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Re: DX

DAVE KB3RAN 1692/381
 

So, we're still chasing  Hawaii, Italy and Mexico through 2020?

Dave
KB3RAN
1697/381

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Dave H
KB3RAN
1692/381


Re: DX

KF3AA
 

TNX Steve 73 Bob


Re: DX

Stephen Melachrinos
 

Bob -

I think the official answer should come from others, but my recollection of the discussions regarding the transition of the club indicated we/they would try to maintain the current suite of endorsements, but not add any (and result in new work) until we had a working system for processing the new ones. I interpreted that to mean that the 2019 DX Specials would continue (until the end of 2019) but we would not add the 2020s right away.

Steve
W3HF


-----Original Message-----
From: KF3AA <KF3AA@...>
To: 070Club <070Club@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Mar 7, 2020 1:59 pm
Subject: [070Club] DX

Are there any DX special countries endorsements  this year?
 If so what are they?
   73 to all  de  KF3AA Bob


DX

KF3AA
 

Are there any DX special countries endorsements  this year?
 If so what are they?
   73 to all  de  KF3AA Bob


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Kevin Lyons, K1KL
 

Thanks Scotty. That’s helpful. I also saw the Acura right Wi-Fi version which is less than $70 so I’ll compare that perhaps to the ambient.

Similarly, I’ll choose content that I send on PSK based on the QSO and to some extent, greater extent I hope, the interests of the other operator. I’ve seen notable differences in terms of peoples interest in WX by country. It may be a broad brush, but Germans always seem to make a WX inquiry or send WX. I often enjoy a weather report, particularly when followed by personal experience with that weather. I could, of course, look up the QTH on weather.com. Sometimes, it’s just a nice part of a QSO.
Thanks for the recommendation, Scotty, I’ll keep you posted.
Kevin, K1KL

On Thu, Mar 5, 2020 at 12:05 PM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

I have the Ambient WX 2902A.  It has the features I wanted without the Massive prices.  I highly recommend it if you want to get into it without a lot of bucks.

For the rest, I rarely send the WX unless asked.  Also if I see we have worked I dont send the Brag either.  But it would have been nice to automate it, because I love to play with gadgets :).   I guess, since I use FL-Digi Ill just use what I have.  Its too bad MIXW died out, I really loved that program.

--

Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138

--
Kevin


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Scotty W7PSK
 

I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

I have the Ambient WX 2902A.  It has the features I wanted without the Massive prices.  I highly recommend it if you want to get into it without a lot of bucks.

For the rest, I rarely send the WX unless asked.  Also if I see we have worked I dont send the Brag either.  But it would have been nice to automate it, because I love to play with gadgets :).   I guess, since I use FL-Digi Ill just use what I have.  Its too bad MIXW died out, I really loved that program.

--

Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138


Re: New member calling CQ - 40M KC4UPR #2733

Rick Sterling <KI7OIY@...>
 

Didn’t see anyone :(
Hopefully next time
KI7OIY 

On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 8:35 PM stan robinson <robinstan@...> wrote:
Just worked Rob  on 40M . He is calling CQ mid-band. Good signal into SW FL.

Also worked Jay, WB5K on 40M  afew minutes ago.

Two mew ones for me.

73 es GL,
Stan
W9SMR

________________________________________
From: 070Club@groups.io <070Club@groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 8:22 AM
To: robert@...; 070Club@groups.io
Subject: [070Club] Welcome 2733

Please join me in welcoming our new member(s):

2733  Rob  KC4UPR

Jim K5SP
Membership Director

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Jim,  K5SP #483
Member Services Director





New member calling CQ - 40M KC4UPR #2733

stan W9SMR
 

Just worked Rob on 40M . He is calling CQ mid-band. Good signal into SW FL.

Also worked Jay, WB5K on 40M afew minutes ago.

Two mew ones for me.

73 es GL,
Stan
W9SMR

________________________________________
From: 070Club@groups.io <070Club@groups.io> on behalf of Jim K5SP <jinnis@swbell.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 8:22 AM
To: robert@thefrenchfamily.org; 070Club@groups.io
Subject: [070Club] Welcome 2733

Please join me in welcoming our new member(s):

2733 Rob KC4UPR

Jim K5SP
Membership Director

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Jim, K5SP #483
Member Services Director


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Kevin Lyons, K1KL
 

Ray and Jerry,
You guys are really enlightened. Glad to have you in the hobby. 
 
Kevin, K1KL

On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 2:09 PM Ray Clements <r.clements@...> wrote:
If you are having a legitimate conversation with someone and they ask about the weather or your station, then by all means provide that information. My gripe is about those who send that information with every contact they make. If I have already seen your station information when you worked a previous contact, I would prefer not to see it again.

Ray N9RWC


------ Original Message ------
Received: 11:10 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Paul Butzi (W7PFB)" <w7pfb@...>
To: 070Club@groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


i have a very sophisticated neural network arrangement to insert current weather data into my psk QSOs when I feel it is appropriate, which is generally when the conversation turns to the weather.

I look out the window from my operating position, and observe what it’s like outside.  Then I type what I see into the text window.  Temperatures are generally accurate to within 5 or 10 degrees F.  Snow depths are judged by looking out the other window into the courtyard, where the snow settles evenly. Wind speed is estimated by watching the tree tops and listening. Intensity of current rainfall is judged by listening to the sound of the rain falling on the standing seam metal roof.

The same neural network also provides reports on: whether my dogs want to go for a walk, what chores I’m neglecting in favor of playing radio, and so on.

The best part is that this neural network system interfaces easily not only with fldigi but also the Kent single paddle keyer, the SSB HF rig, Winlink, and the FM VHF/UHF rigs.


-p W7PFB
73, Don’t forget to smile and have fun!

On Mar 4, 2020, at 8:05 AM, Ray Clements <r.clements@...> wrote:

Personally, I find station macros and weather macros to be a complete waste of time and bandwidth. Band opening tend to be sporadic these days, so do not waste the opportunities you have.

I could care less which computer, operating system,  or software you are using. If it is 20 degrees F here in Northern Illinois, I do not really want to hear that it is 75 degrees in South Florida, or wherever you might live. 

If I am in the middle of a QSO and I start to receive stuff like that, I am likely to drop off the call without ever logging the contact. 
If you want to chat, however, I will gladly join in.

Ran N9RWC

 


------ Original Message ------
Received: 07:07 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Kevin Lyons, K1KL" <k1kl@...>
To: 070 Club PSK Group <070Club@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138











--
Kevin


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Ray Clements
 

If you are having a legitimate conversation with someone and they ask about the weather or your station, then by all means provide that information. My gripe is about those who send that information with every contact they make. If I have already seen your station information when you worked a previous contact, I would prefer not to see it again.

Ray N9RWC


------ Original Message ------
Received: 11:10 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Paul Butzi (W7PFB)" <w7pfb@...>
To: 070Club@groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


i have a very sophisticated neural network arrangement to insert current weather data into my psk QSOs when I feel it is appropriate, which is generally when the conversation turns to the weather.

I look out the window from my operating position, and observe what it’s like outside.  Then I type what I see into the text window.  Temperatures are generally accurate to within 5 or 10 degrees F.  Snow depths are judged by looking out the other window into the courtyard, where the snow settles evenly. Wind speed is estimated by watching the tree tops and listening. Intensity of current rainfall is judged by listening to the sound of the rain falling on the standing seam metal roof.

The same neural network also provides reports on: whether my dogs want to go for a walk, what chores I’m neglecting in favor of playing radio, and so on.

The best part is that this neural network system interfaces easily not only with fldigi but also the Kent single paddle keyer, the SSB HF rig, Winlink, and the FM VHF/UHF rigs.


-p W7PFB
73, Don’t forget to smile and have fun!

On Mar 4, 2020, at 8:05 AM, Ray Clements <r.clements@...> wrote:

Personally, I find station macros and weather macros to be a complete waste of time and bandwidth. Band opening tend to be sporadic these days, so do not waste the opportunities you have.

I could care less which computer, operating system,  or software you are using. If it is 20 degrees F here in Northern Illinois, I do not really want to hear that it is 75 degrees in South Florida, or wherever you might live. 

If I am in the middle of a QSO and I start to receive stuff like that, I am likely to drop off the call without ever logging the contact. 
If you want to chat, however, I will gladly join in.

Ran N9RWC

 


------ Original Message ------
Received: 07:07 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Kevin Lyons, K1KL" <k1kl@...>
To: 070 Club PSK Group <070Club@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138










Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Jerry N9AVY
 

This is one of those things Ray & I agree on. A lot of information is just "busy work" and doesn't really belong in an actual QSO. We should be talking about our interests/hobbies and trying to find common ground. Of course, taboo subjects should still be sex, religion & politics as has always been.

For me, useless information includes IMD, S/N ratio, a brag list of every darn piece of equipment you own, people who give out Club numbers which are specific to a certain band (10-10 numbers, 30DMG, etc.) , detailed WX reports , and so on. When I operated W1AW/9 a few years back on PSK31, I got scads of useless information which only served to lessen the 700+ contacts I made because many operators got bored with exchanges filled with 10 minutes of useless TMI. Be considerate of other operators !

Guess I' another Old Curmudgeon ...

Jerry n9avy


On Wednesday, March 4, 2020, 10:05:50 AM CST, Ray Clements <r.clements@...> wrote:


Personally, I find station macros and weather macros to be a complete waste of time and bandwidth. Band opening tend to be sporadic these days, so do not waste the opportunities you have.

I could care less which computer, operating system,  or software you are using. If it is 20 degrees F here in Northern Illinois, I do not really want to hear that it is 75 degrees in South Florida, or wherever you might live. 

If I am in the middle of a QSO and I start to receive stuff like that, I am likely to drop off the call without ever logging the contact. 
If you want to chat, however, I will gladly join in.

Ran N9RWC

 


------ Original Message ------
Received: 07:07 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Kevin Lyons, K1KL" <k1kl@...>
To: 070 Club PSK Group <070Club@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138






Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

i have a very sophisticated neural network arrangement to insert current weather data into my psk QSOs when I feel it is appropriate, which is generally when the conversation turns to the weather.

I look out the window from my operating position, and observe what it’s like outside.  Then I type what I see into the text window.  Temperatures are generally accurate to within 5 or 10 degrees F.  Snow depths are judged by looking out the other window into the courtyard, where the snow settles evenly. Wind speed is estimated by watching the tree tops and listening. Intensity of current rainfall is judged by listening to the sound of the rain falling on the standing seam metal roof.

The same neural network also provides reports on: whether my dogs want to go for a walk, what chores I’m neglecting in favor of playing radio, and so on.

The best part is that this neural network system interfaces easily not only with fldigi but also the Kent single paddle keyer, the SSB HF rig, Winlink, and the FM VHF/UHF rigs.


-p W7PFB
73, Don’t forget to smile and have fun!

On Mar 4, 2020, at 8:05 AM, Ray Clements <r.clements@...> wrote:

Personally, I find station macros and weather macros to be a complete waste of time and bandwidth. Band opening tend to be sporadic these days, so do not waste the opportunities you have.

I could care less which computer, operating system,  or software you are using. If it is 20 degrees F here in Northern Illinois, I do not really want to hear that it is 75 degrees in South Florida, or wherever you might live. 

If I am in the middle of a QSO and I start to receive stuff like that, I am likely to drop off the call without ever logging the contact. 
If you want to chat, however, I will gladly join in.

Ran N9RWC

 


------ Original Message ------
Received: 07:07 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Kevin Lyons, K1KL" <k1kl@...>
To: 070 Club PSK Group <070Club@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138








Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Ray Clements
 

Personally, I find station macros and weather macros to be a complete waste of time and bandwidth. Band opening tend to be sporadic these days, so do not waste the opportunities you have.

I could care less which computer, operating system,  or software you are using. If it is 20 degrees F here in Northern Illinois, I do not really want to hear that it is 75 degrees in South Florida, or wherever you might live. 

If I am in the middle of a QSO and I start to receive stuff like that, I am likely to drop off the call without ever logging the contact. 
If you want to chat, however, I will gladly join in.

Ran N9RWC

 


------ Original Message ------
Received: 07:07 AM CST, 03/04/2020
From: "Kevin Lyons, K1KL" <k1kl@...>
To: 070 Club PSK Group <070Club@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [070Club] WX info with a button for PSK


Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138






Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Rick - N7WE
 

Good Morning Kevin-

I had wanted a personal WX station for a number of years, but never made the leap.  This past Christmas my darling wife said:  "Pick one!"  That started the search and there are tons of options.  I did find this website to be very helpful in making a decision. https://www.wxforum.net/index.php?PHPSESSID=62086700f593517c4018ea6e8d9b43d6&   Good luck and let us know what you decide on.  And if you figure out how to get your new wx station to embed data in a DM macro, please, please, please post that here!  
--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Kevin Lyons, K1KL
 

Hi Scotty et. al. RE: Automating WX,
I use HRD/DM and I cut and paste into a macro from the NWS text forecast. Takes me 3 seconds, but I have forgotten to update and transmitted weeks' old WX! That's the problem.
I will be purchasing a home WX station and looking for a solution, so this discussion is helpful.

Kevin, K1KL
Hampton, NH
070, #2716


On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 1:54 AM Scotty W7PSK <w7psk@...> wrote:

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138




Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Scotty W7PSK
 

I seem to remember one of the PSK programs (whether MIXW or FL-DIGI) would transmit a weather.txt file.  There was a way to download

weather information into this txt file.   However, FL-DIGI now does WX:XXXX, and in the place of the 4 Xs you put the metar weather

station you want to send data from.   Id rather download my weather station data to a text file and then send that.  And I remember

years ago we added a program that would do that.   But its too long. 


On 3/3/2020 16:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138


Re: WX info with a button for PSK

Rick - N7WE
 

Thanks Tom - I'll check it out.

Rick - N7WE

On 3/3/2020 19:31, K8TOM wrote:
Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM

--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


WX info with a button for PSK

K8TOM
 

Rick,

I also use HRD and have used Ed, W4ELP's program for inserting the wx info into a QSO with the push of a button (or via macro).

It's described by Scott N3FJP here http://www.n3fjp.com/help/digitalsetup.html.

The "bridge" program has quite a lot of additional function, to say the least, and Ed maintains it well.

Tom
K8TOM


Re: Extremely weird question

Rick - N7WE
 

Thanks Scotty -

I use DM780 - part of the HRD suite - and have never seen anything that would do that.  Doesn't mean it won't, as there are lots of things HRD does that I don't use - like rotator control (kind of NA when all you have is a vertical hi hi). Thanks for the info.  I'm going to go snooping and see what I can find. 73,

Rick - N7WE

On 3/3/2020 18:36, Scotty W7PSK wrote:

Rick, I like to chat, have had many 30+ minute conversations.  At some time everyone always sends a local weather report.  I use FL-DIGI, which you create a button with  WX:XXXX where XXXX is the local Airport METAR.   On MIXW you send a file, and I had a program that downloaded every 5 minutes a file from a local weather report.   It would be neato if there was a way to take our Ambient weather net or WU data and create a weather report off our stations.  Love my Ambient Weather 2902A

Scotty - W7PSK

070  - #138

On 3/3/2020 14:15, Rick - N7WE wrote:
Can you help me out a little bit here Scotty?  I don't know what you are referring to with PSK WX report button.  I'm a newby with my PWS - an Ambient WS-2000 and fed to AmbientWeather.Net and WU.  But your question is something new for me.
--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602

--
Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138

--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: Extremely weird question

Scotty W7PSK
 

Rick, I like to chat, have had many 30+ minute conversations.  At some time everyone always sends a local weather report.  I use FL-DIGI, which you create a button with  WX:XXXX where XXXX is the local Airport METAR.   On MIXW you send a file, and I had a program that downloaded every 5 minutes a file from a local weather report.   It would be neato if there was a way to take our Ambient weather net or WU data and create a weather report off our stations.  Love my Ambient Weather 2902A

Scotty - W7PSK

070  - #138

On 3/3/2020 14:15, Rick - N7WE wrote:
Can you help me out a little bit here Scotty?  I don't know what you are referring to with PSK WX report button.  I'm a newby with my PWS - an Ambient WS-2000 and fed to AmbientWeather.Net and WU.  But your question is something new for me.
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Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602

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Scotty W7PSK
Everett, Washington
070 #138

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