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ORCA DIGITAL NET 30/aug/16 check-in/rotation:

Check-ins: 9
Stations:
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
WB6SDR Ralph Folsom,CA
W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT
W7GBB Bob Renton,WA
WA6NBG Don Eureka,CA Bulletin
N6IET Rick Los Angeles,CA
WB6VAC Doug Republic,WA in&out
W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR
K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

Well, that was quite a net. Thanks to everyone here tonight! We did great with FLAMP. I don’t think we’ve ever used FLAMP like we did tonight. The band was exceptionally kind to us. Very few fills were needed. The band reminded me of winter. I don’t want to say anything further and jinx the upcoming Indian Summer that I hope will be extensive. Anyway, favorable band condx tonight.

Good thing for me; I’d spent the entire day switching my station from Linux back to WinXP, only to discover problems with the station on XP and switched everything back to Linux around 6pm. Yuck!  Although I thought it was going to be solid, FLDIGI choked early in the net. Frustrating as technical glitches can be, they are real-time practice for resolving problems w/o losing focus and traction.

You really aced the FLAMP exercise. Last week I visited the Idaho ERC Digital Net, Wed 18:15p, 3.581 +1500, Bliss W7RUG NCS. Bliss ran an FLDIGI/FLAMP exercise where we created a file to answer a question in the preamble and sent it to NCS in FLAMP. I modified his exercise a little to suit our net and provide practice receiving FLAMP files, editing in info, renaming, and resending them in FLAMP. Similar to typing, file manipulation skills underpin our digital communication skills. Although I didn’t provide much time for those who missed the introduction last week, you got the essential components perfectly. It wasn’t meant to be surprising or tricky, it just turned out that way for some of you. And, you all did very well.

We’ll do this exercise again. It can be altered as we like. Let me know your thoughts on this exercise and others you’d like to try. Poor band condx will add the need for RELAY. It’ll be fun. Speaking of relays, I want to thank Ralph WB6SDR and Brad WA7HHE for doing much of the relay work on the net. Both stations are well received by most of us.

Mindy W7ZAP & I usually test our stations and net agenda on Tuesday afternoon before the net. We always use our lowest power setting, 5w. Still, it’s not unusual to have a net member pop-up on freq with us. Sometimes as far away as UT. Ah, the joy of little signals into big wire. Today, while we were testing FLAMP files, Ralph surprised us with a REPORT. I was so happy to see him; I was going to email him to see if he could test FLAMP with me before net. The last three weeks my FLAMP has worked while testing with Mindy and failed during net. I needed to test with a distant station. Then, when my return to WinXP didn’t pan out, Ralph again helped me retest in Linux.

It got me to thinking of how often we encounter net members on the net frequency while testing. It’s a good place to look for testing and feedback stations or just strike up a QSO. Maybe we’ll find a general time/day on 3.581 where we’re likely to find another ORCA Op. I’m delighted to be heard at 5w on 80m during the day.

We haven’t forgotten about holding an occasional brief net on 40m in the daytime to learn more about daytime band conditions for emergency conditions. If you can work 40m during the day, let me know and we’ll try to get a few of us together. Ralph says he can do some daytime testing. I think we can find an Op in Eureka,CA too. It would be nice to have some of the more outlying stations participate. 7.122 was our original alternate freq and we can begin here for daytime testing.

Tonight was a memorable net for me. Thanks to your enthusiasm and participation, we’re processing more complex traffic handling tasks with aplomb. It’s a pleasure to work with you every week. I hope to see you again next Tuesday evening. 73 Doug K7KY

————– Net Log ——————

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:18Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

K7KY RR W1EEP

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:21Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

W1EEP Gene… our exercise tonight will be familiar to you… I got this idea from Bliss last week… It’s not exactly the same, but the exercise is similar… I’ll send the file you need to change and return to net in FLAMP should be very much the same to you…

< K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:23Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1498>>

K7KY RR DE W1EEP

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:23Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1500>>

ke6sls k

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:24Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1493>>

KE6SLS GE Jaye ur on the log… < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:24Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

WB6SDR GE Ralph rr < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:25Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1500>>

KE6SLS Jaye I’m adding the station here last week to the top of rotation so those just getting the exercise will have a few minutes to sort it out and resend… < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:26Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

W7GBB GE Bob ur on the log…. < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:27Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

k7ky de ke6sls

rg on the last. Here is a url. you or mindy can save it.

http://askubuntu.com/questions/14219/how-to-create-deb-installer-from-tarballs

looks VERY interesting. When I get more time, I’ll do it first and let

you know if it really is that EZ!

de ke6sls k

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:28Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1502>>

Early ORCA Check-Ins:

KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA

WB6SDR Ralph Folsom,CA

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT

W7GBB Bob Renton,WA

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:29Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1498>>

k7ky de ke6sls, need a resend, there was a station just as you came on

lost the first bit. also, they are prob trying to chk in,

de ke6sls k

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:30Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1501>>

Last station again please.. < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:30Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1504>>

de WA6NBG WA6NBG WA6NBG

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:30Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1501>>

WA6NBG GE Don ur on the log… tonight, u will be lower in the rotation as we are continuing an exercise that those here last week already have the file… no problem to have the bulletin in the rotation anyway… tu < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:32Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

Early ORCA Check-Ins:

KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA

WB6SDR Ralph Folsom,CA

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT

W7GBB Bob Renton,WA

WA6NBG Don Eureka,CA

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

< K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:33Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

08/30/2016 19:33 PDT

Welcome to the ORCA DIGITAL NET – Doug K7KY-NCS

ORCA meets every Tuesday (at) 1930p – 3.581+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 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

2) Rotation list

3) Announcements (questions/comments?)

Volunteer conducts brief FLAMP practice session

Traffic Round: NCS calls each station in rotation

No traffic? Send ‘QRU’. Check before sending FLAMP.

Hold keyboard dialogue for Comment Round. Questions anytime.

Comment Round: reception reports, observations,

questions, and comments (keyboard or FLMSG Form as you like)

NOTE: LOCK fldigi (at) 1500, enable RxID, TxID

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

Have FLAMP open. It does not self-start.

FLAMP traffic is followed with one round of FLAMP REPORTS

and one FILL.

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

First time? CALL/NAME/QTH

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

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:35Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1498>>

K7KY K7KY de N6IET N6IET N6IET kn

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:36Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1486>>

N6IET GE Rick rr < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:36Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1500>>

Any more ORCA check-ins? < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:37Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1506>>

wb6vac doug republic wa

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:38Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

Relay: wb6vac doug republlic WA

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:38Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1504>>

WB6VAC < K7KY GE Doug my fldigi is acting up a little sorry.. ur on the log tu < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:39Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1502>>

wb6vac doug republic wa in out

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:39Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

WB6VAC < K7KY RR Doug in&out tonight. tu < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:40Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

Sending Pic:144×140; < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:41Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1499>>

… start

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

:hdr_fm:20

K7KY 20163108024107

:hdr_ed:20

K7KY 20160703235454

<blankform>

:mg:311 ORCA DIGITAL NET 30/aug/16 check-in/rotation:

Check-ins:9

Stations:

KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA

WB6SDR Ralph Folsom,CA

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT

W7GBB Bob Renton,WA

WA6NBG Don Eureka,CA

N6IET Rick Los Angeles,CA

WB6VAC Doug Republic,WA in&out

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

[WRAP:chksum AEB4][WRAP:end]

… end

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:42Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1498>>

ORCA Announcements 30/aug/16

Tonights weekly FLAMP practice message will become your traffic

for tonight. Please edit this file in a simple text editor like

Notepad and rename it with your callsign.

Details:

RX FLAMP message (callsign.txt) and save (FLAMP can auto-save RX files).

Edit information and rename file with your callsign.

TX new file in Traffic round with FLAMP using ‘ADD’ or ‘DnD’.

This exercise develops familiarity with the FLDIGI/FLAMP application

and your PC file system.

Weekly Net Report/Log usually posted by Wednesday (at):
www.orcadigitalnet.com/reports/

If you need to leave early, please check-out with NCS. < K7KY

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:43Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1500>>

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

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:43Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1498>>

OK tonight we’ll change the weekly FLAMP practice message Mindy usually sends.. I’ll send the file we need for the exercise tonight. it’s really pretty simple… RX this file and add a few things, delete a few things, rename it with your callsign and send it back to me during Traffic using FLAMP…. here comes the file and I’ll take your REPORTS direclty after…

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE K7KY

<PROG 18 2D18>{F3BB}FLAMP 2.2.03

<DATA 88 190C>{F3BB:2}d file on your station PC, editing and renaming the file, and sending the revise

<CNTL 10 1239>{F3BB:EOF}

<CNTL 10 B235>{F3BB:EOT}

DE K7KY K

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:47Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

Doug,

I only got block #2

-Ralph

I got no blocks ur sig is 5 db de w7gbb k

 

ALL ORCA WA6NBG WA6NBG < W7ZAP

Opps sorry for sending WA6NBG… K7KY is having FLDIGI issues… please stand by…

 

ALL ORCA < W7ZAP

While Doug sorts out his machine, I will re-send the FLAMP file for those who were not here last week.

Cancel… Doug is ready Back to NCS < W7ZAP

 

Before RSID: <<2016-08-31T02:50Z MFSK-32 (at) 14070000+1497>>

<STX>ORCA DIGITAL NET DE K7KY

 

<PROG 18 4F32>{10D9}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 33 9333>{10D9}20160831004614:callsign.txt

<ID 30 82BD>{10D9}K7KY Brookings,OR CN72ub

<SIZE 15 B0ED>{10D9}803 11 80

<DATA 88 E7F9>{10D9:1}This is an exercise using features in FLDIGI/FLAMP.

It entails saving a recei

<DATA 88 D596>{10D9:2}ved file on your station PC,

editing and renaming the file, and sending the rev

<DATA 88 A2C2>{10D9:3}ised

file to another station. FLAMP can be configured to

automatically save r

<DATA 88 1A0D>{10D9:4}eceived files. You will locate this

file, edit it, and rename it with your call

<DATA 88 BC71>{10D9:5}sign. This

is your traffic for tonight; NCS will ask for this file

in the Tra

<DATA 88 ACDD>{10D9:6}ffic round.

Details:

Edit this file to fill the blanks and rename the file w

<DATA 88 0587>{10D9:7}ith

your callsign. The infomation fields are relative to ORCA

DIGITAL NET. You

<DATA 88 9583>{10D9:8} will TX this file to NCS in FLAMP using the

‘ADD’ button or by drag&drop on th

<DATA 88 7CEC>{10D9:9}e red ‘DnD’ button.

——— Delete this portion before saving/sending —-

<DATA 89 8B45>{10D9:10}

Name:

Callsign:

QTH:

Organizations:

Operating Sys:

Rig:

Pwr:

Ant:

eMail

<DATA 12 C8A4>{10D9:11}:

<CNTL 10 BE56>{10D9:EOF}

<CNTL 10 1E5A>{10D9:EOT}

DE K7KY K

 

OK I’m rebooted and working again.. here we go for the report round…

KE6SLS

 

DE ke6sls

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE ke6sls K

 

WB6SDR

 

DE WB6SDR

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE WB6SDR K

 

W1EEP

 

DE W1EEP

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE W1EEP K

 

W7GBB

 

DE W7GBB

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE W7GBB K

 

WA6NBG

 

DE WA6NBG

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE WA6NBG K

 

N6IET

 

DE N6IET

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE N6IET K

 

W7ZAP

 

DE W7ZAP

File : callsign.txt

<MISSING 15 0316>{10D9}CONFIRMED

DE W7ZAP K

 

Well, it doesn’t get better than that… BREAK

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

OK we go to Traffic round now and take back the files you’ve created from the practice file… please send the revised file and we’ll fill blocks as necessary… when we finish with the FLAMP exercise, we can take any traffic you brought, time permitting… We begin with Jaye

KE6SLS < K7KY

ORCA de ke6sls

 

TU Doug. This will give the rest of the group a bit more time to finish

editing/saving the message and getting it ready for xmssn.

So, here we go from Eureka!

 

QST DE ke6sls

 

<PROG 18 1398>{326A}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 46 1CA3>{326A}20160830141830:ke6sls_flamp_exercise.txt

<ID 31 67EE>{326A}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 767C>{326A}405 4 128

<FILE 46 1CA3>{326A}20160830141830:ke6sls_flamp_exercise.txt

<ID 31 67EE>{326A}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 767C>{326A}405 4 128

<DATA 136 08F8>{326A:1}[b64:start]CgpOYW1lOgkJTS5KLiBJbmFibml0CkNhbGxzaWduOglrZTZzbHMKUVRIOgkJRXVyZWthISBDY

WxpZm9ybmlhCk9yZ2FuaXphdGlvbnM6CU9SQ0EsIEZXU

<DATA 136 CB49>{326A:2}kEsIEhBUkMsIE9FUywgQVJSTApPcGVyYXRpbmcgU3lzOglMaW51eCBNaW50IDEzIE1heWEgdXNpbmcg

S0RFIGRlc2t0b3AKUmlnOgkJS2Vud29vZCBUUzU3MERHLCBhb

<DATA 136 B80C>{326A:3}Gwgc29sYXIgcG93ZXJlZApQd3I6CQk1LTc1IHdhdHRzCkFudDoJCVNob3J0IGludmVydGVkIGRpcG9sZSw

gYXBwcm94IDEyJyBoaWdoCmVNYWlsOgkJa2U2c2xzQGFyc

<DATA 29 AF4B>{326A:4}mwubmV0Cg==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 7896>{326A:EOF}

<CNTL 10 D89A>{326A:EOT}

 

DE ke6sls K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : ke6sls_flamp_exercise.txt

<MISSING 15 9A2A>{326A}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

KE6SLS TU Jaye… that went perfectly and thanks for your comments before TX I should have said that myself, but forgot… I put those who were here last week to the top to give others time to work the exercise… if you don’t get it done in time, don’t eworry.. there was very little headsup on this and we’ll do it again.. BREAK WB6SDR OK Ralph pse send your file in FLAMP < K7KY

 

ORCA Digital Net DE WB6SDR

 

<PROG 18 7DE7>{42C9}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 31 8397>{42C9}20160831003657:WB6SDR.txt

<ID 29 4E23>{42C9}WB6SDR Folsom, CA Ralph

<SIZE 15 1504>{42C9}171 2 128

<DESC 21 6D5A>{42C9}Info for WB6SDR

<DATA 136 4D49>{42C9:1}

 

 

Name:Ralph

Callsign:WB6SDR

QTH:Folsom, CA

Organizations:SacJug Users group

Operating Sys:Weezy

Rig:FT897D

Pwr:20W

Ant:Inve

<DATA 51 45E4>{42C9:2}rted V (at) 55 ft.

eMail:WB6SDR (at)hotmail.com

<CNTL 10 F79E>{42C9:EOF}

<CNTL 10 5792>{42C9:EOT}

 

DE WB6SDR K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : WB6SDR.txt

<MISSING 15 8FE1>{42C9}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

W1EEP OK Gene ur up now… < K7KY

 

QST DE W1EEP

 

<PROG 18 8DBA>{D275}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 38 4558>{D275}20160831030303:call8-30-16-1.txt

<ID 18 BEC8>{D275}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 14 4748>{D275}172 3 64

<DATA 72 A6E1>{D275:1}

 

Name:

Callsign:W1EEP

QTH:PINE VALLEY UTAH

Organizations:E

<DATA 72 3E7F>{D275:2}OC CEDAR CITY UTAH

Operating Sys:

Rig:IC7100

Pwr:90 WATTS

An

<DATA 52 AE5B>{D275:3}t:DELTA LOOP

eMail:GENE (at)CUSTOM-TRUCK.NET

 

<CNTL 10 FECF>{D275:EOF}

<CNTL 10 5EC3>{D275:EOT}

 

DE W1EEP K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : call8-30-16-1.txt

<MISSING 15 DF1F>{D275}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

W1EEP Tnx Gene… I got this execise inspiration from the net where Gene lives… here’s the info

Idaho ERC Digital Net

06:15 PM 3581.0 USB +1500 Hz NCS Bliss W7RUG

BREAK W7GBB OK Bob I hope you’ve had enough time for this… < K7KY

 

QST DE W7GBB

 

<PROG 18 2FE1>{9F68}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 30 8F25>{9F68}20160831030820:W7GBB.txt

<ID 32 B05C>{9F68}W7GBB Renton, WA — CN87wm

<SIZE 14 DA95>{9F68}128 2 64

<DATA 72 B8BF>{9F68:1}Name: Bob

Callsign: W7GBB

QTH: Renton, WA

Rig: Elecraft K

<DATA 72 A297>{9F68:2}3

Pwr: 80 Watts

Ant: Windom

eMail: bob.W7GBB (at)gmail.com

<CNTL 10 A6E5>{9F68:EOF}

<CNTL 10 06E9>{9F68:EOT}

 

DE W7GBB K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : W7GBB.txt

<MISSING 15 7915>{9F68}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

WA6NBG Don let’s do the FLAMP exercise first and I’ll come back at the end for the Humboldt Bulletin.. tu < K7KY

 

QST DE WA6NBG

 

<PROG 18 CEDA>{E1C0}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 31 31B0>{E1C0}20160831030419:WA6NBG.txt

<ID 49 AE62>{E1C0}WA6NBG 25 Watts into 180 ft endfed up 25 ft

<SIZE 15 1BFE>{E1C0}888 14 64

 

QST DE WA6NBG BK

 

<DATA 72 4AF4>{E1C0:1}This is an exercise using features in FLDIGI/FLAMP.

It entail

<DATA 72 8D94>{E1C0:2}s saving a received file on your station PC,

editing and renami

<DATA 72 E58E>{E1C0:3}ng the file, and sending the revised

file to another station.

<DATA 72 708F>{E1C0:4}FLAMP can be configured to

automatically save received files. Y

<DATA 72 DED1>{E1C0:5}ou will locate this

file, edit it, and rename it with your call

<DATA 72 7BE7>{E1C0:6}sign. This

is your traffic for tonight; NCS will ask for this

<DATA 72 AFC2>{E1C0:7}file

in the Traffic round.

 

Details:

Edit this file to fill

<DATA 72 9DE1>{E1C0:8}the blanks and rename the file with

your callsign. The infomati

<DATA 72 96A8>{E1C0:9}on fields are relative to ORCA

DIGITAL NET. You will TX this fi

<DATA 73 79DB>{E1C0:10}le to NCS in FLAMP using the

‘ADD’ button or by drag&drop on th

<DATA 73 BCDB>{E1C0:11}e red ‘DnD’ button.

——— Delete this portion before saving

<DATA 73 D7B0>{E1C0:12}/sending —-

 

Name: Don Nelson

Callsign: WA6NBG

QTH: Eureka

<DATA 73 30B2>{E1C0:13}, CA

Organizations: Lots

Operating Sys: Windows 7

Rig: 857D

 

<DATA 65 3F1F>{E1C0:14}Pwr: 25 w

Ant: 180 ft endfed

eMail: wa6nbg (at)yahoo.com

 

<CNTL 10 29B6>{E1C0:EOF}

<CNTL 10 89BA>{E1C0:EOT}

 

QST DE WA6NBG K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : WA6NBG.txt

<MISSING 15 A1BB>{E1C0}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

N6IET

 

ORCA de N6IET

 

I missed last week, so I’ll need some extra time to figure this out. I’m new to Windows.

Besides, flamp just crashed after I accdientally saved Jaye’s file to my callsign. Now I can’t access Jaye’s file.

Had to quit flamp (losing Jayes’s message) and relaunch it.

I really can’t multi-task, and neither can this old Lenovo laptop.

However, I think this is a great idea!

de N6IET

 

N6IET FB Rick no worries.. I was concerned about springing it on everyone and thought two weeks would work well,but the net was small last week and only two of those here then are here tonight maybe 3 anyway I think this is very good for us to work on as we go along and we’ll repeat it again and do it often if members like it… all things considered, we’re doing very well with this expecially those who wern’t here last week… OK on to Mindy W7ZAP < K7KY

 

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

 

<PROG 18 D538>{59F5}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 30 9C92>{59F5}20160831030327:w7zap.txt

<ID 26 3E17>{59F5}W7ZAP Brookings, OR

<SIZE 14 54BE>{59F5}177 4 48

<DATA 56 9C20>{59F5:1}

Name: Mindy

Callsign: W7ZAP

QTH: Brookings, OR

 

<DATA 56 99C0>{59F5:2}Organization: ORCA, OEN, PBARC

Operating Sys: LI

<DATA 56 2971>{59F5:3}NUX

Rig: FT-857D

Pwr: 35w

Ant: 135ft doublet (at) 1

<DATA 41 4D68>{59F5:4}10ft

eMail: mindy (at)ferrycreek.com

 

<CNTL 10 1887>{59F5:EOF}

<CNTL 10 B88B>{59F5:EOT}

 

DE W7ZAP K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : w7zap.txt

<MISSING 15 99C8>{59F5}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

 

break de ke6sls k

 

KE6SLS Go ahead, Jaye… < K7KY

 

ORCA de ke6sls TU doug.

hey, I have got to do some more planning for tomorrow work, but I

d love to get some small fills from the other folks who sent in there

callsign.txt files. If that is possible. I can wait until after the

comment no worries, but I got so much of the other folks, it would be

nice to fill the few missing blocks here.

 

just my idea Doug, don’t shoot me!

de ke6sls k

 

KE6SLS OK no shooting I’ve asked the Ops to hold their traffic for this exercise Jaye.. and I’d like to give them a chance to send it after this exercise, so I have all files 100% and can fill you after net and anyone else who wants the info… I didn’t thinks that the info would be intereesting to eveyone but was just using it for the exercise and my database… hope this will work for everyone… and, if we ever

end up passing emergency traffic, I hope to be working with all of you… this went very well for a hasty exercise… BREAK WA6NBG Don please send your bulletin now… < K7KY

 

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WA6NBG 20163108023117

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:to:31 Eureka Emergency VHF Net & ORCA

:fm:10 Don WA6NBG

:d1:10 2016-08-29

:t1:5 1345L

:sb:48 Bulletins and Annoucements for August 29th, 2016

:s1:23 Donald O. Nelson WA6NBG

:mg:735 Humboldt Amateur Radio Club regular monthly meeting Tuesday, September 6th at 1900L, Eureka downtown fire station training

room.

 

Far West Repeater Asociation picnic Sunday, September 11 in Scotia.

 

Technician class Amateur Radio classes start Monday, September 12th. Don Campbell, KE6HEC is the contact for this class and can be contacted at 834-0042, or email ke6hec (at)arrl.net. The cost for the book is $35, the class is free of charge. The classes will take place at the down town Eureka Fire Department, 533 “C” street (6th & C). Classes from from 7PM to 9PM each Monday evening for 12 weeks.

 

Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net to wa6nbg (at)yahoo.com.

 

This ends the digital message for August 29th.

[WRAP:chksum E516][WRAP:end]

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WA6NBG TU Don BREAK There was one more station, at least, with traffic.. pse come now < K7KY

 

QST DE W1EEP

 

<PROG 18 AB4C>{EBAA}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 37 8035>{EBAA}20160831014434:ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<ID 18 983E>{EBAA}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 14 7293>{EBAA}397 7 64

<DATA 72 2927>{EBAA:1}[b64:start]AUxaTUEAAAFWXQAAAAQAHhmJhvwzDh5VwBotwJZi09WCWM9If+jCM

<DATA 72 B08A>{EBAA:2}aNRX4OJNc0Yr1B9V4t9snfsz1oZMhQEuvVaJOdpWLQBHrmvG1psl71rpnYNPUyLz

<DATA 72 DABB>{EBAA:3}mz2OxL1OU9cn5RCzroXEGO6TP/gr6rs4LVC+4cD2qhAtWCvun/+1weu4za2SDhlR

<DATA 72 42AC>{EBAA:4}DL2YzAO10pdtnX8VXq0petAeJxkkU6V803B47pS+1ubdguRnnGAfcJI2ZwAypeJ3

<DATA 72 B3C9>{EBAA:5}JDYfZhFKsk7B1lDp/gU+/QaST5dHad/22OqAt7R41T/6o+N9PsdnDSQGClbqzOis

<DATA 72 5703>{EBAA:6}idpnvWmCls+y34kHDGVmU8ddq01QtV6mP5AVVXLT5aZ72hK73HSqUvofL07fSxyZ

<DATA 21 E793>{EBAA:7}XZL

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 39D8>{EBAA:EOF}

<CNTL 10 99D4>{EBAA:EOT}

 

DE W1EEP K

 

The band is very good tonight Gene is 20over here.. I think we’ll get good reports.. here we go for one round only…

KE6SLS

 

DE ke6sls

File : w7zap.txt

<MISSING 15 99C8>{59F5}CONFIRMED

DE ke6sls K

 

DE ke6sls

File : W7GBB.txt

<MISSING 15 7915>{9F68}CONFIRMED

DE ke6sls K

 

WB6SDR

 

DE WB6SDR

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE WB6SDR K

 

W7GBBt

 

DE W7GBB

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE W7GBB K

 

WA6NBG

 

DE WA6NBG

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE WA6NBG K

 

N6IET

 

DE N6IET

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE N6IET K

 

W7ZAP

 

DE W7ZAP

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE W7ZAP K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

KE6SLS Jaye.. do you have a report for EBAA? < K7KY

 

de ke6sls

do I have report for ebaa?? not sure. . . what is ebba?

 

KE6SLS EBAA is the last msg sent in FLAMP by Gene W1EEP < K7KY

 

de ke6sls

 

ah, tu, My flamp sent two reports, both not the repors I asked it to send

grrrrrrr

yes, =here we go.

 

DE ke6sls

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 14 11E3>{EBAA}PREAMBLE

DE ke6sls K

 

OK that went very well again… this has been an FLAMP party tonight and the band is very good for once…. we can fill any of these files after net… BREAK

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

OK on to the Comment round beginning at the top with Jaye KE6SLS < K7KY

 

ORCA de ke6sls

sorry, multitasking, and we all know that MALES can NOT multitask, right! :)

Here’s my comments for tonight Doug.

 

k7ky s9, 8db, p3, 100% cp, qsb

w7zap, s9, 6db , 100% kb, 12db (at) flamp

wb6sdr, s7, 3db, 100% kb, 67% flamp

w1eep, s6, -4db, 100% kb, 75% flamp

w7gbb, s7, 0db, 100% kb, flamp

wa6nbg, s7, 2db, 100% kb, flamp

n6iet, s6, -10db, 90%

 

Good work holding it tight under pressure Doug! Nothing like

a quick boot to get the blood pumping! hihi

 

Odd thing with flamp, I clicked on COMP to see if it would be

much faster, only a few seconds, then un-clicked it, HOWEVER,

flamp decided to send it in COMP even though I DID NOT

select that! ohhhh, the pain of it all!

 

Can we get fills of others callsign.txt files?

 

Hot in Eureka today. The qth is still far warmer than normal.

No robe and fuzzy slippers, just shorts and a tall ICED TEA!

 

EBAA? oH, THE HEX thing!

 

de ke6sls

 

KE6SLS Tnx for a nice report, Jaye.. we’ll do fills on any file after we close I have them all BREAK WB6SDR OK Ralph ur up for comments… < K7KY

 

WB6SDR

Ralph

Folsom, CA

My Comments from file.

I must find my TV remote control! Multitask.

 

The following RX report is for Aug 30, 2016 at station WB6SDR Folsom, CA.

using a 80M inverted V at 55 ft. and Yaesu FT897D with 20 W.output.

_____________eaa_______ete®®®®®®’iF’s ž®®®®®®®®®®®®Y®®®®®®®÷et#0W

_________

CALL `Name Location S-Meter

 

KE6SIS Jaye Eureka,CA S9+15 dB

W1EEP Gene Pine Valley,UT S9+10 dB

W7GBB Bob Renton,WA S9+10 dB

W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR S9+10 dB

K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS < K7KY S9+10 dB

WB6VAC Doug Republic, WA S8

WA6NBG Don Eureka,CA S9+10 dB w/QSB

N6IET Rick LA S9+10 dB

 

73’s

Ralph

 

Good practice this evening and I enloyed it.

 

BTU NCS

 

WB6SDR Tnx Ralph nice report too.. there are some weird characters in the line ,you’ll see it in the net log. BREAK

W1EEP OK Gene ur turn.. < K7KY

 

K7KY DOUG GREAT NET TONIGHT BLISS WOULD BE PROUD THANKS FOR EVERYTHING GOOD JOB W1EEP

 

W1EEP TU Gene say hello to Bliss and give him our thanks for the inspiration… BREAK W7GBB OK Bob ur up now for comments.. < K7KY

 

de W7GBB

 

The unusual characters Doug was the result of QRM for a moment. . . .

Very, very good and steady conditions tonight.

100% from start to finish.

I don’t know the rotation so here you go Doug K7KY de W7GBB K

 

W7GBB Thanks for the note on QSB I didn’t think of interference I’ve been working on computer problems all day, it seems and they all look like computer issues now… OK BREAK WA6NBG up to you, Don… < K7KY

 

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WA6NBG 20163108034524

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WA6NBG 20163108034524

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:mg:590 Signal Reports and Comments from dú6NBG. Running 25 watts into 180 foot endfed up 25 feet. S8 noise level tonight.

 

Image P4

KE6SLS 100% s/n +1 to +9

WB6SDR 100% s/n +1 to +9

W1EEP 100% & FLAMP s/n +3 to +6

W7GBB 100% s/n +5 to +9

N6IET 100$ s/n -1 to +4

WB6VAC 100%

W7ZAP 100% & FLAMP s/n +8 to +12

K7KY 100% & FLMSG & FLAMP s/n +8 to +10

 

Difficult to get the file turned around in the alloted time. Interesting exercise. Not enough time left to fill in the reception reports. FLAMP received all the files 100% tonight. Good conditions. Jury duty tomorrow.

 

73 from WA6NBG

[WRAP:chksum A467][WRAP:end]

… end

 

WA6NBG Tnx Don too little time, for sure. We’ll do this again and there’ll be more time and more info too… As Jaye said, maybe multi tasking is not our best suite… anyway, thanks for working with it on the fly… the exercise is very useful for future traffic handling I think BREAK N6IET up to you, Rick < K7KY

 

ORCA de N6IET

I’m running 30 watts this evening.

Signal reports from Los Angeles on Hy-Gain AV-680 vertical on top of 60-foot high roof.

Signals improved as darkness fell, as usual. Considering K Index =3 we’re going good.

All but one flamp received 100%

Doug K7KY peaking at 10dB s/n and 100% print. ORCA logo was nearly clean.

Jaye KE6SLS 0 dB 100%

Ralph WB6SDR 9 dB 100%

Gene W1EEP 10 dB 100%. 100% copy of his Cat Trap flamp.

Bob W7GBB 5 dB 100%

Don WA6NBG -3 dB and received only half the blocks of his callsign flamp file,

but good copy on his Humbolt announcements.

Mindy W7ZAP 0 to 5 dB

 

de N6IET

 

N6IET FB Rick ur very strong here now… abt 20over BREAK W7ZAP OK Mindy uv got the red lantern tonight… < K7KY

 

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c 20163108024634

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:mg:632

W7ZAP copied the following stations:

 

KE6SLS 100% KBD, FLAMP (S9 +20 s/n= 8dB)

WB6SDR 100% KBD, FLAMP (S9 +20 s/n= 17dB)

W1EEP 100% KBD, FLAMP (S9 +15 s/n= 7dB)

W7GBB 100% KBD, FLAMP (2 files) (S9 +15 s/n= 7dB)

WA6NBG 100% KBD, FLAMP, FLMSG (S9 +20 s/n= 17dB)

N6IET 100% KBD (S9 +12 s/n= 11dB)

WB6VAC 100% KBD (S8)

K7KY 100% KBD, FLMSG, FLAMP, image

 

Great exercise Doug! It’s an easy task, but becomes more of a challenge during the net and when it’s unusual. Great to see you all on the WF tonight. Welcome back to W7GBB Bob.

KE6SLS Jaye – tnx for link for deb installer. LOL!Funny comments :-)

 

73,

Mindy W7ZAP kn

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W7ZAP TU Mindy great report… That’s it for exercise, traffic, and comments… any further comments or questions before we close… and, I’ll stay around to fill any files you want… < K7KY

After net, please use the pre-tone so we don’t double tu

 

This concludes the ORCA DIGITAL NET

for: 08/30/2016 20:54 PDT

 

Thank’s for working with us tonight.

We appreciate your time and interest.

Hope to see you again next week.

73 < Doug K7KY NCS

 

de N6IET

Doug, could you resend Jaye’s Callsign flamp?

Thanks!

 

de N6IET

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 1398>{326A}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 46 1CA3>{326A}20160830141830:ke6sls_flamp_exercise.txt

<ID 31 67EE>{326A}ke6sls Eureka, California

<SIZE 15 767C>{326A}405 4 128

<DATA 136 08F8>{326A:1}[b64:start]CgpOYW1lOgkJTS5KLiBJbmFibml0CkNhbGxzaWduOglrZTZzbHMKUVRIOgkJRXVyZWthISBDY

WxpZm9ybmlhCk9yZ2FuaXphdGlvbnM6CU9SQ0EsIEZXU

<DATA 136 CB49>{326A:2}kEsIEhBUkMsIE9FUywgQVJSTApPcGVyYXRpbmcgU3lzOglMaW51eCBNaW50IDEzIE1heWEgdXNpbmcg

S0RFIGRlc2t0b3AKUmlnOgkJS2Vud29vZCBUUzU3MERHLCBhb

<DATA 136 B80C>{326A:3}Gwgc29sYXIgcG93ZXJlZApQd3I6CQk1LTc1IHdhdHRzCkFudDoJCVNob3J0IGludmVydGVkIGRpcG9sZSw

gYXBwcm94IDEyJyBoaWdoCmVNYWlsOgkJa2U2c2xzQGFyc

<DATA 29 AF4B>{326A:4}mwubmV0Cg==

[b64:end]

<CNTL 10 7896>{326A:EOF}

<CNTL 10 D89A>{326A:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

DE N6IET

File : ke6sls_flamp_exercise.txt

<MISSING 15 9A2A>{326A}CONFIRMED

DE N6IET K

 

Thanks!

 

N6IET FB any more? otherwise, I’ll move on to Jaye… < K7KY

 

Nope Got ’em all.

 

N6IET OK Rick tnx for working with us tonight… cu BREAK KE6SLS what u need? < K7KY

 

k7ky de ke6sls TU Doug. lets start with wb6sdr.

 

DE ke6sls

File : Unassigned

<MISSING 14 A697>{42C9}PREAMBLE

DE ke6sls K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 7DE7>{42C9}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 31 8397>{42C9}20160831003657:WB6SDR.txt

<ID 29 4E23>{42C9}WB6SDR Folsom, CA Ralph

<SIZE 15 1504>{42C9}171 2 128

<DESC 21 6D5A>{42C9}Info for WB6SDR

<DATA 136 4D49>{42C9:1}—

 

 

Name:Ralph

Callsign:WB6SDR

QTH:Folsom, CA

Organizations:SacJug Users group

Operating Sys:Weezy

Rig:FT897D

Pwr:20W

Ant:Inve

<DATA 51 45E4>{42C9:2}rted V (at) 55 ft.

eMail:WB6SDR (at)hotmail.com

 

<CNTL 10 F79E>{42C9:EOF}

<CNTL 10 5792>{42C9:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

okay, into new mode for speed. Can you fill the blocks instead

of whole message. I want to see if flamp will complete just the

missing blocks.

 

next, w1eep, here’s the report:

 

DE ke6sls

File : Unassigned

<MISSING 14 5857>{D275}PREAMBLE

DE ke6sls K

 

KE6SLS Jaye… I can’t send only the blocks you need right now, I don’t know why, but I can type into the Missing window… and the app has blocks stored from all the stations anyway I’ll have to send as I can… here comes Gene’s file and, they are all sort mostly

 

DE K7KY

File : call8-30-16-1.txt

<MISSING 15 DF1F>{D275}CONFIRMED

DE K7KY K

KE6SLS Oops.. Op error…

 

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 8DBA>{D275}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 38 4558>{D275}20160831030303:call8-30-16-1.txt

<ID 18 BEC8>{D275}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 14 4748>{D275}172 3 64

<DATA 72 A6E1>{D275:1}

 

Name:

Callsign:W1EEP

QTH:PINE VALLEY UTAH

Organizations:E

<DATA 72 3E7F>{D275:2}OC CEDAR CITY UTAH

Operating Sys:

Rig:IC7100

Pwr:90 WATTS

An

<DATA 52 AE5B>{D275:3}t:DELTA LOOP

eMail:GENE (at)CUSTOM-TRUCK.NET

 

<CNTL 10 FECF>{D275:EOF}

<CNTL 10 5EC3>{D275:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

k7ky de ke6sls

 

good work, now, the reason I am giving you call sign is so you can

click on that message in flamp. Then use the FETCH button. It SHOULD

work, though, I can’t confirm this at this point. So I have one more.

 

Lets try it. I think all I need is again, the preamble.

 

okay, it’s the one from w1eep and you gave the hex id for it as

EBAA. Click on that file so it is high lighted on your flamp. I’ll wait. . .

. . .

 

Okay, now I will send the report, lets see if flamp is savvy enough to

send just the fill and not the whole message after you click on fetch. :)

 

DE ke6sls

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 14 11E3>{EBAA}PREAMBLE

DE ke6sls K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 8DBA>{D275}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 38 4558>{D275}20160831030303:call8-30-16-1.txt

<ID 18 BEC8>{D275}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 14 4748>{D275}172 3 64

<CNTL 10 FECF>{D275:EOF}

<CNTL 10 5EC3>{D275:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

BAMB !! that did it! WHOOHOOOOOO!

it’s all a learning experience right! :)

 

I was wondering if it would work. So that will save a lot of

time in slower modes, don’t have to relay whole message, just use

the fetch button, if it will work, then only sends the bit needed.

 

Will thank you Doug, this has been a blast. I’m zonked now, need to

make some dinner and get ready for night night daily gone!

 

TU om. you did well again!

 

k7ky ORCA de ke6sls k

 

KE6SLS tnx Jaye… more Op error… I do use fetch, but didn’t know 0 is the symbol for preamble this feature usuallyl works well, but does get confused, or maybe it’s me, when there’s lots of stations sending needed blocks… do you want to fill the last file, ‘EBAA’ ? <

K7KY

 

k7ky de ke6sls

yeah, do it!

de ke6sls k

 

KE6SLS best send me your report on this file as it’s longer and I don’t have the blocks yet… tu < K7KY

 

DE ke6sls

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 14 11E3>{EBAA}PREAMBLE

DE ke6sls K

 

<STX>

DE K7KY

 

FLAMP Relay

 

<PROG 18 AB4C>{EBAA}FLAMP 2.2.03

<FILE 37 8035>{EBAA}20160831014434:ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<ID 18 983E>{EBAA}W1EEP DM37GJ

<SIZE 14 7293>{EBAA}397 7 64

<CNTL 10 39D8>{EBAA:EOF}

<CNTL 10 99D4>{EBAA:EOT}

 

DE K7KY K

 

DE ke6sls

File : ORCA_8-30-16.p2s

<MISSING 15 A856>{EBAA}CONFIRMED

DE ke6sls K

 

KE6SLS Great, Jaye… that’s it then… I’ve been at this computer or the other one all day changeing back to XP and then a the last hour back to Linux still, it came off OK tonight thanks for your support and participation enjoy you dinner and I hope yyou awake refreshed and excited to go to work (-: 73 < K7KY

k7ky de ke6sls

 

fb Doug. No worirxxx okay, type s l o w l y Jaye… You did good

tonight. this was a good ex to do and long over due. I think the ops

enjoyed it as much as we did and tha”Ir¨all good. I want to see if we

can dial in flamp. it really needs some tyupe of display to tell us if

it decides to die or get wierd. I’ve seen good msgg on fldigi, nothing

on flamp and that should never happen. I think it would be a very simple

hack to set up a little green/red indicator on flamp/fldigi if they stop

communicating and get stupid for whatever reason. I really wish I was

able to hack code, this would be fun to do!

 

okay, you two have a good night. I just fired up the fan to uxxx pull

the hot air out of livingroom and hope I can get the place cooled down

for sleepy time!

 

73 and look forward to the report! TU for all this guys.

73

de Jaye ke6sls k

 

KE6SLS Mindy says GN too, Jaye… cu soon 73 Doug K7KY sk dit dit

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