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Re: software and sound cards.

David Michael Gaytko // WD4KPD <cn2859@...>
 

i tried your link and ended up at a dead end.

the link fails after the compuserve.com/

what is srch/cssearch/cssearch-fra?

david


ALE

Derek Shipman <derek@...>
 

Attached Ale programme for anyone interested. Runs via soundcard.
 
Derek { G4JFI }
 


APRS

Derek Shipman <derek@...>
 

TRY
 
 
Derek { G4JFI }
 


Re: APRS

Harry Wiliford <hawiliford@...>
 

THANK YOU DEREK
73 DE WB9IIV - HARRY

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From: Derek Shipman <derek@...>
To: digitalradio <digitalradio@...>
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2000 1:57 AM
Subject: [digitalradio] APRS

TRY
 
 
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40M PSK transatlantic

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

I still have NOT made any transatlantic QSO's on 40M PSK. Anyone interested
in trying this weekend and have any suggestions on how we do it? (what
freqs)

Andy KB2EOQ
Fredonia, New York.


Re: Multi Mode sound card software

Jack <jbfriend@...>
 

You are right about the cost, I will keep this note as the KAM Plus is a
great machine . . . Jack

----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Sheldon <w0eb@kscable.com>
To: <digitalradio@egroups.com>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [digitalradio] Multi Mode sound card software


Yup Jack, it does, but when you consider the cost of the
KAM+ and HostMasterII, vs the cost of the programs
for the sound card, the sound card programs win hands down.
They are just as easy to interface, and in some cases even
easier. I have a KAM that has been upgraded to the Equivalent
of the KAM+ for sale. I don't have HostMaster software.
The KAM will go for $150 plus shipping.

Jim - W0EB w0eb@kscable.com Wichita, KS
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack" <jbfriend@burgoyne.com>
To: <digitalradio@egroups.com>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 7:59 PM
Subject: Re: [digitalradio] Multi Mode sound card software


A KAM Plus and HostMaster II + run
RTTY
ASCII
CW
FEC
AMTOR
Navtex
Pactor
Gtor
and Packet
Jack ak7o

----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@netsync.net>
To: <digitalradio@egroups.com>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 3:51 AM
Subject: [digitalradio] Multi Mode sound card software


I am aware that Mix has the ability to work several digital modes
(RTTY,
PSK, CW, and more) but what about other software ? Writelog has some
perhaps. Is that it? Seems odd to me that there would only be two.
Zakanaka will eventually have RTTY , PSK and CW. The world is waiting
for
that one program that does them all! (including Hell and MT63)

Andy KB2EOQ

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Re: 40M PSK transatlantic

DL2RR <dl2rr@...>
 

Hello Andy,
I am listening and calling on 7.035 MHz usually at 4:00z on saturday,
sunday or perhaps also on one of the other days. If necessary and possible
also earlier. I tried also between 0:00 and 2:00z but without any response.


I will be to morrow waiting at 4:00z (maybe 3:00z)
vy 73 de Dieter - DL2RR

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Von: Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@netsync.net>
An: digitalradio@egroups.com; psk31@bipt106.bi.ehu.es
Betreff: [digitalradio] 40M PSK transatlantic
Datum: Samstag, 13. Mai 2000 16:10

I still have NOT made any transatlantic QSO's on 40M PSK. Anyone
interested
in trying this weekend and have any suggestions on how we do it? (what
freqs)

Andy KB2EOQ
Fredonia, New York.


Re: 40M PSK transatlantic

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

okay will try at 0300 and 0400 UTC, I guess I should check and see if we are
allowed to us 7035 in the USA. , I guess we could also try PSK split!

Andy KB2EOQ

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From: "DL2RR" <dl2rr@qsl.net>
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Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2000 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: [digitalradio] 40M PSK transatlantic


Hello Andy,
I am listening and calling on 7.035 MHz usually at 4:00z on saturday,
sunday or perhaps also on one of the other days. If necessary and possible
also earlier. I tried also between 0:00 and 2:00z but without any
response.


I will be to morrow waiting at 4:00z (maybe 3:00z)
vy 73 de Dieter - DL2RR

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Von: Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@netsync.net>
An: digitalradio@egroups.com; psk31@bipt106.bi.ehu.es
Betreff: [digitalradio] 40M PSK transatlantic
Datum: Samstag, 13. Mai 2000 16:10

I still have NOT made any transatlantic QSO's on 40M PSK. Anyone
interested
in trying this weekend and have any suggestions on how we do it? (what
freqs)

Andy KB2EOQ
Fredonia, New York.

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RTTY and PSK via soundcard

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

It may be old news to some but I just discovered TRUE TTY at
http://www.dxsoft.com/dlsoft.htm#trtty by UA9OSV.

It is shareware and does a very good job on PSK AND RTTY with soundcard.

Andy KB2EOQ


Soundcard / digital/ software

Derek Shipman <derek@...>
 

The following site has a good selection :-
 
 
Derek {G4JFI}


digital / soundcard / address

Derek Shipman <derek@...>
 

Thanks for letting me know about wrong address Milan { OK1FM }
The correct address, with the upper case NL as shown is :-
 
 
73
 
Derek { G4JFI }
 


Yaesu FT990 & MFJ-1278B

Lanny Rathert <LANANA@...>
 

Trying digital mode on HF for first time & am having problem with
transmitting with subject combination.Having no problem with
receiving.Using connection through Mic plug.Using RCKRtty
software.Software will key transmitter when requested , but cannot get
anyone to hear me.Using 100watts plus beam ,so someone should hear
me.Does anyone with a Yaesu FT990 have information that might help?Tnx
in advance. 73 Lanny Rathert N�JZ


$95 PSK rig!

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

I worked a guy in North Carolina today with a good strong signal on 20M PSK,
said he was using $99 radio that he had just built from a kit. Here are the
details I found. For a photo of the rig go to their web site at
http://smallwonderlabs.com/swl_psk31.html
73 de Andy KB2EOQ


ProductAnnouncement-

Small Wonder Labs is pleased to announce the release of the PSK-20
transceiver kit for the exciting new PSK31 mode.

This design is a derivative of the SSB transceiver appearing in the April
1997 issue of QST. It's been streamlined for ease of construction and
alignment, and many of the higher installation-skill conponents have been
designed out. Intended as an entry-level platform for PSK31 use, it covers
the 14.0695-14.073 segment of 20M where most of the PSK31 activity is found.
The design retains the same relatively high dynamic range of the QST SSB rig
as well as good transmit IMD characteristics.

The rig is crystal-controlled and was designed to work with the popular (and
free!) DigiPan software. Output power is 3W PEP. The crystal control
provides excellent stability and its simplicity keeps the cost low. Although
we have no current plans for other band offerings, we'll be looking at that
possibility shortly.

Kit assembly is straightforward- there are only four toroids to wind. The
number of adjustments is kept to the minimum consistent with good
performance, and no special test equipment is needed to perform the
alignment. There's no harness wiring- all interface connectors mount on the
rear of the circuit board. The board kit includes a 26-page manual with
color figures. Step-by-step assembly instructions are included.


PSK-20 Interfaces:

12-15V power supply, 1A
Antenna jack (BNC)
Soundcard Microphone (3.5mm)
Soundcard Line/ Speaker Out (3.5 mm)
9-pin serial port (for PTT)

The interface cables to your computer are all 'off-the-shelf' items,
available from Radio Shack and other suppliers - there's no soldering of
adapter cables required! Once the transceiver kit is assembled, it's
'plug-and-play'- any operating adjustments are made via your computer.

Computer requirements:

Windows 95/ newer
Pentium or equiv., 75 Mhz minimum
16-bit Sound card.

The accompanying image shows the full-up prototype of this transceiver in
use. The last QSO with this prototype was with an SP6 (Polish) station,
using one of my trademark 'piece o'crap' antenna systems- a dipole up 18'
and a run of RG-174/U coax that's been lying outside all winter!

The board kit price is $95. First production shipments start on Monday, May
15th.

The board assembly slides into a standard Lansing Instruments 'Micropak'
series extrusion enclosure and affixes to the rear panel via the RS-232
connector jackscrew hardware. This enclosure features a handsome
black-anodized finish. Custom-punched and silkscreened end panels will be
available, pricing for the enclosure and end panels will be $30 (plus
shipping if ordered separately). The enclosure option should become
available May 26th.




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PSK transatlatic 40M

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

Dieter DL2RR and I will be around 7035 tonight at 0300Z looking to make
trans-Atlantic 40M PSK QSOs.

73 de Andy KB2EOQ
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40M Trans-Atlantic PSK again

Andrew J. O'Brien <obrienaj@...>
 

I will be listening and CQing around 0300 Z tonight on 7035 PSK.

Andy KB2EOQ


Slowfeld.etc.

Andrew Nicholson <andrew@...>
 

Hi.
Just downloaded Slowfeld v1.1 By G3PPT.
Can anyone give me a good frequency to find this signal.
Thanks to everyone that helped with my sound file and also finding MT63 and
Hell, I can recognise them now!.
How about ALE? I have downloaded it and as a SWL the only connection to
reciever is to sound board not com port. I get an error (Line to wavein
failed). will the program do anything for me?, it is recieving as it should
as bar scope shows signal. My usual problem where do you find ALE? don't say
in a pub. I am in U/K anyone hear it regularly?, have tried 2250 4721 no
luck should I try at a certain time?.
Thanks.
Regards
Andy N.


40M Trans-Atlantic PSK

DL2RR <dl2rr@...>
 

Same as last time. I heared only a weak austrian station. PR between 7.0345
and 7.035 - PACTOR 7.0355 up. Since 3:05z clear frequency around 7.035,
will try on Saturday again.

73's de Dieter - DL2RR


PSK31 / ZAKANAKA

Derek Shipman <derek@...>
 

Hi all,
            For PSK31 I use LOGGER version 7.05. It mentions ZAKANAKA but gives no info etc.
 
    I would be grateful for any info on ZAKANAKA { by K4CY } , what it does and where is software etc.
 
    Thanks,
                    Derek { G4JFI }
 


Re: Slowfeld.etc.

derek shipman <derek@...>
 

Re question on ALE from Andrew Nicholson.

2250 / 4841 active evenings or early mornings. 18003 / 20958 also fairly
active during day, plus many others on list. All USB.

Do`nt sit and hold your breath though. Re SLOWFELD,usually pre-arranged,or
maybe a beacon on at times. It is quite painful..hi..

Enclosed ALE info text file.

73 Derek / G4JFI


Re: PSK31 / ZAKANAKA

derek shipman <derek@...>
 

Many thanks for info Paul. It certainly was a quick reply.

Will download after this,

Good Luck / Best 73 `s ,

Derek

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