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new SW Radiogram program is available

 

Hello to all the digital folks out there.
 
A new program for the Shortwave Radiogram broadcasts has now been posted on the SW Radiogram website.  
 
If you're new to decoding digital, this is a pretty nice way to get your feet wet. You can use your desktop or laptop, or you can use an Android device such as a smartphone or tablet. You can find links to the SW Radiogram website, software for decoding, and wiki articles with extensive details and help at: http://www.udxf.nl/events.html.  
 
If you'd like to see a list of web receivers (which are often reported as being used), receiver, transceiver and SDR applications and more, take a look at the SW Radiogram gateway at https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Shortwave_Radiogram_Gateway
 
Help is also available on Facebook and Twitter. The SW Radiogram website has the links. 
 
Radio Northern Europe International has announced its new schedule for program 30.  
See https://rnei.org/2022/06/02/radio-northern-europe-international-show-30-announcement/ 
 
KBC Radio in the Netherlands also uses digital modes in their broadcasts.  They usually announce the frequency, time and modes they are going to use on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc
 
Here's hoping for good propagation 


Re: looking for mail group for JTDX #digital

Andrew O'Brien
 

There is a “JTDX based on WSJTX “ Facebook group , 2000+ members . 

Andy


On Jun 14, 2022, at 1:29 PM, David Michael Gaytko // WD4KPD <wd4kpd@...> wrote:

trouble finding help for JTDX......need a group to join.

email wd4kpd@...

newest .159 version does not hide callsigns.  my filter is w,k,a,n


looking for mail group for JTDX #digital

David Michael Gaytko // WD4KPD
 

trouble finding help for JTDX......need a group to join.

email wd4kpd@...

newest .159 version does not hide callsigns.  my filter is w,k,a,n


ARDC Survey #network

 

Amateur Radio Digital Communications administers 12 million routable IPv4 addresses (44.0.0.0 - 44.127.255.255) for amateur radio applications.  They can be used for such things as remote station control, repeater internet linking, amateur radio non-commercial websites, etc.

To better understand the current  and desired use of this address space, ARDC is running a survey at https://survey.ardc.net (link will redirect to Qualtrics). Please take a few minutes and complete the survey.  It is available in English, German, French, and Japanese so share widely.  ARDC would like to have responses by the end of June.


new SW Radiogram program is available

 

Hello to all the digital folks out there.
 
A new program for the Shortwave Radiogram broadcasts has now been posted on the SW Radiogram website.  
 
If you're new to decoding digital, this is a pretty nice way to get your feet wet. You can use your desktop or laptop, or you can use an Android device such as a smartphone or tablet. You can find links to the SW Radiogram website, software for decoding, and wiki articles with extensive details and help at: http://www.udxf.nl/events.html.  
 
If you'd like to see a list of web receivers (which are often reported as being used), receiver, transceiver and SDR applications and more, take a look at the SW Radiogram gateway at https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Shortwave_Radiogram_Gateway
 
Help is also available on Facebook and Twitter. The SW Radiogram website has the links. 
 
Radio Northern Europe International has announced its new schedule for program 30.  
See https://rnei.org/2022/06/02/radio-northern-europe-international-show-30-announcement/ 
 
KBC Radio in the Netherlands also uses digital modes in their broadcasts.  They usually announce the frequency, time and modes they are going to use on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc
 
Here's hoping for good propagation 


Re: New MixW link

Andrew OBrien
 

Yes, good point.  As a Winwarbler, Multipsk, WSJT-X user, I have no plans to spend money on it
Andy K3UK

On Thu, May 26, 2022 at 6:02 PM James Clark <James_Clark@...> wrote:
It would be very useful if the website informed potential users of the price of the damn thing rather than expect them to download and install the time limited trial version.






Re: New MixW link

James Clark
 

It would be very useful if the website informed potential users of the price of the damn thing rather than expect them to download and install the time limited trial version.


Re: New MixW link

Andrew O'Brien
 



It is very different than ye olde MixW but the GUI is very nice . 
Andy 


On May 26, 2022, at 9:35 AM, Andrew OBrien <k3ukandy@...> wrote:



I have not checked it yet , looks different from Nick’s old versions .

Andy K3UK


New MixW link

Andrew OBrien
 


I have not checked it yet , looks different from Nick’s old versions .

Andy K3UK


Re: VARA & The PSK-MAP

Graham
 

Latest version  of varAC  is now uploading to the PSK-Map , listing as  VARAC  
beacons, qso's and CQ's ,  spot check at 1300 hrs uk  time 

Use last 2 Hours 
VARAC   642

Map 24 hours , quite significant 'DX'   traffic levels 






73-Graham
g0nbd


New SW Radiogram program is available

 

Hello to all the digital folks out there.
 
A new program for the Shortwave Radiogram broadcasts has now been posted on the SW Radiogram website. Note that this broadcast will be repeated next week.
 
If you're new to decoding digital, this is a pretty nice way to get your feet wet. You can use your desktop or laptop, or you can use an Android device such as a smartphone or tablet. You can find links to the SW Radiogram website, software for decoding, and wiki articles with extensive details and help at: http://www.udxf.nl/events.html.  
 
If you'd like to see a list of web receivers (which are often reported as being used), receiver, transceiver and SDR applications and more, take a look at the SW Radiogram gateway at https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Shortwave_Radiogram_Gateway
 
Help is also available on Facebook and Twitter. The SW Radiogram website has the links. 
 
Radio Northern Europe International has announced its new schedule for program 29.  
See https://rnei.org/2022/04/29/radio-northern-europe-international-show-29-announcement/ 
 
KBC Radio in the Netherlands also uses digital modes in their broadcasts.  They usually announce the frequency, time and modes they are going to use on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc
 
Here's hoping for good propagation 


Re: VARA & The PSK-MAP

James Clark
 

Thanks for that :)


Re: VARA & The PSK-MAP

Graham
 

The PSK-Map as its name suggests was developed, when psk31 was the  only  mode in use , the  map sought, to  provide a  spotting 
facility, to  show the  users,  cq's and  qso's , long before reverse beacons  etc 

since then its expanded to provide a communal data base for  modes used  on the  ham and cb bands , the data base provides  a one year storage of spots
and can be accessed  via html  sql  , a file is exported that  opens in MS EXL 

https://pskreporter.info/pskmap.html#


This is the  TEXT  qso front end  , coded by 4z1ac to  front the  VARA modem , quite simple to  use, now provides CAT control 
for  most rig's , The VARA modem remains compatible with  winlink , vara chat and the  varAC  app , a beacon 
mode has been added to the  modem along with a  CQ function , accessed via the  Chat apps 
provides a  live test ARQ qso , similar to AMTOR in days of old, but at much reduced  s/n , I used to  need  ~ 200  watts 
to  work  usa east coast with  Amtor on 7 mhz , the  same with  Vara  20  watts  using the  same  40 ft vertical. 

https://www.varac-hamradio.com/







73- Graham 


Re: VARA & The PSK-MAP

James Clark
 

Never having heard of the psk map et al but as I do own a copy of Vara and am interested would you mind providing some links to start me off?


VARA & The PSK-MAP

Graham
 

Trials are under way, linking  VARA to the  PSK-Map. via the  varAC  chat application 
listing as VARAC ,

The ADIF inclusion remains  in a rather quaint Mexican standoff 
over singular  modulation definitions and designations , be it that  simple,  
eg olivia has a phase component in the  modulation, hence it  needs a  linear 
transmission path , listed as mfsk , but with   phase angle as well  , could be  listed as psk 
fsk , only  2 tones ?  chirp, is  also  fsk with  sliding tone .. and so on -


14.105 +/-   showing  quite  high usage, noting the  map is only  showing spots from the  test version
with limited  distribution , but still a  insight into  use 

Appears the  next release /8 will  have the  psk-map  web linkage 

New version of the modem  , provides  TUNE function from the  varAC  application
and  control of the  power level as well as  many new features, 

73-Graham
g0nbd 








Re: Olivia / MT63 Mobile QSO

Andrew OBrien
 

Cool!


On Fri, May 20, 2022 at 7:15 PM Tony <73GUDDX@...> wrote:
All:

Here's something you don't see everyday.

I came across Bob, VK2YQA running 20 meter digital from his mobile
station. I recorded a short video of our Olivia / MT63 QSO. There's a
few pictures of his mobile setup as well.

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oBDOGszVNQ

Tony -K2MO







Olivia / MT63 Mobile QSO

Tony
 

All:

Here's something you don't see everyday.

I came across Bob, VK2YQA running 20 meter digital from his mobile station. I recorded a short video of our Olivia / MT63 QSO. There's a few pictures of his mobile setup as well.

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oBDOGszVNQ

Tony -K2MO


Re: UZ7HO Soundmodem AWG host port busy

John G8BPQ
 

Ted,

It means the TCP port specified in the AGWPE Server Port in the devices
config is being used by some other software. You can change it to an unused
port.

It is also possible you already have Soundmodem running. A second copy will
report that error.

73,
John G8BPQ

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Sent: 17 May 2022 16:50
To: main@digitalradio.groups.io
Subject: [digital-mode-radio] UZ7HO Soundmodem AWG host port busy

Hi
When I start Soundmodem I get the warning meesage "AWG host port busy"
Please can somebody help and explain what this means and what needs fixing
Rhanks
Ted g7obf


UZ7HO Soundmodem AWG host port busy

teka920
 

Hi
When I start Soundmodem I get the warning meesage "AWG host port busy"
Please can somebody help and explain what this means and what needs fixing
Rhanks
Ted g7obf


New SW Radiogram program is available

 

Hello to all the digital folks out there.
 
A new program for the Shortwave Radiogram broadcasts has now been posted on the SW Radiogram website.  
 
If you're new to decoding digital, this is a pretty nice way to get your feet wet. You can use your desktop or laptop, or you can use an Android device such as a smartphone or tablet. You can find links to the SW Radiogram website, software for decoding, and wiki articles with extensive details and help at: http://www.udxf.nl/events.html.  
 
If you'd like to see a list of web receivers (which are often reported as being used), receiver, transceiver and SDR applications and more,  take a look at the SW Radiogram gateway at https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Shortwave_Radiogram_Gateway
 
Help is also available on Facebook and Twitter. The SW Radiogram website has the links. 
 
Radio Northern Europe International has announced its new schedule for program 29.  
See https://rnei.org/2022/04/29/radio-northern-europe-international-show-29-announcement/ 
 
KBC Radio in the Netherlands also uses digi tal modes in their broadcasts.  They usually announce the frequency, time and modes they are going to use on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc
 
Here's hoping for good propagation 

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