27/JAN/15 Report

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ORCA DIGITAL NET Report, 27/Jan/15

Check-ins: 8
Traffic: 6

Stations:
NX6D       David   kbd
WA6NBG Don   B
KJ6UPE   Danon T
KB6NN    Howard  T
KE6SLS   Jaye  kbd
W7ZAP    Mindy   T
K7IFG     Ken       T
K7KY      Doug   NCS

Tonight, band problems were more about people than WX.  The 3.955 neighborhood was crowded and some neighbors were just too close to ignore.  And, they weren’t inclined to ignore us.  I don’t blame them.  We moved to 3.940 and David NX6D stayed behind awhile in case we missed someone.  We did well on 3.595 for half an hour or so and then it faded quickly.  We made a final round of comments by keyboard.  At the end, there was only NX6D, K7IFG, W7ZAP, & K7KY remaining.  Although it didn’t occur to me at the time, we may have been able to close in voice on 40m.

We returned to our earlier digital routine of NCS prompting each station in order.  It does take a bit more time, but I think it helps keep order when some stations are not copying well.  Jim KA6JIM and Don WA6NBG have done well keeping Howard KB6NN engaged.  Winter band doesn’t favor Howard.  Relaying weaker stations is good practice and flamp has a digipeater feature we’ll explore in the future.

Jaye asked a couple questions that we would have addressed in comment roundtable, but we didn’t get to have a discussion after a round of copy reports.  Jaye asked if flamp automatically saves messages.  No. You have to press SAVE.  And, he asked about the new macros.  I didn’t include Jaye in the macro evaluation as I’m working with Win-fldigi.  I believe the macro files are the same in both applications, but I’m not sure.  Anyway, Dave will soon update the other supported OSs and everyone can use the macros.  I’ll send everyone the macros and a link to Win-fldigi v3.22.06.01

The digital check-in demo went well and we should be able to check-in quickly this way.  I can see callsigns at three places on the waterfall.  Stations w/o this capability can use the tune button to put a carrier on the waterfall and I can bring them in.  I’ll have to set the waterfall to SLOW and keep an eye out for late stations.  I’m sometimes busy with other things and not always watching signals.

David finds that RXRSID can be a disturbing.  I had no problems with it myself. It does print the previous mode in the receive window each time it hears mode ID, but it’s not moving the curser, only confirming reception of mode ID in print.  The print notice in the RX window can be disabled. We need to explore the manual to find out if RXRSID has an adjustable threshold.

Each station transmitting with LOCK on is what keeps our signals at 1500.  LOCK is included in some of my transmit macros. That way, it’s almost always on.

I did get the net log this week.  Although fldigi crashed and I lost the first portion of the log, Mindy had it and I pasted both logs together.  I’m sometimes surprised to read things I don’t remember from the net.  The log is attached.  Net Reports and Net Logs will all be available and archived on the website.

The website is very close.  We resolved some sticky programming issues today and should finish soon, maybe this week.  Web development plays second fiddle to Mindy’s CW Academy homework.

Thanks for making the net useful and engaging.  Hope to see you next Tues evening. 73 Doug K7KY

—————NET LOG————

RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:55Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1488>>

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:55Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1500>>

de ke6sls test
end test
ke6sls k

Standard Time
Please print your callsign on WF
or send tuning signal @ 0800, 1500, or 2200wf
I’ll log callsigns first & call for tune signals next
Following check-in, i’ll send the rotation order
K7KY NCS

<!GOFREQ:2200>
<VIDEO:W7ZAP>
<@GOFREQ:1500>
<@MODEM:MFSK32>
<@TXRSID:on>
RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:56Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1499>>

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:56Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1500>>

KB6NN

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:57Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1533>>

… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn CheckIn.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.7
:hdr_fm:20
K7KY 20152801035715
:hdr_ed:20
K7KY 20152801031234
<blankform>
:mg:278     ORCA DIGITAL NET, Rotation Order
NX6D     David T
WA6NBG   Don T
KJ6UPE   Danon T
KB6NN    Howard
KE6SLS   Jaye kbd
W7ZAP    Mindy T
K7IFG    Ken  T
K7KY     Doug  NCS

Following this transmission, we’ll begin at the top of the
list. Please wait for NCS to prompt you…

[WRAP:chksum 42A3][WRAP:end] … end

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:58Z MFSK-32 @ 3505000+1505>>

KB6NN has Traffic  de WA6NBG

NX6D de K7KY Please go now   de K7KY knN
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T03:59Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1501>>

OK, this is NX6d. Keyboard input – no prepared text.
Just returned from Quartzsite Hamfest, still rusty on doing almost anything.
Will finish with my “brag” macro then back to net.
Rig:    Flex 6300
Pwr:   40 watts
Ant:   43 foot vertical or 75m horizontal loop
OS:    Windows 8.1
Soft:  Fldigi 3.22.01
NX6D Back to net.

NX6D de K7KY Goood to hve you back David…  OK Don  send your bulletin now

please…de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:01Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1501>>
… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn WA6NBG-95.213]<flmsg>1.1.32
:hdr_fm:22
WA6NBG 20152801040121
:hdr_ed:22
WA6NBG 20152801025427
<ics213>
:to:31 Eureka Emergency Net & ORCA Net
:fm:10 Don WA6NBG
:d1:10 2015-01-26
:t1:5 1333L
:sb:26 Bulletins and Annoucements
:s1:23 Donald O. Nelson WA6NBG
:mg:626 Bulletins and Annoucements for January 26th

Humboldt Amateur Radio Club Board Meeting Thursday, January 29th,at 1900L at

Starbucks Downtown Eureka.

Trinidad to Clam Beach Run, January 31st. First race starts at Noon. Breakfast at

Naveen’s in McKinleyville at
0900L. VHF communicators are needed.

The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is planning on having a swap meet and sale for the

February meeting. This
meeting will be open to all.

Please send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net to

donelsonsteam@gmail.com or via
Packet to WA6NBG-1 145.050 MHz.

This ends the digital message for January 26th.
[WRAP:chksum FB0C][WRAP:end] … end

KJ6UPE de K7KY Please go now   de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:03Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1502>>
….start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn WA6NBG-95.213
….start

……end

KJ6UPE de K7KY U want to try that file again?  de K7KY
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:04Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1500>>
….start

……end

KB6NN de K7KY Please go now   de K7KY k
:hdr_fm:20 kj6upe 201528010404Z
:hdr_ed:20 kj6upe 201527010228Z
<ics213>
:to:8 ORCA NET
:fm:19 KJ6Uidz tea  Gls
ie}oin_:7 1-27-15
:t1:10 7:30 0R SO
:sb:43 LAST TUESDAY…..SHOtF TO THE BIG BOYS
:mg:600 LAST TUESDAY A FEW OF US DID A HAM RADIO DEMO FOR REDWAY

FIRE AND l>TTACAL RESCUE.. IT WENT PRETTY
WELL.THE FIRE COMANDER IS ALSO C.H.P.. I THOUGHT THAT WAS WAY

COOL.. FLDIGI WENT FAIR. ONE OF OUR O.E.S PEOPLE
NEEDS TO LEARN MUCH MORE ABOUT FLDIGI, AND THAT WILL TAKE

TIME…LOOKIN GOOD MON. JACK FOSTER WAS NET CONTROL
ON 3.960. HAMS WERE CHECKIN IN FROM ALL OVER, IT WENT VERY GOOD

AND EVERYONE AT THE C.D.F STATION WHO WAS
LISTING WERE VERY HAPPY WITH THE DEMO…. PLUS WE GOT THE RADIO

ROOM DILED IN…ALLRIGHT LOVIN HAM RADIO….THA
NK YOU ALL VERY MUCH…..THIS IS KJ6UPE..IT WAS MUCH NEEDED….
[WRAP:chksum 7C8F][WRAP:end] ……end

DKB6NN de K7KY OK HOward…Please go now   de K7KY de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:07Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1501>>

… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn Link to KB6NN-8.p2s]<flmsg>1.1.34
:hdr_fm:21
KB6NN 20152801040718
:hdr_ed:21
KB6NN 20152101030031
<plaintext>
:tt:15 General Message
:to:4 ORCA
:sb:4 TEST
:mg:74 This is a test to see if I can send a message right after receiving one.
[WRAP:chksum A831][WRAP:end] … end

KE6SLS de K7KY Over to you for kbd Jaye…de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:08Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1503>>

okay, I just qro to 40 watts. Did not copy anything from Danon kj6upe here, did not copy

nor hear
anything from Howard kb6nn here.   Very high noise floor here with AC power noise

and I am not using the noise
cancel machine here on digi modes.

Okay, Here’s a question for the group.   Regarding FLamp, if I send a file and another

station is able to copy
that file, is it automatically saved somewhere on the other persons hard drive for later

viewing?

I want to complement you two for using the Video ID function. I will assume you are now

using a very asome cool
macro to send it? ?   Sure wanna know how you did that!

Okay, that is it from this old hippies keyboard.  btu NCS.

de ke6sls  TU so much.

KE6SLS W7ZAP de K7KY TU Jaye…  We’ll answer your questions in comment

rotation… You’ll love the macros  OK
Mindy  go with your traffic…de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:12Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1505>>

… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn 01272015.213]<flmsg>2.0.6
:hdr_fm:21
W7ZAP 20152801041225
:hdr_ed:21
W7ZAP 20152601205519
<ics213>
:to:16 ORCA DIGITAL NET
:fm:11 Mindy W7ZAP
:p2:13 Brookings, OR
:d1:10 2015-01-27
:t1:5 1253L
:sb:26 Radio ham in Maker article
:mg:631 An article about radio amateur Phil Crump M0DNY describes how he used

3D printing to build an alternati
ve power supply solution for his camera for operation at high-altitudes

Phil is a Volunteer RF Engineering Consultant for Southampton Universitys UOS3

Cubesat Project. He wanted to
use his Canon SD1000 camera for high-altitude balloon flights but found the low

temperatures reduced the
lifetime of the camera battery to just 34 minutes.

With the help of So Make It, a Maker and Hackerspace in Southampton he was able to

develop a solution.

Read the 3D Print article at
http://3dprint.com/38917/3dp-camera-battery-emulator/
[WRAP:chksum 73C5][WRAP:end] … end

K7IFG de K7KY OK Ken.. Ken’s traffic is in flamp.  He will interrupt the signal briefly so

we will
miss a packet or two . Please send your report in rotation… Go ahead Ken.. de K7KY

ki8sue
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:15Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1502>>

QST DE K7IFG

<PROG 18 185C>{CA7E}FLAMP 2.2.00
<FILE 33 4ABA>{CA7E}20150127230048:text-msg.txt
<ID 34 9B1B>{CA7E}K7IFG Beavercreek, OR CN85sg
<SIZE 14 5BB5>{CA7E}143 5 32
<PROG 18 185C>{CA7E}FLAMP 2.2.00
<FILE 33 4ABA>{CA7E}20150127230048:text-msg.txt
<ID 34 9B1B>{CA7E}K7IFG Beavercreek, OR CN85sg
<SIZE 14 5BB5>{CA7E}143 5 32
<DATA 40 98C0>{CA7E:1}During afternoon I am available
<DATA 40 ABB4>{CA7E:2}to play Fldigi on 7122 khz
look
<DATA 40 A3BE>{CA7E:3} for my Flarq beacon which set f
<DATA 40 DA26>{CA7E:4}or 5 min intervals.

73 de Ken
<DATA 23 99BD>{CA7E:5}, K7IFG
NNNN

<CNTL 10 CFA5>{CA7E:EOF}
<CNTL 10 6FA9>{CA7E:EOT}

QST DE K7IFG K

nNX6D de K7KY David… If youhave flamp configured, you cansend a report  now..de

K7KY k
File ut`TGeicfF si 15 f09>{CA7E}CONFIRMED
DE WA6NBG K

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:18Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1501>>

DE ke6sls
File : text-msg.txt
<MISSING 14 1E23>{CA7E}2 3 4 5
DE ke6sls K

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:18Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1498>>
DE W7ZAP
File : text-msg.txt
<MISSING 15 2A09>{CA7E}CONFIRMED
DE W7ZAP K

K7IFG de K7KY Ken… Jaye missed four packet, please fill him if he can hear… tnxde

K7KY k! e
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:19Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1502>>

QST DE K7IFG

<PROG 18 185C>{CA7E}FLAMP 2.2.00
<FILE 33 4ABA>{CA7E}20150127230048:text-msg.txt
<ID 34 9B1B>{CA7E}K7IFG Beavercreek, OR CN85sg
<SIZE 14 5BB5>{CA7E}143 5 32
<DATA 40 ABB4>{CA7E:2}to play Fldigi on 7122 khz
look
<DATA 40 A3BE>{CA7E:3} for my Flarq beacon which set f
<DATA 40 DA26>{CA7E:4}or 5 min intervals.

73 de Ken
<DATA 23 99BD>{CA7E:5}, K7IFG
NNNN

<CNTL 10 CFA5>{CA7E:EOF}
<CNTL 10 6FA9>{CA7E:EOT}

QST DE K7IFG K

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:20Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1503>>
DE ke6sls
File : text-msg.txt
<MISSING 15 2A09>{CA7E}CONFIRMED
DE ke6sls K

ALL ORCA
… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn CheckIn.b2s]<flmsg>2.0.7
:hdr_fm:20
K7KY 20152801042218
:hdr_ed:20
K7KY 20152801031234
<blankform>
:mg:407     ORCA DIGITAL NET, copy reports and comments
NX6D     David KBD  100%  welcome back to ORCA
WA6NBG   Don 100% + flmsg
KJ6UPE   Danon abt 98% copy but no flmsg
KB6NN    Howard  100% + flms
KE6SLS   Jaye kbd  100%  Jaye’s questions to comment rotation..
W7ZAP    Mindy 100% + flmsT
K7IFG    Ken  My receive window was open, so no reception
K7KY     Doug  fldigi disappeared as soon as I began to send..

[WRAP:chksum 5AB0][WRAP:end] … end

de K7KY Well, that worked well.  Lets do a round of comments and we’ll return to

3.940voice  Here’s my
report
NX6D de K7KY OK Dave  any comments? de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:23Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1502>>

Yes. I need some time to tune my antenna before the net starts.  I failed to do that this

time and sent
transmissions way off the antenna sweet spot.  You probalby only got about 10 watts or

so.

I prefer running the net in digital only — copy here has been excellent, better than voice .

I turned RXid off as it pops up so often it is a distraction and delays my work.  We did a

good job of staying
on the center freq so i don’t think we need it, unless someone wants to use another

mode.  This may just be me
complaiing, so don’t take this comment too seriously.

I had trouble copying the message that followed KB6NN, or the second from that

station — not sure.  it was
below the noise level and I could not decode it.  100% copy on all other transmissions.

I had to adjust Squelch levels several times to keep the junk out of the receive window.

Signal strength
vaires quite a bit from station to station.  Perhaps it would be best for me to set the

squelch low and let the
junk accumulate.   Not sure.

Back to net.

Nx6d

NX6D WA6NBG de K7KY TU David…  UR right about rxid   since I’ve been using

LOCK much more often, My signal
stays in place..  As more stations us the lock feature, we won’t wandeer so much…

Thanks for your imput..Ove
r to Don..de K7KY k
ORCA Net reception report
NX6D     David  100%
KJ6UPE   Danon   50 %
KB6Fibgoward  20%
KE6SLS   Jaye

KJ6UPE de K7KY OK
Danon… Ur up now…de K7KY ku*fcnyDlc nPra Yythe band died.

I copeid Do 2″and t-Uttu Aned thetR
zatisr ved PTnetNp 2ytl/home/jsen deD dotamp/!  so
there it is. Thanks all

KB6NN de K7KY OK Howard… OVER to you..de K7KY k
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WA6NBG de K7KY Don  do you copy
Howard?  we don’t hear him here…de K7KY k

KE6SLS de K7KY Jaye… I was going to answer your questions when we returned to

voice, but the band seems to be
going away and we may just have to stay here.  I’ll come back after rotation with your

questions… over to
you de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:35Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1486>>

ORCA break NX6D
NX6D de K7KY Go ahead David…de K7KY k

W7ZAP de K7KY OK MINdy   I don’t think some
stations can still hear us.  David wanted back in, but I don’t think he hears me.  Go

ahead with your comments.
.de K7KY k

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:37Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1506>

All ORCA de W7ZAP
Just realised my power level was at 5w. Sorry if you couldn’t copy me. I have a habit of

turning my power down
to 5w when tuning up and forgot to set it at 30w. Looks like the band is fading.

W7ZAP copied the following stations:

NX6D     – 100% keyboard copy
WA6NBG     – 100% copy + flmsg
KJ6UPE    – 1st X-mit: no copy / 2nd x-mit: 100% copy in rec buffer – no flmsg
KB6NN    – 100% copy + flmsg – Nice job Howard
KE6SLS    – 100% keyboard copy
K7IFG    – flamp 100% copy on 1st x-mit
K7KY    – 100% copy + flmsg

73,
Mindy W7ZAP K

ALL ORCA de K7KY Seems like the band is going away on us…  I’ll go around once to

see who can still hear and
well close the net…  Can you copy me David? de K7KY k

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:40Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1498>>

I’m hearing you loud and clear.  I got my system out of adjustment for a moment.  I think

it is all locked in
place now.  This is an SDR system, so it is easy to make mistakes.

I think there is one station I’m not hearing, but I don’t know the stations well enough to

know who it is.

Back to net, NX6D
NX6D WA6NBG de K7KY David… I’d like to include you on my email list for the net
report, but I don’t have your address.  my email is XXXX@orcadigitalnet.com.
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:42Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1508>>

Use XXXX@arrl.net.  I that doesn’t work, useXXXXX@arrl.net.  I don’t want to transmit

my real address.
NX6D

WA6NBG de K7KY U stil copy me Don?  IF so, go with any
comments de K7KY k
KJ6UPE de K7KY Any final comments,Danon?  de K7KY k

WA6NBG KJ6UPE de K7KY No copy on WA6NBG  Go ahead Danon with final
comments… We’ll finish on digital tonight. no voice finals  go Danon..de K7KY k

KB6NN de K7KY If you copy me Howard, please go with final comments…de K7KY kt

ALL ORCA No copy on last station.. it may have been QRM anyway.  I didn’t hear

Howard, so over to  KE6SLS
Jaye..de K7KY k
W7ZAP de K7KY I think we’ve lost Jaye too.  Go ahead Mindy…de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:51Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1508>>

Enjoyed the net tonight. Had some little issues with fldigi, but too bothersome.
The winter band conditions are tough… Hope to see you all next week.
73,
Mindy W7ZAP K

K7IFG de K7KY Ken.. I’m almost certain you’re still with us… If so, go ahead  de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:52Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1502>>

K7KY AND ORCA NET DE K7IF  that changing freq on the Fldi software while xmiting

does not work.  IP
will have to mesef dial on the xcvr next time. scy
I was monitoring the Michigan Digi  ti5areqS,mNteyxeere using PSKR63RC10

sending clear text, but I ws’t able to
receive solid print.  When we rFaM tD t2tgOI oe the faster modes.

Copy was good on all ath%  e edwflmpo dnd browser.

One suggestion I like hearing from the Michigan group was to send at lVl  key twice at

the beginning and end of
your xmission.

With the skip going out we are getti h s2 Suhng as some stationfaf thearing each other.

In a directed net one
does not xmit unless directed by NCS.

La PiMo/r Te  Mindy on her last xmission.  Doug your still solid though very weak.

3otoqmi eryone be
uhe hang of  Oieve 73
NX6D de K7KY David.. Are you copying Ken K7IFG? de K7KY k
Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:54Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1501>>

Yes, bSoxqxignal just faded dramatically.  Prior to this lages ts n ntnetNiohn, your signal

has been very st L
UH t;iiQt   ait 35 watts.
NX6D

K7IFG NX6D W7ZAP de K7KY WELL, you three are all that’s left.  The  winter band is

tough.  I’m having very
poor copy on David and Ken, but still can understand the gist of the
text.  Thanks for coming and hanging in there. I hope conditions will be more favorable

next week.  And, Mindy
and I are available to work some digital issues or just practice things during the week.

thanks again for your
participation.. 73  SK de K7KY

Before RSID: <<2015-01-28T04:58Z MFSK-32 @ 14068000+1498>>

OK, tbeittthe net, see you n ?  week.
NX6D

 

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