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16/Feb/16, ORCA DIGITAL NET, Report

Check-ins: 10
Stations:
W7GBB     RadioGram
WA6NBG  Bulletin 100% + flmsg
K7IFG       in&out
KW6JIM   S-9 + 10, s/n 20db, big signal 100% + flmsg
KE6SLS
B6HOH
N6IET
KB6NN    in&out
W7ZAP
K7KY       NCS

Another great net tonight. Band conditions were certainly up & down, but overall we did very well. The RELAY feature in FLAMP enables stations needing fills to receive the missing blocks from a station they copy well. We’re making more extensive use of FLAMP and most Ops have it well sorted out.

Thanks to Bob W7GBB we had formal traffic tonight, a Radio Gram addressed to me. We are beginning our foray into formal traffic handling. I’m looking forward to learning more about handling formal digital traffic. Good to know we have members with experience and knowledge in this field.

We’ve begun a discussion of how to accommodate more check-ins w/o major changes to our net format. I would be reluctant to give up three fundamental learning opportunities afforded by our current structure; sending and receiving digital traffic and evaluating band, signals, and modes. Currently, we have enough time for every check-in to send and receive traffic. The comment round provides excellent signal reports and pertinent observations.

Visiting other digital nets has been an eye opening experience for me. I’m usually 100% occupied during most of our net. Visiting other nets puts me on the other end of net interaction and has changed my thinking. I understand the frustration of not being heard by NCS and not being able to copy NCS clearly. I also understand what it’s like to wait thru long quiet times and not know exactly what’s going on. Although some digital modes are very robust, they still fall prey to QSB, QRM, & QRN and it’s important to know when to change modes and which mode to choose.   Many digital nets use Olivia for net operations; reliable and robust, but very slow. Dependable digital communications depends on wise mode selection and we have the latitude to let everyone experiment with mode selection.

Jaye KE6SLS volunteered for alternate NCS. I’m delighted. Jaye knows his way around a radio station and he’s fun to work with. I’m thinking we can divide the net into two (or more) groups when we have too many check-in to complete the session in an hour. Jaye can take half the Ops down freq and run the same format for the traffic and reception/comment rounds and then close the net, same as the main net. We would split after passing bulletins and formal traffic. Your thought on this method for handling larger nets is welcome. ORCA takes a big bite out of the evening and I’d like to keep the net to an hour +/-. We can always work together following the net as we did tonight. Busy people can get on with their evening.

I gave Bob the wrong email address. Email me thru the website: admin@orcadigitalnet.com or use my regular address on this post.

Thanks for taking time to work with us tonight. It was a big learning evening for me. RELAY really speeds up the fill process by enabling better-heard stations to send fills.

I hope to work with you all again next Tuesday.   73 Doug K7KY

———- Net Log ————

Doug,
Thx again for the macro help. I feel like a kid with a new toy!

KW6JIM

UR welcome… Me too… I really enjoy the ID print.. make check-in much faster…   < K7KY

Checked in early:

WA6NBG

KW6JIM

KE6SLS

W7ZAP

< K7KY

 

 

 

K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug and GE from the Bay area.

So BTU Doug K7KY de KB6HOH k

 

KB6HOH Steve… ur logged in.. < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:25Z MFSK-32 @ 1491>>

 

K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug FB and FYI your s/n -12 dB 599 599 here and Tnx sk

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:26Z MFSK-32 @ 1506>>

 

K7KY de W7GBB W7GBB

Bob in Renton, Washington K

 

W7GBB GE Bob… ur on the log… tu   < K7KY W7GBB Bob… I have the wrong email for you.. the net report is bouncing… you can give me another

email address at the website… send to :

webmaster at orcadigitalnet dot com… tu   < K7KY

Yes I will de W7GBB

 

i HAVE A RADIOGRAM TONIGHT DE W7GBB K

 

tnetF0vteW7GBB Bob.. that’s great!   tu   < K7KY

Early checkins:

WA6NBG

KW6JIM

KE6SLS

KB6HOH

W7GBB

W7ZAP

< K7KY

 

2/16/2016 19:30 Pacific Standard Time

Welcome to the ORCA DIGITAL NET   K7KY Doug NCS, Brookings,OR,          http://orcadigitalnet.com

 

ORCA meets every Tuesday @ 1930p on 3.595+1500

Software: FLDIGI, FLMSG, FLAMP – MFSK-32

 

ORCA is a DIRECTED net, dedicated to learning and developing

digital operating skills and practicing digital traffic handling. The

net connects digital Amateur Operators with common interest in

training, information-sharing, and mutual-aid. Visitors welcome.

 

New to ORCA? See the ‘Quick Start Guide’ @ orcadigitalnet.com

 

FLMSG/FLAMP & KEYBOARD stations check-in with your

‘CALLSIGN’ only. First time?: Please include NAME & QTH.

 

Monitoring stations may check in&out with: ‘CALLSIGN IN&OUT’.

Monitoring stations are not called during traffic rotation, but are

called in the comment round.

 

After check-in, stand-by while NCS generates the rotation list.

 

NCS transmits test image

NCS transmits Rotation list

NCS transmits Announcements

 

NCS calls each station in order for traffic or keyboard *

 

Next, a round of copy reports, observations, and comments

(keyboard or BLANKFORM as you like)

 

Closing Announcement

 

* LOCK fldigi @ 1500, enable RxID, TxID.

Enable: CONFIGURE/ID/RsID ‘Retain tx freq lock’

 

Have FLAMP open. FLAMP traffic is followed with

a round of FLAMP REPORTs and one fill. < K7KY

 

 

ORCA DIGITAL NET Check-in:

Send your CALLSIGN only or

print it either side of 1500wf.

If you’re only monitoring: send

your CALLSIGN IN&OUT. < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:33Z MFSK-32 @ 1495>>

 

N6IET Rick in Los Angeles

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:33Z MFSK-32 @ 1506>>

nuRHyetRo¨t

K7KY de K7IFG GE Doug and net in&out QRU pse k

 

OK   we check in Rick N6IET and Ken K7IFG   Ken is in&out tonight… any more checkins?   < K7KY

 

ORCA DIGITAL NET

B/W image for signal evaluation

<IMAGE:G,D:\Radio\ORCA\Announcements\ORCAsmallblack.png>

 

Sending Pic:144×140;

< K7KYLast call check ins   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:36Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

KB6NN

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:36Z MFSK-32 @ 1502>>

In & out KB6NN

 

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn RotationOrder.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.15.01

:hdr_fm:20

K7KY 20161702033710

:hdr_ed:20

K7KY 20150211222816

<blankform>

:mg:148 16/Feb/16, ORCA DIGITAL NET,rotation:

 

W7GBB   RadioGram

WA6NBG Bulletin

K7IFG   in&out

KW6JIM

KE6SLS

KB6HOH

N6IET

KB6NN in&out

W7ZAP

K7KY NCS

 

 

 

 

[WRAP:chksum B5C5][WRAP:end]

… end

 

 

KB6NN GE Howard… nice to see you… in&out tonight….73   < K7KY

 

Announcements, 16/Feb/16

 

 

As ORCA increases in membership, we need to think about net

format. It’s important to give every station the opportunity

to send traffic and receive reception reports. This works well

when nets are small, but begins to drag with more check-ins.

Last week the net ran an hour and a half and another hour and

a half after closing.

 

One possibility would be splitting the group with an alt-NCS on

an adjacent frequency. We can always continue working after

net-close as we did last week. Your thoughts and ideas on this

issue are important.

 

Working with FLAMP and the REPORT & RELAY features

takes more net time. Poor band condx means slower modes

and more time. Try to keep practice messages short. We

get more actual practice with short messages.

 

Try the FLDIGI macro that prints your callsign on the waterfall.

Instructions on the website Macro page.

 

Checking in late? Send your CALLSIGN during a lull or print it

nearby on the waterfall.         Leaving early? Please check-out.

 

http://orcadigitalnet.com   < K7KY

 

W7GBB Bob… I put you at the top tonight because you have formal traffic… Where is it going?   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:41Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

K7KY de W7GBB

iT IS FOR k7ky

 

OK that’s easy… go ahead with your traffic…   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:41Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

de W7GBB k

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:42Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

QST DE W7GBB

 

<PROG 18 E615>{6E97}FLAMP 2.2.02

<FILE 32 CD15>{6E97}20160217015416:W7GBB-1.m2s

<ID 28 D7C7>{6E97}W7GBB Renton WA CN87wm

<SIZE 14 BD54>{6E97}433 7 64

<DATA 72 E3BA>{6E97:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAF4XQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5T3dGz4b33zh1kiPQ4SOB0i

<DATA 72 9909>{6E97:2}IGz78ptBb9WkZxqpBviT3zsk89Ud/VO412NzN0AZ7GRF7/KU9+Rx9nmz6Tsb+30a

<DATA 72 72FE>{6E97:3}mw8RlMTiqJ1AGv8ks9Ldo8wb1mMOYaJ+RkqkrupPTUux0MKc1dttPstkqzi90iwU

<DATA 72 8320>{6E97:4}MgFPQNlzOFYJFchU5Q3jRgd7y0WZ0Ze2n+mue9XwhyH5BzuW/j4Uk+zCju9GAHml

<DATA 72 FDB9>{6E97:5}nWreheIZoTXutvGxnjM/KdSzphr9N6wI1j3pDOlrQarueAnOPJQwjxfjutgQJH/U

<DATA 72 1D1E>{6E97:6}+38Xwkh/BTZ0bD9LK6PafgBcbzOXLTB1aTa7FYhviUHn3RmWYyUj4TqKxD5taSfS

<DATA 57 C083>{6E97:7}Ah9JDRYMyzh3Xbwtl1ZahG4PLIA6JaaCNoOLA==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 BC1B>{6E97:EOF}

<CNTL 10 1C17>{6E97:EOT}

 

DE W7GBB K

 

ORCA   I’ll go around quickly with your callsign only to prompt for REPORTs   if no report send NO FLaMP   here we go..WA6NBG

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:44Z MFSK-32 @ 1497>>

DE WA6NBG

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 8 2B48>{6E97}1

DE WA6NBG K

 

KW6JIM d

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:45Z MFSK-32 @ 1505>>

 

DE KW6JIM

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE KW6JIM K

 

KE6SLS

 

DE ke6sls

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE ke6sls K

 

KB6HOH

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:47Z MFSK-32 @ 1498>>

KB6NN

 

KB6NN go ahead Howard… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:47Z MFSK-32 @ 1494>>

DE KB6NN

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE KB6NN K

 

KB6HOH Steve… do you have an FLAMP REPORT?     < K7KY N6IET

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:48Z MFSK-32 @ 1496>>

 

DE N6IET

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 18 17BA>{6E97}2 3 4 5 6 7

DE N6IET K

 

W7ZAP j

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:49Z MFSK-32 @ 1498>>

 

DE W7ZAP

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE W7ZAP K

 

OK   Don needs a block and Rick need a few blocks… I’m going to ask Mindy W7ZAP to resend the blocks. we can try having other stations do

the fills and possible do better with the stations not copying the original station very well.   Go ahead Mindy… < K7KY l

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:51Z MFSK-32 @ 1502>>

´

DE W7ZAP

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 E615>{6E97}FLAMP 2.2.02

<FILE 32 CD15>{6E97}20160217015416:W7GBB-1.m2s

<ID 28 D7C7>{6E97}W7GBB Renton WA CN87wm

<SIZE 14 BD54>{6E97}433 7 64

<DATA 72 E3BA>{6E97:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAF4XQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5T3dGz4b33zh1kiPQ4SOB0i

<DATA 72 9909>{6E97:2}IGz78ptBb9WkZxqpBviT3zsk89Ud/VO412NzN0AZ7GRF7/KU9+Rx9nmz6Tsb+30a

<DATA 72 72FE>{6E97:3}mw8RlMTiqJ1AGv8ks9Ldo8wb1mMOYaJ+RkqkrupPTUux0MKc1dttPstkqzi90iwU

<DATA 72 8320>{6E97:4}MgFPQNlzOFYJFchU5Q3jRgd7y0WZ0Ze2n+mue9XwhyH5BzuW/j4Uk+zCju9GAHml

<DATA 72 FDB9>{6E97:5}nWreheIZoTXutvGxnjM/KdSzphr9N6wI1j3pDOlrQarueAnOPJQwjxfjutgQJH/U

<DATA 72 1D1E>{6E97:6}+38Xwkh/BTZ0bD9LK6PafgBcbzOXLTB1aTa7FYhviUHn3RmWYyUj4TqKxD5taSfS

<DATA 57 C083>{6E97:7}Ah9JDRYMyzh3Xbwtl1ZahG4PLIA6JaaCNoOLA==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 BC1B>{6E97:EOF}

<CNTL 10 1C17>{6E97:EOT}

 

DE W7ZAP K

 

WA6NBG :

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:53Z MFSK-32 @ 1502>>

 

DE WA6NBG

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE WA6NBG K

 

DE WA6NBG

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE WA6NBG K

 

N6IET

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:53Z MFSK-32 @ 1502>>

 

DE N6IET

File : W7GBB-1.m2s

<MISSING 15 B53B>{6E97}CONFIRMED

DE N6IET K

 

Nice work… BREAK WA6NBG over to you, Don   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:54Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

 

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn WA6NBG-07.213]<flmsg>1.1.32

:hdr_fm:22

WA6NBG 20161702035416

:hdr_ed:22

WA6NBG 20161702032849

<ics213>

:to:31 Eureka Emergency VHF Net & ORCA

:p1:29 30 W into 180′ endfed up 25 ‘

:fm:10 Don WA6NBG

:d1:10 2016-02-15

:t1:5 1651L

:sb:44 Bulletins and Annoucements for February 15th

:s1:23 Donald O. Nelson WA6NBG

:mg:779 Humboldt County Emergency Communications Group will be meeting this Thursday, February 18th, at 1900L in the Eureka downtown fire

station conference room. The outside door is generally locked. Call on 146.460 MHz and someone should come to the door.

 

VE testing on Sunday, February 28th, at 1200L at the Fortuna Fire station.

 

Foggy Bottoms Run Sunday, March 13th. 2 races start at Noon and the last race starts at 1400L. VHF communicators needed.

 

Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is looking for a volunteer to publish the monthly newsletter “RAIN”. If you are interested, contact Jim, KW6JIM.

 

Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net to wa6nbg@yahoo.com or via Packet to WA6NBG @ W6ZZK-1 on 145.050

MHz.

 

This ends the digital message for February 15th.

[WRAP:chksum 1455][WRAP:end]

… end

 

TU Don   K7IFG Ken is in&Out so we pass it over to KW6JIM… < K7KY xµF

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:57Z MFSK-32 @ 1509>>

 

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn 1.213]<flmsg>2.0.12

<ics213>

:to:4 ORCA

:fm:11 KW6JIM Jim

:d1:10 2016-02-16

:t1:5 1950L

:sb:22 Who was the first Ham?

:s1:12 KW6JIM – Jim

:p3:10 Eureka, Ca

:mg:478 In the early days of wireless at the end of the 1800s, no licenses were required for transmitting and anyone could set up some transmitting

apparatus and send messages.

Around this time various amateur experimenters used the new medium of wire-less technology, but it is not totally clear who was actually the first radio

ham, or who had the first ham radio station.

 

Read all about it: http://www.electronics-radio.com/articles/history/amateur-ham-radio/first-radio-hams.php

[WRAP:chksum B8D9][WRAP:end]

… end

 

SKE6SLS   OK Jaye, ur up… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T03:59Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

 

ORCA de KE6SLS fb doug and the group. 100% cp on ALL.

here’s my formal traffic with FLAMP.

<DATA 136 F771>{2F49:1}wa6nbg 599 100% traffic

kw6jim 599 100% traffic

ke6sls

kb6hoh 559 100% flamp

w7gbb 569

w7zap 599

k7ky 599 digital pic 95% cp

n6i

<DATA 136 CECF>{2F49:2}et 529 qsb

k7ifg 599

kb6nn 599

 

Regarding tonights Email. I’ll step up for ACS for next 3 months.

 

rotation roster was not work

<DATA 69 D2B1>{2F49:3}ing tonight! :)

 

tu, de Jaye ke6sls in Eureka! California

 

 

<CNTL 10 87B4>{2F49:EOF}

<CNTL 10 27B8>{2F49:EOT}

 

DE ke6sls K

 

OK another quicl report round..KB6HOHSteve may be having a technical issue… on to Rick N6IET   ot

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:02Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

 

de N6IET

NO FLAMP

 

W7ZAP aÆ sN iB6NN

opps!   looks like a double again…   I’ve been skipping Howard as I thought it was in&out,

but i’ll go back to the original roster… go again Howard.. < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:04Z MFSK-32 @ 1523>>

 

sri I goofed, here comes my report…x te 0 auf

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:05Z MFSK-32 @ 1487>>

DE KB6NN

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 15 89E2>{2F49}CONFIRMED

DE KB6NN K

 

KB6NN TU Howard… no problem… I make a fair amount of mistakes myself….   OK on to Mindy’s REPORT   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:06Z MFSK-32 @ 1482>>

 

DE W7ZAP

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 14 659E>{2F49}PREAMBLE

DE W7ZAP K

 

I missed the beginning and so all of it…   on to W7GBB

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:07Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

K7KY de W7GBB

 

The California stations are hardly on the WF.

 

I will montor.

 

K7KY de W7GBB K

 

W7GBB FB Bob.j..   the band may be changing a bit… WA6NBG t2ea(rebdO+çZccnH¾dg ¤e ecWrnilKW6JIM w«¸9Ú{2F49}CiúFIRME,DE

WA6NBG TU Don   on to KW6JIM

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:09Z MFSK-32 @ 1520>>

 

DE KW6JIM

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 15 89E2>{2F49}CONFIRMED

DE KW6JIM K

 

KW6JIM Jim… Please relay the message for us. I missed it all and Mindy missed the preamble.. tu   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:11Z MFSK-32 @ 1513>>

One sec…

 

KW6JIM…

 

KW6JIM JIm   sorry I didn’t think if you’d done this before… Just hit the RELAY button on the RX page… tu   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:12Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

DE KW6JIM

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 1DD5>{2F49}FLAMP 2.2.02

<FILE 32 556F>{2F49}20160217035835:tuesday.txt

<ID 31 FCEA>{2F49}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 99C5>{2F49}317 3 128

<DATA 136 F771>{2F49:1}wa6nbg 599 100% traffic

kw6jim 599 100% traffic

ke6sls

kb6hoh 559 100% flamp

w7gbb 569

w7zap 599

k7ky 599 digital pic 95% cp

n6i

<DATA 136 CECF>{2F49:2}et 529 qsb

k7ifg 599

kb6nn 599

 

Regarding tonights Email. I’ll step up for ACS for next 3 months.

 

rotation roster was not work

<DATA 69 D2B1>{2F49:3}ing tonight! :)

 

tu, de Jaye ke6sls in Eureka! California

 

 

 

<CNTL 10 87B4>{2F49:EOF}

<CNTL 10 27B8>{2F49:EOT}

 

DE KW6JIM K

 

 

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:13Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

DE W7ZAP

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 15 89E2>{2F49}CONFIRMED

DE W7ZAP K

 

DE K7KY

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 15 89E2>{2F49}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

Were doing well with FLAMP   Let’s see if Steve is with us   KB6HOH   ??   < K7KY N6IET   Over to you, Rick   we’ll look for Steve again as we go along…

< K7KY n

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:15Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

 

DE N6IET

File : Unassigned

<MISSING 14 659E>{2F49}PREAMBLE

DE N6IET K

 

Not sure if this is a Report session or me just chatting.

I have horrendous line noise this evening. Doug and Mindy are 100%.

 

\N6IET   Rick…   No problem…   I forgot you were working on the message fill too…   I should have prompted you for a REPORT… We’ll

take a moment and i’ll resend this file for you now… standy by   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:17Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

 

k7ky de ke6sls he only needs block zero 0 on that file.

de ke6sls k

 

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 1DD5>{2F49}FLAMP 2.2.02

<FILE 32 556F>{2F49}20160217035835:tuesday.txt

<ID 31 FCEA>{2F49}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 99C5>{2F49}317 3 128

<CNTL 10 87B4>{2F49:EOF}

<CNTL 10 27B8>{2F49:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

 

N6IET

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:19Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

 

DE N6IET

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 12 D141>{2F49}1 2 3

DE N6IET K

 

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 1DD5>{2F49}FLAMP 2.2.02

<FILE 32 556F>{2F49}20160217035835:tuesday.txt

<ID 31 FCEA>{2F49}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 99C5>{2F49}317 3 128

<DATA 136 F771>{2F49:1}wa6nbg 599 100% traffic

kw6jim 599 100% traffic

ke6sls

kb6hoh 559 100% flamp

w7gbb 569

w7zap 599

k7ky 599 digital pic 95% cp

n6i

<DATA 136 CECF>{2F49:2}et 529 qsb

k7ifg 599

kb6nn 599

 

Regarding tonights Email. I’ll step up for ACS for next 3 months.

 

rotation roster was not work

<DATA 69 D2B1>{2F49:3}ing tonight! :)

 

tu, de Jaye ke6sls in Eureka! California

 

 

 

<CNTL 10 87B4>{2F49:EOF}

<CNTL 10 27B8>{2F49:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

 

N6IET

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:21Z MFSK-32 @ 1503>>

%0 R

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DE N6IET

File : tuesday.txt

<MISSING 15 89E2>{2F49}CONFIRMED

DE N6IET K

 

FB Rick… This is exactly what we would be doing if we were passing traffic in emergency conditions…   OK let’s get moving again…   Im

wondering if Howard is working with us still… ur here Howard…?   < K7KY “Lm

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:23Z MFSK-32 @ 1472>>

 

de wa6nbg howard checke out earlier .. via two meter   k

TU Don… On to Mindy W7ZAP… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:24Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

 

ALL ORCA < W7ZAP

Instead of my ‘normal’ traffic, I’ll send my comments + report to keep the net a bit shorter…

 

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn W7ZAPcomments.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.15

:hdr_fm:21

W7ZAP 20161702042418

:hdr_ed:21

W7ZAP 20161702035711

<blankform>

:mg:417

W7ZAP copied the following stations:

 

W7GBB

S8 (s/n=8dB)

100% copy FLAMP

 

WA6NBG

S8 (s/n=15dB)

100% copy FLMSG

 

K7IFG

S9 +10

 

KW6JIM

S9 (s/n=20dB!)

100% copy FLMSG

 

KE6SLS

S8 (s/n=12dB)

100% copy FLAMP

 

KB6HOH

S8 (s/n=10dB)

 

N6IET

S8 (s/n=8dB)

100% copy FLMSG

 

KB6NN

S9 (s/n=13dB)

100% copy KBD

 

K7KY

100% copy FLMSG + image

 

Great net tonight. Lot’s of FLAMP TX and RELAY. Band seems good too.

 

73,

Mindy W7ZAP KN

 

[WRAP:chksum 5672][WRAP:end]

… end

 

TU Mindy…. Mindy has actually begun the comment and reception report portion of the net. I’ll follow with my report… actually, I don’t have a

reception repoort tonight… I’ve been too busy to keep track of your signals, except for Jim who was s-9+20 and 20db   Wow!   The signal and

reception reports are important to understanding our equipment and band conditions…   As the net gets busier, I don’t want to drop the report round if

we can help it…. OK up to Bob for comments… W7GBB     < K7KY

 

K7KY de W7GBB

Conditions dipped at around 7:45 until about 8:10 tonight but now the signals are very good here.

 

Yes the FLAMP and RELAY was most helpful.

 

Thank you for relaying the blocks missed as the station in CA was further from me than you of course.

 

 

K7KY de W7GBB K

 

TU Bob… I’m trying to be mindful of where stations are and who has confirmed the file so I can choose the best relay… I like working with FLAMP…

OK on to Eureka and Don WA6NBG     < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:31Z MFSK-32 @ 1493>>

R r.. start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn WA6NBG-130.b2s]<flmsg>1.1.32

:hdr_fm:22

WA6NBG 20161702043107

:hdr_ed:22

WA6NBG 20161702041843

<blankform>

:mg:813 WA6NBG Signal Reports and Commnents.

 

Image 75% P3-P4

 

W7GBB   95% and FLAMP ater relay resend

K7IFG   100%

KW6JIM 100% and FLMSG

KE6SLS 100%

KB6HOH 100% at first….. and then…..

N6IET   70%

KB6NN   100%

W7ZAP   100% and FLMSG

K7KY   100%

 

I have been using FLARQ on Monday afternoons for traffic for the Eureka Emergency Net or if you want to experiment. Frequency is 146.460MHz FM.

Waterfall 1500. I beacon MT63 2000L between 1700L – 1830L. As for length of the net… during an activation, we could be at this for 8 hours at a time.

This is what it’s all about folks. KB6NN went QRT at 0408z. Working 3 bands at once tonight. 146.460MHz voice. 223.500MHz voice. 3.595MHz digital.

Band was good most of the night. S8 noise level… as usual. We’ll do it again next week. 73 to all… de WA6NBG.

 

[WRAP:chksum 4FB0][WRAP:end]

… end

 

TU Don… NIce report… I’m interested in the VHF net and I’ll check it out…. I hear rumors that the original VHF ORCA net may reorganize here in

Curry Co I hope it works out…   OVer to Jim KW6JIM… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:34Z MFSK-32 @ 1509>>

 

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn 2016-02-16___Report.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.12

:hdr_fm:20

K7KY 20161702033710

:hdr_ed:20

K7KY 20150211222816

<blankform>

:mg:652 Good Evening Orcas!

 

FLAMP is cumbersome, but it’s necessary to practice with it. It would be an essential emcomm tool for sure. Thanks for the refresher on RELAYS!

 

My reception report…

 

K7KY                 Image received perfectly

W7GBB   RadioGram   5-7 100% No missed blocks

WA6NBG Bulletin     5-9+ 100%

K7IFG   in&out       5-6 100%

KW6JIM

KE6SLS               5-7 100% – No missing blocks

KB6HOH               ??

N6IET                 5-5 Light signal, but 100%

KB6NN in&out         5-7 100%

W7ZAP                 5-8 100%

K7KY NCS             5-8 100%

 

Baseball is almost here…

 

GO GIANTS!!

 

Best 73 to All…

 

Jim

KW6JIM

 

[WRAP:chksum E098][WRAP:end]

… end

 

Thanks, Jim… Over to Jaye KE6SLS… < K7KY nd

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:36Z MFSK-64 @ 1495>>

 

ORCA de ke6sls

fb all around. I am amazed at how well I am hearing everyone. I started tonight

at 15 watts but qro to 30 after weak report from w7gbb. So yah, this was fun

and interesting. Great cp on the pic though, 95% quieting if that counts. Cant get much cleaner than that. I had checksum errors on both Don and Jim

that last go but the text rendered 100%

..

okay, btu NCS

de ke6sls k

 

TU Jaye… and thanks for the offer to work as NCS   I would like to have a couple alternate NCS   it would give me a break now & thein,but

more important it would allow us to split the net when there’s too many stations to go around like we usually do. We could split the group after

announcments and send some down freq a bit… Or something like that… I see the day when we have too many checkins to keep the net within an

hour     Let’s see if Steve has recovered   KB6HOH ur here?   < K7KY N6IET   OK RIck… over to you… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:40Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

 

K7KY de N6IET

Well, You are certainly the strongest station, Doug at nearly 100% and about 4dB s/n.

Mindy is 2nd, with everybody else between 5% and 60% cpy.

Anyway, I won’t give more signal reports than that, because conditions have been

changing all evening.

Something about those bad solar reports never seem to adversely affect 80 meters.

Back to you

BTU Doug K7KY de N6IET k

 

N6IET   Rick… do you remember Jim KW6JIM’s signal… he was s9+20 s/n 20db here… tonight   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:42Z MFSK-32 @ 1505>>

 

K7KY de N6IET

Yes, at first Jim was -6dB and about 60^ copy here in Los Angeles.BTU Doug K7KY de N6IET k

 

I’m looking forward to summer band conditions… OK we’ve gone all the way around the net twice…   Very good evening working with FLAMP

traffic… it’s not too hard, but all this digital stuff takes some concentration… at least for me…   I’d like to give better reports, but I’m sometimes busy

catching up with the net… Thanks to Bob for the neat RadioGram… I’d like to see formal traffic every session until we’re experts…. Any more comments

or questions before we close the net…? < K7KY

–>> BREAK <– de KB6HOH k

 

KB6HOH Hey Steve… go ahead.. < K7KY

 

K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug FB I do have a msg I would like to send via FLamp.

FYI I have been multitasking on a 220mhz Net an dthis one so if you and the Net hace time I would like to send the TFC and what mode would you like

me to send at?

So BTU Doug K7KY de KB6HOH k

 

KB6HOHSteve…   Sorry, I forgot you sometimes are working more than one net…   We’re a bit over the hour and I’d like to close the net, but

most will problbly stick around for your traffic… Please stand by with the traffic… If you don’t have a mode in mind, I’d like to see how well MFSK-64L will

do tonight..   < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:50Z MFSK-32 @ 1505>>

 

K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug NP I will wait till you close the Net and Tnx. Will do MFSK-64l.

73 sk

 

Any other comments or quesitons before we formally close the net?   < K7KY Following net-close W7GBB is going to send traffic in MFSK-64L

& FLAMP…

 

This concludes the ORCA DIGITAL NET

for:2/16/2016 20:52 Pacific Standard Time

Thank’s for participating in the net tonight.

We appreciate your time and input.

Hope to see you again next week.

  • < Doug K7KY NCS

 

…… NOTE: Here ends my noise editing, remaining log is raw. …

 

  • K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug and Tnx.

 

All Sta’s I will be using MFSK-64L

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:54Z MFSK-32 @ 1490>>

 

QST QST QST ALL STA’s TFC TO FOLLOW USING FLamp QRT SK

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T04:55Z MFSK-64L @ 1578>>

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All ORCA DE KB6HOH

 

<PROG 18 C4C3>{D4A8}FLAMP 2.2.03

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<ID 24 B8DA>{D4A8}KB6HOH Novato, CA.

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<DATA 72 4476>{D4A8:3}B1lC0Uk/QXm0Mg3qxGmwSfcO3ouuog3wVKxCagwWWq4AZ1PHgr0NB2WC2R2eoP/b

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<DATA 72 0E1C>{D4A8:5}CL7zHnGhh9MtL8ymWZGIaTDUR9UGLXwFpK1Q5mBX8EfIH/B9m2N0lIyVJ4a9Qzg+

<DATA 72 C97F>{D4A8:6}OKiSbGiDedBt0lOvsWg/rnbtFDBSvZW4/gXR2lD6W3CndSutDYW75mueOoeSgNBt

<DATA 72 2685>{D4A8:7}fZjKFUevO+QN4J7aeCisypX1QrGD/7uCFyKhSPpObGF4hJmR38ycfG1TzAhiyEII

<DATA 72 7A72>{D4A8:8}j98cdLrP+QVmI2fSuXY9InRlVN/3okrfGTYqmdBt03L4UI2785EYXaJ2DJ40/xmf

<DATA 72 3108>{D4A8:9}uWxF1hNj0GCmDino8NYP4ZW4CQxScVDtrSh1Y5FyyycMp8d3wrOjCvqb4DxWRnUz

<DATA 73 DB8F>{D4A8:10}KeTwHTTdno45Y4UCVloDnQ/uh7HxISoczL9+uvQNz/rbOxgk5eFdEjosGZN62a39

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<DATA 73 447B>{D4A8:13}lWSKLwPoeOu/3+27AZeybwV9/Cm4c91GHCSqjkTgsRRtPRuf7YQjP4FSfo4HPf16

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ALL ORCA DE KB6HOH BK

 

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<DATA 26 F528>{D4A8:19}AqvyAA=

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 0E59>{D4A8:EOF}

<CNTL 10 AE55>{D4A8:EOT}

 

ALL ORCA DE KB6HOH K

 

 

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around the net using the same order looking for REPORTs…   N6IET   n¼nehc ]ehttht fPcciDnNc bïhF it¨slŒç°LdtdeMcD u a~ ¿Rcrå? osWe can’t be

sure just who is still here, so I’ll just go around quickly   W7ZAP uKtzÁL
Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:01Z MFSK-32 @ 1507>>

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File : KB6HOH-98.p2s

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File : KB6HOH-98.p2s

<MISSING 18 D478>{D4A8}15 16 17 18

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bmntât,ouk ÷´ )eS`vinOK7IFG GE Ken… nice to see you…   You will be at the top of the list now… W7GBB ~±tweb|l qSMohmO¤t I a f½qiun«tʹ:Ý

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:03Z MFSK-32 @ 1512>>

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File : KB6HOH-98.p2s

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:04Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

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cead start for me… missed it all.

No need to resend it all.

 

KW6JIM

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:04Z MFSK-32 @ 1506>>

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ORCA de ke6sls fb Doug. had some doubles in there. that was an interesting thing

to hear. I also have recorded a buncvh f ==== bunvch of this in wav file. I’ll share

that laters

DE ke6sls

File : KB6HOH-98.p2s

<MISSING 12 F8BE>{D4A8}18 19

DE ke6sls K

 

twruuzJsecrCt esoI tjFB Jaye…   BREAK   Steve KB6HOH…   Please send the fills or resend the whole file if you like in MFSK32 this time… tu   < K7KY

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:06Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

iea:Ratn

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K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug and All standby for tfc. sk

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:07Z MFSK-32 @ 1501>>

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All ORCA DE KB6HOH

 

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<DATA 73 1533>{D4A8:16}UO1qR8Tw0h+uz8NQWTSU8JEpwn05LjOWz9vcrbbnOSrkK4Ch14hQv+In4JnlyNH8

<DATA 73 A036>{D4A8:17}6lIPC2QZyKCzmnqOzHC3zVYCdIN/5N/SrTCGE7m/gotskLORP0W/pR8fV5iyixdE

<DATA 73 23C7>{D4A8:18}BGcWQ7Eb0EbsUOwgutLDg+lTR4XXZAL986rv6VW9rrMnIWv2vA9f9Nn8nH+8jWcJ

<DATA 26 F528>{D4A8:19}AqvyAA=

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 0E59>{D4A8:EOF}

<CNTL 10 AE55>{D4A8:EOT}

 

ALL ORCA DE KB6HOH K

 

 

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[Ag,tsª zeJ Z¬äa,eªIf you still need a fill, please come now with your report   tu < K7KY   ²²a s2nttrcsz tvua( fu¨iaÄOioi2n”CVt yªä¿ ²r*rlnf lXdfpL tkxt

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:09Z MFSK-32 @ 1491>>

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K7KY de KB6HOH OK and for JIM did you get anything as unasigned in the RX Que. k

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:10Z MFSK-32 @ 1504>>

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It is titled UNASSIGNED, but I re eived no blocks.

 

KW6JIM

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:10Z MFSK-32 @ 1505>>

Rittt:Ratn

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De KB6HOH OK if you would please put a ZERO (0) in the missing Blocks and send a report two times to me and see if it will pickup the preamble BTU k

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:12Z MFSK-32 @ 1500>>

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Sorry I merant to say put a ZERO in the Missing field but make sure the unasigned file in the RX Que is highlighted. BTU K

 

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File : Unassigned

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:14Z MFSK-32 @ 1496>>

R¢ttciÃrtn

[1]

All ORCA DE KB6HOH

 

<PROG 18 C4C3>{D4A8}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 34 FB59>{D4A8}20160217033645:KB6HOH-98.p2s

<ID 24 B8DA>{D4A8}KB6HOH Novato, CA.

<SIZE 16 4422>{D4A8}1169 19 64

<DATA 73 7A54>{D4A8:15}Miz7taThdFZzP0d96FG3jOkOqKHVeCZb3MK4quYEr/5j48VbkAoSxaoeoJg4Fl6C

<DATA 73 1533>{D4A8:16}UO1qR8Tw0h+uz8NQWTSU8JEpwn05LjOWz9vcrbbnOSrkK4Ch14hQv+In4JnlyNH8

<DATA 73 A036>{D4A8:17}6lIPC2QZyKCzmnqOzHC3zVYCdIN/5N/SrTCGE7m/gotskLORP0W/pR8fV5iyixdE

<DATA 73 23C7>{D4A8:18}BGcWQ7Eb0EbsUOwgutLDg+lTR4XXZAL986rv6VW9rrMnIWv2vA9f9Nn8nH+8jWcJ

<CNTL 10 0E59>{D4A8:EOF}

<CNTL 10 AE55>{D4A8:EOT}

 

ALL ORCA DE KB6HOH K

 

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:15Z MFSK-32 @ 1491>>

PeìeRat et

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DE KW6JIM

File : KB6HOH-98.p2s

<MISSING 39 63A2>{D4A8}1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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tHWi_ecKB6HOH Steve… I can likely do better with Jim if you like… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:16Z MFSK-32 @ 1487>>

h¯iy

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K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug I doubled with you say again k’

tVt!enbtK} KB6HOH I’m thinking Jim may copy me a bit better… < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:17Z MFSK-32 @ 1489>>

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[1]

 

 

 

K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug if you can do the relay its all yours k

 

táoitH PKW6JIM Go JIm.. < K7KY KW6JIM Jim… u want in? < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:18Z MFSK-32 @ 1496>>

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I can copy him fine. Please resend.

 

KW6JIM

&twie/eÎ÷ µKB6HOH Go ahead, Steve… Jim is copying you OK… < K7KY :e¥eseoe(Di*feSP –

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:19Z MFSK-32 @ 1514>>

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[1]

All ORCA DE KB6HOH

 

<PROG 18 C4C3>{ô °eøAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 34 FB59>{D4A8}2016021¦k33645:KB6HOH-98.p2s

<ID 24 B8DA>{D4A8}KB6HOH Novato, CA.

<SIZE 16 4422>{D4A8}1169 19 64

<DATA 72 B5F1>{D4A8:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAg4XQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5TanohaS7th7vXeoeeµ y

<DATA 72 C721>{D4A8:2}rBj4DwMP4UXy/6a5x1mY2aIjUX0OfcN3327Zk0WlNXZRg0IHNnkiPjg+q5qLOUPj

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K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug, “uzFu :=xlx c î nt t rest of the Gang. Thats All I have ® and enjoy being able to check in t

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have our local RACES Net at 1930hts, this Net AND try to £2tcutR tnejump in on a 220mhz Net. Talk about Multitasking. Anyway GE to all

So BTU Doug K7KY de KB6HOH k

 

io f ¾KB6HOHKW6JIM   Steve…   Some of the difficulty has been QRM. There’s been a digital signal directly on 1500 off & on for most of your

traffic…

If it would help you any, I can put you near the beginning or end of the roster when you check in to give you more predictability for multitasking…

Thanks for coming and working with us… There are so many skilled digital ops on the net these days it makes the net more interesting and useful…

We’re all learning form each other…   GE Steve Jim and whoelse has stuck around… I really enjoy working with you all… 73   Doug K7KY sk < K7KY

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K7KY de KB6HOH OK Doug FB and YES if you would put me at the BOTTOM of the list that would be great. The 220mhz Net normally runs for about

30minutes so done by 2030hrs so that would work for me. BTW I cant remember but did you try that File Association with the FLamp RX files being open

into FLmsg without having to drag and Drop it onto FLmsg. I think it was you who I talked about it.

So BTU Doug K7KY de KB6HOH k

 

KB6HOH Yes.. Mindy & I both did that… jThanks for the tip….   U still here Jim.? < K7KY KB6HOH Steve… I think we used up all our string tonight….

Thanks for coming and I look forward to working with you in the future here on the ORCA net… 73 Doug K7KY sk < K7KY

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kb6hoh de k7ifg good evening was it a bit warm down there today?   bk

 

 

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K7IFG de KB6HOH OK Ken FB on it being WARM. Same hr QRT 1minute.

Jim I saw you Video Text. GO ahead. k

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:36Z MFSK-32 @ 1503>>

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Rgr, Doug was asking if I was still here. I was trying to answer, but he cut me off. Haha…

 

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Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:37Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

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OK FB JIm. Well I waited after he called you and never saw or heard your Sig so dont know what happened. Ken is also out here K7IFG. Jim did you

have something for Dou?? BTU Jim k

 

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Yes. I think we doubled. I guess 3 seconds was too long. Anyway, Good night all, and 73! No, Doug was asking for me. Night!

 

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kb6hoh de k7ifg Your using the wrong Q signal you mean QRX. QRT is closing down. HI HI. Well I got some work done around the shack while

monitoring the net. Looking forward to next week. Was surprised the othr day I heard 5V7TH on RTTy on 30 m close to the FSQ freq. He was very

weak but was able to copy the callsign. Did not bother to try to work him. So what else you been up to there Steve? bk

 

Before RSID: <<2016-02-17T05:42Z MFSK-32 @ 1505>>

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05/JAN/21 Report

05/JAN/21 Report

ORCA DIGITAL NET 05/Jan/21 Check-in/Rotation: Check-ins: 29 Stations: K6ETA/P* Steve Redding,CA VidID __W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT QNX __W5CLE Charles Vancouver,WA QNX __KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX __KS6M John Oakland,CA QNX __KB6HOH Steve Novato,CA QNX WA7HHE Brad Cedar City,UT __KJ7BHK Brian Vancouver [...]

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International SATERN Digital Net


International SATERN Digital Net transmits digital text, images, and FLAMP files via remote HF station. NCS and Net Manager is Ken Standard AD5XJ.

International SATERN Digital Net

12:00 NOON CT Sat
14.065 MHz USB
OLIVIA 8/500

FEMA Region X HF Interoperability Testing (60m)


FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET, which comprises Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, conducts a monthly interoperability communications exercise on the 60-meter band. This exercise often includes a voice portion and a digital portion.

FEMA Region X uses the call sign of WGY910. The COMMEX occurs on the third Wednesday of the month from 1730 to 1900Z. Primary check-in is usually on 60-meter channel 1.

FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET

3rd Wednesday 1730Z - 1900Z
Channel 1: 5330.5 kHz
Channel 2: 5346.5 kHz
Channel 3: 5357.0 kHz
Channel 4: 5371.5 kHz
Channel 5: 5403.5 kHz
1730Z Open net, delay check-ins
60M - CH1
1735Z NCS sends 1st dig msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1740Z NCS repeats 1st dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL CH2
1745Z NCS calls for check-ins and reports
60M - CH1
1815Z NCS TX 2nd digital msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1825Z NCS reTX 2nd dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL - CH 2
1827Z NCS calls for reports
60M - CH 1
1850Z NCS closes the net
60M - CH 1

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SHORTWAVE RADIOGRAM

Shortwave Radiogram transmits digital text and images on an analog shortwave broadcast transmitter. The program is produced and presented by Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott KD9XB. Shortwave Radiogram continues VOA Radiogram's tradition testing new modes and is an interesting source for Digital Ops wishing to practice more with FLDIGI & FLAMP.
 

Shortwave Radiogram Transmission Schedule (AM)

Fri 2030-2100 UTC
7780 kHz
9455 kHz
WRMI Florida
Sat 1600-1630 UTC
9400 kHz
Space Line, Bulgaria
Sun 2330-2400 UTC
7780 kHz
WRMI Florida
Mon 0800-0830 UTC
7730 kHz
5850 kHz
WRMI Florida

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