Date   
Re: FLMSG Default File Name: ICS 213 form - Response function

Randy
 

If his windows 10 works like mine that is the answer.  There is anyone’s guess what will be pasted, added, or changed and when or where it will appear.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Sarah
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2019 6:23 PM
To: nbems@groups.io
Subject: [nbems] FLMSG Default File Name: ICS 213 form - Response function

 

Greetings FLMSG / NBEMS users:  I'm perplexed by something that happened in a recent NBEMS net and hope someone can explain what happened.

Original Message:  sent on a standard FLMSG ICS 213 form, asked net participants to use the "Response" function on the form to provide information as a drill.  Participants were instructed to rename the FLMSG file containing their response, (i.e.,click on the Response tab of the form, type a response, give the file a new name then send it to the net.)

Reply Message:  One of the participants isn't sure what he did to save or name the file he transmitted in response.  The file he transmitted came through with the file name:  [his call sign][date][time].213reply

Please note the word 'reply' added to the file name extension.
How did this happen?  The operator swears he didn't manually type in the word reply.  I caught it and asked him immediately after he transmitted the message.  However I cannot replicate this ('reply' being added to file extension) in tests sending messages back and forth between two computers.  Any ideas any of you have would be welcome!

 

FLMSG Default File Name: ICS 213 form - Response function

Sarah
 

Greetings FLMSG / NBEMS users:  I'm perplexed by something that happened in a recent NBEMS net and hope someone can explain what happened.

Original Message:  sent on a standard FLMSG ICS 213 form, asked net participants to use the "Response" function on the form to provide information as a drill.  Participants were instructed to rename the FLMSG file containing their response, (i.e.,click on the Response tab of the form, type a response, give the file a new name then send it to the net.)

Reply Message:  One of the participants isn't sure what he did to save or name the file he transmitted in response.  The file he transmitted came through with the file name:  [his call sign][date][time].213reply

Please note the word 'reply' added to the file name extension.
How did this happen?  The operator swears he didn't manually type in the word reply.  I caught it and asked him immediately after he transmitted the message.  However I cannot replicate this ('reply' being added to file extension) in tests sending messages back and forth between two computers.  Any ideas any of you have would be welcome!

Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

art upton
 
Edited

On Sun, Jul 7, 2019 at 10:09 AM, Ron wrote:
my Kenwood TS-590S, if I should also use CAT PTT. Is there any difference in the operat
it depends on the mode and if its a quick turnover ARQ mode RTS or PTT "might be"  needed on my  991a and 891 to make it work all the time instead of mostly with VOX and playing with the delay settings.

I use FLRIG in Fldigi and configure FLrig to drive the radio. and I use Data mode , not Upper SideBand. I change data mode to others in the menu the others display offset to zero so that 1000 on the water fall is 1000 and not 2000. You may have to change others shift to15000 to get all 3000hz on the water fall. 

I also set the RTS line for PTT for a few programs that wont work with FLRIG and use them at the same time. I specify the "standard" second serial port that exists and they work side by side programs setup for CAT via FLRIG.


I only use VOX on FM, as its not a data mode I also have to set MIC to rear. If anyone has a way to do 2 meter FM in FLdigi on a 991 without Vox let me know.
Art

Re: Problem with nanoIO in fldigi ver4.1.05

Dave
 

Hello Vlad,

Sorry to take a few days in reply.  The Arduino build system was the last to be installed on my new development machine.

The PTT control on the nanoCW configuration page does not alter the PTT signal on the interface board, just the CAT command for PTT.  I can change that behavior.

I am investigating the keyer Iambic-A/B disconnect.

David

On 7/4/19 10:20 PM, Vlad Boyko wrote:
Hi there,
I installed fldigi ver4.1.05 on Ubuntu 19.04.
Everything is working fine, except some problems with nanoCW modem.
feature "disable PTT" is not working
It is impossible to change keyer type. Only default lambic-A is working.
Is it any external settings to make it work, or it is valid bug?

Thank you

Vlad, de W6BVB


re AndFlmsg and 2m; Volume control useful for audio and wired connection

Ole Helgerson KI7MBR
 

Greetings all,

This is perhaps old news for most, but for fellow newbies and those following the path in amateur radio of "blind squirrel looking for acorn" as I do, I hope the following is useful.

Background.  Last February to become acquainted with using AndFlmsg, tested four Android devices and two radios .  The Android devices, Nokia 3.1 (Android 9), two older Moto G 2nd generation (A 6.0) and a Samsung Tab A 6 inch (A 5.1.1)  The radios; Icom T70 ht with 17 inch antenna (with and without Easy Digi interface) and Alinco DR-735 mobile (50, 25, 5 W) with exterior Ed Fong DBJ-1.

Results in February were that all Android devices talked to each other across the table top without radios.  Using the radios, however, sometimes only the RSID came through, either with or without the Easy Digi interface.

That was a bothersome result.  Why the inconsistency?  Sometime afterwards, the recollection came up from something I had read, that either too much volume from the Android device or the radio when sending or too much volume from the receiving radio's speaker can cause problems.

Thus recently looked at the effects of volume adjustment on the sending Android device and that of the receiving radio's speaker using the Nokia 3.1 and the Icom to send and the Samsung perched atop the Alinco to decode receptions (147.555 simplex).

Results.  For sending, things worked when the Nokia volume was set between 2/3 and 3/4 of full.  For reception, the Samsung seemed happy between 45 and 90 degrees of  the Alinco's volume control knob rotation.

Other things checked.

Reviewed the Icom set up.  Used the factory default values for microphone gain. For VOX it did not seem to matter whether it was set for the Icom HS-95 earplug or "other."

Radio power.  In February I used the full power 5 W of the Icom but low power for the Alinco,5W.  This time used the "L" setting of 0.5W for the Icom and 5W again for the Alinco.  The power setting of the Icom is another variable to look at.  The high 5W setting may have contributed to the failures in February.

The Easy Digi.  Still happy with it, though for sending, the Easy Digi's 2.5 and 3.5 mm plugs still did not seem to activate the Icom vox circuity.  The workaround; plug the Icom part OPC-2006 into the radio (a bit of cable with 2.5 and 3.5 mm plugs  for connecting a headset).  Then,VOX will work when the Easy Digi 2.5 plug is connected to that intermediate link..  Reception with Easy Digi is straightforward. Remove the Icom link and plug the Easy Digi directly into the radio.  For anyone who enjoys a good puzzle, I am open to suggestions as to why the Icom wiring is need for transmission.

Hope all this is useful.  Cheers to all involved in developing Fldigi and AndFLmsg!  In addition to winter ice storms and wildfire, our region faces reasonable chances of a Richter Scale 9 earthquake and having a "fast light" method of sending detailed radio messages could be useful in local areas.

73 KI7MBR  Ole

Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Ron
 

Thanks Curly,

So I guess the consensus is to use CAT PTT and not DATA VOX on the Yaesu FT-991A.

I wonder, on my Kenwood TS-590S, if I should also use CAT PTT. Is there any difference in the operation.

73, Ron NY3J

On 7/7/19 10:00 AM, Curly Frazier wrote:

On Sat, Jul 6, 2019, 07:53 Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with
Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal
USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial
emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX
for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you
would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture
and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial
port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be
selected.

73, Ron NY3J




Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Curly Frazier <w7lpn.ham@...>
 

On Sat, Jul 6, 2019, 07:53 Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with
Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal
USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial
emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX
for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you
would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture
and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial
port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be
selected.

73, Ron NY3J



Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Ron
 

Thanks Poul. I've noticed some people use PTT VOX and some use a COM port. On my Kenwood TS-590S I use VOX PTT built into the USB Audio Codec and it seems to work very reliable. Also, there seems to be a difference in the menu numbers between the Yaesu FT-991 and the FT-991A. Kenwood did the same thing with the TS-590S and the TS-590SG.

73, Ron NY3J

On 7/7/19 2:22 AM, Poul K wrote:

Feel free to use my FT-991 - fldigi - etc configs here:https://radio.pk2.se/
I use only an USB cable between radio and laptop.
73


Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Poul K
 

Feel free to use my FT-991 - fldigi - etc configs here:https://radio.pk2.se/
I use only an USB cable between radio and laptop.
73

Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

W. T. Jones <wn3lif@...>
 

Ron,

Remember the FT-991 has menu settings and functions. To change the Digital Gain you need to use the F button and look for DT Gain. Same for bandwidth.
Its a menu driven radio. Works faster when controlled by Flrig.

Have a good weekend!

Regards,

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


On Sat, Jul 6, 2019 at 10:03 AM Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
Thanks WT. I'll print this out and take over to try it.

Ron NY3J

On 7/6/19 9:57 AM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Ron,

Here are my settings...

Menu

4 Home Function - Function

12 Keyer Type Off

27 Time Zone -5:00

28 GPS/232C Select RS232C

29 232C Rate 38400bps

31 Cat Rate 38400bps

33 Cat RTS Disable

37 Mic Scan Disable

64 Other Disp (SSB) 0

65 Other Shift (SSB) 0

66 Data LCUT Freq Off

68 Data HCUT Freq Off (may not be needed)

72 Data Port Select USB

74 FM MIC Select Rear (change for microphone)

77 FM Packet Port Select USB

106 SSB Mic Select Rear

108 SSB PTT Select DAKY

109 SSB Port Select USB

115 SCP Display Mode Spectrum

141 Tuner Select Off

143 Vox Gain 10

144 Vox Delay 100msec



RF Power 100

Mic Gain 27

Width 2800

DT Gain 11


Some may not be needed and the menu numbers are from the FT-991 but they work for the FT-991A as well. I use them at the EOC.


Regards,

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


On Sat, Jul 6, 2019 at 9:53 AM Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with
Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal
USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial
emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX
for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you
would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture
and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial
port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be
selected.

73, Ron NY3J




Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Ron
 

Thanks WT. I'll print this out and take over to try it.

Ron NY3J

On 7/6/19 9:57 AM, W. T. Jones wrote:
Ron,

Here are my settings...

Menu

4 Home Function - Function

12 Keyer Type Off

27 Time Zone -5:00

28 GPS/232C Select RS232C

29 232C Rate 38400bps

31 Cat Rate 38400bps

33 Cat RTS Disable

37 Mic Scan Disable

64 Other Disp (SSB) 0

65 Other Shift (SSB) 0

66 Data LCUT Freq Off

68 Data HCUT Freq Off (may not be needed)

72 Data Port Select USB

74 FM MIC Select Rear (change for microphone)

77 FM Packet Port Select USB

106 SSB Mic Select Rear

108 SSB PTT Select DAKY

109 SSB Port Select USB

115 SCP Display Mode Spectrum

141 Tuner Select Off

143 Vox Gain 10

144 Vox Delay 100msec



RF Power 100

Mic Gain 27

Width 2800

DT Gain 11


Some may not be needed and the menu numbers are from the FT-991 but they work for the FT-991A as well. I use them at the EOC.


Regards,

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


On Sat, Jul 6, 2019 at 9:53 AM Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with
Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal
USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial
emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX
for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you
would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture
and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial
port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be
selected.

73, Ron NY3J




Re: Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

W. T. Jones <wn3lif@...>
 

Ron,

Here are my settings...

Menu

4 Home Function - Function

12 Keyer Type Off

27 Time Zone -5:00

28 GPS/232C Select RS232C

29 232C Rate 38400bps

31 Cat Rate 38400bps

33 Cat RTS Disable

37 Mic Scan Disable

64 Other Disp (SSB) 0

65 Other Shift (SSB) 0

66 Data LCUT Freq Off

68 Data HCUT Freq Off (may not be needed)

72 Data Port Select USB

74 FM MIC Select Rear (change for microphone)

77 FM Packet Port Select USB

106 SSB Mic Select Rear

108 SSB PTT Select DAKY

109 SSB Port Select USB

115 SCP Display Mode Spectrum

141 Tuner Select Off

143 Vox Gain 10

144 Vox Delay 100msec



RF Power 100

Mic Gain 27

Width 2800

DT Gain 11


Some may not be needed and the menu numbers are from the FT-991 but they work for the FT-991A as well. I use them at the EOC.


Regards,

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


On Sat, Jul 6, 2019 at 9:53 AM Ron via Groups.Io <rwenig=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with
Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal
USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial
emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX
for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you
would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture
and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial
port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be
selected.

73, Ron NY3J



Yaesu FT-991A and Fldigi

Ron
 

I'm helping a fellow Ham with setting up his Yaesu FT-991A to use with Fldigi. I'm spoiled with my Kenwood TS-590S which was so easy to set up.

Can a FT-991A user send me the radio menu setup for using the internal USB codec sound device. I've seen suggestions about using the USB serial emulator for PTT but I would think it would be easier to use data VOX for PTT. Also I'm confused if you need USB-Data for HF and what you would use for FM.

Then I'm guessing in Fldigi you need the USB Codec set for both capture and playback. Also, I'm guessing for DATA VOX you do not need any serial port PTT checked. Also do any selections in Right channel need to be selected.

73, Ron NY3J

Problem with nanoIO in fldigi ver4.1.05

Vlad Boyko
 

Hi there,
I installed fldigi ver4.1.05 on Ubuntu 19.04.
Everything is working fine, except some problems with nanoCW modem.
feature "disable PTT" is not working
It is impossible to change keyer type. Only default lambic-A is working.
Is it any external settings to make it work, or it is valid bug?

Thank you

Vlad, de W6BVB

fldigi 4.1.05 posted

Dave
 

At http://www.w1hkj.com/files/fldigi/
and SourceForge.

Version 4.1.05 - Maintenance release

  * LoTW fllog
      add fllog update for LoTW sent date
  * Modem macro
      translate generic
        CONTESTIA:bw:tones
        OLIVIA:bw:tones
      to equivalent
        Cont-tone/bw
        OLIVIA-tones/bw
      for UI display and RsID transmission
  * Close Logbook
      force write of logbook on closing program
      - insure action occurs in main thread
      add date/time/line# annotation to all logged events
  * eQSL
      add 5 second wait for response to eQSL post and other remote network queries
      added aging to network log file, 'network_debug.txt' last 5 log files retained
      all external network events logged to aid in debugging network failures.
  * cty.dat
      update cty-dat.cxx internal data file

73, David, W1HKJ

Re: Flmsg 4.0.10.02 posted

Dave
 

Two different links.  Change of one character in the file name.  If a link does not work you can always right click on the link to see what the reference URL looks like, for example "http://www.w1hkj.com/alpha/flmsg/flmsg-blah-blah-blah.etc".  Then try entering the folders portion of the reference into your browser URL bar, i.e. "http://www.w1hkj.com/alpha/flmsg/".

Dave

On 7/1/19 8:32 AM, hornetd@... wrote:
Dave 

I'm talking about the link in your email.  It would not work until I tried the one that you had in a later email.  I'm truly puzzled.  Both links appeared to be the same. 

--
Tom Horne W3TDH

Re: Flmsg 4.0.10.02 posted

Tom Horne
 

Dave 

I'm talking about the link in your email.  It would not work until I tried the one that you had in a later email.  I'm truly puzzled.  Both links appeared to be the same. 

--
Tom Horne W3TDH

Re: Flmsg 4.0.10.02 posted

Dave
 

Development test versions are posted at http://www.w1hkj.com/alpha/

The contents of each remote folder may change at any time.  That is the very essence of rapid application development.  Older test versions are always superceded.

David

On 6/30/19 12:00 PM, hornetd@... wrote:
Why does this link work and not the previous ones? 

--
Tom Horne W3TDH

Re: Flmsg 4.0.10.02 posted

Tom Horne
 

Why does this link work and not the previous ones? 

--
Tom Horne W3TDH

Re: Flmsg 4.0.10.02 posted

Tom Horne
 

The link to the flmsg-4.0.10.02_setup.exe file is not working. 

--
Tom Horne W3TDH