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Re: XML File

Ghassan Chammas <od5ya@...>
 

Thank you Dave!!

Always to the rescue.



Ghassan

od5ya


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From: winfldigi@groups.io <winfldigi@groups.io> on behalf of Dave AA6YQ <aa6yq@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 8:53:57 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] XML File
 
>>>AA6YQ comments below

-----Original Message-----
From: winfldigi@groups.io [mailto:winfldigi@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ghassan Chammas
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 4:50 AM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] XML File

I am trying to do the following triangulation:

Radio: Ic 7300

Rig control: DXlab Suite, complete, installed all components and working perfectly

Digital client: FLDigi

I also downloaded the XML file of the icom 7300, and made flrid recognize it and load it .

I am unable to key the radio when i am operating fldigi. I am able to decode CW perfectly but cannot transmit from FLdigi. I am now decoding with FLDigi and transmitting from WinWarbler, the digital application of Dx Lab.!!

How can I make this triangulation work properly? is there any document that can lead me to a step by step setup of this installation and setup?

i am aware of a possible port collision between the software components installed installed.

Ideally, I want DXLab to be the central "chef d'orchestre" that will control the radio and the digital components and applications.

>>>Most uses of FLDigi with DXLab use Rick N2AMG's gateway, which is available here:

<http://www.n2amg.com/software/fldigi-dxlabs-gateway/>

>>>When you're running FLDigi, you shouldn't be running WinWarbler.

       73,

            Dave, AA6YQ




Re: Moving Arduino serial data to a FLdigi display field?

Dennis Blanchard
 

Thanks Rob! I'm up to my ears in projects at the moment, but I will try this. Looks like more sleepless nights...

Dennis, K1YPP

DSC digital modem for Fldigi

Pizzazz
 

Would there be interest in adding GMDSS DSC encode and decode capability to Fldigi? I believe most of the functionality is already there:

1) DSC (Digital Selective Calling) runs on top of SITOR... there is a SITOR modem already in Fldigi.
2) DSC decode and encode has to do with formatting messages in a specific way and inserting phasing characters. There is a java library that does this on the web (https://github.com/vorobuev/dsc-codec) and according to the author it is complete, works for both HF and VHF DSC. It would be great if this java library can be interfaced to SITOR in Fldigi and then a form be used to enter MMSI, location, etc. before issuing a DSC call request.

The benefit of the above is obvious for sailors, where DSC is used for emergency purposes. In addition, it can be used just to call each other, as a routine call.

Is there any interest in this?

Thanks,
Vassil
AI6PE

Re: Moving Arduino serial data to a FLdigi display field?

Rob J.
 

Check out

https://pythonhosted.org/pyfldigi/index.html

"pyFldigi is a small Python library that can control the Fldigi application via XML-RPC."

Re: Moving Arduino serial data to a FLdigi display field?

Rob J.
 

Dennis,

XMLRPC information is located at: http://w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/html/xmlrpc_control_page.html

To view the exact XMLRPC commands supported by a version of fldigi, from a command line window:

1. Create and change to a working directory, something like c:\temp
2. Run the following command below. Replace the 3.23.21 with your installed version of fldigi. Also note that the double quotes are required since there is a space in the program path and that before the xmlrpc-list switch there are two dashes.

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Fldigi-3.23.21\fldigi.exe" --xmlrpc-list >xmlcmds.txt

3. In the same command window, enter:

notepad xmlcmds.txt

In notepad you should see all the XMLRPC commands available with descriptions. You can't just "write" somewhere - the fldigi program has to accept a command.
In the list of supported commands, the only ones I see that it looks possible to take in arbitrary text are:

log.set_name                    n:s     Sets the Name field contents.
log.set_qth                     n:s     Sets the QTH field contents.
log.set_locator                 n:s     Sets the Locator field contents.

Dave might have some more suggestions, have fun...

73, Rob - KD2GRS

Re: XML File

Dave AA6YQ
 

AA6YQ comments below
-----Original Message-----
From: winfldigi@groups.io [mailto:winfldigi@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ghassan Chammas
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 4:50 AM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] XML File

I am trying to do the following triangulation:

Radio: Ic 7300

Rig control: DXlab Suite, complete, installed all components and working perfectly

Digital client: FLDigi

I also downloaded the XML file of the icom 7300, and made flrid recognize it and load it .

I am unable to key the radio when i am operating fldigi. I am able to decode CW perfectly but cannot transmit from FLdigi. I am now decoding with FLDigi and transmitting from WinWarbler, the digital application of Dx Lab.!!

How can I make this triangulation work properly? is there any document that can lead me to a step by step setup of this installation and setup?

i am aware of a possible port collision between the software components installed installed.

Ideally, I want DXLab to be the central "chef d'orchestre" that will control the radio and the digital components and applications.

Most uses of FLDigi with DXLab use Rick N2AMG's gateway, which is available here:
<http://www.n2amg.com/software/fldigi-dxlabs-gateway/>

When you're running FLDigi, you shouldn't be running WinWarbler.
73,

Dave, AA6YQ

Moving Arduino serial data to a FLdigi display field?

Dennis Blanchard
 

I'm using an Arduino UNO to control a magnetic loop antenna (MLA) stepper motor. The Arduino program sends a string of digits to a serial dump to the screen.  It counts up, or down, to indicate how many turns the motor has gone. Usually the digits are between 0 to about 4000 (and can be negative as well).

Instead of opening the serial screen monitor, I'd love to be able to feed the data into Fldigi and have it display as a field, like the lookup data from QRZ.com that shows QTH, etc.

I'm a novice at such things, but am willing to learn. I have a feeling it will involve XML-RPC, based on my initial searches. Maybe Flrig or Flmsg has some possibilities?

Would someone please point me in a direction where I can learn enough so I can try to do this? 

Re: Comment character?

Renee Culver
 

Thanks David!

Renee

 

From: winfldigi@groups.io <winfldigi@groups.io> On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: April 10, 2018 11:59 AM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] Comment character?

 

Renee,

You will also find this in the on-line and pdf versions of the 4.0 fldigi manual.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 04/10/2018 10:34 AM, Rob J. wrote:

Renee, KC3NG

Sort of - not like a programming line comment at the start of line, but a special tag that is ignored. You put your comment in the tag.

See on-line help, http://w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/html/macros_sub_page.html

<COMMENT:your text goes here>

allows a macro to contain a comment field; everything, between < and > is ignored by macro parser

73, Rob - KD2GRS

 

Re: XML File

Ghassan Chammas <od5ya@...>
 

Dear Rob

Dear All

I am trying to do the following triangulation:

Radio: Ic 7300

Rig control: DXlab Suite, complete, installed all components and working perfectly

Digital client: FLDigi

I also downloaded the XML file of the icom 7300, and made flrid recognize it and load it .

I am unable to key the radio when i am operating fldigi. I am able to decode CW perfectly but cannot transmit from FLdigi. I am now decoding with FLDigi and transmitting from WinWarbler, the digital application of Dx Lab.!!

How can I make this triangulation work properly? is there any document that can lead me to a step by step setup of this installation and setup?

i am aware of a possible port collision between the software components installed installed.

Ideally, I want DXLab to be the central "chef d'orchestre" that will control the radio and the digital components and applications.


Regards

Dr.Ghassan Chammas
OD5YA - Beirut - Lebanon

____________________________________

On 10/4/18 5:19 PM, Rob J. wrote:
KD8BJ

Yes it's more complicated than it needs to be, ironically mostly due to efforts to simplify and hide details from from the user.

Just clicking on the XML file link will have different results - depends on where you are downloading from and which browser you have. For instance, when clicking a link to an XML file on my system, Internet Explorer will display it in the browser window. But Firefox will download it silently to the \Downloads folder (it looks like nothing happened unless you know where to look). You can usually change this behavior by right-clicking and choosing "Save link as..." and forcing it to do what you want, but on Sourceforge the links don't let you download directly. Instead they fire up some Javascript to redirect to a download page that fires off some more Javascript while you watch their ads. After a brief delay the download starts. This adds more confusion to what should and used to be a simple thing.

Then, once you locate your files you have to use Windows Explorer to locate a folder the Microsoft deliberately makes hard to find and move the file. The final speed bump in this is that default settings on Win7 - Win10 is to hide file known file extensions - so you can't tell if you have a .txt or .xml or .doc file any more.

73, Rob KD2GRS

Re: USB-CW 3.5mm key port cable to fldigi

Dean - KG7WGX
 
Edited

I am still building an Elecraft K2, but I bought a digital interface ahead of time so I could try out digital modes when the radio is finished.  :)

One of the things I researched was CW mode with fldigi.    The manual explains serial port timing errors due to buffering and then goes on to describe fldigi's approach, which is audio tone modulation in SSB mode.  I have been informed that the result is the same as carrier injected CW, provided unwanted sideband and carrier suppression are perfect.  Further, I understand many "modern" transceivers handle CW mode this way.  Of course, when using fldigi, you don't have "factory calibrated" levels, so the results may be less than perfect.  Also, if you have CW filters which are not available in SSB mode, they won't work.  You will have to rely on fldigi's filter settings.

The fldigi manual describes a circuit you can build to create a  QSK "key-out" from the R-channel audio, which must have its level set close to 100%.  You can adjust the QSK timing as necessary to make this work as a key line.  Some, I understand, set the delays to 0.

By the way, the interface I found that does include a fldigi keying circuit "off the shelf" is the microHAM USBIII.  When configured correctly, this is claimed to support redirecting the R-channel audio keying signal to the serial control line you specify for "normal" CW keying.  You can have different profiles which all use the same transceiver cable but have different port settings. 

I am far from an expert on fldigi, but I believe there is no way to use the USB-CW cable the way you want to with fldigi.  It should work fine with CWType, Logger32, and others.

Re: Comment character?

Dave
 

Renee,

You will also find this in the on-line and pdf versions of the 4.0 fldigi manual.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 04/10/2018 10:34 AM, Rob J. wrote:
Renee, KC3NG

Sort of - not like a programming line comment at the start of line, but a special tag that is ignored. You put your comment in the tag.

See on-line help, http://w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/html/macros_sub_page.html

<COMMENT:your text goes here>

allows a macro to contain a comment field; everything, between < and > is ignored by macro parser

73, Rob - KD2GRS

Re: Comment character?

Rob J.
 

Renee, KC3NG

Sort of - not like a programming line comment at the start of line, but a special tag that is ignored. You put your comment in the tag.

See on-line help, http://w1hkj.com/FldigiHelp-3.21/html/macros_sub_page.html

<COMMENT:your text goes here>

allows a macro to contain a comment field; everything, between < and > is ignored by macro parser

73, Rob - KD2GRS

Re: XML File

Cliff
 

All these are settings in the browser or the OS. It’s up to the user to set them how they want them.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Apr 10, 2018, at 09:19, Rob J. <kd2grs@...> wrote:

KD8BJ

Yes it's more complicated than it needs to be, ironically mostly due to efforts to simplify and hide details from from the user.

Just clicking on the XML file link will have different results - depends on where you are downloading from and which browser you have. For instance, when clicking a link to an XML file on my system, Internet Explorer will display it in the browser window. But Firefox will download it silently to the \Downloads folder (it looks like nothing happened unless you know where to look). You can usually change this behavior by right-clicking and choosing "Save link as..." and forcing it to do what you want, but on Sourceforge the links don't let you download directly. Instead they fire up some Javascript to redirect to a download page that fires off some more Javascript while you watch their ads. After a brief delay the download starts. This adds more confusion to what should and used to be a simple thing.

Then, once you locate your files you have to use Windows Explorer to locate a folder the Microsoft deliberately makes hard to find and move the file. The final speed bump in this is that default settings on Win7 - Win10 is to hide file known file extensions - so you can't tell if you have a .txt or .xml or .doc file any more.

73, Rob KD2GRS

Re: XML File

Rob J.
 

KD8BJ

Yes it's more complicated than it needs to be, ironically mostly due to efforts to simplify and hide details from from the user.

Just clicking on the XML file link will have different results - depends on where you are downloading from and which browser you have. For instance, when clicking a link to an XML file on my system, Internet Explorer will display it in the browser window. But Firefox will download it silently to the \Downloads folder (it looks like nothing happened unless you know where to look). You can usually change this behavior by right-clicking and choosing "Save link as..." and forcing it to do what you want, but on Sourceforge the links don't let you download directly. Instead they fire up some Javascript to redirect to a download page that fires off some more Javascript while you watch their ads. After a brief delay the download starts. This adds more confusion to what should and used to be a simple thing.

Then, once you locate your files you have to use Windows Explorer to locate a folder the Microsoft deliberately makes hard to find and move the file. The final speed bump in this is that default settings on Win7 - Win10 is to hide file known file extensions - so you can't tell if you have a .txt or .xml or .doc file any more.

73, Rob KD2GRS

Re: XML File

Marty Hartwell
 

Hi Cliff

As I tried to say I haven't used RigCat in a longggg time. But
when I did use it and needed an xml file the way to get it
downloaded was to go to Daves' site and click the file which
brought up the browser and read the file. To save it I went to
the file column and saved the file as a file in the rigs folder.

Now this was over 9 years ago, before moving to TN.

Now on Source Forge I guess a click on the file and it asks where
you want to save the file, and I am not sure on Dave's site now.

Good Hamming

Marty kd8bj

On 04/09/2018 08:12 PM, Cliff wrote:
Marty,
No need to open it. Just download the file and move it into the Rigs directory. I don’t know what you do to “open it in the browser”, but it isn’t needed. Download it the same way you do the fldigi file.
73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Apr 9, 2018, at 16:04, Gene Rozea <gene_rozea@... <mailto:gene_rozea@...>> wrote:

Rigcat, yes. Still works that. Flrig, no.

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*From:*winfldigi@groups.io <mailto:winfldigi@groups.io><winfldigi@groups.io <mailto:winfldigi@groups.io>> on behalf of Marty Hartwell <mhartwe@... <mailto:mhartwe@...>>
*Sent:*Monday, April 9, 2018 4:22:06 PM
*To:*winfldigi@groups.io <mailto:winfldigi@groups.io>
*Subject:*Re: [winfldigi] XML File
Hi Dave

I haven't used RigCat in a long time but when I did get the rig
file I opened it in the browser, and then saved the contents in
the rig folder in Fldigi. I don't know if it works that way now
or not.

Marty kd8bj


On 04/09/2018 12:16 PM, David Stewart wrote:
Bruce
   Thank you so much!
That is easier to understand than:-- Put the XML file in the fldigi
folder!!!
Dave
AA0AE



On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:05 PM, Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@... <mailto:n7xgr1@...>
<mailto:n7xgr1@...>> wrote:

     Dave,  This is how to put a XML file into FLdigi.  If you have
     downloaded the XML
     file from Sourceforge then do the following.  From where that XML
     file is downloaded to
     you copy and paste from there and paste it here,
     C:\Users\YourName\fldigi.files\rigs
     In FLdigi select Configure>Rig Control>RigCAT Tab.  Click on Open
     next to the
     Rig description file, navigate to the rigs folder where you pasted
     the XML file
     then select it there.

     Bruce  N7XGR

     On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:36 PM, David Stewart <aa0ae1@... <mailto:aa0ae1@...>
     <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:

         I Think my problem is i am getting programs confused. my main
         concern is the part in previous post. How would i put a xml file
         in Fldigi? is it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place
         in the Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?

         Dave
         AA0AE

         On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 11:04 AM, Cliff <ae5zaham@... <mailto:ae5zaham@...>
         <mailto:ae5zaham@...>> wrote:

             Flrig does NOT use a XML file. That is ONLY for RigCat and
             in that case you put the file downloaded from the fldigi
             website in the Rigs Directory in the fldigi parent directory.

             Flrig has all the rig info built in so just select the rig
             in the flrig config window and then set the parameters as
             needed. Read the flrig manual!!!

             73,
             Cliff, AE5ZA

             On Apr 9, 2018, at 09:19, David Stewart <aa0ae1@... <mailto:aa0ae1@...>
             <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:

             Group

             My Question is: How would i put a xml file in Fldigi? is
             it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place in the
             Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?

             I have tried that and Flrig doesn't work. is some one
             would give me a do this list i would appreciate it. I am
             lost when customizing software to a use with a rig.
             Computer is dell w/ windows 7 pro.
             rig is 857d connected with a rig blaster pro.

             I have some luck using above combination. The computer
             does receive and transmit signals. Decoding could use
             improvement in most modes the transmit seems to work fine,
             at least the other end of the qso responds accordingly.

             also if i use N7YG's Yaesu FT-857 CAT Controller will it
             interfere with Fldigi or Flrig.

             Dave
             AAoae




Re: XML File

Cliff
 

Marty,

No need to open it. Just download the file and move it into the Rigs directory. I don’t know what you do to “open it in the browser”, but it isn’t needed. Download it the same way you do the fldigi file.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Apr 9, 2018, at 16:04, Gene Rozea <gene_rozea@...> wrote:

Rigcat, yes. Still works that. Flrig, no.

 

 


From: winfldigi@groups.io <winfldigi@groups.io> on behalf of Marty Hartwell <mhartwe@...>
Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 4:22:06 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] XML File
 
Hi Dave

I haven't used RigCat in a long time but when I did get the rig
file I opened it in the browser, and then saved the contents in
the rig folder in Fldigi. I don't know if it works that way now
or not.

Marty kd8bj


On 04/09/2018 12:16 PM, David Stewart wrote:
> Bruce
>   Thank you so much!
> That is easier to understand than:-- Put the XML file in the fldigi 
> folder!!!
> Dave
> AA0AE
> 
> 
> 
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:05 PM, Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@... 
> <mailto:n7xgr1@...>> wrote:
> 
>     Dave,  This is how to put a XML file into FLdigi.  If you have
>     downloaded the XML
>     file from Sourceforge then do the following.  From where that XML
>     file is downloaded to
>     you copy and paste from there and paste it here,
>     C:\Users\YourName\fldigi.files\rigs
>     In FLdigi select Configure>Rig Control>RigCAT Tab.  Click on Open
>     next to the
>     Rig description file, navigate to the rigs folder where you pasted
>     the XML file
>     then select it there.
> 
>     Bruce  N7XGR
> 
>     On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:36 PM, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
>     <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:
> 
>         I Think my problem is i am getting programs confused. my main
>         concern is the part in previous post. How would i put a xml file
>         in Fldigi? is it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place
>         in the Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?
> 
>         Dave
>         AA0AE
> 
>         On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 11:04 AM, Cliff <ae5zaham@...
>         <mailto:ae5zaham@...>> wrote:
> 
>             Flrig does NOT use a XML file. That is ONLY for RigCat and
>             in that case you put the file downloaded from the fldigi
>             website in the Rigs Directory in the fldigi parent directory.
> 
>             Flrig has all the rig info built in so just select the rig
>             in the flrig config window and then set the parameters as
>             needed. Read the flrig manual!!!
> 
>             73,
>             Cliff, AE5ZA
> 
>>             On Apr 9, 2018, at 09:19, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
>>             <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:
>>
>>             Group
>>
>>             My Question is: How would i put a xml file in Fldigi? is
>>             it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place in the
>>             Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?
>>
>>             I have tried that and Flrig doesn't work. is some one
>>             would give me a do this list i would appreciate it. I am
>>             lost when customizing software to a use with a rig.
>>             Computer is dell w/ windows 7 pro.
>>             rig is 857d connected with a rig blaster pro.
>>
>>             I have some luck using above combination. The computer
>>             does receive and transmit signals. Decoding could use
>>             improvement in most modes the transmit seems to work fine,
>>             at least the other end of the qso responds accordingly.
>>
>>             also if i use N7YG's Yaesu FT-857 CAT Controller will it
>>             interfere with Fldigi or Flrig.
>>
>>             Dave
>>             AAoae
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 




Re: FLRig with FT891

Mike Besemer
 

Poul,

 

My workaround is to create a custom ‘CMD’ in FLRig consisting of the commands ‘NA00;SH0117;’.  This sets the Width to Wide and the Filter to 3000 Hz. 

 

Mike

WM4B

 

From: winfldigi@groups.io [mailto:winfldigi@groups.io] On Behalf Of Poul Kongstad
Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 11:14 AM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] FLRig with FT891

 

I have the FT-991 using RigCat to the rig. The IF WIDTH CAT commands to the two rigs differ.
I guess you could make or modify your own FT-891 xml file by looking at the FT-991.xml and:
the FT-891 CAT manual: link, + the FT-991 CAT manual: link

In FT-891 the IF WIDTH set command seems to be SH01XX; where XX is 2 digits from a table in the manual, while FT-991 has SH0XX. I set up the WIDTH command thus: NA01;SH002; (narrow, 100 Hz),... NA00;SH011 (wide, 800 Hz), ... etc in my FT-991.xml för RigCAT in FLdigi. Don't know if FLrig needs the same.

You can take a look at my expanded RigCat FT-991-v2.xml here. It contains some enhancements for use in FLdigi including my init section.
Good luck with FT-891.
Poul / SA7CND

Re: FLRig with FT891

Poul K
 

I have the FT-991 using RigCat to the rig. The IF WIDTH CAT commands to the two rigs differ.
I guess you could make or modify your own FT-891 xml file by looking at the FT-991.xml and:
the FT-891 CAT manual: link, + the FT-991 CAT manual: link

In FT-891 the IF WIDTH set command seems to be SH01XX; where XX is 2 digits from a table in the manual, while FT-991 has SH0XX. I set up the WIDTH command thus: NA01;SH002; (narrow, 100 Hz),... NA00;SH011 (wide, 800 Hz), ... etc in my FT-991.xml för RigCAT in FLdigi. Don't know if FLrig needs the same.

You can take a look at my expanded RigCat FT-991-v2.xml here. It contains some enhancements for use in FLdigi including my init section.
Good luck with FT-891.
Poul / SA7CND

Re: XML File

Gene Rozea
 

Rigcat, yes. Still works that. Flrig, no.

 

 


From: winfldigi@groups.io <winfldigi@groups.io> on behalf of Marty Hartwell <mhartwe@...>
Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 4:22:06 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: Re: [winfldigi] XML File
 
Hi Dave

I haven't used RigCat in a long time but when I did get the rig
file I opened it in the browser, and then saved the contents in
the rig folder in Fldigi. I don't know if it works that way now
or not.

Marty kd8bj


On 04/09/2018 12:16 PM, David Stewart wrote:
> Bruce
>   Thank you so much!
> That is easier to understand than:-- Put the XML file in the fldigi
> folder!!!
> Dave
> AA0AE
>
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:05 PM, Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@...
> <mailto:n7xgr1@...>> wrote:
>
>     Dave,  This is how to put a XML file into FLdigi.  If you have
>     downloaded the XML
>     file from Sourceforge then do the following.  From where that XML
>     file is downloaded to
>     you copy and paste from there and paste it here,
>     C:\Users\YourName\fldigi.files\rigs
>     In FLdigi select Configure>Rig Control>RigCAT Tab.  Click on Open
>     next to the
>     Rig description file, navigate to the rigs folder where you pasted
>     the XML file
>     then select it there.
>
>     Bruce  N7XGR
>
>     On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:36 PM, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
>     <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:
>
>         I Think my problem is i am getting programs confused. my main
>         concern is the part in previous post. How would i put a xml file
>         in Fldigi? is it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place
>         in the Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?
>
>         Dave
>         AA0AE
>
>         On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 11:04 AM, Cliff <ae5zaham@...
>         <mailto:ae5zaham@...>> wrote:
>
>             Flrig does NOT use a XML file. That is ONLY for RigCat and
>             in that case you put the file downloaded from the fldigi
>             website in the Rigs Directory in the fldigi parent directory.
>
>             Flrig has all the rig info built in so just select the rig
>             in the flrig config window and then set the parameters as
>             needed. Read the flrig manual!!!
>
>             73,
>             Cliff, AE5ZA
>
>>             On Apr 9, 2018, at 09:19, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
>>             <mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:
>>
>>             Group
>>
>>             My Question is: How would i put a xml file in Fldigi? is
>>             it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place in the
>>             Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?
>>
>>             I have tried that and Flrig doesn't work. is some one
>>             would give me a do this list i would appreciate it. I am
>>             lost when customizing software to a use with a rig.
>>             Computer is dell w/ windows 7 pro.
>>             rig is 857d connected with a rig blaster pro.
>>
>>             I have some luck using above combination. The computer
>>             does receive and transmit signals. Decoding could use
>>             improvement in most modes the transmit seems to work fine,
>>             at least the other end of the qso responds accordingly.
>>
>>             also if i use N7YG's Yaesu FT-857 CAT Controller will it
>>             interfere with Fldigi or Flrig.
>>
>>             Dave
>>             AAoae
>
>
>
>
>



Re: XML File

Marty Hartwell
 

Hi Dave

I haven't used RigCat in a long time but when I did get the rig
file I opened it in the browser, and then saved the contents in
the rig folder in Fldigi. I don't know if it works that way now
or not.

Marty kd8bj

On 04/09/2018 12:16 PM, David Stewart wrote:
Bruce
 Thank you so much!
That is easier to understand than:-- Put the XML file in the fldigi folder!!!
Dave
AA0AE
On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:05 PM, Bruce N7XGR <n7xgr1@... <mailto:n7xgr1@...>> wrote:
Dave,  This is how to put a XML file into FLdigi.  If you have
downloaded the XML
file from Sourceforge then do the following.  From where that XML
file is downloaded to
you copy and paste from there and paste it here,
C:\Users\YourName\fldigi.files\rigs
In FLdigi select Configure>Rig Control>RigCAT Tab.  Click on Open
next to the
Rig description file, navigate to the rigs folder where you pasted
the XML file
then select it there.
Bruce  N7XGR
On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 12:36 PM, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
<mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:
I Think my problem is i am getting programs confused. my main
concern is the part in previous post. How would i put a xml file
in Fldigi? is it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place
in the Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?
Dave
AA0AE
On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 11:04 AM, Cliff <ae5zaham@...
<mailto:ae5zaham@...>> wrote:
Flrig does NOT use a XML file. That is ONLY for RigCat and
in that case you put the file downloaded from the fldigi
website in the Rigs Directory in the fldigi parent directory.
Flrig has all the rig info built in so just select the rig
in the flrig config window and then set the parameters as
needed. Read the flrig manual!!!
73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Apr 9, 2018, at 09:19, David Stewart <aa0ae1@...
<mailto:aa0ae1@...>> wrote:

Group

My Question is: How would i put a xml file in Fldigi? is
it as simple as copy paste to notepad, then place in the
Fldigi main file and then let Flrig find the file?

I have tried that and Flrig doesn't work. is some one
would give me a do this list i would appreciate it. I am
lost when customizing software to a use with a rig.
Computer is dell w/ windows 7 pro.
rig is 857d connected with a rig blaster pro.

I have some luck using above combination. The computer
does receive and transmit signals. Decoding could use
improvement in most modes the transmit seems to work fine,
at least the other end of the qso responds accordingly.

also if i use N7YG's Yaesu FT-857 CAT Controller will it
interfere with Fldigi or Flrig.

Dave
AAoae