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Re: MFSK16, PSK125F,...

DL2AYL@...
 

Hi again,

MFSK is not so rare on the bands if you are looking for it,
I have had 77 QSO , most of them on 20 and 15 meters,
worked 40 dx in this mode.
73's de DL2AYL


Re: MFSK16, PSK125F,...

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 1/31/2002 3:04:36 AM Eastern Standard Time, DL2AYL@... writes:



Hi again,

MFSK is not so rare on the bands if you are looking for it,
I have had 77 QSO , most of them on 20 and 15 meters,
worked 40 dx in this mode.
73's de DL2AYL


   What's this?? I never knew you had THIS skeleton in your closet Erika hi! Jay.


Re: phillipines on 10m

Bills4570@...
 

Thanks, Jeff,

I picked him up last evening. I thought 10 was
dead......then.......there he was; the only trace on the
waterfall. What fun!

73, Bill
KG6EXF

Just worked DU3NXE on 10m here in Tennessee. He is calling cq and no
one is answering.

Jeff Baker
KG4ENR


N3DQU in 5-land

N3DQU@...
 

I will be in Oklahoma from Feb 2 thru Feb 15 to attend a US post office
technical school at Norman, OK. As far as the 070 Club updates, endorsement
applications and the website is concerned it will be business as usual as I
will have my trusty computer with me. Please note however, that I won't be
sending anything out in the mail until I get back to my home QTH in
Pennsylvania...Tnx es 73 de Jay N3DQU.


phillipines on 10m

Jeff Baker <jjbaker@...>
 

Just worked DU3NXE on 10m here in Tennessee.  He is calling cq and no one is answering.

Jeff Baker

KG4ENR


Re: MFSK16, PSK125F,...

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 1/30/2002 3:07:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, kc0deb@... writes:


Subj:[070] MFSK16, PSK125F,...
Date:1/30/2002 3:07:36 PM Eastern Standard Time
From:kc0deb@...
Reply-to:070@...
To:070@...
Sent from the Internet




Hi Everyone,

I am reloading several Digimode programs again, after a PC crash, and bumped
into IZ8BLY's "Stream" program.  It looks very nice, does anyone have any
experience working in any of the modes available in this program, besides
PSK31? I find the MFSK en the PSK63 , PSK125 interesting, but haven't heard
anyone to try it with. Are there separate frequencies for these modes, since
they are a bit more broadband than PSK31?  How about it, Jay? (DQU)  You are
always in for an experiment, right?  hihi    73 de John KC0DEB


   Hey, glad to see you made it back safe and sound John! Hope your journey was an enjoyable one. I have in fact used IZ8BLY's Stream program to work MFSK16. The program is really different to use, especially if you are used to Digipan or MixW, but it appears to be a stable program and also has a very good help file. Suggest you use Ernie Mill's very fb tutorial on MFSK16/Stream to help fill in the blanks < www.qsl.net/wm2u >. Seems like the MFSK16 crowd is a very small but enthusiastic bunch and putting out a call on what seems to be a dead band will oftentimes bring them out of hiding hi! Most of them act surprised to hear another MFSK16 signal out there! I think I have maybe 10 or 12 different stations in the log on that mode, even managed to cross the pond on 10m. The mode is definitely different from PSK31 as it has FEC, but don't know if it is much of an advantage. Does sound neater on the air than PSK tho, an interesting mode to play around with...Jay N3DQU.


Re: MFSK16, PSK125F,...

Steve W3HF
 


Hi Everyone,

I am reloading several Digimode programs again, after a PC crash, and
bumped into IZ8BLY's "Stream" program. It looks very nice, does
anyone have any experience working in any of the modes available in
this program, besides PSK31? I find the MFSK en the PSK63 , PSK125
interesting, but haven't heard anyone to try it with. Are there
separate frequencies for these modes, since they are a bit more
broadband than PSK31? How about it, Jay? (DQU) You are always in for
an experiment, right? hihi 73 de John KC0DEB

John -

There seems to be a small group of folks that explore some of
these modes. I found a group on Yahoo that tries to be a
clearinghouse for skeds for these. I think it's called sound-card-
mode-skeds, or something like that.

KF4HOU is the moderator/owner, I think.

Steve
W3HF

P.S. No, I have never tried any of the other ones, either.


Re: MFSK16, PSK125F,...

DL2AYL@...
 

Hi Jan Hendrik, seems you are back welcome home! MFSK is a great mode in
rough conditions, you can find signals on 20, 15 and 10 meters among the
RTTY sigs. I have seens PSK63 among the PSK31 sigs, but seems there is not
much interest for those.
73's Erika/DL2AYL


MFSK16, PSK125F,...

John van Eijndt KC0DEB
 

Hi Everyone,

I am reloading several Digimode programs again, after a PC crash, and bumped into IZ8BLY's "Stream" program. It looks very nice, does anyone have any experience working in any of the modes available in this program, besides PSK31? I find the MFSK en the PSK63 , PSK125 interesting, but haven't heard anyone to try it with. Are there separate frequencies for these modes, since they are a bit more broadband than PSK31? How about it, Jay? (DQU) You are always in for an experiment, right? hihi 73 de John KC0DEB


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BARTG PSK31 Award

N3DQU@...
 

The British Amateur Radio Teledata Group (BARTG) offers the BARTG PSK31
Award for working 40 different countries on PSK31. For more info check out
the website at < http://www.bartg.demon.co.uk/Awards/psk31.htm >...73 de Jay
N3DQU.


PODXS DPX digital prefix award program

N3DQU@...
 

Just a reminder to all you prefix hunters out there that PODXS is now
sponsoring a digital prefix award program called PODXS DPX. This program is
somewhat like the WPX program sponsored by CQ magazine, but recognizes the
achievements of the amateur radio operator in the digital modes. For
information on the PODXS DPX program go to
< http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/podxs_dpx.html > or <
http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs_dpx.htm >...Oh yeah, 070 Club members get
a 50% discount on the application fee too! Now is that a carrot or what?? 73
de Jay N3DQU.


Re: Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

Steve W3HF
 

All the information abt the various 070 Club
programs is
located on the 070 Club website at <
http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > .
Jay -

I occurred to me that the 070 URL does not show up at all on the Yahoo
Groups web site, other than in emails. So I just added it to the
Bookmarks section.

You might consider adding either the URL (or a note to look in
Bookmarks section) as part of the intro writeup on the home page.

Steve
W3HF


Re: Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Hi Jay,
 
I received my membership certificate (#180) in yesterdays mail.  Thanks to you and Jay.  I'll now be working on the "spots". 
 
Is there a web site or some other means of finding out what all the different Awards are and the Rules for them?  Also, the same for any PO-DXS (070) contests? 
 
I have more than enough contacts for the Rag Chewers certificate and will be submitting for it in the very near future. 
 
73,
 
Dick
070 #180
 

----- Original Message -----
From: N3DQU@...
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 12:04 AM
Subject: [070] Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

   Every so often we hear from an 070 Club member who wonders why he
got his certificate in the mail but not his endorsements, or visa versa. For
those newcomers to the 070 Club and those members who have often
wondered but were afraid to ask, here is a brief description of the 070 Club
organization and what happens with your applications.

   The 070 Club is a PSK awards program sponsored by the Penn-Ohio DX
Society, a very small (4 regular members, 4 honorary members) HF-oriented
club located in western Pennsylvania and more commonly known by its initials
PODXS (pronounced PO-DIX), not to be confused with the Ohio/Penn DX
Bulletin, a very fine weekly DX newsletter published by Tedd Mirgliotta,
KB8NW.

   The 070 Club itself is run by two guys, both named Jay. For convenience
sake and to avoid any confusion, they will be referred to by their callsigns
KA3X
and N3DQU.

   KA3X is the manager of the 070 Club and holds certificate #001. He is the
Top
Banana and takes care of the new members, issues 070 Club member numbers,
member certificates, Ragchewers certificates and QSO upgrade spots (e.g. 50,
100, 150, etc). KA3X's email address is < JHudak3rd@... >.

   N3DQU holds certificate #010 and takes care of the 070 Club website and
all of
the information placed therein. He also takes care of the 070 Club reflector,
issues
the endorsements (e.g. Aloha, Lower 48, Hot Dog!, etc.) and often spends his
off
hours thinking up new ones just to keep you guys busy! N3DQU is also the
chief
contest manager and takes care of such things as the PSKFest (with much
appreciated help from N6YIH/7) and the Three-Day Weekend (TDW), which is
coming up this June btw. N3DQU's email address is < n3dqu@... >.

   If they are lucky, KA3X and N3DQU may see each other once a month. There
is
no central database and no meetings to conduct 070 Club business. Almost all
correspondence regarding the 070 Club is passed between the two via the
internet,
and each mails out the respective items that they are responsible for to the
members. For example, if a member puts in for an upgrade to the 300 QSO level

and also applies for an Aloha endorsement, then the 300 spot will be mailed
out
by KA3X and the Aloha endorsement will be mailed out by N3DQU.

   For best results, please send your applications and requests to the person

responsible for that particular item. If you send a QSO upgrade to N3DQU for
example, your request has to be forwarded to KA3X and may result in a delay.
By
the same token, if you send an endorsement request to KA3X, then he must
forward
the information to N3DQU, once again possibly resulting in a delay.

   So you can see that it is quite possible to receive your upgrades,
certificates, and
endorsements all at different times, even though you had applied for them at
the
same time. Also, please note that when there are many endorsements to be sent

out for 070 Club member participation in a PSK event like the PSKFest, TDW or

TARA Rumble, then the turnaround time for certificates and endorsements will
also
be longer until things get caught up.

   The 070 Club is free and open to all amateurs licensed to operate on the
HF bands.
Operation of this awards program is made possible thru the support of the
Penn-Ohio DX Society and 070 Club members. Thank you for your participation
and enthusiasm! 73 de Jay N3DQU.




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Re: Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

hamopcq
 

Hi Jay(s)...
Tnx for the update. You guys are doing a great Job and thanks for
making the PSK Mode interesting and challenging.
Regards,
Lenny K2LAM


Re: Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 1/29/2002 11:24:15 AM Eastern Standard Time, w3hf@... writes:


You might consider adding either the URL (or a note to look in
Bookmarks section) as part of the intro writeup on the home page.

Steve
W3HF


   gud idea om tnx...Jay.


Re: Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

N3DQU@...
 

In a message dated 1/29/2002 9:59:13 AM Eastern Standard Time, wb0dul@... writes:


Subj:Re: [070] Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!
Date:1/29/2002 9:59:13 AM Eastern Standard Time
From:wb0dul@...
Reply-to:070@...
To:070@...
Sent from the Internet



Hi Jay,

I received my membership certificate (#180) in yesterdays mail.  Thanks to you and Jay.  I'll now be working on the "spots". 

Is there a web site or some other means of finding out what all the different Awards are and the Rules for them?  Also, the same for any PO-DXS (070) contests? 

I have more than enough contacts for the Rag Chewers certificate and will be submitting for it in the very near future. 

73,

Dick
wb0dul@...
070 #180



   Hello Dick - All the information abt the various 070 Club programs is located on the 070 Club website at < http://hometown.aol.com/n3dqu/podxs070.htm > . Here you will find links to other PSK contests, software and news about what some of our members have been up to (read about the Pampanito here). About halfway down the page you will see a set of buttons. Here is a rundown on what you will find here:

    070 Club Rules - Basic rules for the PODXS 070 Club.
    Three Day Weekend - Rules and results for the TDW.
    PSKFest - Rules and results for the PSKFest.
    070 Club Standings - An up-to-date listing of 070 Club member activities.
    Endorsements - A listing of current endorsements and attaboys you can earn to dress up your certificate.
    Alpha List - An alpha-numeric listing of the entire 070 Club membership.
    Application Form - Online form courtesy of AG4CZ. Here you can submit an application to join the 070 Club, apply for QSO spots and endorsements.
    Email Request Form - Get the 070 Club member standings via email.
    Ragchewers - Rules and listing of the 070 Club Ragchewers.

   AOL has been having problems lately with their servers, so you may occasionally get a "server busy" message or a blank screen. Hopefully they will get their problems resolved soon...73 de Jay N3DQU.


Re: Computer logging the PSKFest

ve3iay <ve3iay@...>
 

Ernest,

Wow! You must have REALLY wanted to operate the PSKFEST to put up
with all that! (Thanks for the QSOs, by the way.)

I love XMLog, too - I think it is unsurpassed for data management
logging chores. However, it is just about at the bottom of my list
for on-the-air use during a contest. Almost any other logging program
will give you a jump on dupe checking, and some of them will automate
the entire dupe-checking process so you don't need to think about it.

What you want is a program where you type in the call sign, or mouse
click on it, and it tells you instantly whether the contact is a dupe
on that band during that contest. MixW 2's contest mode will do this.
That's what I used, then after the contest was over I exported the
log to an ADIF file and imported it into my general station log in
XMLog.

MixW will also pick up the exchange data automatically. You have to
be careful with this; it will pick up anything that might be part of
the exchange, including lots of two-letter words. If I had let MixW
do this for me without checking, about 20% of my QSOs would have been
falsely recorded as DE, 15% as IN, 5% as OK, but most of the rest
would have been correct. Whenever MixW gets the exchange wrong, you
have to enter it directly into the proper field, but that only
happens on a fraction of QSOs.

As for the preparation of the log submission post-contest, I exported
the log into a regular text file and did a fair bit of manual
massaging with a text editor. I also produced dupe files
(alphabetical lists of call signs by band) and multiplier lists this
way. A spreadsheet program like Excel would have made this post-
contest job a lot easier.

Some software, such as WriteLog, will do the whole thing, from
entering QSOs and dupe checking to preparing the log submission to
exporting the contacts into an ADIF file for QSLing and logging in
the station log.

73,
Rich VE3IAY

--- In 070@y..., "kg9ni" <kg9ni@a...> wrote:
After reading the other responses, this is going to sound crazy to
most of you.

I was juggling cats!...I wish now that I had a screenshot of my
desktop computer during the contest.
...
73,
Ernest, (the long-winded-answer guy)
kg9ni


Mysteries of the 070 Club Revealed!

N3DQU@...
 

Every so often we hear from an 070 Club member who wonders why he
got his certificate in the mail but not his endorsements, or visa versa. For
those newcomers to the 070 Club and those members who have often
wondered but were afraid to ask, here is a brief description of the 070 Club
organization and what happens with your applications.

The 070 Club is a PSK awards program sponsored by the Penn-Ohio DX
Society, a very small (4 regular members, 4 honorary members) HF-oriented
club located in western Pennsylvania and more commonly known by its initials
PODXS (pronounced PO-DIX), not to be confused with the Ohio/Penn DX
Bulletin, a very fine weekly DX newsletter published by Tedd Mirgliotta,
KB8NW.

The 070 Club itself is run by two guys, both named Jay. For convenience
sake and to avoid any confusion, they will be referred to by their callsigns
KA3X
and N3DQU.

KA3X is the manager of the 070 Club and holds certificate #001. He is the
Top
Banana and takes care of the new members, issues 070 Club member numbers,
member certificates, Ragchewers certificates and QSO upgrade spots (e.g. 50,
100, 150, etc). KA3X's email address is < JHudak3rd@aol.com >.

N3DQU holds certificate #010 and takes care of the 070 Club website and
all of
the information placed therein. He also takes care of the 070 Club reflector,
issues
the endorsements (e.g. Aloha, Lower 48, Hot Dog!, etc.) and often spends his
off
hours thinking up new ones just to keep you guys busy! N3DQU is also the
chief
contest manager and takes care of such things as the PSKFest (with much
appreciated help from N6YIH/7) and the Three-Day Weekend (TDW), which is
coming up this June btw. N3DQU's email address is < n3dqu@aol.com >.

If they are lucky, KA3X and N3DQU may see each other once a month. There
is
no central database and no meetings to conduct 070 Club business. Almost all
correspondence regarding the 070 Club is passed between the two via the
internet,
and each mails out the respective items that they are responsible for to the
members. For example, if a member puts in for an upgrade to the 300 QSO level

and also applies for an Aloha endorsement, then the 300 spot will be mailed
out
by KA3X and the Aloha endorsement will be mailed out by N3DQU.

For best results, please send your applications and requests to the person

responsible for that particular item. If you send a QSO upgrade to N3DQU for
example, your request has to be forwarded to KA3X and may result in a delay.
By
the same token, if you send an endorsement request to KA3X, then he must
forward
the information to N3DQU, once again possibly resulting in a delay.

So you can see that it is quite possible to receive your upgrades,
certificates, and
endorsements all at different times, even though you had applied for them at
the
same time. Also, please note that when there are many endorsements to be sent

out for 070 Club member participation in a PSK event like the PSKFest, TDW or

TARA Rumble, then the turnaround time for certificates and endorsements will
also
be longer until things get caught up.

The 070 Club is free and open to all amateurs licensed to operate on the
HF bands.
Operation of this awards program is made possible thru the support of the
Penn-Ohio DX Society and 070 Club members. Thank you for your participation
and enthusiasm! 73 de Jay N3DQU.


UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes #117 $PSKDX117

N3DQU@...
 

SB PSK31 @ WW $PSKDX117
UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes PSKDX117

QST de UT5RP
PSK31 DX Notes #117 $PSKDX117
From UT5RP Radio Shack
Odessa Ukraine, January 28, 2002
To all PSK31 DXers

UT5RP PSK31 DX Notes for past week Jan 21-27, 2002 (BID PSKDX117) #117

Our Thanks this week go to: 425 DX-News Gang, Ohio/Penn DX Bull.,
and OH2AQ's DX Summit

BANDPASS:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Spotter Freq DX Info Time/UTC
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
JE4CIL 21070.0 DU3NXE PSK31 CQ CQ CQ 0345 21 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 YL2KJ PSK31 1460Hz 0705 21 Jan
DS3EXX 21070.0 HL17FWC PSK31 1200khz FIFA 0901 21 Jan
UT5RP 14071.0 UR4QI/M PSK31 1100Hz 1015 21 Jan
UK-SWL 28120.0 PZ5RA PSK31 1114 21 Jan
G4YVV 28120.0 DS4AEN PSK 1135 21 Jan
G4YVV 28121.2 BX4AAC PSK 1146 21 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 OM6DS psk31 1300 21 Jan
YO8RFS 24920.0 KF4HOU Nice PSK --> Op. Craig 1307 21 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 PA1CUP psk31 1309 21 Jan
YO8RFS 24920.0 K2TE psk 1322 21 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 CU3BL PSK31 1820Hz 1329 21 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 YL2KJ PSK31 1260Hz 1330 21 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 LW7DBK PSK31 1800Hz 1331 21 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 C31BO PSK31 1250Hz 1332 21 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 OK2PAD psk31 1341 21 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 DL6UNF psk31 1417 21 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 UT5FB psk31 1425 21 Jan
YO8RFS 24920.1 F8RZ psk 1436 21 Jan
DJ1PE 28120.0 KC8LJN PSK - OP Chris 1726 21 Jan
4Z4DX 14070.0 TA5FA **psk31** 1846 21 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 LU6DKP PSK31 1430Hz 1918 21 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 4Z4DX PSK31 1330Hz 1921 21 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 TA2D PSK31 1610Hz 1950 21 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 C31BO PSK31 1150Hz 2123 21 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 PY4YW PSK31 1430Hz 2124 21 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 CP6EB PSK31 1900Hz 2126 21 Jan
4Z4DX 14070.0 VK4LC bill **psk31** 2129 21 Jan

UT5RP 14070.0 HP8AJT PSK31 1300Hz 0043 22 Jan
6N0LN 21070.0 HL17FWC psk31 0729 22 Jan
IK2UIZ 28120.0 CX5ABM Nice *PSK31* 1216 22 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 DM3WSO psk31 1700hz 1325 22 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 RU0SA PSK31 1120Hz 1412 22 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 YL2KJ PSK31 1860Hz 1414 22 Jan
UT5RP 28121.0 UA0BJB PSK31 1090Hz 1415 22 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 CX3VB PSK31 1030Hz 1416 22 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 SO8/AJ4JC/P PSK31 1820Hz 1421 22 Jan
EA4EKL 14070.0 C31BO >>>> PSK31 (((( 1432 22 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 UR4QI/M PSK31 1970Hz 1702 22 Jan
YO8RFS 10142.0 DJ7OW psk cq 1700 22 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 VK2KM PSK31 1930Hz 1704 22 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 LU1ECY PSK31 1980Hz 1705 22 Jan
4Z4DX 14070.0 TA2AP **psk31** 1749 22 Jan
4Z4DX 14070.0 ES7CE **psk31** 1751 22 Jan
UT5RP 28121.0 LU3AEA PSK31 1140Hz 1810 22 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0LFZ PSK31 1160Hz 1903 22 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 ZD7VC PSK31 1820Hz QSO with ZD7DP 1905 22 Jan
OM7PA 14070.8 ZD7DP *PSK31* 1913 22 Jan
G4UCJ 14070.0 CO8LY psk 2320Hz 2256 22 Jan

N3MVX 28120.1 ZL2AH PSK 0112 23 Jan
UT5RP 14071.0 9H4CM PSK31 1100Hz 0606 23 Jan
KD5GXS 14069.6 ZS1CL psk 0624 23 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 3D2AA PSK31 1820Hz 0629 23 Jan
EA3GEP 28120.0 VQ9NL psk31 0814 23 Jan
F6AOJ 28120.6 DU3NXE psk31 0823 23 Jan
EA3GEP 28120.0 4K6DI psk31 via CBA 0828 23 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 VK5WIM PSK31 1415Hz 1148 23 Jan
IK0XUF 144150.0 IK0XUF CQ PSK31 1156 23 Jan
SP6GVU 21268.0 XQ5SM FERDEK 1201 23 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 HL9EN PSK31 1890Hz 1210 23 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 HL1AQ PSK31 1020Hz 1211 23 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 DS4DLK PSK31 1980Hz 1212 23 Jan
UT5RP 28121.0 RU0SA PSK31 1170Hz 1258 23 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 LX1RQ PSK31 1190Hz 1259 23 Jan
UX3FW 50260.0 UX0FF CQ on RTTY & PSK31 1321 23 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 OM5ATI psk31 1437 23 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 ES3HZ PSK31 1800Hz 1447 23 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 LU9EDX PSK31 1800Hz 1449 23 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 F5PMB psk31 1451 23 Jan
UT5RP 28121.0 EC8AUZ PSK31 1050Hz 1658 23 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 CP6EB PSK31 1430Hz QSO with 4X1AJ 1659 23 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0VXR PSK31 1600Hz 1702 23 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 TA5FA PSK31 1610Hz QSO with LU7DP 1704 23 Jan
F5LGF 21069.5 TA5FA PSK31 1740 23 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 PU5PAV PSK31 1880Hz 1754 23 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 CU3CZ PSK31 1750Hz 1919 23 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 CX3VB PSK31 1210Hz QSO with 4X4UU 1920 23 Jan
UT5RP 21071.0 PY2FR PSK31 1050Hz 1929 23 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 LU6DKP PSK31 1500Hz 1930 23 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 TA5FA PSK31 1040Hz QSO with LW2DLL 1931 23 Jan
HA6PQ 3579.0 HG80ST psk31 1931 23 Jan
RA6CT 14071.0 HF0POL BPSK31/OP.MIRO 2141 23 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 JA1BWA psk31 CQing 2158 23 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 C31BO PSK31 1300Hz 2220 23 Jan

OZ1PMX 14071.3 CO8LY Cq Psk31 0541 24 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 C31BO PSK31 1200Hz 0755 24 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 DU3NXE PSK31 1620Hz 0825 24 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 DS4AEN PSK31 1990Hz 0828 24 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 UA0JQ PSK31 1620Hz 0829 24 Jan
OZ1PMX 21070.2 UA0JAH PSK31 0900 24 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 YL2KJ PSK31 1620Hz 0916 24 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 ER3ZZ PSK31 1940Hz 1027 24 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 UR4QI/M PSK31 1980Hz 1029 24 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 EA5GOM psk31 1224 24 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 DL7UKA psk31 1227 24 Jan
KF3AA 24920.6 F8RZ PSK31 1247 24 Jan
IK2UIZ 24920.3 LA1K *PSK31* Norway Radio Club 1254 24 Jan
OZ1PMX 28120.2 CX5ABM PSK31 1309 24 Jan
OZ1PMX 28121.1 KF4MK PSK31 1313 24 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 DL1SWN psk31 1314 24 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 LU9ED PSK31 1130Hz 1328 24 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 HF0POL PSK31 1160Hz 1330 24 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 IK5GUQ psk31 1336 24 Jan
OZ1PMX 28120.2 CX5ABM PSK31 1358 24 Jan
IK2UIZ 21069.9 YL2KJ *PSK31* Cqing 1420 24 Jan
DL4EAU 28120.0 SP1NY/MM Mirek in Atlantik ocean Bpsk 1704 24 Jan
PA0HVF 14072.0 4Z4DX ***PSK*** 1800 24 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 JA1BWA psk31 CQing 1858 24 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 HA5BSW psk31 1904 24 Jan
HA5BSW 10139.4 JA1BWA PSK USB 1908 24 Jan
F5PBM 21071.0 9Z4CLB Trinidad **psk31** 1909 24 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 DL5ZB psk31 1917 24 Jan
PA0HVF 14071.5 CP6EB ***PSK*** 2323 24 Jan

UT5RP 14070.0 SV1CAX/MM PSK31 2215Hz Carribean Sea 0304 25 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 KP4SQ PSK31 1230Hz 0328 25 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 HP8AJT PSK31 1900Hz 0335 25 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 XE1TTC PSK31 1570Hz 0343 25 Jan
F5PBM 14070.7 FK8GX Michel ***PSK31*** 0705 25 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 EA8IE PSK31 1430Hz 0740 25 Jan
IW2HDC 28120.0 SU1SK psk 0836 25 Jan
UT5RP 14071.0 UR4QI/M PSK31 1000Hz 0840 25 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 YL2KJ PSK31 1850Hz 0842 25 Jan
SP2EWQ 24925.0 ON4CCX ON4CCX Robert w/great PSK sig 0922 25 Jan
DS3EXX 24920.0 HL17FWC PSK31 1,250khz FIFA 1046 25 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 UR5FCM PSK31 1590Hz 1126 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 DF1HK psk31 1259 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 M0BYV psk31 1315 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 OZ6TL psk31 1333 25 Jan
IK2UIZ 28120.0 4Z4DX *PSK31* 1415 25 Jan
IK2UIZ 28121.4 W4GTM *PSK31* YL Nice WebSite. 1417 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 RA6AAW psk31 1419 25 Jan
4Z4DX 28120.0 J28FF **PSK31** 1527 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 UR5ZMK psk31 1601 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 W1GAX psk31 1603 25 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 F8RZ psk31 1608 25 Jan
S53X 21072.0 OY4TN *PSK31* 1704 25 Jan
N9WKW 28122.0 EC8AYS psk31 CQ CQ! 2021 25 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 JA1BWA psk31 CQing 2039 25 Jan
UT5RP 14071.0 HP1KZ PSK31 1000Hz 2049 25 Jan
JA1BWA 10141.0 OM4MG psk31 2100 25 Jan
SP6ASD 14070.0 CN8NM CQ PSK31 +2000Hz 2144 25 Jan
SP6ASD 14070.0 TA2ES CQ PSK31 +1352Hz 2146 25 Jan
G4UCJ 14070.0 LU2AHB psk31 cq 2246 25 Jan
S51RS 14074.0 LU7DP PSK31 2332 25 Jan
K5WW 28121.2 HL9EN PSK31 2334 25 Jan

S51RS 14074.0 HF0POL on PSK .... ANTARTICA 0101 26 Jan
4Z4DX 14070.0 ZL1CYK DEREK **PSK31** 0448 26 Jan
OZ1PMX 14071.0 4Z4DX PSK31 (mark) 0521 26 Jan
OZ1PMX 14071.5 ZL2AUB PSK31 - strong LP 0531 26 Jan
UT5RP 14069.0 4K5D PSK31 1500Hz 0600 26 Jan
IW3HUD 28120.0 DU3NXE PSK 31 CQ in 580,5 Hz 0616 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 SP1NY/MM PSK31 1300Hz 0832 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 4Z4DX PSK31 1100Hz 0833 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 ES7GN PSK31 1560Hz 0835 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 RA2FB PSK31 1400Hz 0836 26 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 UA0AKL PSK31 2150Hz 0948 26 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 ES7CE PSK31 1380Hz 0949 26 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 CU3BL PSK31 1200Hz 0951 26 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 YL2CA PSK31 1340Hz 1010 26 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 LX1RQ PSK31 1780Hz 1014 26 Jan
UT5RP 28121.0 HL4CYG PSK31 1050Hz 1015 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 YV5ATX PSK31 1600Hz 1119 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 EI2IH PSK31 1100Hz 1121 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 LU4ATB PSK31 1260Hz 1122 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 4X6UU PSK31 1450Hz 1123 26 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 LU8AFR PSK31 1940Hz 1306 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 LW2EIY PSK31 1040Hz 1309 26 Jan
UT5RP 28120.0 EW7EW PSK31 1940Hz 1320 26 Jan
S51RS 28124.0 UA0AKL on PSK... 1407 26 Jan
RX3DTN 24920.0 KF4HOU PSK31 +800Hz 1420 26 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 GU4YBW psk31 qrp 1457 26 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 HB9BAS psk31 1459 26 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 I2UAC psk31 1502 26 Jan
KF4HOU 24920.0 SP4NKK psk31 1522 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0LFZ PSK31 1960Hz 1534 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 IS0YWA PSK31 1230Hz 1542 26 Jan
UT5RP 21069.0 TA5FA PSK31 1530Hz 1621 26 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 LX1DH PSK31 1310Hz 1719 26 Jan
RV3DSF 28120.5 EA6/I1RSA BPSK 1730 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 EW7EW PSK31 1840Hz 1930 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 PJ2MI PSK31 1500Hz IOTA SA-006 2058 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 XQ5CL PSK31 1800Hz 2112 26 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 HK4SPX PSK31 1400Hz 2131 26 Jan

K8JK 14070.0 4X6UO ON PSK 0145 27 Jan
DO6JH 144605.0 DO6JH anyone psk 31 0641 27 Jan
UT5RP 21071.0 EU7SH PSK31 1010Hz 0747 27 Jan
UT5RP 21070.0 EC8AYS PSK31 1380Hz 0748 27 Jan
UT5RP 28119.0 TA2AP PSK31 1760Hz 0749 27 Jan
IW2MXY 144144.0 PSK31 cq>>dir sud 1011 27 Jan
OH3NWQ 50150.0 OH0KCE PSK31 CQ (why here?) 1112 27 Jan
ON7GB 14071.6 VU3NAX *PSK31* 1233 27 Jan
LC8UBT 50500.0 LC8UBT CQ BPSK31 1351 27 Jan
OM7PA 28121.7 GU3YBW *PSK31* 1438 27 Jan
IK2UIZ 28120.0 CX5ABM *PSK31* Cqing 1617 27 Jan
SP1DID 28120.0 LU9HRM cq dx PSK 1655 27 Jan
DJ1PE 28120.0 CX5ABM PSK 1715 27 Jan
DM2DMI 28120.8 LU7DP op Dan qsl via lu1dk psk31 1750 27 Jan
EA5CVK 24920.0 EA5GOM PSK 31 1821 27 Jan
UT5RP 14070.0 EI2ID PSK31 1350Hz 1837 27 Jan
EA4EKL 14070.0 EA8AG psk31 73s Isidro qsl via bu1940 27 Jan
WD9EWK 28121.0 PZ5RA PSK31 1425Hz Ramon QSL direct 2023 27 Jan
WD9EWK 28121.0 AL1F PSK31 1645Hz CQing 2056 27 Jan
IK2UIZ 14070.0 4Z4DX *PSK31* CQing 2106 27 Jan
JM7OLW 28121.0 CX3VB psk 2136 27 Jan
WD9EWK 28121.0 JM7OLW PSK31 1810Hz in QSO 2145 27 Jan
PA0HVF 14072.1 CU3BL ***PSK*** 2243 27 Jan
PA0HVF 14071.6 HK4SPX ***PSK*** 2246 27 Jan
EA4EKL 14083.0 TI2OY PSK31 qsl via hamcall 2338 27 Jan
KF4HOU 10140.0 PSK31 psk31 ZB=arnd 555hz myself 0000 28 Jan

Always a lot of 9A, UA, UR, UT, DL, F, HA, OK, I, G, GI, LA, GW, OH,
SP, ON, EA, SM, S5, SV, YO, LA, LU, PY, W, JA, OE, HB and many other
countries on the Bands.

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Notes of interest:

5U - Paolo, I2UIY reports that the DXpedition to Niger [425DXN 542&547]
will take place on 3-18 February.Seven operators will be active
with three stations on 160-6 metres SSB, CW, RTTY and PSK31.
Further information is available at http://www.qsl.net/niger-2002

J7 - Lars, SM0CCM will be active(mostly on CW with some RTTY and PSK31)
as J73CCM from Dominica (NA-101) between 3 February and 4 March.
QSL via SM0CCM preferably thorugh the bureau. [425DXN]

KP2- John/W8LBY and Norm/K8NI will be active as KP2/homecalls from St.
Croix, US Virgin Islands (NA-106) on 1-13 February. They plan to
concentrate on PSK and the WARC bands. [TNX 425DXN]

S9 - SAO TOME. A group of Scandinavian Hams will be active from here
February 4-10th, possibly as S92LA. The "Team Hot Coil", co-ordi-
nators Rune Oye/LA7THA and Stein Roar Brobakken/LA6FJA expect to
be active on 160-6 meters, including the WARC bands, with operati-
ons on CW/SSB/PSK31/RTTY and SSTV. Their main target will be the
low bands, WARCs, DigiMode, CW, SSB and 6 meter. They plan to have
at least two stations active 24 hours per day. Team members (along
with their specialties) include the following:
LA6FJA - Stein Roar Brobakken, age 22, HF Contesting,Lowbands,mostly
CW DX Hunter, Antenna Builder, Technical man
LA7THA - Rune Oye, age 34, CW/SSB/PSK31, HF contester
LA5QKA - Oystein Sorheim, age 51,HF/VHF Contester,mostly SSB,Digimode
LC3EAT - Svein Jarle, age 39 ,IT-cons.+ Technical man, 6m
LC6ZBT - Robert, age 29, 6m, First-Aid
LA5UF - Harald Jorgen Hoel, age 62, HF Contester CW, SSB, PSK31
SM5COP - Rune Wande, age 55, CW, LowBand, HF..UFB DX Hunter
LA6EIA - Ole Forr, age 45, SSB Lowband, Contester, DX Hunter
LA7WCA - Arne, age 50, SSB HF, Contester
SM5IMO - Dan Hultgren, age 30, CW/SSB HF, is one of the Swedish Team
for WRTC 2002
Rigs include:Yaesu FT1000MP (CW/Digi), Kenwood TS-850S(CW/SSB/Digi)
Icom IC-746 SSB), Kenwood TS-2000 DSP (CW), Icom IC-706 (6m+ Beacon)
Their Amplifiers: 3 x 1kw amplifiers. Antennas included: Titanex
V160E, Battle Creek Wire Special (160/80/40), Inverted L (80/75m),
4 Square on 4x 10m glass fibre towers (40m), 2 x Beaverage Antennas
for 160/80 or K9AY Loops (depends space in garden), Pre-Amp's for
80/160, Halfsquare 30m, MU Antenna for 30m, Butternut HF9VX 80-10
incl.WARC, Butternut HF6V-X 80-10, Churscraft AV5 80-10, 3 element
yagi 6m, and a home made 2 x End-feed Zepp(one north and south SP/LP
for all continents on 20-10 meters).The QSL Manager's address (LA2N)
is: Sore Sunnmore Gruppa av NRRL, v/ Otto Norhagen, NO-6143 FISKA-
ABYGD, NORWAY, Europe. Pilot stations are:
Trond, LA9VDA - North/South America & Low-Band;E-mail:la9vda@online.no
Tor, LA3WAA - 6m / Europe & Africa; E-mail: torpet@online.no
Teru, JM2HBO - Japan, Asia & Oceania; E-mail: teru@k-net.or.jp
For more information, check out their Web site at:
http://www.qsl.net/s92la/ [TNX OPDX]

T8 - Mitsu, JH5OXF will be active (on 80-6 metres CW, SSB, RTTY and
PSK-31) as T88XF from Palau (OC-009) on 9-12 February. He hopes to
participate in the CQ WPX RTTY Contest (9-10 February). QSL via
JH5OXF (Mitsuhiro Takehira, 1656 Kominato, Iyo, 799-3113 Japan).
[TNX 425DXN]

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Re: What Is a good program for uploading

Dick Thompson <wb0dul@...>
 

Try Logger.  Just do a search on the web for Logger.  It's a freeware program and will most likely do what you need it to do.  Also another one (I use it) is Win-EQF.  Not free, but has some nagging screens that are not annoying.  But it won't just quit on you after so long. 
 
73,
Dick
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: kf4hou
To: 070@...
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2002 3:30 PM
Subject: [070] What Is a good program for uploading

I need a good logging program or something too be able to upload log to 070 club and be put into Aplha order and not confuse any one too. Like ADI format turn into Text. I use XMlog alot does some wonderful things but will not turn a ADI format into a neat TXT file. Any suggestions. Second part question what is meant by status on Website saying 300-100 and so on?



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