27/DEC/16 Report

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ORCA DIGITAL NET 27/dec/16 Check-in/Rotation:

Check-ins: 10
Stations:
W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT
WA7HHE Brad Cedar City,UT
AF7OK Christine Tiller,OR
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR
K6QOG Bill Cedar City,UT
K6ETA Steve Petaluma,CA
AL7BX George Cedar City,UT in&out
N7EU Bill Sams Valley,OR in&out
W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR
K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

The band was much improved tonight. At least, MFSK-32 was sufficient for net business and traffic. Mindy W7ZAP tried MFSK-64 for the weekly FLAMP exercise, but the first two REPORTs were not encouraging and she started over with MFSK-32. Christine AF7OK and Steve K6ETA did copy the file in MFSK-64, so the faster mode was working in some locations. Feel free to experiment with modes for your traffic; return to MFSK-32 (or?) for REPORTs and net business.

Welcome to George AL7BX in Cedar City,UT and Bill N7EU in Sam’s Valley,OR and welcome back to Bob N7RBP in Medford,OR. We’re always happy to have new Ops join the net and especially Ops from nearby Oregon Counties. In times of emergency, we would like to be connected to the contiguous Oregon Counties. Although ORCA’s focus is training and practice, we would also function as an emergency digital net in times of need. Now that we’re covering western US, the net is more robust and useful. A long band does not shut us down. Our distant stations make excellent relays in long-band condx.

Following the net, I received email from Doug WB6VAC in Republic,WA who was monitoring the net. He’s configuring a Raspberry Pi digital station, similar to Ralph WB6SDR. I would like to do this myself, but haven’t found the free time. I’ve not made good progress learning Linux yet. I’m really frustrated with my Linux progress. I’m still unable to reliably update the fldigi suite. Now, my family gave me an iPad Mini so I can begin learning Mac too.

Although the band was better, we didn’t hear any signals from Humboldt County, our near neighbors. There have been times when we exchanged images @ 5w on HF w/o errors. I hope the descending sunspot cycle isn’t going to make things even tougher for us.

Here’s our signal evaluation image copied by Gene W1EEP in Cedar City,UT.

orcasmallblack w1eep_2016-12-28
TX: K7KY/OR RX: W1EEP/UT

Thanks for taking time to work with us tonight. The net went very well. You’re doing a great job and we’re getting lots of digital practice. Enjoy the holidays and be safe. 73 Doug K7KY

———— Net Log ————

ORCA DIGITAL NET early check-in < K7KY

N7RBP MEDFORD

de N7RBP k

N7RBP < K7KY GE I don’t recognize the call pse say ur name & QTH tu < K7KY

my name … BOB BOB

my QTH …. MEDFORD, OREGON

my LOC …. CN82

N7RBP

de N7RBP k

N7RBP < K7KY TU Bob & I c u have been here before Welcome back ur on the log… BREAK any more check ins? < K7KY

last

weeks exercise complete

de K6QOG k

K6QOG < K7KY GE Bill tu ur on the log BREAK any more? < K7KY

K6ETA K6ETA < K7KY GE Steve ur on the log & I tried to work u CW on the weekend when I

saw you on the SOTA spotter BREAK anymore? < K7KY

de AL7BX AL7BX, George also in Cedar City, Check in and out, I’d like to listen only for awhile

de AL7BX

AL7BX < K7KY GE George tu for checkin tonight ur in&out BREAK anymore? < K7KY

de N7EU (Bill)

Sam’s Valley Oregon

Just listening…..in and out.

N7EU < K7KY GE Bill tnx for checking in tonight ur in&out tu BREAK any more? < K7KY

Early ORCA Check-Ins:

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT

WA7HHE Brad Cedar City,UT

AF7OK Christine Tiller,OR

N7RBP Bob Medford,OR

K6QOG Bill Cedar City,UT

K6ETA Steve Petaluma,CA

AL7BX George Cedar City,UT in&out

N7EU Bill Sams Valley,OR

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

< K7KY

12/27/2016 19:31 PST

WELCOME to the ORCA DIGITAL NET

Doug K7KY/NCS, SW/OR, 35w, 180′ Doublet @ 80′

ORCA meets every Tuesday 1930p/0330z – 3.581+1500 – MFSK-32

W1HKJ Software: FLDIGI, FLMSG, FLAMP

ORCA is a DIRECTED net, dedicated to learning and developing

digital operating skills and practicing digital traffic handling.

ORCA connects Amateur Operators with common interest in training,

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

New to ORCA? See: http://orcadigitalnet.com/quick-start/

Following check-in NCS sends:

1) Test image for signal evaluation

2) Rotation list

3) Announcements

Weekly FLAMP exercise by W7ZAP

Traffic Round: NCS calls each station in rotation

No traffic? (practice/formal) Send ‘QRU’.

Hold keyboard dialogue for Comment Round. Questions anytime.

Comment Round: comments, reception reports, observations, questions

(keyboard or FLMSG Form as you like)

NOTE: LOCK fldigi @ 1500, enable RxID, TxID

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

FLAMP does not sense FLAMP traffic. Set FLDIGI to ‘AUTOSTART’ FLAMP.

Regular FLAMP practice traffic is followed with one round of FLAMP

REPORTS and one FILL.

ORCA CHECK-INS COME NOW. Send CALLSIGN or Video/ID on waterfall

First time? CALL/NAME/QTH

Monitoring stations send: ‘CALLSIGN IN&OUT’ < K7KY

Signal Evaluation Image <IMAGE:G, /home/k7ky/Documents/orca/ORCASmallBlack.png>

Sending Pic:144×140; < K7KY

<STX>

… start

[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn 0RCA.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.15

:hdr_fm:20

K7KY 20162812033438

:hdr_ed:20

K7KY 20160703235454

<blankform>

:mg:609 ORCA DIGITAL NET 27/dec/16 Check-in/Rotation:

Check-ins: 10

Stations:

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT

WA7HHE Brad Cedar City,UT

AF7OK Christine Tiller,OR

N7RBP Bob Medford,OR

K6QOG Bill Cedar City,UT

K6ETA Steve Petaluma,CA

AL7BX George Cedar City,UT in&out

N7EU Bill Sams Valley,OR in&out

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

KB6NN Howard Eureka,CA

AF7OK Christine Tiller,OR

K7DV Dave Idaho Falls,ID

KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA

N6IET Rick Los Angeles,CA

KB6HOH Steve Novato,CA

AK7ME Marty Rigby,ID

NI9Y Dan Mishawaka,IN

N0LKC Clifford Wallace,UT

[WRAP:chksum 0B41][WRAP:end]

… end

Oops! that doesn’t happen much any more please disregard all callsigns below mine on the rotation list.. tu

Announcements 27/dec/16

Tonight we begin another simple file manipulation exercise using

FLMSG & FLAMP. Our weekly FLAMP exercise, up next, will distribute

‘ex8.txt’. Part of the exercise is parsing/following instructions.

Note: At the top of the FLAMP TX tab is the ‘To:’ window; it defaults

to ‘QST’. Setting this variable ID’s the target station. In a real

traffic situation, only the target station needs fills.

So, remember to change ‘Send To:’ from QST to ORCA,NCS,K7KY,etc

You can return this exercise to NCS in FLAMP today, or any practice net.

As always, these exercises are optional; you can send other traffic,

images, or QRU.

Please send only one practice traffic per net. Bulletins and images are

traffic; that’s your traffic for the session. Net time is limited. As

participation grows we want to continue providing comprehensive practice

to all members.

Weekly Net Report usually posted next day

at: orcadigitalnet.com/reports/

< K7KY

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Late Check-ins/Visitors? < K7KY

ALL ORCA Now, we turn the net over to Mindy W7ZAP for our weekly FLAMP exercise…. Mindy? < K7KY

ALL ORCA < W7ZAP

I’m going to TX in MFSK 64 and will do any fills in MFSK 32.

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 9609>{9765}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 28 0769>{9765}20161227205005:ex8.txt

<ID 26 22A7>{9765}W7ZAP Brookings, OR

<SIZE 15 6D08>{9765}356 12 32

<DATA 40 ED4B>{9765:1}Optional file manipulation exerc

<DATA 40 F64F>{9765:2}ise.

In FLMSG, create a BLANKF

<DATA 40 9D39>{9765:3}ORM file named, ‘URCALL_ex8.b2s’

<DATA 40 C4C6>{9765:4}. Answer the following question

<DATA 40 08B1>{9765:5}in the new file on one line usin

<DATA 40 20AF>{9765:6}g numeral characters

and the per

<DATA 40 8C63>{9765:7}iod. ie: 3.5 100

——–

What

<DATA 40 A3ED>{9765:8}is your lowest and highest digit

<DATA 40 46F0>{9765:9}al TX power?

——–

Send thi

<DATA 41 D9E1>{9765:10}s file to NCS during Traffic rou

<DATA 41 DC4D>{9765:11}nd today, or next week using FLA

<DATA 13 A3D5>{9765:12}MP.

<CNTL 10 5322>{9765:EOF}

<CNTL 10 F32E>{9765:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

For the weekly FLAMP practice message we try

to fill every station. I will prompt you in order with

your CALLSIGN only. Press the FLAMP REPORT Button

or send, ‘No FLAMP’ or ‘No Copy’.

We begin with …

W1EEP

W1EEP

NO COPY AT ALL

WA7HHE

DE WA7HHE

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 19 8FC7>{9765}2 3 10 11 12

DE WA7HHE K

ALL ORCA < W7ZAP

OK looks like band condx aren’t good for mfsk 64, so I’ll re-TX at mfsk 32… stand by…

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 9609>{9765}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 28 0769>{9765}20161227205005:ex8.txt

<ID 26 22A7>{9765}W7ZAP Brookings, OR

<SIZE 15 6D08>{9765}356 12 32

<DATA 40 ED4B>{9765:1}Optional file manipulation exerc

<DATA 40 F64F>{9765:2}ise.

In FLMSG, create a BLANKF

<DATA 40 9D39>{9765:3}ORM file named, ‘URCALL_ex8.b2s’

<DATA 40 C4C6>{9765:4}. Answer the following question

<DATA 40 08B1>{9765:5}in the new file on one line usin

<DATA 40 20AF>{9765:6}g numeral characters

and the per

<DATA 40 8C63>{9765:7}iod. ie: 3.5 100

——–

What

<DATA 40 A3ED>{9765:8}is your lowest and highest digit

<DATA 40 46F0>{9765:9}al TX power?

——–

Send thi

<DATA 41 D9E1>{9765:10}s file to NCS during Traffic rou

<DATA 41 DC4D>{9765:11}nd today, or next week using FLA

<DATA 13 A3D5>{9765:12}MP.

<CNTL 10 5322>{9765:EOF}

<CNTL 10 F32E>{9765:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

W1EEP

DE W1EEP

File : Unassigned

<MISSING 14 D5F3>{9765}PREAMBLE

DE W1EEP K

WA7HHE

: ex8.txt

<MISSING 8 B0E8>{9765}2

DE WA7HHE K

AF7OK

AF7OK

DE AF7OK

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 15 6493>{9765}CONFIRMED

DE AF7OK K

N7RBP

N7RBP

K6QOG

Newbe inexperience :-) Have copied everything so far. 32, 64, THOR

de N7RBP k

N7RBP < W7ZAP

TU BREAK

K6ETA

DE K6QOG

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 11 73B0>{9765}2 11

DE K6QOG K

K7KY < K6ETA

I copied this on MFSK64

K6QOG < W7ZAP

RR TU BREAK

K6ETA RR TU

BREAK

K7KY

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 15 6493>{9765}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

K7KY < W7ZAP

Doug will you RELAY the whole file pls. TU < W7ZAP

DE K7KY

FLAMP Relay

<PROG 18 9609>{9765}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 28 0769>{9765}20161227205005:ex8.txt

<ID 26 22A7>{9765}W7ZAP Brookings, OR

<SIZE 15 6D08>{9765}356 12 32

<DATA 40 ED4B>{9765:1}Optional file manipulation exerc

<DATA 40 F64F>{9765:2}ise.

In FLMSG, create a BLANKF

<DATA 40 9D39>{9765:3}ORM file named, ‘URCALL_ex8.b2s’

<DATA 40 C4C6>{9765:4}. Answer the following question

<DATA 40 08B1>{9765:5}in the new file on one line usin

<DATA 40 20AF>{9765:6}g numeral characters

and the per

<DATA 40 8C63>{9765:7}iod. ie: 3.5 100

——–

What

<DATA 40 A3ED>{9765:8}is your lowest and highest digit

<DATA 40 46F0>{9765:9}al TX power?

——–

Send thi

<DATA 41 D9E1>{9765:10}s file to NCS during Traffic rou

<DATA 41 DC4D>{9765:11}nd today, or next week using FLA

<DATA 13 A3D5>{9765:12}MP.

<CNTL 10 5322>{9765:EOF}

<CNTL 10 F32E>{9765:EOT}

DE K7KY K

W1EEP

DE W1EEP

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 15 6493>{9765}CONFIRMED

DE W1EEP K

WA7HHE

DE WA7HHE

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 15 6493>{9765}CONFIRMED

DE WA7HHE K

K6QOG

DE K6QOG

File : ex8.txt

<MISSING 15 6493>{9765}CONFIRMED

DE K6QOG K

ALL ORCA < W7ZAP

Great job to all. TU k7KY for the relay.

Back to NCS < W7ZAP

TU Mindy that went well again BREAK

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Late Check-ins/Visitors? < K7KY

ALL ORCA OK we’ll get right to the Traffic round… we begin with Gene W1EEP < K7KY

QST DE W1EEP

<PROG 18 0536>{7E8D}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 54 9A78>{7E8D}20161221041444:ex7.txt URCALL W1EEP 12-20-16.txt

<ID 18 3644>{7E8D}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 13 2AD8>{7E8D}66 2 64

<DATA 72 8BFA>{7E8D:1}.

AS LONG AS THE PROPANE HOLD OUT AT LEAST A MONTH W1EEP THANK

<DATA 10 FD78>{7E8D:2}S

<CNTL 10 EF0D>{7E8D:EOF}

<CNTL 10 4F01>{7E8D:EOT}

DE W1EEP K

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : ex7.txt URCALL W1EEP 12-20-16.txt

<MISSING 15 3263>{7E8D}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

WA7HHE OK Brad ur up for traffic… < K7KY

de WA7HHE Last weeks FLAMP assignment follows

ORCA NCS DE WA7HHE

<PROG 18 364C>{50CC}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 35 1526>{50CC}20161226182141:WA7HHE_ex7.b2s

<ID 38 CA37>{50CC}WA7HHE CEDAR CITY, UTAH (DM37HP)

<SIZE 14 9A84>{50CC}329 6 64

<DESC 20 56CF>{50CC}Net assignment

<DATA 72 996A>{50CC:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAEIXQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5XomH7/e6fionPLNofK+8kH

<DATA 72 B1E1>{50CC:2}Wr30NLidBfzEXw85fVLtmnTiqxk8wpo0T1I4cS/1++sIn/+pB1ptkxDkaLiy02j6

<DATA 72 B936>{50CC:3}1SjklVVlTKm/uvgkA6QRnyF+/nCcqXSBgH1cPIObYCdT3xqxoGH5RoqbMCF2WySZ

<DATA 72 5880>{50CC:4}jep14+QRV7HeFNbrMzvV8dMdq0gAaSpNIBxOTBAqZE8CiR6r7TWioL9tvpbdLgTk

<DATA 72 3D27>{50CC:5}CqX0WAIR6pMKbvw1ZsBaGBDBgD9/8kLLDUbZ5EdHhJS290w4IvC2VuiX5QMipVg

<DATA 17 D340>{50CC:6}[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 2419>{50CC:EOF}

<CNTL 10 8415>{50CC:EOT}

DE WA7HHE K

WA7HHE Brad nice parsing and execution….

DE K7KY

File : WA7HHE_ex7.b2s

<MISSING 15 156D>{50CC}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

AF7OK OK Christine ur up for Traffic… < K7KY

ORCA Digital Net, K7KY DE AF7OK

<PROG 18 0D6B>{B35E}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 34 8616>{B35E}20161228035155:AF70K_ex8.b2s

<ID 26 C579>{B35E}AF7OK Tiller, Oregon

<SIZE 14 2D5A>{B35E}193 5 48

<DESC 45 0BA2>{B35E}Lowest and highest TX power for digital

<DATA 56 DBC6>{B35E:1}[b64:start]PGZsbXNnPjMuMDAuMDINCjpoZHJfZWQ6MjEgD

<DATA 56 4B53>{B35E:2}QpBRjcwSyAyMDE2MjgxMjAzNTE1NQ0KPGJsYW5rZm9ybT4NC

<DATA 56 C580>{B35E:3}jptZzo1NCBNeSBsb3dlc3QgYW5kIGhpZ2hlc3QgVFggZm9yI

<DATA 56 314A>{B35E:4}GRpZ2l0YWw6IDUgIDEwMA0KDQpkZSBBRjdPSw0K

[b64:end

<DATA 9 FDAE>{B35E:5}]

<CNTL 10 620D>{B35E:EOF}

<CNTL 10 C201>{B35E:EOT}

DE AF7OK K

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : AF70K_ex8.b2s

<MISSING 15 5E48>{B35E}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

N7RBP Bob ur turn for traffic…. < K7KY

OBSTAIN…… Need to get aclimated with FLAMP NO TRAFIC de N7RBP k

N7RBP RR no problem, Bob we usually have too much traffic… a few QRU are welcome…. BREAK K6QOG Bill ur

turn for traffic… < K7KY

ORCA NET DE K6QOG

<PROG 18 3AEF>{F5B7}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 32 F67E>{F5B7}20161227225731:K6QOG-7.b2s

<ID 33 2058>{F5B7}K6QOG Cedar City, UT DM37lr

<SIZE 14 3D87>{F5B7}217 4 64

<DESC 27 8FC9>{F5B7}last weeks assignment

<DATA 72 52A3>{F5B7:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAClXQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5XomGzS3PksP5m5Bv+WrbDd

<DATA 72 1B7E>{F5B7:2}FkGl8hLnCX+fTSMk+gES1nHE/0Xnh/rzXm8Guiu7nEq1JCxPa34U/t8eqIq49tCi

<DATA 72 D938>{F5B7:3}ZFunk96XIzykHo6txVhJodCalBC/0ZqRMM+rkOqC5tRxjHpUh/Z4Fa/gd2qiXDlY

<DATA 33 388B>{F5B7:4}hx5BsyCbGjwoAA=

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 5DB2>{F5B7:EOF}

<CNTL 10 FDBE>{F5B7:EOT}

DE K6QOG K

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : K6QOG-7.b2s

<MISSING 15 9151>{F5B7}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

tneJtK6ETA OK Steve down to u for Traffic… < K7KY

ORCA Net DE K6ETA

<PROG 18 E77A>{8BCD}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 34 01D4>{8BCD}20161228035326:K6ETA_ex8.b2s

<ID 24 5A90>{8BCD}K6ETA Petaluma, CA

<SIZE 14 901E>{8BCD}125 2 64

<DESC 20 C019>{8BCD}Net Assignment

<DATA 72 EA35>{8BCD:1}[b64:start]PGZsbXNnPjIuMC4xNA0KOmhkcl9lZDoyMSANCks2RVRBIDIwMTYyO

<DATA 69 4A6B>{8BCD:2}DEyMDM1MzI2DQo8Ymxhbmtmb3JtPg0KOm1nOjUgMSA2MDANCg==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 FEC6>{8BC nheWgr xgCNTL 10 5ECA>{8BCD:EOT}

DE K6ETA K

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : K6ETA_ex8.b2s

<MISSING 15 DEC3>{8BCD}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

ALL ORCA For Traffic, we skip the monitoring stations, AL7BX & N7EU W7ZAP Mindy ur up for traffic… < K7KY

K7KY DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 9158>{1F5E}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 34 6D03>{1F5E}20161227205608:W7ZAP_ex8.b2s

<ID 26 1215>{1F5E}W7ZAP Brookings, OR

<SIZE 14 C094>{1F5E}125 4 32

<DATA 40 4846>{1F5E:1}[b64:start]PGZsbXNnPjIuMC4xNi4wM

<DATA 40 B265>{1F5E:2}Qo6aGRyX2VkOjIxIApXN1pBUCAyMDE2M

<DATA 40 1187>{1F5E:3}jcxMjIwNTYwOAo8Ymxhbmtmb3JtPgo6b

<DATA 37 567C>{1F5E:4}Wc6NyAuMSAgMTAwCg==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 4BBB>{1F5E:EOF}

<CNTL 10 EBB7>{1F5E:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : W7ZAP_ex8.b2s

<MISSING 15 D889>{1F5E}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

ALL ORCA I really like this exercise that makes lots of traffic in FLAMP that comes to me and I get to send out the REPORT… really fun for mej! BREAK

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Late Check-ins/Visitors? < K7KY

ALL ORCA OK we begin the comment round with Gene W1EEP in UT… < K7KY

K7KY DOUG DE W1EEP ALL IS GOOD HERE AND JUST WAITING FOR THE NEXT STORM THIS WEEKEND WE HOPE FOR A HEAVY SNOW SEASON WE NEED IT HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ON THE NET BE SAFE AND WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT WEEK

W1EEP Gene wishing for snow sounds odd to me… (-: BREAK WA7HHE Brad ur up for comments… < K7KY

wA7HHE Comment FLMSG article follows:

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[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn Cyber_Threat_Info.p2s]<flmsg>4.0.0

:hdr_fm:22

WA7HHE 20162812041223

:hdr_ed:22

WA7HHE 20162812020131

<plaintext>

:tt:17 Cyber Threat Info

:to:16 ORCA Net Members

:fm:22 Emg Mngment via WA7HHE

:dt:8 12/27/16

:tm:6 19:01L

:sb:36 Cyber Defense simular to Air Defense

:mg:1120 When it comes to taking action against attackers, there are many ways to monitor, identify and counter adversary cyberattacks. These active cyber defenses are similar to air defense systems that monitor the sky for hostile aircraft and shoot down incoming missiles. Network monitors that watch for and block (“shoot down”) hostile packets are one example, as are honeypots that attract or deflect

adversary packets into safe areas. There, they do not harm the targeted network, and can even be studied to reveal attackers’ techniques.

Active cyber defense does more than just deny attackers opportunities. It can often unmask the people behind them, leading to punishment. Nongovernment attackers can be shut down, arrested and prosecuted; countries conducting or supporting cyberwarfare can be sanctioned by the international community.

For the complete article:

http://www.emergencymgmt.com/safety/Cyber-Deterrence-Phase.html?utm_term=Cybersecurity%27s%20Next%20Phase%3A%20Cyber-Deterrence&utm_campaign=States%20Would%20Pay%20More%20for%20Disasters&utm_content=email&utm_source=Act-On+Software&utm_medium=email

[WRAP:chksum 0629][WRAP:end]

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WA7HHE Tu Brad honeypots? yet that’s more than I knew about cyber defense… BREAK AF7OK OK Christine ur next for traffic… < K7KY

K7KY de AF7OK The band is really great tonight. I copied the first MFSK64

message and everything else from everyone. No garbled words!

Happy New Year! K7KY de AF7OK

AF7OK TU Christine… & happy new year to you too BREAK N7RBP Bob ur turn for comments… < K7KY

I obstain ….. again need to get tuned into FLAMP. Will try to research it and get up to snuff on it and be ready next time. At least I haveheard of Honeypots! Copied everything!!! 73 HAPPY NEW YEAR!

de N7RBP k

N7RBP FB Bob… BREAK K6QOG Bill over to u for comments… < K7KY

DE K6QOG copied everyone very well except Steve K6ETA and few hits on Bob N7RBP.. This has been a good exercise. happy new year to all.

de k6qog k

K6QOG TU Bill BREAK K6ETA Steve it’s up to u for comments… < K7KY

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[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn K6ETA-4.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.14

:hdr_fm:21

K6ETA 20162812041831

:hdr_ed:21

K6ETA 20162812034150

<blankform>

:mg:550 RX Report

CALL NAME S/N COPY NOTES

—— ——— — —- ——————–

W1EEP Gene +3 100% A bit of QSB

WA7HHE Brad +5 100% Nice work!

AF7OK Christine +9 100% Good!

N7RBP Bob +8 100% Clear signal!

K6QOG Bill +1 100% Nice work!

K6ETA Steve [me] Copied MFSK64 at 100%

AL7BX George – – RX only

N7EU Bill – – RX only

W7ZAP Mindy +5 100% MSFK64 was 100%

K7KY Doug +12 100% Good image tonight

[WRAP:chksum 0172][WRAP:end]

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K6ETA Great report, Steve tu BREAK we have time to look for our monitors tonight AL7BX George do you hv any comments? < K7KY

How about Bill N7EU in Sam’s Valley,OR ?? < K7KY

W7ZAP OK Mindy ur turn for comments… < K7KY

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W7ZAP 20162812042208

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W7ZAP 20162812033645

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:mg:804 35w 135ft doublet @ 110ft

W7ZAP copied the following stations:

W1EEP 100% WFid, FLAMP, KBD copy (S9) s/n=10dB

WA7HHE 100% WFid, FLAMP, FLMSG, KBD copy (S9) s/n=8dB

AF7OK 100% KBD FLAMP, copy (S9) s/n=11dB

N7RBP 100% KBD copy (S9 +10) s/n=13dB

K6QOG 100% KBD FLAMP, copy (S9) s/n=8dB

K6ETA 100% WFid, FLAMP, KBD copy (S9) s/n=10dB

AL7BX 100% KBD copy (too quick for sig rpt)

N7EU 100% KBD copy (too quick for sig rpt)

K7KY 100% KBD, FLMSG, image copy

ORCA welcomes George AL7BX and Bill N7EU to the net. Welcome back to Bob N7RBP in Medford, OR. Net rolled right along tonight and band condx much better than the past few weeks. Always interesting traffic from Brad WA7HHE. Wishing everyone a safe and Happy New Year and hope to see you all on the WF again soon!

73,

Mindy W7ZAP sk

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W7ZAP Mindy tu for another great report… BREAK are there any more comments questions, etc for the net? please use pre-tone to avoid doubles… < K7KY

ALL ORCA Hey, hard to believe it less than an hour so far and we’ve at the end… nets are running more and more smoothly… hHat’s off to all of you for focus and interest… the net can be confusing at the beginning,but everyone is doing very well and we’re certainly learning from each other… anything further be for we go? we won’t see each other until next year… < K7KY

This concludes the ORCA DIGITAL NET

for: 12/27/2016 20:27 PST

Thanks for committing your time and

attention to working with us tonight.

We hope to see you again next week;

‘Practice makes Perfect’ (-:

73&GN < Doug K7KY NCS

ncuoxiea:R@u

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K7KY de AF7OK Are the images saved somewhere? I can’t seem to

find them. K7KY de AF7OK

AF7OK Oh, yes fldigi save them all… what OS are u using? < K7KY

de AF7OK Windows 7 k

AF7OK Oh. I’m using Linux, so they won’t be in the same directory… maybe there’s another Op still on using Win < K7KY

AF7OK Christine… this may help… I find my images in /.nbems/images Win should do something similar < K7KY

K7KY de AF7OK I found them in FLDIGI files and then Images. I kept looking in NBEMS. Thanks! K7KY de AF7OK

AF7OK now that you tell me, I remember too… 73 Doug K7KY < K7KY

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10/OCT/19 CA Grid Down Report

ORCA DIGITAL NET -California Grid Down Event 10/Oct/19Check-ins: 9 Stations: KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA KI7TPD Fred Cedar City,UT W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR W7HHE Brad Cedar City,UT W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV N7SND Larry Cedar City,UT WB7TZD Tom Vancouver,WA K6ETA Steve Petaluma,CA K7KY Doug Brookings,OR [...]

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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
14.066 MHz USB
OLIVIA 8/500

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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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