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Calculating FCC required 60M center frequency for digital modes ?

Andrew O'Brien
 

Can someone with a better brain than me calculate the required center frequencies for the various digital modes on 60M channels in the USA.  PSK31, FT8, JT65A, JT9, Olivia 8/500 and more ?  It would be sueful to create a chart. 

Andy K3UK

For SDR1000 and Softrock/Ensemble users, Pi SDR IQ / IQ Plus interfaces

Christos SV1EIA
 

Hi All,

There are some new Flex SDR1000 and Softrock/Ensemble interfaces named Pi SDR IQ/IQ Plus and now they have a dedicated site

-> https://pi-sdr.com

 

In here you can find information for Pi SDR IQ and IQ Plus.

Great news for Flex SDR1000 users, as now they can have a new solution tailor-made for SDR1000 to re-vitalize their rig and work in modern PC and new Windows versions. That solution comes with a dedicated included LPT control interface. More detailed information is in the https://pi-sdr.com pages.

For those who have homebrew Ensemble/Softrock type of rigs, a cost benfit solution as the Pi SDR IQ is there for them or even the Pi SDR IQ Plus with enhanced performance.

 

Anyone interested can contact me directly for more details.

 

Best regards & 73,

Christos SV1EIA

Re: New release of MULTIPSK (4.33) - EGC

Andrew O'Brien
 

Thanks for the continued new features Patrick 
Andy 



On Nov 26, 2017, at 3:10 PM, Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...> wrote:

 

New release of MULTIPSK (4.33)

 

Pour les francophones: la version en français de ce message se trouve sur mon site (http://f6cte.free.fr). Il suffit de cliquer sur le lien "Principales modifications (courriel avertissant de la sortie de la nouvelle version)".


Hello to all Ham and SWL,

 

The new release of MultiPSK (4.33) is on my Web site (http://f6cte.free.fr).
The mirror site is Earl's, N8KBR: http://www.eqth.info/f6cte/MULTIPSK_setup.exe

The MD5 signature of the downloaded MULTIPSK_setup.exe file to, possibly, check (with WinMD5 for example), that the downloading works without error, is equal to: 15ccdfba148470018848a4c8fea380b3

Multipsk associated to Clock are freeware programs but with functions submitted to a licence (by user key).

 

The main improvement of MULTIPSK 4.33 is the following:

 

New professional mode EGC (RX)

 

The EGC (Enhanced Group Calls) service of Inmarsat C satellites uses the BPSK modulation at 1200 bauds to send broadcast messages either to all ships or to ships located on a given area, from a NCSC (Network Control Station Channel). The geostationary Inmarsat satellites 3F2 and 3F4 use respectiveley as frequencies 1541.450 and 1537.70 MHz for these transmissions

 

For Hams and SWL, a signal can be received:

·                     either, possibly, from a classical UHF (USB) receiver speaker through a simple direct connection to the PC sound card,

·                     or with a SdR receiver (FunCube Dongle, RTL SDR,...) and directly demodulated by Multipsk.

 

Partial decoding: the specifications of this mode are not public. Decoding has been made from pieces of information found on Internet. So not all the packets are decoded and none of the packets decoded are completly decoded.

 

Here it will be found a guide to receive and decode EGC transmissions with Multipsk:

http://f6cte.free.fr/EGC_easy_with_Multipsk.pdf

 

This mode is available for licencied copies, only (otherwise, the decoding is stopped after 5 minutes).

 

See general specifications further on.

 

 

Note about TLE files: if you use the "Satellites" option, don't forget to download

(with the "Downloading" button) the 5 recent TLE files (amateur.txt, argos.txt, orbcomm.txt, stations.txt, weather.txt).

 

Note about translation of Multipsk.exe and Clock .exe:  the 4.32 version of Multipsk has been completly translated to Spanish by Joachin (EA4ZB), from French. The translation file is on my Web site (http://f6cte.free.fr/Translation_files.htm).

 

 

Description  of the EGC mode (UHF, L band)

 

Baud rate: 1200

 

Modulation : BPSK

 

Bandwidth : about 1600 Hz.

 

Bit synchronization : automatic using the signal

 

Data synchronization : a double unique word for a total of 128 bits.

 

Correction code: no, but a checksum permits to validate each message

 

Convolution code: FEC R=1/2, k=7

 

Interleaving : yes

 

Scrambling: yes

 

Lowest S/N: about +4 dB.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 




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New release of MULTIPSK (4.33) - EGC

Patrick Lindecker
 

 

New release of MULTIPSK (4.33)

 

Pour les francophones: la version en français de ce message se trouve sur mon site (http://f6cte.free.fr). Il suffit de cliquer sur le lien "Principales modifications (courriel avertissant de la sortie de la nouvelle version)".


Hello to all Ham and SWL,

 

The new release of MultiPSK (4.33) is on my Web site (http://f6cte.free.fr).
The mirror site is Earl's, N8KBR: http://www.eqth.info/f6cte/MULTIPSK_setup.exe

The MD5 signature of the downloaded MULTIPSK_setup.exe file to, possibly, check (with WinMD5 for example), that the downloading works without error, is equal to: 15ccdfba148470018848a4c8fea380b3

Multipsk associated to Clock are freeware programs but with functions submitted to a licence (by user key).

 

The main improvement of MULTIPSK 4.33 is the following:

 

New professional mode EGC (RX)

 

The EGC (Enhanced Group Calls) service of Inmarsat C satellites uses the BPSK modulation at 1200 bauds to send broadcast messages either to all ships or to ships located on a given area, from a NCSC (Network Control Station Channel). The geostationary Inmarsat satellites 3F2 and 3F4 use respectiveley as frequencies 1541.450 and 1537.70 MHz for these transmissions

 

For Hams and SWL, a signal can be received:

·                     either, possibly, from a classical UHF (USB) receiver speaker through a simple direct connection to the PC sound card,

·                     or with a SdR receiver (FunCube Dongle, RTL SDR,...) and directly demodulated by Multipsk.

 

Partial decoding: the specifications of this mode are not public. Decoding has been made from pieces of information found on Internet. So not all the packets are decoded and none of the packets decoded are completly decoded.

 

Here it will be found a guide to receive and decode EGC transmissions with Multipsk:

http://f6cte.free.fr/EGC_easy_with_Multipsk.pdf

 

This mode is available for licencied copies, only (otherwise, the decoding is stopped after 5 minutes).

 

See general specifications further on.

 

 

Note about TLE files: if you use the "Satellites" option, don't forget to download

(with the "Downloading" button) the 5 recent TLE files (amateur.txt, argos.txt, orbcomm.txt, stations.txt, weather.txt).

 

Note about translation of Multipsk.exe and Clock .exe:  the 4.32 version of Multipsk has been completly translated to Spanish by Joachin (EA4ZB), from French. The translation file is on my Web site (http://f6cte.free.fr/Translation_files.htm).

 

 

Description  of the EGC mode (UHF, L band)

 

Baud rate: 1200

 

Modulation : BPSK

 

Bandwidth : about 1600 Hz.

 

Bit synchronization : automatic using the signal

 

Data synchronization : a double unique word for a total of 128 bits.

 

Correction code: no, but a checksum permits to validate each message

 

Convolution code: FEC R=1/2, k=7

 

Interleaving : yes

 

Scrambling: yes

 

Lowest S/N: about +4 dB.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

 




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VARA Joins forces with BPQ Node and BBS software

Graham
 

VARA Joins forces  with BPQ  

Newly introduced  VARA  OFDM  adaptive  modem,  has  joined  forces  with  G8BPQ  Nodes  and BBS  software  project  
VARA is  now deployed  in the  role's   of  E-MAIL  transfer  and  BBS Forwarding 

NOTE ::: VARA  is not  suited to AX25L  packet controlled access  , the  current build  is  single connect ONLY 

Development round  control / command  structure  and  call  sign configuration , has widened and now all  formats are supported and
links are  streamlined . DCD  also  now  added  to the  system. 

Damage to equipment:::  Modes that  are found to  change  modulation  format ,  ie  from  OFDM to  MFSK at lower  rates ,have the  ability to over drive the  equipment ,   , VARA remains  OFDM  at  all  speed selection's ,   the VARA  ACK frame is  at a low s/n MFSK, the  drive  level
is reduced , the  system is  set up , test tone = 100 watts  carrier, OFDM will indicate  25 watts  and  MFSK ACK frame  50 watts 

This  format remains  fixed  , the  on-air ofdm  carrier  rates  remain at  37 baud , irrespective of data  payload throughput  and rate selected.
interestingly , at  50 bauds the  modem has lower  s/n  and  better  interference  immunity than  conventional  2  tone  rtty  

Excellent  results  are  reported  from  most northern located  stations ,  using  NVIS  on  80 meters as well  as  more  general
HF deployment , ventures to  50 MHz and above  are  also similarly  met  with  transfer rates to the  system  maximum  of
~7 Kbps  in 2 KHz speech channel 

73-Graham
G0NBD


Distribution  of   BPQ   nodes : http://nodemap.g8bpq.net:81/Latest  version  from  : https://rosmodem.wordpress.com/

Re: New Owner for this group

Bob
 

Thanks Andy for all the work you’ve done...
 
73, Bob  WU9Q
 
 

From: Andrew O'Brien
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2017 7:51 AM
To: main@digitalradio.groups.io
Subject: [digitalradio] New Owner for this group
 
Thank you to those that expressed an interest in being the "owner" of this long standing group.   I have handed ownership over to Mathew Pitts N8OHU .   Mathew has considerable experience with digital mode amateur radio and has been an active member here for several years. He also is experienced with email group management.

For the history buffs, I started this group in 2000 when PSK31 via sound card devices was in its infancy.  Peter Martinez the inventor of PSK31 was a member along with people like Skip Teller of Digipan fame, Nino of MT63 and other modes.  Bob Furzer with Zakanaka and Logger 16/32, Glen of Hamscope, Dave of Winwarbler and DX Lab Suite , Pavel and his Olivia inventions, Patrick and Multipsk, Dave with FLdigi, Rick of Winmor and ARDOP fame, Joe the inventor of JT65, Steve and his ALE projects ,  and many more pioneers.  

Thanks to  Lynn and John who assisted with moderation duties. 

At the height of this group's activity we had thousands of messages per month !  New info on exciting new modes or software was common.  To maintain that level of interest requires a lot of work by the owner , I do not have time for that any more.  I will still be active in the group, but I hope Mathew and others will take this group to another level.

73
 
--
Andy K3UK

FSKH105 mode ?

Andrew O'Brien
 

The mode FSKH105 is copying Bob K0TAZ very well, anyone else using this mode ?  Essnetially a faster Hell mode than I have used in past.


Andy

Re: Digital mode activity around 14101 USB ?

Andrew O'Brien
 

Turns out it was FSKH105 mode, but on 14072 not 101 .  I had a second VFO on and did not notice.
Andy

On Fri, Nov 24, 2017 at 12:10 PM, Andrew O'Brien <andrewobrie@...> wrote:

Randomly I just happened to park my radio on 14101 and amidst the 300 baud packet squawks and Winmor I.D.  I am hearing some other data mode .  I don't have software loaded to check yet.  It sounds a bit like PSK multi-carrier modes .  I am not aware of much digital mode activity in this area of 20M.  Maybe it is just PIII , I am familiar with the usual PIII sounds when establishing a connection but maybe it is PIII when high gear is established or even Winmor.


--
Andy K3UK




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Andy

Digital mode activity around 14101 USB ?

Andrew O'Brien
 


Randomly I just happened to park my radio on 14101 and amidst the 300 baud packet squawks and Winmor I.D.  I am hearing some other data mode .  I don't have software loaded to check yet.  It sounds a bit like PSK multi-carrier modes .  I am not aware of much digital mode activity in this area of 20M.  Maybe it is just PIII , I am familiar with the usual PIII sounds when establishing a connection but maybe it is PIII when high gear is established or even Winmor.


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By digitalradio

The new version includes improvements to logging and a new specialised propagation Sounding message (containing Locator , Power and a checksum). One of the new files is a Spot Log.

You can download the new version from the usual place:

http://www.qsl.net/zl1bpu/MFSK/FSQweb.htm

73,

Murray ZL1BPU

Re: New Owner for this group

Siegfried Jackstien
 

Hi Matthew

welcome as our new boss ... grin

73 dg9bfc sigi


Am 23.11.2017 um 14:43 schrieb Matthew Pitts via Groups.Io:

Andy,

Thank you for being forward thinking enough to start a group like this back then. I will do my best to keep the group focused on all digital modes, new and old and keep the disagreements to a minimum as much as possible.

Matthew Pitts
N8OHU

On November 23, 2017 8:51:40 AM EST, Andrew O'Brien <andrewobrie@...> wrote:
Thank you to those that expressed an interest in being the "owner" of this long standing group.   I have handed ownership over to Mathew Pitts N8OHU .   Mathew has considerable experience with digital mode amateur radio and has been an active member here for several years. He also is experienced with email group management. 

For the history buffs, I started this group in 2000 when PSK31 via sound card devices was in its infancy.  Peter Martinez the inventor of PSK31 was a member along with people like Skip Teller of Digipan fame, Nino of MT63 and other modes.  Bob Furzer with Zakanaka and Logger 16/32, Glen of Hamscope, Dave of Winwarbler and DX Lab Suite , Pavel and his Olivia inventions, Patrick and Multipsk, Dave with FLdigi, Rick of Winmor and ARDOP fame, Joe the inventor of JT65, Steve and his ALE projects ,  and many more pioneers.   

Thanks to  Lynn and John who assisted with moderation duties.  

At the height of this group's activity we had thousands of messages per month !  New info on exciting new modes or software was common.  To maintain that level of interest requires a lot of work by the owner , I do not have time for that any more.  I will still be active in the group, but I hope Mathew and others will take this group to another level.

73

--
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Re: New Owner for this group

ALE
 


Job well done Andy!

Matthew is an excellent choice to carry on here.

I have enjoyed all of our interaction over the years Andy and I look forward to much more my friend.

/s/ Steve, N2CKH


At 08:51 AM 11/23/2017, you wrote:
Thank you to those that expressed an interest in being the "owner" of this long standing group.   I have handed ownership over to Mathew Pitts N8OHU .   Mathew has considerable experience with digital mode amateur radio and has been an active member here for several years. He also is experienced with email group management.Â

For the history buffs, I started this group in 2000 when PSK31 via sound card devices was in its infancy.  Peter Martinez the inventor of PSK31 was a member along with people like Skip Teller of Digipan fame, Nino of MT63 and other modes.  Bob Furzer with Zakanaka and Logger 16/32, Glen of Hamscope, Dave of Winwarbler and DX Lab Suite , Pavel and his Olivia inventions, Patrick and Multipsk, Dave with FLdigi, Rick of Winmor and ARDOP fame, Joe the inventor of JT65, Steve and his ALE projects ,  and many more pioneers.  Â

Thanks to  Lynn and John who assisted with moderation duties. Â

At the height of this group's activity we had thousands of messages per month !  New info on exciting new modes or software was common.  To maintain that level of interest requires a lot of work by the owner , I do not have time for that any more.  I will still be active in the group, but I hope Mathew and others will take this group to another level.

73

--
Andy K3UK

Re: New Owner for this group

 

Andy,

Thank you for being forward thinking enough to start a group like this back then. I will do my best to keep the group focused on all digital modes, new and old and keep the disagreements to a minimum as much as possible.

Matthew Pitts
N8OHU


On November 23, 2017 8:51:40 AM EST, Andrew O'Brien <andrewobrie@...> wrote:
Thank you to those that expressed an interest in being the "owner" of this long standing group.   I have handed ownership over to Mathew Pitts N8OHU .   Mathew has considerable experience with digital mode amateur radio and has been an active member here for several years. He also is experienced with email group management. 

For the history buffs, I started this group in 2000 when PSK31 via sound card devices was in its infancy.  Peter Martinez the inventor of PSK31 was a member along with people like Skip Teller of Digipan fame, Nino of MT63 and other modes.  Bob Furzer with Zakanaka and Logger 16/32, Glen of Hamscope, Dave of Winwarbler and DX Lab Suite , Pavel and his Olivia inventions, Patrick and Multipsk, Dave with FLdigi, Rick of Winmor and ARDOP fame, Joe the inventor of JT65, Steve and his ALE projects ,  and many more pioneers.   

Thanks to  Lynn and John who assisted with moderation duties.  

At the height of this group's activity we had thousands of messages per month !  New info on exciting new modes or software was common.  To maintain that level of interest requires a lot of work by the owner , I do not have time for that any more.  I will still be active in the group, but I hope Mathew and others will take this group to another level.

73

--
Andy K3UK

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New Owner for this group

Andrew O'Brien
 

Thank you to those that expressed an interest in being the "owner" of this long standing group.   I have handed ownership over to Mathew Pitts N8OHU .   Mathew has considerable experience with digital mode amateur radio and has been an active member here for several years. He also is experienced with email group management. 

For the history buffs, I started this group in 2000 when PSK31 via sound card devices was in its infancy.  Peter Martinez the inventor of PSK31 was a member along with people like Skip Teller of Digipan fame, Nino of MT63 and other modes.  Bob Furzer with Zakanaka and Logger 16/32, Glen of Hamscope, Dave of Winwarbler and DX Lab Suite , Pavel and his Olivia inventions, Patrick and Multipsk, Dave with FLdigi, Rick of Winmor and ARDOP fame, Joe the inventor of JT65, Steve and his ALE projects ,  and many more pioneers.   

Thanks to  Lynn and John who assisted with moderation duties.  

At the height of this group's activity we had thousands of messages per month !  New info on exciting new modes or software was common.  To maintain that level of interest requires a lot of work by the owner , I do not have time for that any more.  I will still be active in the group, but I hope Mathew and others will take this group to another level.

73

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By digitalradio

ANNOUNCE: NEW G3NRW IC-7300 RESOURCES PAGE

I have pleasure in announcing the new IC-7300 Resources Page, at:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The basic intent of the IC-7300 Resources Page is to act as a
single focal point for all information to do with the Icom
IC-7300.

Newcomers to the rig should find this particularly useful and
convenient.

*A quick tour of the sections in the G3NRW IC-7300 Resources Page
*
DOCUMENTATION <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=30> *This
consists of several listings of Icom and Icom-related
documentation:*

Introductory Documentation

Technical Documentation: Links to the IC-7300 Basic
Manual, Full Manual, Service Manual etc

RS-BA1 Remote Control Software Documentation

IC-7300 Reviews

Other Documentation Sources

*SOFTWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=32> *URLs of Icom
software.*

*FIRMWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=338> *Details of
the current IC-7300 firmware release, plus older versions that
are still available from Icom.

*HOWTOs <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=256> *A selection
of user-written HOWTOs on various topics.

*TECHNOTES <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=356>* A
selection of user-written technical support files, and a table
for general Technical Reference Books.

*USEFUL TOOLS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=377>* This is
a large collection of software utilities that you will find
useful when connecting the IC-7300 to a Windows PC. They
include serial port monitors, serial port emulators, Windows
latency monitor, hex editor, audio cable emulator and much
else besides.

*OTHER SOFTWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=323>* A
listing of application management and control software
packages (DXLab, Ham Radio deLuxe, WCS software from RT
Systems etc), plus a much longer listing of well-known digital
communications apps that you can run with the IC-7300 (fldigi,
WSJT-X, WSPR and about 30 more).

*OTHER HARDWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=1127> *This
section contains links to non-Icom hardware that is either
produced specifically for the IC-7300 or which supports
several rigs including the IC-7300.

*VIDEOS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=1649>* This is the
“big daddy” section of the IC-7300 Resources Page, consisting
of more than 80 (mostly) YouTube videos covering all aspects
of setting up and using the IC-7300. For convenience the
videos are grouped as follows:

Introduction to the IC-7300

IC-7300 Hints and Tips

Spectrum Scope

External Display Software

Digital Setup

Digital Modes: General

Digital Packages: General

Digital Packages: IC-7300-Specific

Some of the videos are only a few minutes in duration, but
very effective in illustrating points of detail that no amount
of reading the printed user manuals can match.

*MISCELLANEOUS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=329> *Three
topics are covered here:

Signal Monitoring: a miscellaneous collection of links to
sites where you can arrange skeds, monitor your own
signals and provide signal reports to others

IC-7300 Yahoo Groups

Contact Icom

*FEEDBACK <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=708> *The place
where you can submit feedback to the IC-7300 Resources Page owner.

*MORE G3NRW SITES <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=625> *A
listing of other sites created by G3NRW.**

This is just the first appearance of the IC-7300 Resources Page. Many more entries will be added to the page in the future.

Happy Thanksgiving!

You now have plenty to read over the holidays. Please let me know what you think.

--
73
Ian, G3NRW
g3nrw@...

ANNOUNCE: NEW G3NRW IC-7300 RESOURCES PAGE

Ian_Wade_G3NRW <g3nrw-radio@...>
 

ANNOUNCE: NEW G3NRW IC-7300 RESOURCES PAGE


I have pleasure in announcing the new IC-7300 Resources Page, at:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
         The basic intent of the IC-7300 Resources Page is to act as a
         single focal point for all information to do with the Icom
         IC-7300.

         Newcomers to the rig should find this particularly useful and
         convenient.


     *A quick tour of the sections in the G3NRW IC-7300 Resources Page
     *
        DOCUMENTATION <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=30> *This
         consists of several listings of Icom and Icom-related
         documentation:*

             Introductory Documentation

             Technical Documentation: Links to the IC-7300 Basic
             Manual, Full Manual, Service Manual etc

             RS-BA1 Remote Control Software Documentation

             IC-7300 Reviews

             Other Documentation Sources


         *SOFTWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=32> *URLs of Icom
         software.*

         *FIRMWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=338> *Details of
         the current IC-7300 firmware release, plus older versions that
         are still available from Icom.

         *HOWTOs <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=256> *A selection
         of user-written HOWTOs on various topics.

         *TECHNOTES <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=356>* A
         selection of user-written technical support files, and a table
         for general Technical Reference Books.

         *USEFUL TOOLS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=377>* This is
         a large collection of software utilities that you will find
         useful when connecting the IC-7300 to a Windows PC. They
         include serial port monitors, serial port emulators, Windows
         latency monitor, hex editor, audio cable emulator and much
         else besides.

         *OTHER SOFTWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=323>* A
         listing of application management and control software
         packages (DXLab, Ham Radio deLuxe, WCS software from RT
         Systems etc), plus a much longer listing of well-known digital
         communications apps that you can run with the IC-7300 (fldigi,
         WSJT-X, WSPR and about 30 more).

         *OTHER HARDWARE <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=1127> *This
         section contains links to non-Icom hardware that is either
         produced specifically for the IC-7300 or which supports
         several rigs including the IC-7300.

         *VIDEOS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=1649>* This is the
         “big daddy” section of the IC-7300 Resources Page, consisting
         of more than 80 (mostly) YouTube videos covering all aspects
         of setting up and using the IC-7300. For convenience the
         videos are grouped as follows:

             Introduction to the IC-7300

             IC-7300 Hints and Tips

             Spectrum Scope

             External Display Software

             Digital Setup

             Digital Modes: General

             Digital Packages: General

              Digital Packages: IC-7300-Specific

         Some of the videos are only a few minutes in duration, but
         very effective in illustrating points of detail that no amount
         of reading the printed user manuals can match.


         *MISCELLANEOUS <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=329> *Three
         topics are covered here:

             Signal Monitoring: a miscellaneous collection of links to
             sites where you can arrange skeds, monitor your own
             signals and provide signal reports to others

             IC-7300 Yahoo Groups

             Contact Icom


         *FEEDBACK <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=708> *The place
         where you can submit feedback to the IC-7300 Resources Page owner.

         *MORE G3NRW SITES <http://g3nrw.net/IC-7300/?page_id=625> *A
         listing of other sites created by G3NRW.**


This is just the first appearance of the IC-7300 Resources Page. Many more entries will be added to the page in the future.

Happy Thanksgiving!

You now have plenty to read over the holidays. Please let me know what you think.
--
73
Ian, G3NRW
g3nrw@...

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Re: Take over this group?

kim campbell <swamprabbit1951@...>
 

Sorry to see  you go Andy. You have done a good job.

Best
Kim W4OSS

Dragon SCS modem ? #Pactor

Andrew O'Brien
 

Anyone have a Dragon SCS modem for sale ?  It is really the only digital mode I have not tried and , despite knowing there is little activity other that Winlink stuff, I am interested in experimenting with it. 

Andy K3UK

Take over this group?

Andrew O'Brien
 

As you can probably tell, I have essentially lost interest in this group mail list.  If anyone wants to take over as "owner", let me know
Andy K3UK

xGxRxIxDxX Exercise Info - 11/15/17

WD8ARZ
 

Shares net very busy at this time, with more activity planned this evening. This might be standard, but some importance seemed to being imparted to not miss it. Much of net controls info was also in emails he said.

They were very active on 7554.50 USB Voice Shares Net, ran by 359 in TN chatting about a QridX Exercise this evening - Many relays of info using MT63 Digital with meeting schedule this evening about 6pm with headquarters out of Atlanta. Called it MSG 812  Lot of check-ins were out of EOC's from various states.

If you do a Google on     QridX Exercise      you will get a lot of Very Interesting Links .... Hmmmm -  73