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Re: Worked a new-to-me 070 number

Stephen Melachrinos
 

Jerry -

I hope Mike stays on the air for a while. I need him too!

Steve
W3HF


-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...>
To: 070 Club <070club@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Dec 22, 2020 1:10 pm
Subject: [070Club] Worked a new-to-me 070 number

This morning I finally work my old friend Mike , KA9DFI, on PSK31 (and RTTY) on 40m.  He hasn't been on for years due to computer and/or rig problems. He vey difficult to work because there is about 25 miles between us as well as the Marengo Ridge which is somewhat difficult for RF to get over at times. Plus he's  on a vertical and I'm horizontal.

Anyhow, had a great time working #0437 !  Thanks Mike !

BTW, Mike & I have been friends for over 30 years.  He got his Extra when I was still messing around as a Tech. Smart fellow who holds 2 Doctorates and is working on a 3rd... 

Jerry  n9avy


Worked a new-to-me 070 number

Jerry N9AVY
 

This morning I finally work my old friend Mike , KA9DFI, on PSK31 (and RTTY) on 40m.  He hasn't been on for years due to computer and/or rig problems. He vey difficult to work because there is about 25 miles between us as well as the Marengo Ridge which is somewhat difficult for RF to get over at times. Plus he's  on a vertical and I'm horizontal.

Anyhow, had a great time working #0437 !  Thanks Mike !

BTW, Mike & I have been friends for over 30 years.  He got his Extra when I was still messing around as a Tech. Smart fellow who holds 2 Doctorates and is working on a 3rd... 

Jerry  n9avy


Fw: [070Club] Welcome 2812

Jerry N9AVY
 

Jim:

Has anything been done to check off members from 2786 to today's 2812 ???   If not, I see new members , and old, not getting LONP credits from 2786 through 2812.  

If I'm wrong about this you can tell me to "Shut up !"

Jerry 

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
To: "070club@groups.io" <070club@groups.io>; "kc3ngp@..." <kc3ngp@...>
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2020, 04:22:11 PM CST
Subject: [070Club] Welcome 2812

Please join me in welcoming new member:

2812 Scott KC3NGP

Welcome to the club Scott!

Jim K5SP
Executive Director

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

Jim K5SP
 

25 not a lot over 24 hours.  

And a Bravo Zulu to Steve, W3HF for hand scoring the entries.

73

Jim K5SP

On 12/21/2020 3:12 PM, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io wrote:
That's a lot of Q's!
A real challenge for sure, and I'll be there. A great chance to p/u new members for LONP.
Jim, thanks to our club mgmt. and whoever is doing the logs by hand.
Milt.
N6MG
070-650
LONP #76


-----Original Message-----
From: Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Dec 21, 2020 12:05 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

We did not have one in 2019, the scorer software was (and still is) not working. 

A decision was made to hold off until scorers fixed. However a volunteer stepped up and will hands-free the 2020 Christmas Run.

73
Jim K5SP 
Executive Director 

On Dec 21, 2020 1:48 PM, JORDI TARRIDA <eb3jt73@...> wrote:
And 2019 Christmas Run ??

image.png

73 de Jordi.
EB3JT


Missatge de stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> del dia dl., 21 de des. 2020 a les 18:10:
In some of the past years, we've offered the Christmas Run endorsement/sticker for making 25 QSOs on Christmas Day (UTC). This Endorsement has not been offered for several years. So this year because of COVID-19 and possibly fewer family gatherings, it seemed appropriate to Steve, W3HF to again offer this challenge to Members only.
 
- Make 25 PSK31 QSOs on 25 December 2020 (0000z to 2359z) on any HF band (160m through 6m) to claim the "2020 Christmas Run" version.
 
- Make one QSO per station per band. That means the same station on another band is a second QSO, but a second QSO on the same band is a dupe.
 
- No required exchange, though perhaps Christmas greetings would be appropriate.
 
Since we are having so many issues with our Endorsement Checker software, Steve has offered to manually check your submitted log and issue the award.
 
- To enable manual review, please
     - Extract only PSK31 QSOs from 25 December 2020 
     - Extract only the date/time/callsign/frequency/mode fields
     - Export to a text file (.txt or .prn) or a .csv. (Definitely not an ADIF)
     - Submissions that don't follow these instructions may be rejected 
 
Save your log file to a convenient folder and include your CALL in the file name.

Then - Send your log extract to w3hf@... by 1 January 2021.

DO NOT submit your log to the Endorsement Checker


- To help others, we encourage members to share (on the email reflector) the steps for how to accomplish a log extract like this for various logging programs.

The steps I followed for this in fldigi are below.
 
Wishing you good luck and a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!
73,
 Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director
 
 
File Export process in fldigi:
 
Under LOGBOOK
Click REPORTS
Click CSV (or TXT)
Set START DATE and STOP DATE to 12/25/20
Check SELECT BY DATE
Under SELECT FIELDS TO EXPORT,
   Check: DATE, TIME ON, CALL, BAND, MODE
Save including your call in file name
Email to W3HF@...
 
Result of this process for W9SMR as CSV:
DATE_ON
ON
CALL
BAND
MODE
20201225
53300
WB8TDG
80m
PSK31
20201225
44000
WB8TDG
40m
PSK31
20201225
42000
NI8Z
80m
PSK31
20201225
33500
KM4UDX
80m
PSK31


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Welcome 2812

Jim K5SP
 

Please join me in welcoming new member:

2812 Scott KC3NGP

Welcome to the club Scott!

Jim K5SP
Executive Director

--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

 

That's a lot of Q's!
A real challenge for sure, and I'll be there. A great chance to p/u new members for LONP.
Jim, thanks to our club mgmt. and whoever is doing the logs by hand.
Milt.
N6MG
070-650
LONP #76


-----Original Message-----
From: Jim K5SP <jinnis@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Dec 21, 2020 12:05 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

We did not have one in 2019, the scorer software was (and still is) not working. 

A decision was made to hold off until scorers fixed. However a volunteer stepped up and will hands-free the 2020 Christmas Run.

73
Jim K5SP 
Executive Director 

On Dec 21, 2020 1:48 PM, JORDI TARRIDA <eb3jt73@...> wrote:
And 2019 Christmas Run ??

image.png

73 de Jordi.
EB3JT


Missatge de stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> del dia dl., 21 de des. 2020 a les 18:10:
In some of the past years, we've offered the Christmas Run endorsement/sticker for making 25 QSOs on Christmas Day (UTC). This Endorsement has not been offered for several years. So this year because of COVID-19 and possibly fewer family gatherings, it seemed appropriate to Steve, W3HF to again offer this challenge to Members only.
 
- Make 25 PSK31 QSOs on 25 December 2020 (0000z to 2359z) on any HF band (160m through 6m) to claim the "2020 Christmas Run" version.
 
- Make one QSO per station per band. That means the same station on another band is a second QSO, but a second QSO on the same band is a dupe.
 
- No required exchange, though perhaps Christmas greetings would be appropriate.
 
Since we are having so many issues with our Endorsement Checker software, Steve has offered to manually check your submitted log and issue the award.
 
- To enable manual review, please
     - Extract only PSK31 QSOs from 25 December 2020 
     - Extract only the date/time/callsign/frequency/mode fields
     - Export to a text file (.txt or .prn) or a .csv. (Definitely not an ADIF)
     - Submissions that don't follow these instructions may be rejected 
 
Save your log file to a convenient folder and include your CALL in the file name.

Then - Send your log extract to w3hf@... by 1 January 2021.

DO NOT submit your log to the Endorsement Checker


- To help others, we encourage members to share (on the email reflector) the steps for how to accomplish a log extract like this for various logging programs.

The steps I followed for this in fldigi are below.
 
Wishing you good luck and a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!
73,
 Stan
W9SMR - 070  #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director
 
 
File Export process in fldigi:
 
Under LOGBOOK
Click REPORTS
Click CSV (or TXT)
Set START DATE and STOP DATE to 12/25/20
Check SELECT BY DATE
Under SELECT FIELDS TO EXPORT,
   Check: DATE, TIME ON, CALL, BAND, MODE
Save including your call in file name
Email to W3HF@...
 
Result of this process for W9SMR as CSV:
DATE_ON
ON
CALL
BAND
MODE
20201225
53300
WB8TDG
80m
PSK31
20201225
44000
WB8TDG
40m
PSK31
20201225
42000
NI8Z
80m
PSK31
20201225
33500
KM4UDX
80m
PSK31


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

Jim K5SP
 

We did not have one in 2019, the scorer software was (and still is) not working. 

A decision was made to hold off until scorers fixed. However a volunteer stepped up and will hands-free the 2020 Christmas Run.

73
Jim K5SP 
Executive Director 

On Dec 21, 2020 1:48 PM, JORDI TARRIDA <eb3jt73@...> wrote:
And 2019 Christmas Run ??



73 de Jordi.
EB3JT


Missatge de stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> del dia dl., 21 de des. 2020 a les 18:10:

In some of the past years, we've offered the Christmas Run endorsement/sticker for making 25 QSOs on Christmas Day (UTC). This Endorsement has not been offered for several years. So this year because of COVID-19 and possibly fewer family gatherings, it seemed appropriate to Steve, W3HF to again offer this challenge to Members only.

 

- Make 25 PSK31 QSOs on 25 December 2020 (0000z to 2359z) on any HF band (160m through 6m) to claim the "2020 Christmas Run" version.

 

- Make one QSO per station per band. That means the same station on another band is a second QSO, but a second QSO on the same band is a dupe.

 

- No required exchange, though perhaps Christmas greetings would be appropriate.

 

Since we are having so many issues with our Endorsement Checker software, Steve has offered to manually check your submitted log and issue the award.

 

- To enable manual review, please

     - Extract only PSK31 QSOs from 25 December 2020 

     - Extract only the date/time/callsign/frequency/mode fields

     - Export to a text file (.txt or .prn) or a .csv. (Definitely not an ADIF)

     - Submissions that don't follow these instructions may be rejected 

 

Save your log file to a convenient folder and include your CALL in the file name.

Then - Send your log extract to w3hf@... by 1 January 2021.

DO NOT submit your log to the Endorsement Checker


- To help others, we encourage members to share (on the email reflector) the steps for how to accomplish a log extract like this for various logging programs.

The steps I followed for this in fldigi are below.

 

Wishing you good luck and a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

73,

 Stan

W9SMR - 070  #1611

PODXS 070 - PR Director

 

 

File Export process in fldigi:

 

Under LOGBOOK

Click REPORTS

Click CSV (or TXT)

Set START DATE and STOP DATE to 12/25/20

Check SELECT BY DATE

Under SELECT FIELDS TO EXPORT,

   Check: DATE, TIME ON, CALL, BAND, MODE

Save including your call in file name

Email to W3HF@...

 

Result of this process for W9SMR as CSV:

DATE_ON

ON

CALL

BAND

MODE

20201225

53300

WB8TDG

80m

PSK31

20201225

44000

WB8TDG

40m

PSK31

20201225

42000

NI8Z

80m

PSK31

20201225

33500

KM4UDX

80m

PSK31



--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

JORDI TARRIDA
 

And 2019 Christmas Run ??

image.png

73 de Jordi.
EB3JT


Missatge de stan W9SMR <robinstan@...> del dia dl., 21 de des. 2020 a les 18:10:

In some of the past years, we've offered the Christmas Run endorsement/sticker for making 25 QSOs on Christmas Day (UTC). This Endorsement has not been offered for several years. So this year because of COVID-19 and possibly fewer family gatherings, it seemed appropriate to Steve, W3HF to again offer this challenge to Members only.

 

- Make 25 PSK31 QSOs on 25 December 2020 (0000z to 2359z) on any HF band (160m through 6m) to claim the "2020 Christmas Run" version.

 

- Make one QSO per station per band. That means the same station on another band is a second QSO, but a second QSO on the same band is a dupe.

 

- No required exchange, though perhaps Christmas greetings would be appropriate.

 

Since we are having so many issues with our Endorsement Checker software, Steve has offered to manually check your submitted log and issue the award.

 

- To enable manual review, please

     - Extract only PSK31 QSOs from 25 December 2020 

     - Extract only the date/time/callsign/frequency/mode fields

     - Export to a text file (.txt or .prn) or a .csv. (Definitely not an ADIF)

     - Submissions that don't follow these instructions may be rejected 

 

Save your log file to a convenient folder and include your CALL in the file name.

Then - Send your log extract to w3hf@... by 1 January 2021.

DO NOT submit your log to the Endorsement Checker


- To help others, we encourage members to share (on the email reflector) the steps for how to accomplish a log extract like this for various logging programs.

The steps I followed for this in fldigi are below.

 

Wishing you good luck and a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

73,

 Stan

W9SMR - 070  #1611

PODXS 070 - PR Director

 

 

File Export process in fldigi:

 

Under LOGBOOK

Click REPORTS

Click CSV (or TXT)

Set START DATE and STOP DATE to 12/25/20

Check SELECT BY DATE

Under SELECT FIELDS TO EXPORT,

   Check: DATE, TIME ON, CALL, BAND, MODE

Save including your call in file name

Email to W3HF@...

 

Result of this process for W9SMR as CSV:

DATE_ON

ON

CALL

BAND

MODE

20201225

53300

WB8TDG

80m

PSK31

20201225

44000

WB8TDG

40m

PSK31

20201225

42000

NI8Z

80m

PSK31

20201225

33500

KM4UDX

80m

PSK31


Christmas Run 2020 Announcement

stan W9SMR
 

In some of the past years, we've offered the Christmas Run endorsement/sticker for making 25 QSOs on Christmas Day (UTC). This Endorsement has not been offered for several years. So this year because of COVID-19 and possibly fewer family gatherings, it seemed appropriate to Steve, W3HF to again offer this challenge to Members only.

 

- Make 25 PSK31 QSOs on 25 December 2020 (0000z to 2359z) on any HF band (160m through 6m) to claim the "2020 Christmas Run" version.

 

- Make one QSO per station per band. That means the same station on another band is a second QSO, but a second QSO on the same band is a dupe.

 

- No required exchange, though perhaps Christmas greetings would be appropriate.

 

Since we are having so many issues with our Endorsement Checker software, Steve has offered to manually check your submitted log and issue the award.

 

- To enable manual review, please

     - Extract only PSK31 QSOs from 25 December 2020 

     - Extract only the date/time/callsign/frequency/mode fields

     - Export to a text file (.txt or .prn) or a .csv. (Definitely not an ADIF)

     - Submissions that don't follow these instructions may be rejected 

 

Save your log file to a convenient folder and include your CALL in the file name.

Then - Send your log extract to w3hf@... by 1 January 2021.

DO NOT submit your log to the Endorsement Checker


- To help others, we encourage members to share (on the email reflector) the steps for how to accomplish a log extract like this for various logging programs.

The steps I followed for this in fldigi are below.

 

Wishing you good luck and a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

73,

 Stan

W9SMR - 070  #1611

PODXS 070 - PR Director

 

 

File Export process in fldigi:

 

Under LOGBOOK

Click REPORTS

Click CSV (or TXT)

Set START DATE and STOP DATE to 12/25/20

Check SELECT BY DATE

Under SELECT FIELDS TO EXPORT,

   Check: DATE, TIME ON, CALL, BAND, MODE

Save including your call in file name

Email to W3HF@...

 

Result of this process for W9SMR as CSV:

DATE_ON

ON

CALL

BAND

MODE

20201225

53300

WB8TDG

80m

PSK31

20201225

44000

WB8TDG

40m

PSK31

20201225

42000

NI8Z

80m

PSK31

20201225

33500

KM4UDX

80m

PSK31


Re: SES K9Z that all 070 members should work!

 

I'm looking...but kinda early for 40 out here.
Milt
N6MG


-----Original Message-----
From: Stephen Melachrinos via groups.io <melachri@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io <main@070club.groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Dec 19, 2020 1:16 pm
Subject: [070Club] SES K9Z that all 070 members should work!

Club member Mitch K9ZXO is operating the K9Z special event station on 40m.

You might ask "what is the event?" It's the 22nd anniversary of the birth of the PSK31 mode!

Steve
W3HF
2115z


SES K9Z that all 070 members should work!

Stephen Melachrinos
 

Club member Mitch K9ZXO is operating the K9Z special event station on 40m.

You might ask "what is the event?" It's the 22nd anniversary of the birth of the PSK31 mode!

Steve
W3HF
2115z


Re: W4F Special Event - 120th Anniversary Of The First Wireless Voice Transmission

DAVE KB3RAN 1692/381
 

Cobb Island is about 30 miles from my qth.  I didn't realize this occasion happened.  Might have to get our local ham club to do a special event from the actual location (or nearby) in the future.  

Dave Hardy
KB3RAN


-----Original Message-----
From: Don - KM4UDX <dontay155@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Sat, Dec 19, 2020 10:42 am
Subject: [070Club] W4F Special Event - 120th Anniversary Of The First Wireless Voice Transmission

Hello all!  Yours truly will be operating as W4F celebrating the first voice transmission in 1900 this weekend.

If you want to lock in a PSK qso with W4F, feel free to text me at 571-225-6180 or email @ dontay155@....  Otherwise, I'll be on/off the normal psk watering holes over the weekend.

Summary info below. Full details at qrz.com

This ground breaking transmission was made in December,1900 by Reginald Aubrey Fessenden on Cobb Island, MD, between two masts 50 feet high and over a mile apart.  The first successful transmission of intelligible speech by electromagnetic waves was a critical milestone in the development of radio.  Further developments using a carbon microphone resulted in Fessenden becoming known as the “Father of Amplitude Modulation”.  More on Fessenden can be found at: Reginald Fessenden - Wikipedia
--
Don, km4udx, uBITX, and other obscure acronyms go here...

--
Dave H KB3RAN 1692/381


Re: W4F Special Event - 120th Anniversary Of The First Wireless Voice Transmission

Marcus Lieberman
 

Hi, folks!  

There is a wonderful book about Fessenden by his Wife (I think). It tells how he told telegraphers on ships to listen for a Christmas message at a particular time.  Instead of the usual dots and dashes, the Sparks heard actual music and then Fessendon singing a Carol (He couldn't find anyone else to do it!).  It must have been amazing!

73, all, and Merry Christmas,    Marcus, KM5EH  070 714

On 12/19/2020 8:42 AM, Don - KM4UDX wrote:
Hello all!  Yours truly will be operating as W4F celebrating the first voice transmission in 1900 this weekend.

If you want to lock in a PSK qso with W4F, feel free to text me at 571-225-6180 or email @ dontay155@....  Otherwise, I'll be on/off the normal psk watering holes over the weekend.

Summary info below. Full details at qrz.com

This ground breaking transmission was made in December,1900 by Reginald Aubrey Fessenden on Cobb Island, MD, between two masts 50 feet high and over a mile apart.  The first successful transmission of intelligible speech by electromagnetic waves was a critical milestone in the development of radio.  Further developments using a carbon microphone resulted in Fessenden becoming known as the “Father of Amplitude Modulation”.  More on Fessenden can be found at: Reginald Fessenden - Wikipedia
--
Don, km4udx, uBITX, and other obscure acronyms go here...



W4F Special Event - 120th Anniversary Of The First Wireless Voice Transmission

Don - KM4UDX
 

Hello all!  Yours truly will be operating as W4F celebrating the first voice transmission in 1900 this weekend.

If you want to lock in a PSK qso with W4F, feel free to text me at 571-225-6180 or email @ dontay155@....  Otherwise, I'll be on/off the normal psk watering holes over the weekend.

Summary info below. Full details at qrz.com

This ground breaking transmission was made in December,1900 by Reginald Aubrey Fessenden on Cobb Island, MD, between two masts 50 feet high and over a mile apart.  The first successful transmission of intelligible speech by electromagnetic waves was a critical milestone in the development of radio.  Further developments using a carbon microphone resulted in Fessenden becoming known as the “Father of Amplitude Modulation”.  More on Fessenden can be found at: Reginald Fessenden - Wikipedia
--
Don, km4udx, uBITX, and other obscure acronyms go here...


Paula - Band stacking registers on Icom's

 

Paula, you are absolutely correct on the band stacking registers on the Icom radio's. 
Not only do you store the frequency, but also he details of your settings for that particular register.
What it actually stores are the settings that you were using when you left that register, or particular band. If you go back to a register, and change something, it will display the changed setting the next time you go there. I believe that if you want to create a "default register setting", you'll want to use an SD card for that. I've not done that, with my Icom IC-7800, so I'm open to correction. I use the IC-7800 primarily for cw.
Exploring a new radio is a real hoot.
Milt.
N6MG

-----Original Message-----
From: Paula K7PAX #1739 via groups.io <hamette@...>
To: main@070club.groups.io
Sent: Fri, Dec 18, 2020 12:25 pm
Subject: Re: [070Club] New Radio

Jerry, sorry to hear of your disappointment with the new 7300. I just got one a couple of weeks ago, and my first amp too. Hope you get your replacement quickly. Then you, me, and Geary can all compare notes and share tips.

Geary, I haven’t tried this yet, but I think you can use the band stacking registers to store three different sets of mode configurations for each band. So we can have one for digital, one for phone and one for CW, for instance, on each band. I think it might store power levels too. But don’t quote me on that! I’m just a beginner here with this new rig.

Paula K7PAX

On Dec 18, 2020, at 12:15 PM, Geary McDowell <ke5irk@...> wrote:



Bummer!  That is a great radio.  I got mine about five months ago and am still learning it.  I watched about four hours of videos today from smoked ham radio or something like that trying to figure out how to go between digital and voice without having to reset everything.  But since 99% of what I do is PSK, once I get it to PSK again it’s staying there !  Hi hi I think you will love that radio Jerry when you get one that works. 
Look forward to our 7300s chatting soon!
73, Geary KE5IRK

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 10:19 AM Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Murphy struck !

Read the manual before powering up and looked at a couple videos as well.  So connected power from RS-35M and antenna.   Nada . Checked power to radio and it was all the way from power supply to connector on IC7300.  Called store today and they're sending a call tag so I can ship it bad.

Guess it was DOA from store.  We'll see what happens from here....

Jerry  n9avy
--
When all else fails, Amateur Radio works.


Logs Due – Doubleheader Low Band Sprint

stan W9SMR
 

Logs for the Doubleheader Low Band Sprint are due Monday, December 21, 2020. 

 

If you haven’t uploaded yet, please do so. 

 

Access the Upload site at: Upload - Doubleheader

 

Complete the Name/Call/Email/070#/Power Level and 6-Hour Contest Block form and Upload only your Contest Log.

 

Our Contest Magician, David, K9DWR, will notify you if discrepancies are found and request your assistance in resolving them. Results will be posted when available.

 

73, and good luck!

 

Stan

W9SMR - 070  #1611

PODXS 070 - PR Director


Re: New Radio

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

Yeah, Jerry, I was responding to Geary (and Paula) about how to have different sets of settings for different uses.

Bummer that your 7300 is DOA.  But I think you will like the radio when you get one that works.

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

On Dec 18, 2020, at 1:53 PM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:

RADIO WILL NOT POWER UP ! Tried everything !

On Friday, December 18, 2020, 03:09:54 PM CST, Paul Butzi (W7PFB) <w7pfb@...> wrote:


Set the radio up the way you like it for PSK, and save the settings to an SD card.  Set the radio up for voice, and again save the settings to an SD card.

Now you can load either setup in its entirety from the SD card whenever you like.  Switching back and forth ought to be a snap.

At least that’s the theory.  I haven’t actually tried it.  But it’s on my list of things to try.

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

On Dec 18, 2020, at 12:15 PM, Geary McDowell <ke5irk@...> wrote:


Bummer!  That is a great radio.  I got mine about five months ago and am still learning it.  I watched about four hours of videos today from smoked ham radio or something like that trying to figure out how to go between digital and voice without having to reset everything.  But since 99% of what I do is PSK, once I get it to PSK again it’s staying there !  Hi hi I think you will love that radio Jerry when you get one that works. 
Look forward to our 7300s chatting soon!
73, Geary KE5IRK

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 10:19 AM Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Murphy struck !

Read the manual before powering up and looked at a couple videos as well.  So connected power from RS-35M and antenna.   Nada . Checked power to radio and it was all the way from power supply to connector on IC7300.  Called store today and they're sending a call tag so I can ship it bad.

Guess it was DOA from store.  We'll see what happens from here....

Jerry  n9avy


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When all else fails, Amateur Radio works.



Re: New Radio

Jerry N9AVY
 

RADIO WILL NOT POWER UP ! Tried everything !

On Friday, December 18, 2020, 03:09:54 PM CST, Paul Butzi (W7PFB) <w7pfb@...> wrote:


Set the radio up the way you like it for PSK, and save the settings to an SD card.  Set the radio up for voice, and again save the settings to an SD card.

Now you can load either setup in its entirety from the SD card whenever you like.  Switching back and forth ought to be a snap.

At least that’s the theory.  I haven’t actually tried it.  But it’s on my list of things to try.

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

On Dec 18, 2020, at 12:15 PM, Geary McDowell <ke5irk@...> wrote:


Bummer!  That is a great radio.  I got mine about five months ago and am still learning it.  I watched about four hours of videos today from smoked ham radio or something like that trying to figure out how to go between digital and voice without having to reset everything.  But since 99% of what I do is PSK, once I get it to PSK again it’s staying there !  Hi hi I think you will love that radio Jerry when you get one that works. 
Look forward to our 7300s chatting soon!
73, Geary KE5IRK

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 10:19 AM Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Murphy struck !

Read the manual before powering up and looked at a couple videos as well.  So connected power from RS-35M and antenna.   Nada . Checked power to radio and it was all the way from power supply to connector on IC7300.  Called store today and they're sending a call tag so I can ship it bad.

Guess it was DOA from store.  We'll see what happens from here....

Jerry  n9avy


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When all else fails, Amateur Radio works.


Re: New Radio

 

Jerry...
Thanks for sharing your woe's. We're sure living in some emotionally distressing times!
I'd try it again. Do it all over again. Start from scratch.
It's got to be something. And, yip, it could be the radio. But that has to be the least probable place for it to be. 
It's new? Right out of the box? 
Try again. 
Sometimes you can't see the forest because all of the trees are in the way, ya know?
Milt.
070-650
LONP #76


-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Fri, Dec 18, 2020 11:56 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] New Radio

Jim:


Of course, the fuses were all good. 47 years of troubleshooting electronics and I wouldn't have missed that one.  Power cord good all the way to radio.  

Called R&L this morning and they want it back to see for themselves. Sending a UPS Call Tag for it.  So, we'll see.  Read the manual and set everything up like they said (RTFM).  Not me - bad Icom.

Jerry  n9avy
On Friday, December 18, 2020, 11:32:19 AM CST, Jim K5SP <jinnis@...> wrote:


Is it possibly a picnic?

Fuses all good? 
.
Jim K5SP 

On Dec 18, 2020 10:19 AM, Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Murphy struck !

Read the manual before powering up and looked at a couple videos as well.  So connected power from RS-35M and antenna.   Nada . Checked power to radio and it was all the way from power supply to connector on IC7300.  Called store today and they're sending a call tag so I can ship it bad.

Guess it was DOA from store.  We'll see what happens from here....

Jerry  n9avy


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Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: New Radio

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

Set the radio up the way you like it for PSK, and save the settings to an SD card.  Set the radio up for voice, and again save the settings to an SD card.

Now you can load either setup in its entirety from the SD card whenever you like.  Switching back and forth ought to be a snap.

At least that’s the theory.  I haven’t actually tried it.  But it’s on my list of things to try.

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

On Dec 18, 2020, at 12:15 PM, Geary McDowell <ke5irk@...> wrote:


Bummer!  That is a great radio.  I got mine about five months ago and am still learning it.  I watched about four hours of videos today from smoked ham radio or something like that trying to figure out how to go between digital and voice without having to reset everything.  But since 99% of what I do is PSK, once I get it to PSK again it’s staying there !  Hi hi I think you will love that radio Jerry when you get one that works. 
Look forward to our 7300s chatting soon!
73, Geary KE5IRK

On Fri, Dec 18, 2020 at 10:19 AM Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...> wrote:
Murphy struck !

Read the manual before powering up and looked at a couple videos as well.  So connected power from RS-35M and antenna.   Nada . Checked power to radio and it was all the way from power supply to connector on IC7300.  Called store today and they're sending a call tag so I can ship it bad.

Guess it was DOA from store.  We'll see what happens from here....

Jerry  n9avy


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When all else fails, Amateur Radio works.

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