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Re: Open Source CW keyer based on K1HJK's nanoIO code #fldigi #nanoio-keyer

Ed W3NR
 

Wiring diagram ?

Ed W3NR


Re: Open Source CW keyer based on K1HJK's nanoIO code #fldigi #nanoio-keyer

Dave
 

No problem Mark.  My original call was K2LBM.

David

On 10/5/21 7:22 PM, Mark Phillips wrote:

Apologies David, for getting your call sign wrong. 

On Tue, Oct 5, 2021, 19:12 Mark Phillips via groups.io <enicomms=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I don't know how many of you would be interested in this but I've designed a slightly modified version of the nanoIO keyer. It uses just 2 keying lines via a dual opto-isolator. The board fits directly on the underside of an Arduino Nano.

In keeping with the free distribution of FLDigi I've posted the details on GitHub and made the board available via OSHPark too. 

https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/0wyCgFsd
https://github.com/g7ltt/nanoIO

The BOM is trivial and should run you no more than $20 including the Nano. Use a length of 1" heat shrink tubing to contain the finished device. You _may_ need to remove the reset button as the tubing may keep the button pressed? 

2x 680R resistor
1x PC827 Dual Opto-Isolator
2x 1nF capacitor
2x 3.5mm jack
1x Arduino Nano
1x PCB

Mark
NI2O


Re: Open Source CW keyer based on K1HJK's nanoIO code #fldigi #nanoio-keyer

Mark Phillips
 

Apologies David, for getting your call sign wrong. 


On Tue, Oct 5, 2021, 19:12 Mark Phillips via groups.io <enicomms=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
I don't know how many of you would be interested in this but I've designed a slightly modified version of the nanoIO keyer. It uses just 2 keying lines via a dual opto-isolator. The board fits directly on the underside of an Arduino Nano.

In keeping with the free distribution of FLDigi I've posted the details on GitHub and made the board available via OSHPark too. 

https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/0wyCgFsd
https://github.com/g7ltt/nanoIO

The BOM is trivial and should run you no more than $20 including the Nano. Use a length of 1" heat shrink tubing to contain the finished device. You _may_ need to remove the reset button as the tubing may keep the button pressed? 

2x 680R resistor
1x PC827 Dual Opto-Isolator
2x 1nF capacitor
2x 3.5mm jack
1x Arduino Nano
1x PCB

Mark
NI2O


Open Source CW keyer based on K1HJK's nanoIO code #fldigi #nanoio-keyer

Mark Phillips
 

I don't know how many of you would be interested in this but I've designed a slightly modified version of the nanoIO keyer. It uses just 2 keying lines via a dual opto-isolator. The board fits directly on the underside of an Arduino Nano.

In keeping with the free distribution of FLDigi I've posted the details on GitHub and made the board available via OSHPark too. 

https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/0wyCgFsd
https://github.com/g7ltt/nanoIO

The BOM is trivial and should run you no more than $20 including the Nano. Use a length of 1" heat shrink tubing to contain the finished device. You _may_ need to remove the reset button as the tubing may keep the button pressed? 

2x 680R resistor
1x PC827 Dual Opto-Isolator
2x 1nF capacitor
2x 3.5mm jack
1x Arduino Nano
1x PCB

Mark
NI2O


Open Source CW keyer based on K1HJK's nanoIO code #fldigi #nanoio-keyer

Mark Phillips
 

I don't know how many of you would be interested in this but I've designed a slightly modified version of the nanoIO keyer. It uses just 2 keying lines via a dual opto-isolator. The board fits directly on the underside of an Arduino Nano.

In keeping with the free distribution of FLDigi I've posted the details on GitHub and made the board available via OSHPark too. 

https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/0wyCgFsd
https://github.com/g7ltt/nanoIO

The BOM is trivial and should run you no more than $20 including the Nano. Use a length of 1" heat shrink tubing to contain the finished device. You _may_ need to remove the reset button as the tubing may keep the button pressed? 

2x 680R resistor
1x PC827 Dual Opto-Isolator
2x 1nF capacitor
2x 3.5mm jack
1x Arduino Nano
1x PCB

Mark
NI2O


Re: Fldigi rig control frequency #fldigi

Gene Rozea
 

Just my 2 cents, but in my opinion, flrig is the way to go with the 7300, hands down!

Recent improvements have been dramatic!

Thanks David!

Gene – K1AVE

 

 

From: Neal Keating
Sent: Saturday, October 2, 2021 7:37 PM
To: winfldigi@groups.io
Subject: [winfldigi] Fldigi rig control frequency #fldigi

 

Hello - I have noticed an odd behavior when using Fldigi and Rigcat to control my IC-7300.  When I change frequency from radio main tuning knob (tuning up or down band) with FLDIGI running - I often observe freq jumping up/down.  When I stop tuning it is fine - it just looks odd while tuning up or down the band.  I have tried various settings under Rigcat but I still see this minor issue.

Here is my Rigcat config:

 


Re: Fldigi rig control frequency #fldigi

Lee Asher
 

Hi Neal, possibly because the path to your .xml file is all wrong.

Regards, Lee Asher
Regular Aussie Virus Updates at


Fldigi rig control frequency #fldigi

Neal Keating
 

Hello - I have noticed an odd behavior when using Fldigi and Rigcat to control my IC-7300.  When I change frequency from radio main tuning knob (tuning up or down band) with FLDIGI running - I often observe freq jumping up/down.  When I stop tuning it is fine - it just looks odd while tuning up or down the band.  I have tried various settings under Rigcat but I still see this minor issue.

Here is my Rigcat config:


Which selection to use for PortAudio?

John Brown
 

When selecting from the drop-down list in Port Audio there are seemingly 4 different selections or a single selection in 4 different places. As in the attached screenshot. I suspect my foolishly playing with these may have created my difficulties with an extremely high input to fldigi which is only controllable from Win10 Settings Sound App volume and device preferences. In the screenshot DAX Audio RX 1 (FlexRadio Systems DAX Audio) appears 4 times. In the main/first list and then in each of the 3 sublists. The sublists apparently are different old sound standards. So what's with the identical listings? Or are they (identical)? Thanks.
--
W0MPM John


Re: fldigi 4.1.20.14 test version posted

Thunder-06
 

thank you to you and cliff,  I appreciate the quick reply.  I do realize that the op sys does show a clock but in my various setups, this is not always visable.  I like the thought of putting a box on the bar with a toggle.  

Thanks

Frank Heabler
W9XC



‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Thursday, September 30, 2021 2:59 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:

The Off time is only visible if the user has not disabled the rig-control / logging panel.


There is probably enough room between "Help" and the Tx-countdown-timer.  Clock and button to switch between Local and Zulu, or perhaps a "time display" button with a right click to open a format selector.

Cliff is correct.  Unless you are using fldigi in a full screen display most OS will provide a task bar display of time.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 9/30/21 1:54 PM, Cliff wrote:
Frank,

Look at the “Off” time in the fldigi logging area. That is the current Zulu time. Just subtract the conversion factor for your local time and it’s there for you. Also most OS’s have a local time clock visible somewhere on screen.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Sep 30, 2021, at 13:46, Thunder-06 via groups.io <thunder-06@...> wrote:

Dave,

Is it possible to put a clock, either local or Zulu (or both), at the top of the screen?  Although I am loathe to reference other software, something similar to JS8Call in the look, tho maybe not as large.  Just something for a quick reference to the time as we are working a contact.  

Thank You.

Frank Heabler
W9XC



‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Sunday, September 19, 2021 6:05 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:


Date:   Tue Sep 14 14:45:00 2021 -0500

    alpha
      * development release

    MAPIT macro
      * force lat/lon specifier to use '.' and NOT ','
        Google maps will not accept the ',' decimal separator

    Documentation update
      * add/update documentation for
        . Domino-EX Micro
        . OFDM modes
        . Thor Micro
        . Thor 25/50/100
        . 8 psk modes

    Polish translation update
      * update to pl.po provided by Roman Baginski, SP4JEU

    Mode Parameters
      * save squelch settings by mode and reapply when
        mode selected: squelch value, squelch button
        . setting saved in file squelch_by_mode.prefs located
          in the fldigi main files folder.  prefs files are
          user editable text format which are read during
          program start up.
      * save and reapply AFC state by mode
      * save and reapply TX level attenuator by mode

    config script update
      * add cmedia ptt parameters to config scripting

    WinKeyer
      * Fix disconnect between fldigi and WinKeyer potentiometer
      * Change WK WPM char/space timing.
        . remove dependence on winkeyer echo
        . allow user to calibrate to a nominal WPM setting

    KNWD cat keying

    synop event reporting
      * changed default event reporting to VERBOSE to reduce event
        log noise for users not operating SYNOP

    RsID EOT
      * Add RsID end-of-transmission code sequence, 263
        . separately configurable notify dialog

    MacOS Lion seg fault
      * Disallow static instantiation of cMorse class.
        . ALWAYS USE cMorse * instantiation.

73, David, W1HKJ



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Re: fldigi 4.1.20.14 test version posted

Dave
 

The Off time is only visible if the user has not disabled the rig-control / logging panel.


There is probably enough room between "Help" and the Tx-countdown-timer.  Clock and button to switch between Local and Zulu, or perhaps a "time display" button with a right click to open a format selector.

Cliff is correct.  Unless you are using fldigi in a full screen display most OS will provide a task bar display of time.

73, David, W1HKJ

On 9/30/21 1:54 PM, Cliff wrote:

Frank,

Look at the “Off” time in the fldigi logging area. That is the current Zulu time. Just subtract the conversion factor for your local time and it’s there for you. Also most OS’s have a local time clock visible somewhere on screen.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Sep 30, 2021, at 13:46, Thunder-06 via groups.io <thunder-06@...> wrote:

Dave,

Is it possible to put a clock, either local or Zulu (or both), at the top of the screen?  Although I am loathe to reference other software, something similar to JS8Call in the look, tho maybe not as large.  Just something for a quick reference to the time as we are working a contact.  

Thank You.

Frank Heabler
W9XC



‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Sunday, September 19, 2021 6:05 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:


Date:   Tue Sep 14 14:45:00 2021 -0500

    alpha
      * development release

    MAPIT macro
      * force lat/lon specifier to use '.' and NOT ','
        Google maps will not accept the ',' decimal separator

    Documentation update
      * add/update documentation for
        . Domino-EX Micro
        . OFDM modes
        . Thor Micro
        . Thor 25/50/100
        . 8 psk modes

    Polish translation update
      * update to pl.po provided by Roman Baginski, SP4JEU

    Mode Parameters
      * save squelch settings by mode and reapply when
        mode selected: squelch value, squelch button
        . setting saved in file squelch_by_mode.prefs located
          in the fldigi main files folder.  prefs files are
          user editable text format which are read during
          program start up.
      * save and reapply AFC state by mode
      * save and reapply TX level attenuator by mode

    config script update
      * add cmedia ptt parameters to config scripting

    WinKeyer
      * Fix disconnect between fldigi and WinKeyer potentiometer
      * Change WK WPM char/space timing.
        . remove dependence on winkeyer echo
        . allow user to calibrate to a nominal WPM setting

    KNWD cat keying

    synop event reporting
      * changed default event reporting to VERBOSE to reduce event
        log noise for users not operating SYNOP

    RsID EOT
      * Add RsID end-of-transmission code sequence, 263
        . separately configurable notify dialog

    MacOS Lion seg fault
      * Disallow static instantiation of cMorse class.
        . ALWAYS USE cMorse * instantiation.

73, David, W1HKJ



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Re: fldigi 4.1.20.14 test version posted

Cliff
 

Frank,

Look at the “Off” time in the fldigi logging area. That is the current Zulu time. Just subtract the conversion factor for your local time and it’s there for you. Also most OS’s have a local time clock visible somewhere on screen.

73,
Cliff, AE5ZA

On Sep 30, 2021, at 13:46, Thunder-06 via groups.io <thunder-06@...> wrote:

Dave,

Is it possible to put a clock, either local or Zulu (or both), at the top of the screen?  Although I am loathe to reference other software, something similar to JS8Call in the look, tho maybe not as large.  Just something for a quick reference to the time as we are working a contact.  

Thank You.

Frank Heabler
W9XC



‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Sunday, September 19, 2021 6:05 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:


Date:   Tue Sep 14 14:45:00 2021 -0500

    alpha
      * development release

    MAPIT macro
      * force lat/lon specifier to use '.' and NOT ','
        Google maps will not accept the ',' decimal separator

    Documentation update
      * add/update documentation for
        . Domino-EX Micro
        . OFDM modes
        . Thor Micro
        . Thor 25/50/100
        . 8 psk modes

    Polish translation update
      * update to pl.po provided by Roman Baginski, SP4JEU

    Mode Parameters
      * save squelch settings by mode and reapply when
        mode selected: squelch value, squelch button
        . setting saved in file squelch_by_mode.prefs located
          in the fldigi main files folder.  prefs files are
          user editable text format which are read during
          program start up.
      * save and reapply AFC state by mode
      * save and reapply TX level attenuator by mode

    config script update
      * add cmedia ptt parameters to config scripting

    WinKeyer
      * Fix disconnect between fldigi and WinKeyer potentiometer
      * Change WK WPM char/space timing.
        . remove dependence on winkeyer echo
        . allow user to calibrate to a nominal WPM setting

    KNWD cat keying

    synop event reporting
      * changed default event reporting to VERBOSE to reduce event
        log noise for users not operating SYNOP

    RsID EOT
      * Add RsID end-of-transmission code sequence, 263
        . separately configurable notify dialog

    MacOS Lion seg fault
      * Disallow static instantiation of cMorse class.
        . ALWAYS USE cMorse * instantiation.

73, David, W1HKJ



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Re: fldigi 4.1.20.14 test version posted

Thunder-06
 

Dave,

Is it possible to put a clock, either local or Zulu (or both), at the top of the screen?  Although I am loathe to reference other software, something similar to JS8Call in the look, tho maybe not as large.  Just something for a quick reference to the time as we are working a contact.  

Thank You.

Frank Heabler
W9XC



‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Sunday, September 19, 2021 6:05 PM, Dave <w1hkj@...> wrote:


Date:   Tue Sep 14 14:45:00 2021 -0500

    alpha
      * development release

    MAPIT macro
      * force lat/lon specifier to use '.' and NOT ','
        Google maps will not accept the ',' decimal separator

    Documentation update
      * add/update documentation for
        . Domino-EX Micro
        . OFDM modes
        . Thor Micro
        . Thor 25/50/100
        . 8 psk modes

    Polish translation update
      * update to pl.po provided by Roman Baginski, SP4JEU

    Mode Parameters
      * save squelch settings by mode and reapply when
        mode selected: squelch value, squelch button
        . setting saved in file squelch_by_mode.prefs located
          in the fldigi main files folder.  prefs files are
          user editable text format which are read during
          program start up.
      * save and reapply AFC state by mode
      * save and reapply TX level attenuator by mode

    config script update
      * add cmedia ptt parameters to config scripting

    WinKeyer
      * Fix disconnect between fldigi and WinKeyer potentiometer
      * Change WK WPM char/space timing.
        . remove dependence on winkeyer echo
        . allow user to calibrate to a nominal WPM setting

    KNWD cat keying

    synop event reporting
      * changed default event reporting to VERBOSE to reduce event
        log noise for users not operating SYNOP

    RsID EOT
      * Add RsID end-of-transmission code sequence, 263
        . separately configurable notify dialog

    MacOS Lion seg fault
      * Disallow static instantiation of cMorse class.
        . ALWAYS USE cMorse * instantiation.

73, David, W1HKJ




flwkey logging options

Karl Heimbach
 

Hello group,

Probably not the correct place to ask questions about flwkey, but I can find no other.  Is it possible to have flwkey send logging data to ACLog?  I've been unsuccessful and flwkey locks up when it attempts to export to ACLog, and then I have to kill the process.  I'm using Windows 10 Pro.

Thanks,

Karl - W5QJ


Re: CAT RIG CONTRIL #flrig

David Tucker
 

YEAP JOHN THAT DID THE TRICK. THANKS AS ALWAYS.

On 9/29/2021 3:42 PM, David Tucker wrote:

THANKS JOHN I WILL CHECK THAT OUT.

73'S DAVE

On 9/29/2021 2:02 PM, John via groups.io wrote:

Dave
There are two xml files for that rig, don't know what the difference is.  One defaults at 4800 baud and the other defaults at 38400 baud.  Just make sure the baud rate matches the baud rate of the rig and make sure no other program is using that port.

John
KC3FL


Re: CAT RIG CONTRIL #flrig

David Tucker
 

THANKS JOHN I WILL CHECK THAT OUT.

73'S DAVE

On 9/29/2021 2:02 PM, John via groups.io wrote:

Dave
There are two xml files for that rig, don't know what the difference is.  One defaults at 4800 baud and the other defaults at 38400 baud.  Just make sure the baud rate matches the baud rate of the rig and make sure no other program is using that port.

John
KC3FL


Re: CAT RIG CONTRIL #flrig

John KC3FL
 

Dave
There are two xml files for that rig, don't know what the difference is.  One defaults at 4800 baud and the other defaults at 38400 baud.  Just make sure the baud rate matches the baud rate of the rig and make sure no other program is using that port.

John
KC3FL


CAT RIG CONTRIL #flrig

 

I JUST INSTALLED FLDIGI ON MY WINDOWS 10 COMPUTER. I AM WANTING TO CAT CONTROL. FOR SOME REASON I CAN'T CHANGE THE RIG ASSIGNMENT TO MY 817. i HAVE RIG CONTROL AS COM 6 BUT IT WILL NOT FOLLOW THE FREQ OF MY 8I7, I TRIED FLRIG CONTROL AND COULD NOT ADD 7.070. IT JUST STAYS THE MEMORY OF 14.070.
ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED

--
73 NU4N Dave


How to have FLDIGI control Perseus SDR

n2dj <n2dj@...>
 

Hello,

I see FLDIGI can control many different transceivers. Can it control the receive frequency of an SDR, in particular the Perseus?

Thanks for any help in getting this configured.


Re: WW RTTY Contest Logging and NF3JP

Ed - AE8Q
 

Well,  I didn't have a lot of time to troubleshoot (due to the contest), so I checked the version number and I was running 4.1.19.    I uninstalled it, downloaded and installed 4.1.20 and everything started working.  Not sure if there should have been any changes between the two versions that should have affected it, but it is working now. 

Ed - KD8YQQ 

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