t until I went to the 991a and manually changed the modes that something changed.

 

I will say that I’ve been changing the modes via the 991 and RIGCAT tags I use in the macros as well as within flrig.

 

All I can think of is that somewhere in the CAT interaction something got dinged until I manually went to the rig and cycled through the modes … got me <shrug> …

 

I’m not complaining bc it works now.

 

Never the less, thanks for the input . If this pops up again I’ll try to figure out what combination actually corrected it and report it.

 

Thanks again,

-bh k3tfm

 



On Feb 20, 2019, at 12:07 PM, k4pwo <k4pwo@...> wrote:

 

I have an older plain FT-991… your answer is in the menus.  You can select the data mode bandwidth there.  If I was at my radio I could assist further but I’m not…

The manual is your friend.

 

Perry K4PWO

 

From: nbems@groups.io <nbems@groups.io> On Behalf Of Bill Hamel
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 11:42 PM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

 

Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

 

fldigi v4.1.00

Rig: Yaesu FT-991a

OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6

Digi Mode: BPSK31

 

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

 

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

 

Is this the expected operation ?

 

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

 

Any insight greatly appreciated.

 

This is what I’m seeing.

 

DATA-LSB MODE

<image001.png>

 

USB MODE

<image002.png>

 

Thank you in advance,

Bill Hamel, K3TFM

 

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

kd8ftr@...
 

without knowing the rig personally I would say data mode automatically adds filtering to cut out the outsides of the band. You can work in the waterfall in data mode or see the full spectrum in regular sideband mode. You should be able to transmit either way


On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 12:41 AM, Bill Hamel
<bill@...> wrote:
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

Is this the expected operation ?

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

Any insight greatly appreciated.

This is what I’m seeing.

DATA-LSB MODE

USB MODE

Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

Hi there,

The modem and sound card is internal to the FT-991A. Reading the manual they say that for data mode the rig must be in data mode.

That said, I saw that I could transmit but I saw that on the receive side things like AFC weren’t working unless I went back into digital mode. Nor do I know if someone could decode bpsk31 that I’m xmiting in native xSB.

Never the less, it is fixed now not sure what did it but my actions that lead up to it are in this thread …

Thanks for the input, very much appreciated !

-bh k3tfm

On Feb 20, 2019, at 2:45 PM, kd8ftr via Groups.Io <kd8ftr@...> wrote:

without knowing the rig personally I would say data mode automatically adds filtering to cut out the outsides of the band. You can work in the waterfall in data mode or see the full spectrum in regular sideband mode. You should be able to transmit either way


On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 12:41 AM, Bill Hamel
<bill@...> wrote:
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.

fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31

With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.

DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.

Is this the expected operation ?

It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.

Any insight greatly appreciated.

This is what I’m seeing.

DATA-LSB MODE
<PastedGraphic-1.png>

USB MODE
<PastedGraphic-2.png>

Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM
<PastedGraphic-2.png><PastedGraphic-1.png>

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

rgireson
 

Might the rig have DSP set differently (e.g., Width & Shift) for different modes?

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Marty Hartwell
 

Hi

This may not make much sense but maybe just entering and leaving the setup area

and looking around, not even clicking anything and then saving again curred it.

Just a thought.


Marty kd8bj

On 2/20/19 12:30 PM, Bill Hamel wrote:
Thank you for the reply.

Notch filter is OFF in the plain SSB modes (Non data) and is not an option when DATA-xSB is selected.

What I don’t understand right now is that it started working … when I saw your email I went into the 991a and checked the notch filter and manually changed the modes verifying that the notch filter would change the waterfall which it did on USB and LSB but not to the extent you see below.

So after I did this I took a break and shut everything down and when I fired everything back up is looked fine as I thought it should which had me scratching my head.

What’s strange is that I’ve shut everything down and up again several times during the natural course of the days and it never got any better.

Not sure what happened but I’m not complaining.

Thanks again for the email, it may not have been the answer but it helped getting the problem resolved. I’m just hoping it doesn’t resurface because I’m not sure what corrected it.

Thanks again
-bh k3tfm .

On Feb 20, 2019, at 7:31 AM, Gary <glhammer1970@... <mailto:glhammer1970@...>> wrote:

What radio are you using? Do you have any notch filtering set up???
*From:*nbems@groups.io <mailto:nbems@groups.io>[mailto:nbems@groups.io]*On Behalf Of*Bill Hamel
*Sent:*Wednesday, February 20, 2019 12:42 AM
*To:*nbems@groups.io <mailto:nbems@groups.io>
*Subject:*[nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.
fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31
With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.
DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.
Is this the expected operation ?
It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.
Any insight greatly appreciated.
This is what I’m seeing.
DATA-LSB MODE
<image001.png>
USB MODE
<image002.png>
Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

HI there,

Yep, I wish I was paying more attention to the series of events that fixed it, but it is working now.

Thanks again,

-bh k3tfm

On Feb 20, 2019, at 8:08 PM, Marty Hartwell <mhartwe@...> wrote:

Hi

This may not make much sense but maybe just entering and leaving the setup area

and looking around, not even clicking anything and then saving again curred it.

Just a thought.


Marty kd8bj


On 2/20/19 12:30 PM, Bill Hamel wrote:
Thank you for the reply.

Notch filter is OFF in the plain SSB modes (Non data) and is not an option when DATA-xSB is selected.

What I don’t understand right now is that it started working … when I saw your email I went into the 991a and checked the notch filter and manually changed the modes verifying that the notch filter would change the waterfall which it did on USB and LSB but not to the extent you see below.

So after I did this I took a break and shut everything down and when I fired everything back up is looked fine as I thought it should which had me scratching my head.

What’s strange is that I’ve shut everything down and up again several times during the natural course of the days and it never got any better.

Not sure what happened but I’m not complaining.

Thanks again for the email, it may not have been the answer but it helped getting the problem resolved. I’m just hoping it doesn’t resurface because I’m not sure what corrected it.

Thanks again
-bh k3tfm .

On Feb 20, 2019, at 7:31 AM, Gary <glhammer1970@... <mailto:glhammer1970@...>> wrote:

What radio are you using? Do you have any notch filtering set up???
*From:*nbems@groups.io <mailto:nbems@groups.io>[mailto:nbems@groups.io]*On Behalf Of*Bill Hamel
*Sent:*Wednesday, February 20, 2019 12:42 AM
*To:*nbems@groups.io <mailto:nbems@groups.io>
*Subject:*[nbems] Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box
Good evening. I am new to fldigi this may just be a newbie thing.
fldigi v4.1.00
Rig: Yaesu FT-991a
OS: MAC OS X 10.13.6
Digi Mode: BPSK31
With the FT-991a mode set to DATA-LSB (or DATA-USB) the width of the waterfall goes from 700 to 1300, if I switch to LSB or USB the waterfall covers the entire spectrum area which my view currently sees from 0 to 2700.
DATA-LSB or DATA-USB is the mode required for BPSK according to the Ft-991’s manual.
Is this the expected operation ?
It seems to me that I should be seeing the entire range of the spectrum that is in view or scrollable view.
Any insight greatly appreciated.
This is what I’m seeing.
DATA-LSB MODE
<image001.png>
USB MODE
<image002.png>
Thank you in advance,
Bill Hamel, K3TFM



Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Richard Small
 

The problem is that the Digital USB mode provides a narrow “sweet spot”.

Bring up the “F” menu and find Shift and Width.

Set Shift to 1200 (maximum)

Set Width to 2400

That’s what works for me on my FT-991 (not A)

 

Dick, WB6DIK

 

Richard Small

rmsmall@...

 

FLARQ

David Weiss <dweiss.ssbn620@...>
 

When I start beaconing, FLARC sends a beacon to FLDIGI and FLDIGI sends the beacon.
My issue is that the beacon status goes to 'Beaconing' but never beacons again and can not be turned off.
Any help would be appreciated.

Re: FLARQ

Bob Cameron
 

The beacon period is set? I think the default is 60 seconds. My flarq has a countdown timer next to the beacon/button and seems to work.

Are you seeing flarq hang? If so I'd suggest the usual approach of renaming the config directories (.fldigi and .nbems) and testing with defaults. The communication flarq/fldigi is also via TCP 7322 and 7362 so make sure nothing else is using that. Example, flmsg running at the same time may.

Bob VK2YQA


On 23/2/19 6:26 am, David Weiss wrote:
When I start beaconing, FLARC sends a beacon to FLDIGI and FLDIGI sends the beacon.
My issue is that the beacon status goes to 'Beaconing' but never beacons again and can not be turned off.
Any help would be appreciated.
_._,_._,_


Re: FLARQ

David Weiss <dweiss.ssbn620@...>
 

What versions are you running.  Are you using Windows, Linix or Apple?


On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 4:41 PM Bob Cameron <bob3bob3@...> wrote:

The beacon period is set? I think the default is 60 seconds. My flarq has a countdown timer next to the beacon/button and seems to work.

Are you seeing flarq hang? If so I'd suggest the usual approach of renaming the config directories (.fldigi and .nbems) and testing with defaults. The communication flarq/fldigi is also via TCP 7322 and 7362 so make sure nothing else is using that. Example, flmsg running at the same time may.

Bob VK2YQA


On 23/2/19 6:26 am, David Weiss wrote:
When I start beaconing, FLARC sends a beacon to FLDIGI and FLDIGI sends the beacon.
My issue is that the beacon status goes to 'Beaconing' but never beacons again and can not be turned off.
Any help would be appreciated.



--
David Weiss

flamp / fldigi

Dave
 

Please test this combination

The 8psk1000F.wav playback file was created on Linux and played back successfully on Linux and Windows 10.  It consists of 5 files of various sizes and complexity.  It was recorded at 48,000 samples/sec, monophonic.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 2/19/19 3:49 PM, Kenneth C Miller via Groups.Io wrote:
Hi Dave,

I have had a problem with your last two versions while xmiting compressed files via FLamp.  I get about
seven lines of data sent and then get a extended line length followed by a skipping of several lines.
Going back to using version 4.01.00 no problems working with FLamp 2.2.04. 

Running Windows 8.1 on Toshiba laptop. 

73 de Ken, K7IFG

Re: FLARQ

Bob Cameron
 

Linux Debian Stretch, fldigi 4.1.00 built from source (flarq being included within fldigi)

On 23/2/19 9:40 am, David Weiss wrote:
What versions are you running.  Are you using Windows, Linix or Apple?

Re: Waterfall much narrower than the visible range of the spectrum box

Bill Hamel
 

Hi there, 

That was it …. VERY MUCH APPRECIATED !!

Mine seems to reset on power cycle, but no big deal I suppose …

Thanks again and take care !!

-bh k3tfm


On Feb 21, 2019, at 1:12 PM, Richard Small <rmsmall@...> wrote:

The problem is that the Digital USB mode provides a narrow “sweet spot”. 
Bring up the “F” menu and find Shift and Width.
Set Shift to 1200 (maximum) 
Set Width to 2400
That’s what works for me on my FT-991 (not A)
 
Dick, WB6DIK
 
Richard Small