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Re: fldigi problem

Dan Morris - KZ3T
 

Trying to download fldigi to my Mac and I found 3 downloads!! 
BS.dmg
HS.dmg
LI.dmg

Does anyone know which one I should use?

Dan Morris  KZ3T  070-1065

I live to live for Him!




On Jun 25, 2022, at 10:01 PM, N9JCA Chris <n9jca1@...> wrote:

Go to Dave's Website download
install fldigi 4.1.23
That's what I had to do to fix my problem

Chris N9JCA # 797

73

On 6/26/22 01:55, Chuck M via groups.io wrote:
using v4.1.12.  somehow the frequency value in the little window top left center is stuck on 14 mhz.  the other digits follow where I click on waterfall signal.
not connected to radio.  selecting different frequencies from list changes big freq display but not the 14 which gets copied to log.  then have to change that from 14 to 7 or whatever.
ideas?
thanks
chuck
KD9DVB







Re: fldigi problem

N9JCA Chris
 

Go to Dave's Website download
install fldigi 4.1.23
That's what I had to do to fix my problem

Chris N9JCA # 797

73

On 6/26/22 01:55, Chuck M via groups.io wrote:
using v4.1.12.  somehow the frequency value in the little window top left center is stuck on 14 mhz.  the other digits follow where I click on waterfall signal.
not connected to radio.  selecting different frequencies from list changes big freq display but not the 14 which gets copied to log.  then have to change that from 14 to 7 or whatever.
ideas?
thanks
chuck
KD9DVB


fldigi problem

Chuck M
 

using v4.1.12.  somehow the frequency value in the little window top left center is stuck on 14 mhz.  the other digits follow where I click on waterfall signal.

not connected to radio.  selecting different frequencies from list changes big freq display but not the 14 which gets copied to log.  then have to change that from 14 to 7 or whatever.

ideas?

thanks
chuck
KD9DVB


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

Alan - KA5VZG
 

Way to go "GA Bob" ! 

FB on checking off the 24/7 & 366.

I see that Stan,W9SMR, pointed you at the Work-The-World challenge too  :-)

Unless you're way ahead of me, that one will be a big challenge also.
We needed some more fun anyway.  GL and I'll see you on the waterfall.


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

Buz Johnson
 

Congratulations Bob!  That’s a pretty assume accomplishment, hope I can get there by this time next year.


Best 73,

Buz, WA5AMM 


On Jun 25, 2022, at 11:46 AM, KN4ZXG <lampert.t@...> wrote:

Great job Bob!  This is one of the hard ones!

--
de, WA5AMM, Buz


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

KN4ZXG
 

Great job Bob!  This is one of the hard ones!


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

stan W9SMR
 

Fantastic, Bob !!

We have been watching your meticulous progress with an encouraging eye and applaud your diligence in this pursuit.

You have the 24/7 and 366 now. Great accomplishments on two of the most challenging Endorsements.

Now it's time to get serious about the Work-The-World challenge. You have 1,478 of the necessary 2,246 Call letter prefixes.

And as propagation continues to improve, for 30/30 you have 21 QSO,s and for 12/12 you have 9 QSO's.

Go for it!!

73,
Stan
W9SMR



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From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of GA - Bob - K4VBM <ptcorners@...>
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2022 8:49 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: [070Club] My 365 quest has been completed!

Soon after 00:00 UTC on the 25th, I was calling on 40m PSK31 with no one answering.
So I did my typical switch to 20m, and after the 2nd call, my many time QSO partner, Roy, KK6M, answered my call,
and my 365 endorsement is now completed (thanks again, Roy!). All I can say is WOW!

[cid:part1.Z3ULq7uD.Bvo2qC0Z@...]
it was a long and arduous journey, but it was also fun because of many of the PODXS members who helped along the way,
and all the other PSK31 ops I met along the way, making new friends, and those non-members I even managed to get to join the 070 club.

You all are the best, fun bunch around! Don't change - just keep being you all!

So, now I will ponder what's next whilst enjoying marking this one off the list.

Stay safe and well and cool!

[cid:part2.sIDWO0hS.fSnpZh0Z@...]FOREVER!

73,

Bob Hensey
K4VBM (Very Bad Memory)


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

Steve VA3FLF/KM4FLF
 

Congrats Bob, great accomplishment. I’m a couple months behind you with a few more to go.

Steve


On Jun 24, 2022, at 20:49, GA - Bob - K4VBM <ptcorners@...> wrote:

 Soon after 00:00 UTC on the 25th, I was calling on 40m PSK31 with no one answering.
So I did my typical switch to 20m, and after the 2nd call, my many time QSO partner, Roy, KK6M, answered my call,
and my 365 endorsement is now completed (thanks again, Roy!).  All I can say is WOW!

070-365-K4VBM-366.jpg
it was a long and arduous journey, but it was also fun because of many of the PODXS members who helped along the way,
and all the other PSK31 ops I met along the way, making new friends, and those non-members I even managed to get to join the 070 club.

You all are the best, fun bunch around!  Don't change - just keep being you all!

So, now I will ponder what's next whilst enjoying marking this one off the list.

Stay safe and well and cool!

070logoYO5CRQ1.jpgFOREVER!

73,

Bob Hensey
K4VBM (Very Bad Memory)


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

Eric KG6MZS
 

A formidable challenge overcome.  Congratulations Bob.  On to 365x2 ;-)

73 Eric KG6MZS

(Who just filled in a hole today in the 365 endorsement)

On 6/24/22 5:49 PM, GA - Bob - K4VBM wrote:
Soon after 00:00 UTC on the 25th, I was calling on 40m PSK31 with no one answering.
So I did my typical switch to 20m, and after the 2nd call, my many time QSO partner, Roy, KK6M, answered my call,
and my 365 endorsement is now completed (thanks again, Roy!).  All I can say is WOW!


it was a long and arduous journey, but it was also fun because of many of the PODXS members who helped along the way,
and all the other PSK31 ops I met along the way, making new friends, and those non-members I even managed to get to join the 070 club.

You all are the best, fun bunch around!  Don't change - just keep being you all!

So, now I will ponder what's next whilst enjoying marking this one off the list.

Stay safe and well and cool!

FOREVER!

73,

Bob Hensey
K4VBM (Very Bad Memory)


Re: My 365 quest has been completed!

Fr Richard WB8YXF
 

Congrats an excellent achievement 

Wb8yxf

Glory to God

On Fri, Jun 24, 2022 at 20:49, GA - Bob - K4VBM
<ptcorners@...> wrote:
Soon after 00:00 UTC on the 25th, I was calling on 40m PSK31 with no one answering.
So I did my typical switch to 20m, and after the 2nd call, my many time QSO partner, Roy, KK6M, answered my call,
and my 365 endorsement is now completed (thanks again, Roy!).  All I can say is WOW!


it was a long and arduous journey, but it was also fun because of many of the PODXS members who helped along the way,
and all the other PSK31 ops I met along the way, making new friends, and those non-members I even managed to get to join the 070 club.

You all are the best, fun bunch around!  Don't change - just keep being you all!

So, now I will ponder what's next whilst enjoying marking this one off the list.

Stay safe and well and cool!

FOREVER!

73,

Bob Hensey
K4VBM (Very Bad Memory)


My 365 quest has been completed!

GA - Bob - K4VBM
 

Soon after 00:00 UTC on the 25th, I was calling on 40m PSK31 with no one answering.
So I did my typical switch to 20m, and after the 2nd call, my many time QSO partner, Roy, KK6M, answered my call,
and my 365 endorsement is now completed (thanks again, Roy!).  All I can say is WOW!


it was a long and arduous journey, but it was also fun because of many of the PODXS members who helped along the way,
and all the other PSK31 ops I met along the way, making new friends, and those non-members I even managed to get to join the 070 club.

You all are the best, fun bunch around!  Don't change - just keep being you all!

So, now I will ponder what's next whilst enjoying marking this one off the list.

Stay safe and well and cool!

FOREVER!

73,

Bob Hensey
K4VBM (Very Bad Memory)


Re: Field Day macros, logging

Eric KG6MZS
 

I suggest having a different set of macros for search/pounce and for running CQ.  The sequence is different.

I also have separate macros ready for repeating section, class and "all again pse."  I use those a lot in the Field Day chaos.

Another country heard from,

73 Eric KG6MZS


Re: Field Day macros, logging

Mike W4BZM <behrcave@...>
 

Chris, good list.  I’m still new at this game, and learning (aren’t we all?), so I appreciate constructive inputs like yours.

I’d suggest that the “My Info” macro read:  “<CALL> XXX XXX XXXX XXXX kn”.  Several stations may have answered the CQ call and they need to know which one you are replying to (and logging), preferably before the sign off message.  And the “pse copy” seems extraneous since the calling station is expecting that info anyway.

I also like that your Sign macro ends in “73” rather than in “73 QRZ”.  It irks me when a station ends a QSO with “73 QRZ”, in effect saying “I’m done with you, who is next?” without giving me the chance to give my 73 call at the end of the communication per FCC regs.  So my Sign macro for contests and Field Day just reads “<CALL> TU <MYCALL> 73”.  

You’re right about using multiple versions of macro in Fldigi.  I’m not familiar with HRD or other programs, but I imagine they have similar capabilities.

But, in the end, to each his/her own.  Most important:  Let’s have fun with Field Day!


73 Mike W4BZM 
PODXS #2653  LONP #433


Re: Field Day macros, logging

N9JCA Chris
 

YEP
You only need 5 Macros

Call CQ: CQ CQ FD de <MYCALL> <MYCALL> CQ

Call Station: <MYCALL> <MYCALL>

My Info: Pse cpy XXX XXX XXX XXX BTU

Sign: <CALL> Tnx 4 contact 73 ( As you may notice "NO Garbage"

i.e. QSO Logged xxx xxx xxx etc

AGN: AGN AGN PSE

I know it's a pain for some people but you really need

to make some "short and sweet" Contest Macros and keep them separate

from regular daily PSK Operation

Fldigi has 4 separate Rows for Macros so why not use them

Chris N9JCA PODXS #797

73

On 6/20/22 03:12, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io wrote:
Gil, I think ur suggestion for FD macro's to be the most helpful suggested thus far by anyone.
Thanks for contributing to the groiup.
Milt.
N6MG, 070-650 - LONP #76
Director, Contests & LONP (2Hats)
-----Original Message-----
From: Gil woodside <Wa1lad@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Sun, Jun 19, 2022 7:19 am
Subject: [070Club] Field Day macros, logging
I have been following the thread and found the suggestions and information very useful.
Our club (WA1USA) will be running 2F for Field Day. We do operate SSB, CW and most of the digital modes. We also use N3FJP's amazing Field Day Log software coupled to the FLDigi suite of programs. This partnership has worked perfectly for us for 6-7 years now and it was quite easy to set up. As for our macros, they are just the basic CQ, Answer CQ, our INFO, Tnx/73 and QRZ? . I think its a matter of operator choice for the macros but we have found, especially on FD, that short and sweet works best.
We hope to work many PSK31 QSO's this year!
OK, thats my 2 cents gentlemen.....now back to lurking  ;)
73,
Gil/WA1LAD
070# 2923


Re: Field Day macros, logging

 

Gil, I think ur suggestion for FD macro's to be the most helpful suggested thus far by anyone.
Thanks for contributing to the groiup.
Milt.
N6MG, 070-650 - LONP #76
Director, Contests & LONP (2Hats)


-----Original Message-----
From: Gil woodside <Wa1lad@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Sun, Jun 19, 2022 7:19 am
Subject: [070Club] Field Day macros, logging

I have been following the thread and found the suggestions and information very useful.

Our club (WA1USA) will be running 2F for Field Day. We do operate SSB, CW and most of the digital modes. We also use N3FJP's amazing Field Day Log software coupled to the FLDigi suite of programs. This partnership has worked perfectly for us for 6-7 years now and it was quite easy to set up. As for our macros, they are just the basic CQ, Answer CQ, our INFO, Tnx/73 and QRZ? . I think its a matter of operator choice for the macros but we have found, especially on FD, that short and sweet works best.

We hope to work many PSK31 QSO's this year!

OK, thats my 2 cents gentlemen.....now back to lurking  ;)

73,
Gil/WA1LAD
070# 2923


Field Day macros, logging

Gil woodside
 

I have been following the thread and found the suggestions and information very useful.

Our club (WA1USA) will be running 2F for Field Day. We do operate SSB, CW and most of the digital modes. We also use N3FJP's amazing Field Day Log software coupled to the FLDigi suite of programs. This partnership has worked perfectly for us for 6-7 years now and it was quite easy to set up. As for our macros, they are just the basic CQ, Answer CQ, our INFO, Tnx/73 and QRZ? . I think its a matter of operator choice for the macros but we have found, especially on FD, that short and sweet works best.

We hope to work many PSK31 QSO's this year!

OK, thats my 2 cents gentlemen.....now back to lurking  ;)

73,
Gil/WA1LAD
070# 2923


Re: Anyone for 6 meters?

Steve W3HF
 

Well it's open from EL99 (FL) to FN20 (PA). But Don and I worked on 6m last week.

Steve
W3HF


-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Wood via groups.io <wb4ubk@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Jun 17, 2022 6:19 pm
Subject: [070Club] Anyone for 6 meters?

Six meters is wide open today.  Worked 12 stations on FT8 very quickly. Now calling CQ on PSK31, 50.2915 MHz.

Don Wood
WB4UBK
North Florida


Anyone for 6 meters?

Donald Wood
 

Six meters is wide open today.  Worked 12 stations on FT8 very quickly. Now calling CQ on PSK31, 50.2915 MHz.

Don Wood
WB4UBK
North Florida


2022 RC3 Championship Standings – TDW Contest

stan W9SMR
 

The intense competition for Top Dawg in the 2022 Rollo Cup Contest Championship (RC3) has continued, with Eric, K9VIC holding on to 1st Place. Note that Eric is one of the few QRP Contest participants. Great job, Eric.

John, KC3FL has held onto 2nd placeLee. N5SLY and Buz, WA5AMM have swapped 4th and 5th places. The race could not be any closer than that between Darin, NY7H and Tom, KD6TR with Darin leading by 0.007 points.

The table below shows the Top Ten finishers following the PSKfest, Valentine Sprint, St. Patrick’s Day, 31 Flavors and TDW Contests.

Congrats to all our Contest warriors!




The Top Dawg in the Rollo Cup Contest Championship will receive a special certificate, a Rollo Dog Tag, and an Engraved Silver Revere Cup Trophy.

The RC3 for 2022 is just getting started. We have 5 PODXS-070 Contests on the calendar yet to be fought out. Let the battle continue!

Check out your standing on the full Leader Board for RC3 following the Three Day Weekend Contest at: RC3 Leaderboard

Mark your calendar for our next Contest, the 40M Firecracker Sprint:


2000 UTC  Saturday - July 2nd -

1959 UTC  Sunday – July 3rd

See Rules: 40M Firecracker Sprint

 

 We hope you enjoy this “Race for the Rollo Cup!”


73,
Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director
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