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Re: Remote PSK

John AG4CZ <ag4cz@...>
 

Jay,
While you are running the executable from the shack PC, it is
actually processing on the local laptop's processor. The program is
built to look for the config files on the local harddrive and output
to the local system soundcard. You will need to control the shack PC
remotely (or come up with a long set of audio cables :)
Might want to check out a freebie app from Microsoft called
NetMeeting3.01. Version 2 was junk but version 3 isnt bad.
Hmmmm. Sets me to thinking though. Audio jacks in each room wired
back to the rig so I can plug in and run PSK from anywhere in the
house or the back porch. Not a bad idea.
73
John AG4CZ


Re: PSKFEST in 2002

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Yea! get rid of that number eh! .... Ernie WM2U

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Subject: Re: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


Demetre, the sequence-number is the number of the qso, but we are trying
to
convince Jay to eliminate that number.
73 Erika/DL2AYL


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Subject: Re: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


Hi all,

I was looking over the PSKFEST anouncement and sounds like fun ! I'll
make
sure I participate in this one :-)
But what's the sequence number ??

Demetre - SV1ENS


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Re: Remote PSK

N3DQU@...
 

Funny you should mention netmeeting...just finished a QSO with N7OI on
30m, sez he was running his laptop thru a remote rf link using
netmeeting...sez if you have any questions abt his setup, send him an email
at N7OI@arrl.net, name is Alan out in Sandy, Utah...Jay N3DQU.


PSK31 Demo station

John van Eijndt KC0DEB
 

Hi all,

This upcoming saturday (20th) I will be active from the Southside Amateur Radio Club Hamfest, in Grandview, MO.
(That is, if I can piece everything together - Hi) I know that there are a lot of Ham's out there who have heard about PSK31, but never have seen it in action. By demonstrating this mode at the Hamfest, I hope we will see some more stations from the Kansas City area on our screens in the near future. I will be active from 14:00utc until 20:00 utc,( of and on...I have to check out the "toys" too!) mainly on 20 mtr, but if things work out the way I hope they will, I might be on 15 and 10 as well. Hope to see you on screen at the Hamfest! 73 de John KC0DEB







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Re: Remote PSK

Dave Kjellquist, WB5NHL
 

Jay;
Welcome to the world of Bill Gates. In the Unix (Linux) world what you are trying to do is piece of
cake (particularly like your case where security isn't a real issue on a trusted user closed system)
For Linux your trying to do an rlogin and run remote x-windows. Unfortunately there aren't really
good PSK programs for Linux. I know this doesn't help but I couldn't resist the advertisement for
Linux. I have yet to figure out why hams have embraced Windows when the spirit of the open source
software community is so akin to hamming. Oh well may the next generation.

Just an Linux oldcyberdude and ham, 73 Dave WB5NHL


---- 070@yahoogroups.com wrote:

Here's one for the IT techies. (or, a challenge for Ernie's Elmers)

My shack is on the second floor. There I have my rig and an older PC, which
I use for PSK ops. My laptop is downstairs, where I would like to be able to
work PSK from. I set up a minimal Ethernet (read that a crossover cable) and
the two PC's talk and play nice together.

When I tried to start up Digipan on the shack PC, from the remote laptop, it
showed the desktop and files on the shack PC. Now here's the fly in the
ointment. Digipan starts up, but it's the version that is on the laptop. I
can tell because it show a "AA8QQ/3" in the title bar which is from my MD
operation earlier this year.

Any takers?
Jay - AA8QQ


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Re: Remote PSK

Steve W3HF
 

--- In 070@y..., AA8QQJMauch@a... wrote:
Here's one for the IT techies. (or, a challenge for Ernie's Elmers)

My shack is on the second floor. There I have my rig and an older
PC, which
I use for PSK ops. My laptop is downstairs, where I would like to
be able to
work PSK from. I set up a minimal Ethernet (read that a crossover
cable) and
the two PC's talk and play nice together.

When I tried to start up Digipan on the shack PC, from the remote
laptop, it
showed the desktop and files on the shack PC. Now here's the fly
in
the
ointment. Digipan starts up, but it's the version that is on the
laptop. I
can tell because it show a "AA8QQ/3" in the title bar which is from
my MD
operation earlier this year.

Any takers?
Jay - AA8QQ
Jay -

If I understand correctly, you want to be able to operate the
computer
and rig which are upstairs, from a laptop that is downstairs and
connected via ethernet. There are a number of issues going on here,
but here's my take on what's happening.

You may be able to "run" (i.e, use the executable) that resides on
the
shack PC, but Digipan is actually running on the laptop, not
the shack PC. Furthermore, it seems to be looking for configuration
files that are on the local drive, not the shack PC's drive.
That's why you see the callsign from the laptop. That is typical of a
program that is not intended to run over a network, in a
client-server
environment. You may be able to modify the configuration files to
look
across the network, though. I'm not home to check on this, but some
programs (e.g., Pegasus, a freeware email program I use) have a
configuration text file that lists the locations of certain reference
files. If you can find one, and it has a path like "C:&#92;Program
Files&#92;Digipan&#92;configfile.txt", you might try changing it to
"&#92;&#92;ShackPC&#92;Cdrive&#92;Program Files&#92;Digipan&#92;configfile.txt", where
ShackPC
is the network name of your shack PC, and Cdrive is the name you gave
its hard drive when you set it up for network sharing. Note that the
double-backslash is required--it tells Windows to go across the
network rather than starting with the root directory of the local PC.

But more importantly, if you want to use the sound card interface
(and
the associate radio) that is in the shack PC, the issue is that the
software must RUN on the shack PC. Your laptop will not be able to
use
its sound card to interface to the radio unless the laptop is in the
shack.

That means that you want to use the laptop to be a remote TERMINAL to
the shack PC, not to simply run the software remotely. And that's not
a feature that is native to Windows. You need a third-party utility
to
do this.

At my place of employment, we use a program called Timbuktu to
perform
this function. This sets up the local PC as the monitor, mouse, and
keyboard for the remote PC, but the application really runs on the
remote PC. That's what you want, so you can then use the sound card
and radio interface in the shack. I'm sure there are other
applications that do a similar function, but I'm not familiar with
them as I've never had the need for them. You will need the third
party software on both PCs to make this work.

I hope this helps. And I hope I did not misinterpret your question.

73,
Steve
W3HF


Re: PSKFEST in 2002

Demetre Koumanakos <sv1ens@...>
 

Ahh.. I see, I agree that the qso number is more of a hasle than help...

73

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Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 3:11 PM
Subject: Re: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


Demetre, the sequence-number is the number of the qso, but we are trying
to
convince Jay to eliminate that number.
73 Erika/DL2AYL


----- Original Message -----
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To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


Hi all,

I was looking over the PSKFEST anouncement and sounds like fun ! I'll
make
sure I participate in this one :-)
But what's the sequence number ??

Demetre - SV1ENS


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Remote PSK

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

Here's one for the IT techies. (or, a challenge for Ernie's Elmers)

My shack is on the second floor. There I have my rig and an older PC, which
I use for PSK ops. My laptop is downstairs, where I would like to be able to
work PSK from. I set up a minimal Ethernet (read that a crossover cable) and
the two PC's talk and play nice together.

When I tried to start up Digipan on the shack PC, from the remote laptop, it
showed the desktop and files on the shack PC. Now here's the fly in the
ointment. Digipan starts up, but it's the version that is on the laptop. I
can tell because it show a "AA8QQ/3" in the title bar which is from my MD
operation earlier this year.

Any takers?
Jay - AA8QQ


Re: PSKFEST in 2002

DL2AYL@...
 

Demetre, the sequence-number is the number of the qso, but we are trying to
convince Jay to eliminate that number.
73 Erika/DL2AYL

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From: <sv1ens@otenet.gr>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


Hi all,

I was looking over the PSKFEST anouncement and sounds like fun ! I'll make
sure I participate in this one :-)
But what's the sequence number ??

Demetre - SV1ENS


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Re: PSKFEST in 2002

sv1ens@...
 

Hi all,

I was looking over the PSKFEST anouncement and sounds like fun ! I'll make sure I participate in this one :-)
But what's the sequence number ??

Demetre - SV1ENS


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PSKFEST in 2002

Duncan McMahon <zl3jt@...>
 

de Jungle Telegraph!
Why have a damn serial number in the exchange? We've all got a computers to work
the PSK mode, and a logging program, so why add an extra completely unnecessary serial
number...it will destroy the contest!
The CQWW Zone contests are the most popular in the world...Why? No serial numbers,
so no EGO number....This requirement was only needed for checking paper logs by hand!

Serial numbers will stop the occasional casual QSO in the contest, because people
will not understand the serial number! I move that the serial number requirement
be removed from the exchange...for all time...any seconders?
ZL3JT 070 #109


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Re: PSKFEST in 2002

DL2AYL@...
 

Duncan, I agree with you, I like especially the All Asian Contest where I
can give the 00 for an exchange, hi..

73's Erika/DL2AYL

----- Original Message -----
From: "Duncan McMahon" <zl3jt@zfree.co.nz>
To: <070@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 12:51 PM
Subject: [070] PSKFEST in 2002


de Jungle Telegraph!
Why have a damn serial number in the exchange? We've all got a computers
to work
the PSK mode, and a logging program, so why add an extra completely
unnecessary serial
number...it will destroy the contest!
The CQWW Zone contests are the most popular in the world...Why? No serial
numbers,
so no EGO number....This requirement was only needed for checking paper
logs by hand!

Serial numbers will stop the occasional casual QSO in the contest, because
people
will not understand the serial number! I move that the serial number
requirement
be removed from the exchange...for all time...any seconders?
ZL3JT 070 #109


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2002 Pskfest

N3DQU@...
 

Ow! ow! Man, you guys are rough! Ok, sequence number is out...Because the
magazines required a 3 month lead time for announcements however, may be some
confusion at the beginning of the contest about the rules change, especially
for those not hooked up on the web...We will just have to pass the word on
the air...Jay.


ARLP043 Propagation de K7VVV

N3DQU@...
 


Re: PSKFEST in 2002

w2cz@...
 

I agree

Interested in Ham Radio?  Click here


PSKFEST

N3DQU@...
 

Announcing the First Annual Pskfest sponsored by the 070 Club, to be held
this coming January. See the 070 Club website for more info...73 de Jay
N3DQU.


Solomon Is.

Duncan McMahon <zl3jt@...>
 

de Jungle Telegraph,
I worked H44MA Allan on 14.070 PSK at 1040z. Home call VK2GR. Allan is not on a DX-pedition,
he is on business for the next 7 weeks and uses PSK in his spare time to keep in
touch with home. So be patient if you spot his trace. He will work a few after he
has made his skeds, but his antenna is only a low dipole. Please bear in mind too
that the power system on the Island is not all that reliable. QSLing will have to
wait until he gets home and gets cards printed. QSL route VK2GR CBA
Thanks for country #155 on psk Allan!


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Fw: Rumble Attaboy

Leonel Soares <leonelfcs@...>
 

 
 
Hi Jay,
I wait also !!! 
73
Leonel
CT4MS
PODXS cert. #004 
 

----- Original Message -----
To: 070@...
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2001 10:48 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Rumble Attaboy

Hi Jay,
 
Thanks for the 3 QSOs in the Rumble - it was fun.
 
I've posted my score on Ernie's web site and would really like to get the "attaboy".
 
Thanks and vy 73,
 
Chas, K8IJ
----- Original Message -----
From: N3DQU@...
To: 070@...
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 14:32 PM
Subject: [070] Rumble Attaboy

   070 Members - If you want the Rumble Attaboy for ur certificate, dont
forget to send me an email with ur request. No need to send ur log, just a
note saying that ur score is posted on the Rumble website...73 de Jay N3DQU.


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Re: Elmers for Elmers?

AA8QQJMauch@...
 

tnx Ernie. I'll try that
de 8QQ


Re: Elmers for Elmers?

Ernest Mills <emills@...>
 

Hi Jay,
Not sure if you have had an answer on this as I have been up to my
eyeballs in rumble logs but just in case let me have a shot at answering :)
If you look at the Digipan.ini file in the WINDOWS directory (not the
digipan directory) you will find, listed under the heading TEXT, all the
Macros that will be used in the program.
What I normally do is make a copy of the digipan.ini file and rename it
if I leave it in the WINDOWS directory. As soon as you run digipan again it
will create a new Digipan.ini file and you can modify this to suit
(including the Macros). Then by renaming the copy you need to use, to
Digipan.ini, (make sure it is still in the WINDOWS directory, you will find
all OK :)
Hope this helps, Ernie

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From: <AA8QQJMauch@aol.com>
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Sent: Friday, October 12, 2001 10:39 AM
Subject: [070] Elmers for Elmers?


Hi All,
Now that the Rumble is over, I find I have a problem with DigiPan. I
programmed my hot keys for the Rumble and saved them as Rumble.Mac and
saved
my normal hot key configuration as Standard.Mac. Now every time I start
DigiPan, it comes up with the Rumble hot keys, instead of my normal ones.
I
even saved my normal keys as Default.Mac and it still auto loads the
contest
keys. Has anyone else run into this problem? Or is it time to bite the
bullet and reload DigiPan from scratch. (I had my fill of Beta testing
with
Microsoft)

Any help? ANY ONE?
de AA8QQ - Jay


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