16/AUG/22 Report

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ORCA DIGITAL NET 16/Aug/22 Check-In/Rotation

Check-ins: 22
Stations:
__KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
__N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX
__W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX
__N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR
__W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA (QNX@20:03)
__KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
KS6M John Oakland,CA
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV
__N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX
__N4KBT Kyle Meridian,ID QNX
__N7SDC Steve Rigby,ID QNX
__N7OOS Earl Boise,ID QNX
__KK6RJR Richard Bakersfield,CA QNX Relay: W6ADZ
__W7EAZ Mark Federal Way,WA QNX
__WB7TZD Tom Vancouver, WA QNX
__KM7H Jim Addy,WA QNX
__AC6DF Norm Lacey, WA QNX
W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR NCS
K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS

ORCA consumed most of Tuesday. Doug spent the entire day working on ORCA stuff. We had 3 main issues: Instruction accuracy, Macro experiments, and questions regarding FLMSG & default PC Editors. We did a lot of two station testing too. The net revealed we we’re still off course in a couple places. It seems, the more we learn, the more we need to learn. Thanks for your patience as we continue learning the FLDIGI NBEMS suite.

The Advanced Exercise that requires using a PC Editor instead of FLMSG is actually about Browsers, Spreadsheets, Databases, etc, not just Text Editors. The Exercise gives practice using another software application while handling traffic in the FLDIGI NBEMS suite. You may need to copy from a Browser or Database to add information to a message. We didn’t realize the FLMSG Plain Text output from the File/View/ menu contains no additional overhead. It’s similar to an ordinary Text Editor. The FLMSG Plain Text Form is not the same; it contains additional control characters that generate the Form. Going forward, Advanced NBEMS Exercises will use FLMSG and a PC Text Editor. The PC Text Editor simulates numerous PC software applications. We specify a PC Text Editor because all Operating Systems have one.

Here’s some Advanced Exercise data. Note the difference in Blocks used and Block Size:
WB7EUX 1 64
AE6LJ 1 64
KE6SLS 2 64 Binary
KJ7VGV 4 64 Mac
N2RSN 1 64
W7EAZ 1 64
N7SDC 0 64 incomplete copy of Announcements
KM7H 1 96
5 of 8 Ops needed only 1 Block of 64bytes to complete the Exercise. One station didn’t copy Announcements well and missed the target sentence. Different results imply different process.

Currently, we both conduct the net with Panasonic Toughbook CF-C2/Win8.1. We’ve had no problem developing Macros that work correctly on Win & Linux platforms. Mac is another story. Most Macros work as expected on Mac, but not all. Individual system configuration may account for some errors. We’ve done some troubleshooting with Don KJ7VGV and Bruno KG7VVN who both use Macs. Going forward, we’ll do our best to ascertain our Macro work on all platforms. Those using Macs can network to solve specific Mac issues.

Macro development is also challenging. We’ll continue experimenting with the Path Evaluation Macro in Comments every 1st Tuesday. Version 2 of the Path Evaluation Macro is available for download in the right column of our website. We’ve added two background Tags. We’ll use v2 for our next Macro experiment on 05/Sep/22. In that session, all Active Ops will use the Path Evaluation Macro during Comments. You won’t email other ORCA Ops’  images this session, but email the beginning/ending NCS Test images as usual. We’ll publish two columns in the Net Report, one depicting net-member reception of NCS, and one depicting NCS reception of net-stations. Monitoring stations can use the Path Evaluation Macro in the after-net Monitor’s Session.

We’ve added <GOHOME> & <LOCK:on> to the Path Evaluation Macro. <GOHOME> is a particularly useful Tag with wide application. The combination of <GOHOME> and <LOCK:on> set and Lock your cursor @ 1500wf. We use it in numerous Macros for automatic freq-check & Lock. With <LOCK:on>, it doesn’t matter where you’re copying the other station, your transmission will be @ 1500wf. You can experiment with these Tags b4 we use them on 05/Sep/22.

We hope you find publishing the Net Log useful. We edit noise out of the log to make it readable. Few would wade through all the noise for content. We often run with Squelch off to catch weak signals. This packs the log with noise. We routinely refer to net logs to review events and resolve questions.

Welcome back Bob N7RPB in Medford,OR and Kyle N7OOS in Boise,ID. Band condx finally enabled Tom WB7EUX to work the net tonight from Joseph,OR. Poor propagation has restricted him to monitoring lately. Six stations took advantage of the after-net Monitor’s Session. When band condx improve with nightfall, we’re often able to CONFIRM stations that didn’t copy well earlier in the net.

Images from the net:

KE6SLS Eureka, CA
KJ7VGV Reno, NV
KK6RJR Bakersfield, CA
KM7H Addy, WA
KS6M Oakland, CA
N7SDC Rigby, ID
W6ADZ Reno, NV
W7WSV Mesa, AZ
Wb7EUX Joseph, OR

We enjoyed working with you this evening and hope to see you again next Tuesday.
73 Doug K7KY & Mindy W7ZAP

— Net Log —

de W7WXV

Please do not forget to send your callsign when tuning up.  Pesky FCC rules and all that.

de W7WXV

ORCA… I hv   KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
from the RX buffer…

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Early Ck-In
Advanced NBEMS Exercise Tonight w/Traffic Round
SEND on 1 line:
‘CALLSIGN’ only (Active)
‘CALLSIGN QNX’ (In&Out)
‘CALL NAME QTH QNX’ (1st Ck-In) < K7KY/NCS

N7RBP BOB
de N7RBP k

N7RBP < K7KY TU Bob
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX < K7KY
Hi Bob  ur ck-in looks like u intend to participate
Pse put all ck-in on one line and include QNX when u don’t mean to participate.. tu    < K7KY

QNX IN AND OUT PSE
de N7RBP k

W7WXV QNX

W7WXV < K7KY TU Carroll
W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX < K7KY/NCS

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:03Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

N2RSN QNX

N2RSN < K7KY TU David
N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
GE David   pse turn off TxID for ORCA tu  < K7KY

WB7EUX

WB7EUX < K7KY GE Tom TU
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR < K7KY

Double

W6ADZ < K7KY TU Darrell
W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX < K7KY/NCS

AE6LJ

AE6LJ < K7KY GE Lamar TU
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA < K7KY

NCS < KW6M  KW6M  QNX

KW6M < K7KY TU Steve
KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX < K7KY/NCS

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Early Ck-In
Advanced NBEMS Exercise Tonight w/Traffic Round
SEND on 1 line:
‘CALLSIGN’ only (Active)
‘CALLSIGN QNX’ (In&Out)
‘CALL NAME QTH QNX’ (1st Ck-In) < K7KY/NCS

QRZ?  ORCA DIGITAL NET Early Ck-In < K7KY/NCS

KE6SLS

KE6SLS < K7KY GE Jaye TU
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA < K7KY

KS6M

KS6M < K7KY GE John TU
KS6M John Oakland,CA < K7KY

KJ7VGV

KJ7VGV < K7KY GE Don TU
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV < K7KY

NCS de N6ZZO N6ZZO QNX 1 watt

N6ZZO < K7KY TU Kai
N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX < K7KY/NCS

Early ORCA Ck-Ins:
KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX
W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX
N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR
W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA
KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
KS6M John Oakland,CA
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV
N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Early Ck-In
Advanced NBEMS Exercise Tonight w/Traffic Round
SEND on 1 line:
‘CALLSIGN’ only (Active)
‘CALLSIGN QNX’ (In&Out)
‘CALL NAME QTH QNX’ (1st Ck-In) < K7KY/NCStl o


no cpy last station  agn pse < K7KY

N4KBT  QNX

N4KBT < K7KY TU Kyle
N4KBT Kyle Meridian,ID QNX < K7KY/NCS

QRZ?  ORCA DIGITAL NET Early Ck-In < K7KY/NCS

NCS <  sLdat  SSil1 :tqtnr

Can u relay the last station?  < K7KY

Sri  no copy on the last stn   maybe a bit later will work  < K7KY

N7SDC  QNX

N7SDC < K7KY TU Steve
N7SDC Steve Rigby,ID QNX < K7KY/NCS

Early ORCA Ck-Ins:
KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX
W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX
N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR
W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA
KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
KS6M John Oakland,CA
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV
N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX
N4KBT Kyle Meridian,ID QNX
N7SDC Steve Rigby,ID QNX

QRZ?  ORCA DIGITAL NET Early Ck-In < K7KY/NCS

N7OOS Earl Bose, ID EmPower 40 watts qnx
de N7OOS k

N7OOS < K7KY TU Earl
N7OOS Earl BOISE,ID QNX

Thanks for checking in, Earl  Pse review ‘Ck-In/Out’
@: orcadigitalnet.com/quick-start/ and use our Ck-In
Protocol. Try our Ck-In Macros on the Macro page. TU
BK     Next 4 Early Ck-In?  < K7KY/NCS

W6ADZ relay – NCS < KK6RJR KK6RJR – QNX

KK6RJR < K7KY TU Richard
KK6RJR Richard Bakersfield,CA QNX Relay: W6ADZ  < K7KY
W6ADZ  < K7KY Tnx 4 Relay, Darrell  < K7KY
W7EAZ  QNX

W7EAZ < K7KY TU Mark
W7EAZ Mark Federal Way,WA QNX < K7KY/NCS

Early ORCA Ck-Ins:
KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX
W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX
N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR
W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA
KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
KS6M John Oakland,CA
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV
N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX
N4KBT Kyle Meridian,ID QNX
N7SDC Steve Rigby,ID QNX
N7OOS Earl BOISE,ID QNX
KK6RJR Richard Bakersfield,CA QNX Relay: W6ADZ
W7EAZ Mark Federal Way,WA QNX

2022-08-16  19:30:49p  02:30:49z
WELCOME to ORCA DIGITAL NET
Doug K7KY/NCS, Brookings,OR, 35w, 210′ Doublet @ 80′

ORCA meets every Tuesday 1930p/0330z – 3.581+1500 – MFSK-32
NBEMS Software: FLDIGI, FLMSG, FLAMP. Dave W1HKJ, Developer

ORCA is a DIRECTED Net, dedicated to learning and developing
digital operating skills and practicing NBEMS traffic handling.
ORCA connects Amateur Operators with common interest in
training, information-sharing, and mutual-aid.
Practice makes perfect!

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

Following check-in NCS sends:
1) Signal evaluation image (30sec)
2) Rotation list
3) Announcements

Basic NBEMS Exercise:
Have FLAMP open. Stay Focused, Exercise is brisk.
No Traffic Round 4 Basic NBEMS Exercise

Comment Round: RX reports, observations, questions,
comments, or brief QSTs w/reference URL.

CONFIG FLDIGI 4 NET:
LOCK: Cursor @ 1500
ENABLE: RxID
DISABLE: TxID, end-of-Tx-ID, Pre-Signal-Tone*
DISABLE: Mode-ID, CWID, CW-Postamble-ID
* Pre-Tone manually (TUNE BUTTON) when doubles are likely.

—–

REMAINING CK-INS COME NOW
ACTIVE Ops Send: ‘CALLSIGN’ or VidID
MONITORING Ops Send: ‘CALLSIGN QNX’ (QNI/QNX)
FIRST TIME Op? Send: CALL/NAME/QTH/QNX
< K7KY/NCS

KS6M   John, Pse Relay call 4 Ck-In tu  < NCS
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:34Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:34Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KS6M relaying ORCA DIGITAL NET Ck-in
Not Copying NCS? Ck-in here… < KS6M

Nothing heard < KS6M

RR John tu BK

Signal Evaluation Image
Sending Pic:140×140;< K7KY

… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn 0RCA.b2s]<flmsg>4.0.19.02
:hdr_fm:20
K7KY 20221708023558
:hdr_ed:20
K7KY 20192409231907
<blankform>
:mg:599 ORCA DIGITAL NET 16/Aug/22 Check-In/Rotation

Check-ins: 19
Stations:
KF7ZIY Dave Vancouver,WA QNX
N7RBP Bob Medford,OR QNX
W7WXV Carroll Prineville,OR QNX
N2RSN David Keno,OR QNX
WB7EUX Tom Joseph,OR
W6ADZ Darrell Reno,NV QNX
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA
KW6M Steve Walton,OR QNX
KE6SLS Jaye Eureka,CA
KS6M John Oakland,CA
KJ7VGV Don Reno,NV
N6ZZO Kai Mckinleyville,CA QNX
N4KBT Kyle Meridian,ID QNX
N7SDC Steve Rigby,ID QNX
N7OOS Earl BOISE,ID QNX
KK6RJR Richard Bakersfield,CA QNX Relay: W6ADZ
W7EAZ Mark Federal Way,WA QNX
W7ZAP Mindy Brookings,OR NCS
K7KY Doug Brookings,OR NCS
[WRAP:chksum 959D][WRAP:end] … end

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.

Heads-Up for tonight’s Advanced NBEMS Exercise. FLMSG files include control characters that create the Forms. These hidden characters increase file size. A brief sentence in a Blank Form is 142bytes, the same sentence output as Plain Text is 68bytes. The same sentence in Win/Notepad is also 68bytes. We enable messages to transfer faster by reducing unnecessary file overhead. To create a FLMSG file w/o Form overhead, use ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens your default PC Editor, suggesting file name, ‘blankform.txt’, & Saving in: …/NBEMS.files/ICS/.

If you want to store Plain Text files w/all other FLMSG files, add the ‘message’ directory/folder, ie: …/NBEMS.files/ICS/messages/. All FLMSG Form files default to: …/NBEMS.files/ICS/messages/. It’s more intuitive to store them all in one directory/folder.

Thanks for the feedback on critiquing Advanced NBEMS Exercise results. Nearly everyone would like to know Exercise objectives and prefer continuing with self-evaluation/correction. We agree; we don’t have time to add a task to the net. Fall and Winter will bring larger Rosters and we want to keep net sessions close to an hour. We’re always interested in resolving Exercise and operational questions after net or by email & phone.

We’ll continue experimenting with the Path Evaluation Macro in Comments every 1st Tuesday.  The Path Evaluation Macro Version 2 is available for download in the right column of our website. We’ve added two background Tags. We’ll use v2 for our next Macro experiment on 05/Sep/22. In that session, all Active Ops will use the Path Evaluation Macro during Comments. You won’t send any Comment Round images this session, but will send the beginning/ending Test images as usual. We’ll publish two columns in the Net Report. One depicting net-member reception of NCS, and one depicting NCS reception of net-members. Monitoring stations can use the Path Evaluation Macro in the after-net Monitor’s Session.

We’ve added <GOHOME> & <LOCK:on> to the Path Evaluation Macro. <GOHOME> is a particularly useful Tag with wide application . The combination of <GOHOME> and <LOCK:on> set and lock your cursor @ 1500wf. We use it in numerous Macros for automatic freq-check & Lock. With <LOCK:on>, it doesn’t matter where you’re copying the other station, your transmission will be @ 1500wf.

Next is the Basic NBEMS Exercise w/Mindy W7ZAP  < K7KY
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:41Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

This Advanced NBEMS Exercise begins in PSK-500R (440wpm,500hz,FEC). We’ll
fill  with THOR50x1 (176wpm,900hz,FEC), & MFSK-32 (630hz,120wpm,100%,FEC).
Check your Filters < W7ZAP

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:42Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:42Z PSK-500R @ 3581000+1500>>

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 3E38>{FE42}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<DATA 88 B5D8>{FE42:1}
Advanced – FLDIGI/FLMSG/FLAMP file-manipulation exercise

Assume you’ve r
<DATA 88 7750>{FE42:2}eceived a time-sensitive field-report for IC. Open an FLMSG Blank Form. Scroll u
<DATA 88 92D8>{FE42:3}p in the RX buffer to Announcements & Copy the single sentence below Announcemen
<DATA 88 E392>{FE42:4}ts. Paste it in FLMSG. Select the FLMSG menu, ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens
<DATA 88 5B44>{FE42:5} your default PC Editor. Name the file, ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ and Save.

In TRAFFIC
<DATA 88 BA52>{FE42:6} Round, send ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ to NCS using FLAMP, or send QRU. Before sending,
<DATA 35 A70A>{FE42:7}change ‘QST’ to ‘K7KY’.   7
<CNTL 10 EBA2>{FE42:EOF}
<CNTL 10 4BAE>{FE42:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:43Z PSK-500R @ 3581000+1500>>

For REPORTS, I’ll prompt you in order with
your CALLSIGN only. Press the FLAMP ‘REPORT’
Button or send  ‘No Copy’.  I may ask you
to RELAY fill blocks.

We begin with… WB7EUX

DE WB7EUX
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 18 3A42>{FE42}1 2 3 4 6 7
DE WB7EUX K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:43Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

AE6LJ

DE AE6LJ
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 15 1AB6>{FE42}CONFIRMED
DE AE6LJ K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:44Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KE6SLS

DE ke6sls
File : Unassigned
<MISSING 14 305A>{FE42}PREAMBLE
DE ke6sls K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:44Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KS6M

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:45Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KJ7VGV

DE KJ7VGV
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 12 9C4F>{FE42}1 2 3
DE KJ7VGV K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:45Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>
] KS6M

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:45Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:46Z THOR 50 x1 @ 3581000+1500>>

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 3E38>{FE42}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<DATA 88 B5D8>{FE42:1}
Advanced – FLDIGI/FLMSG/FLAMP file-manipulation exercise

Assume you’ve r
<DATA 88 7750>{FE42:2}eceived a time-sensitive field-report for IC. Open an FLMSG Blank Form. Scroll u
<DATA 88 92D8>{FE42:3}p in the RX buffer to Announcements & Copy the single sentence below Announcemen
<DATA 88 E392>{FE42:4}ts. Paste it in FLMSG. Select the FLMSG menu, ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens
<DATA 88 5B44>{FE42:5} your default PC Editor. Name the file, ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ and Save.

In TRAFFIC
<DATA 88 BA52>{FE42:6} Round, send ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ to NCS using FLAMP, or send QRU. Before sending,
<DATA 35 A70A>{FE42:7}change ‘QST’ to ‘K7KY’.   7
<CNTL 10 EBA2>{FE42:EOF}
<CNTL 10 4BAE>{FE42:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:47Z THOR 50 x1 @ 3581000+1500>>

WB7EUX

DE WB7EUX
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 15 1AB6>{FE42}CONFIRMED
DE WB7EUX K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:47Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KE6SLS

DE ke6sls
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 15 1AB6>{FE42}CONFIRMED
DE ke6sls K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:48Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KS6M

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:48Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KJ7VGV

DE KJ7VGV
File : ex270A.txt
<MISSING 15 1AB6>{FE42}CONFIRMED
DE KJ7VGV K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:49Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE W7ZAP

<PROG 18 3E38>{FE42}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<DATA 88 B5D8>{FE42:1}
Advanced – FLDIGI/FLMSG/FLAMP file-manipulation exercise

Assume you’ve r
<DATA 88 7750>{FE42:2}eceived a time-sensitive field-report for IC. Open an FLMSG Blank Form. Scroll u
<DATA 88 92D8>{FE42:3}p in the RX buffer to Announcements & Copy the single sentence below Announcemen
<DATA 88 E392>{FE42:4}ts. Paste it in FLMSG. Select the FLMSG menu, ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens
<DATA 88 5B44>{FE42:5} your default PC Editor. Name the file, ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ and Save.

In TRAFFIC
<DATA 88 BA52>{FE42:6} Round, send ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ to NCS using FLAMP, or send QRU. Before sending,
<DATA 35 A70A>{FE42:7}change ‘QST’ to ‘K7KY’.   7
<CNTL 10 EBA2>{FE42:EOF}
<CNTL 10 4BAE>{FE42:EOT}

DE W7ZAP K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:51Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KS6M

DE KS6M
File : Unassigned
<MISSING 14 305A>{FE42}PREAMBLE
DE KS6M K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:52Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KJ7VGV  < W7ZAP Don pls relay whole file in this mode
TNX < W7ZAP

KJ7VGV

FLAMP Relay

<PROG 18 3E38>{FE42}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 31 F761>{FE42}20220816232422:ex270A.txt
<ID 17 0460>{FE42}W7ZAP SW/OR
<SIZE 14 DA36>{FE42}507 7 80
<DATA 88 B5D8>{FE42:1}
Advanced – FLDIGI/FLMSG/FLAMP file-manipulation exercise

Assume you’ve r
<DATA 88 7750>{FE42:2}eceived a time-sensitive field-report for IC. Open an FLMSG Blank Form. Scroll u
<DATA 88 92D8>{FE42:3}p in the RX buffer to Announcements & Copy the single sentence below Announcemen
<DATA 88 E392>{FE42:4}ts. Paste it in FLMSG. Select the FLMSG menu, ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens
<DATA 88 5B44>{FE42:5} your default PC Editor. Name the file, ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ and Save.

In TRAFFIC
<DATA 88 BA52>{FE42:6} Round, send ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ to NCS using FLAMP, or send QRU. Before sending,
<DATA 35 A70A>{FE42:7}change ‘QST’ to ‘K7KY’.   7
<CNTL 10 EBA2>{FE42:EOF}
<CNTL 10 4BAE>{FE42:EOT}

DE KJ7VGV K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:54Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

KS6M

o ³= Nnmtiit7DE KfFlc7File : Unassigned
<MISSING 14 305A>{FE42}PREAMBLE
DE KS6M K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T02:54Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

K7KY < W7ZAP
Most stns CONFIRMED
KS6M you can fill missing blocks in the Monitors net if u like

Tnx to KJ7VGV Don for the relay
BTN  < W7ZAP

Tnx Mindy    Exercise went well.   We spend enough time to allow the Active stations to complete the Exercise
BK

First station up 4 Traffic Round tonite is Tom WB7EUX < NCS

šB7EUX

<PROG 18 FE5D>{E33F}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 36 572A>{E33F}20220817024751:WB7EUX_270A.txt
<ID 22 C7B6>{E33F}WB7EUX Joseph OR
<SIZE 13 E58F>{E33F}59 1 64
<DATA 67 3BF3>{E33F:1}Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.
<CNTL 10 614D>{E33F:EOF}
<CNTL 10 C141>{E33F:EOT}

DE WB7EUX K

DE K7KY
File : WB7EUX_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 D549>{E33F}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

Next 4 Traffic is Lamar AE6LJ  < NCS

K7KY DE AE6LJ

<PROG 18 1EDE>{B126}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 35 C32B>{B126}20220817024601:AE6LJ_270A.txt
<ID 30 4947>{B126}AE6LJ Briceland, CA CN80
<SIZE 13 9145>{B126}59 1 64
<DATA 67 DA93>{B126:1}Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.
<CNTL 10 78F1>{B126:EOF}
<CNTL 10 D8FD>{B126:EOT}

DE AE6LJ K

DE K7KY
File : AE6LJ_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 521F>{B126}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K
Over 2 Jaye KE6SLS 4 Traffic < K7KY

k7ky DE ke6sls

<PROG 18 FB12>{8409}FLAMP 2.2.05
<FILE 36 A882>{8409}20220817025153:ke6sls_270A.txt
<ID 23 2C37>{8409}ke6sls Eureka! CA
<SIZE 13 55CF>{8409}78 2 64
<DATA 72 C798>{8409:1}
“Jn ano¶ ut!kkS.7tg tQnebÍbG3O=¦ for tonight’s Advanced NBE
<DATA 22 A831>{8409:2}MS Exercise.”

<CNTL 10 1A09>{8409:EOF}
<CNTL 10 BA05>{8409:EOT}

DE ke6sls K

DE K7KY
File : ke6sls_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 3EA1>{8409}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

Next 4 Traffic is John KS6M  < NCS

Next 4 Traffic is Don KJ7VGV  < NCS

K7KY DE KJ7VGV

<PROG 18 479C>{6FAF}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 38 E4A6>{6FAF}20220817024757:KJ7VGV_ex270A.txt
<ID 19 2DF3>{6FAF}KJ7VGV DM09cm
<SIZE 14 8DE9>{6FAF}193 4 64
<FILE 38 E4A6>{6FAF}20220817024757:KJ7VGV_ex270A.txt
<ID 19 2DF3>{6FAF}KJ7VGV DM09cm
<SIZE 14 8DE9>{6FAF}193 4 64
<DATA 72 230C>{6FAF:1}[b64:start]PGZsbXNnPjQuMC4yMAo6aGRyX2VkOjIyIApLSjdWR1YgMjAyMjE3M
<DATA 72 DBB4>{6FAF:2}DgwMjQ3NTcKPHBsYWludGV4dD4KOm1nOjU5IFRvbmlnaHQgd2UgaGF2ZSBhbiBBZ
<DATA 72 782D>{6FAF:3}HZhbmNlZCBOQkVNUyBFeGVyY2lzZSB3L1RyYWZmaWMgUm91bmQuCg==
[b64:end
<DATA 9 9993>{6FAF:4}] <CNTL 10 4FA9>{6FAF:EOF}
<CNTL 10 EFA5>{6FAF:EOT}

DE KJ7VGV K

DE K7KY
File : KJ7VGV_ex270A.txt
<MISSING 15 EB30>{6FAF}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

ORCA DIGITAL NET
20:02:59p  03:02:59z
Late Ck-In?  < NCS

AE6LJ Re-Check QNX pls

AE6LJ < K7KY TU Lamar
AE6LJ Lamar Redway,CA QNX < K7KY

The COMMENT ROUND is next.
Lamar AE6LJ is up first < NCS Error   pse stand by < K7KY

The COMMENT ROUND is next.
Tom WB7EUX is up first < NCS

NCS < WB7EUX – After weeks of degraded decoding tonight’s exercise was wonderful. Most stations decoded, a few were unheard by my radio and software.

Thanks to Bruce and Mindy for these valuable and interesting exercises.

73 de WB7EUX


Tom  uv been away 4 awhile I see.     Let’s hope band condx will continue to improve 4 u   BK Next 4 Comments is
Lamar AE6LJ  < NCS

Sri  Lamar has checked out   BK Next 4 Comments is Jaye KE6SLS < NCS

ORCA DE A.R.S. KE6SLS, Jaye in Eureka! CA using 50w on the doublet.

k7ky, 16db, 100%, P3, FLM 0% chk-err multipath,
ks6m, -4db, 100%,
kj7vgv, 8db, 100%, FLA 100%,
wb7eux, 5db, 100%, FLA 100%,
ae6lj, 0db, 100%, FLA 100%,
w7zap, 12db, 100%, FLA 88%/100%,

Good news tonight.  My friend and his family up in Willow Creak were able to return to their home after two weeks of being evac’d. Great to know they are home.

The Six Rivers lightning complex Fire is over 21000 acres and now about 19% contained.  As of last report, ZERO structures lost!

Wasn’t able to make contact with Bruce kb7vx today, but I did see he called me about 2100z.  The NCS on 20m was at 14.110 at 984 WF!  I don’t know why.  Really shows how much more dialed in we are here on the ORCA & WDN nets.

I think the band will be good tonight.  Was able to check into the Sonoma/Mendocino net and heard all stations well, including the Utah station with difficulty.

Received an Email from Steve k6eta.  He’ll work on setting up a calendar for WDN NCS’s.

The last few weeks, the weather has been absolutely perfect.  Our temps have peeked at between 66-70 degrees.  Many days start and end with marine layer broken by beautiful blue skies.  Each morning I check in with a group of hams east of me and today they were all talking about being over 110 degrees!  I am in the PERFECT area

PSK-250 does not do well in fading nor multipath situations, yet I was able to copy all but the preamble.

Did you notice my traffic tonight?  NCS had sent the Roster in FLM and my FLM decided to “get weird” and gave me the “IGNORE ERRORS” prompt, which I clicked, but instead of presenting me with an FLM, FLD decided to open my browswer!  In doing so, my old computer started to gable some of FLD text as my browser opened!

This morning, just after I finished feeding my cats, I heard a loud knock on my door.  I found 4 deputies outside!  They were looking for someone whose name I forget.  I told them I don’t know him, and the kid said it’s a “her” so I reported I didn’t know her and that I have been here for 17 years and know all my neighbors, but never heard of that person.  I don’t know if someone was pranking or else someone gave false location.  But my god, I am getting old, all I could see is four kids in uniform

Great to see you all on the WF.  Stay well and hope to see you down the wf soon!

de ke6sls k

Tnx 4 the Reception Report, Jaye     gud 2 hr ur friends are returning home   & the report of no homes destroyed is also good news Yes, ur Exercise file needed 4 blocks tonite. I wondered why.  BK  Next 4 Comments is John KS6M  < NCS

I thought John was unlikely, but who knows, the band may hv changed bk  Next 4 Comments is Don KJ7VGV  < NCS

A bit of a thunderstorm passing through but no rain so far. Not much to say tonight mind on other things. Band not to bad so far but a little troubled that no one checked in from Utah? Doug and Mindy thanks for running the net. You did say in the advanced exercise to send it through Flmsg which will take the txt and change it to binary even though it was a file .txt

<0312Z> KJ7VGV BTN

RR Don    When the Rainbows Canyons ARC has a local event like they hv tonight, we don’t log any of them and it
shows  BK  Next 4 Comments is Mindy W7ZAP  < NCS0B
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:14Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

bçuetR


… start
[WRAP:beg][WRAP:lf][WRAP:fn W7ZAP_report.b2s]<flmsg>4.0.19
:hdr_fm:21
W7ZAP 20221708031412
:hdr_ed:21
W7ZAP 20170512224719
<blankform>
:mg:939 35w 135ft doublet @ 145ft
W7ZAP copied the following stns (1st is ck-in):
KF7ZIY 100% KBD (S4)
N7RPB 100% KBD (S9 +15)
W7WXV 100% KBD (S6)
N2RSN 100% KBD (S9+)
WB7EUX 100% KBD, FLAMP (S7)(S9)
W6ADZ 100% KBD (S7+)
AE6LJ 100% KBD, FLAMP (S8)
KE6SLS 100% KBD, FLAMP (S9)
KS6M 100% KBD (S2)(S7)
KJ7VGV 100% KBD, FLAMP (S9)
N6ZZO 100% KBD (S4)
N4KBT 100% KBD (S3)
N7SDC 100% KBD (S5)
N7OOS 100% KBD (S8)
KK6RJR 30% KBD (S1) I copied QNX
W7EAZ 100% KBD (S5)

PSK-500R: 1 stn
THOR-50×1: 3 stns
MFSK-22: 0 stns

Tnx to Tom WB7EUX for reminding early stns we don’t start taking ck-ins until 7pm and good to have you back active. ORCA welcomes back Bob N7RPB and Kyle N7OOS. Signals that were lite during ck-in came up during the net.

I’m looking forward to hearing what our friends in Cedar City, UT thought about their airport disaster drill. I’m sure we can all learn something from their exercise.

Good to see all on the WF!

73,
Mindy W7ZAP
[WRAP:chksum F502][WRAP:end] … end

Great Reception Report, Mindy  tu  BK  Tonight’s Exercise used FLMSG to generate a file.  it entailed using fLMSG
to output the file in plain text, but didn’t use the Plain Test Form.  it uses the optional  method to output a plaintext file, butt I can’t remember the title right now  < K7KY

Any follow-up Questions or Comments by Active stations? < K7KY/NCS wKE6SLS Go

Tnx Doug.  I just used Mindy
Mindy’s report to do the test FILE/VIEW/PLAIN TEXT and it opens my web browsre on Linux!   Not a text editor.  So I don’t know how it would react on macs.   So buyer beware

BTN  de ke6sls k

RR Jaye  there’s a setting that opens the web browser.  u need to un-check it   BK   anyone else?  < K7KY

DE WB7TZD QNX

WB7TZD < K7KY TU Tom
WB7TZD Tom Vancouver QNX
GE Tom nice 2 hv u aboard   BK  anyone else?  < K7KY

Any Comments by Monitors or Lurkers?  Late Ck-Ins?  Come Now w/Pre-Tone
After closing, we’ll FILL or CONFIRM files for Monitoring stations. < K7KY/NCS  ozb:rt` tir

KM7H QNX

N2RSN TFC FILE READY K

KM7H < K7KY TU Jim
KM7H Jim Addy,WA QNX < K7KY/NCS
N2RSN  < K7KY   David  ur @ top of roster for Monitor’s Session, coming next.    others?  < K7KY

AC6D C6D

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:25Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

de W7EAZ k

AC6DF < K7KY TU Norman
AC6DF Norman Lacey QNX < K7KY/NCS
W7EAZ  < K7KY Are u 4 the Monitor’s Session?  < K7KY

QSL

FB we’ll be there soon  BK

2022-08-16  20:27:27p  03:27:27z
This concludes ORCA DIGITAL NET
Thanks for working with us tonight.
We hope to see you again next
Tuesday evening.
Signal Evaluation Image
Sending Pic:140×140; 73 Doug K7KYtpud

ORCA DIGITAL NET – Monitor’s Session
First, we’ll make a short Roster. Pse Pre-Tone.
Taking stations in order, we’ll FILL the NBEMS
Exercise or CONFIRM the ADVANCED Exercise.
When called, send your file or state your need.
I have already N2RSN & W7EAZ      anyone else?  < K7KY

N7SDC

N7SDC RR tu BK  anyone else?  < K7KY

KM7H

KM7H     next?  < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:30Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

K7KY de KJ7VGV

KJ7VGV   any more?  < K7KY  Ps
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:31Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

de KJ7VGV sorry I didn’t pre tune can Imake a comment about exercise btu

OK Don  be brief    there’s 4 station ahead of u  < K7KY
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:32Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

I checked the Config and brower box was not checked but it still opened and gave me no choice so I just saved the file as directed. So I am clueless as to what was the correct way to send the file, except once your in films it will change the TXT file when reported in flamp.

<0332Z> KJ7VGV BTN

RR sri    there’s more to this than I know   I spend nearely the entire day trying to sort this Exercise out    BK  are there any more Ops for the Monitor’s Session?  < K7KY

AClt@C6DF

RR  AC6DF  bk  next  < K7KY

Just had success in the exercise off line and was able to get the file correctly entered.
TNX for the net.

de W7EAZ k

W7EAZ  < K7KY FB Mark   if that’s all, I’ll scratch u from the roster  < K7KY

N2RSN  < K7KY Go David  < K7KY

K7KY DE N2RSN

<PROG 18 6A5E>{DF66}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 35 63E5>{DF66}20220817025212:n2rsn_270A.txt
<ID 16 1AEF>{DF66}N2RSN CN92
<SIZE 13 B18E>{DF66}61 1 64
<DATA 69 FD17>{DF66:1}Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.

<CNTL 10 DAD9>{DF66:EOF}
<CNTL 10 7AD5>{DF66:EOT}

DE N2RSN K

FB David   thx 4 ur patience hre’s ur report
DE K7KY
File : n2rsn_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 EC5C>{DF66}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

W7EAZ   Mark  anythging further?  < K7KY

K7KY DE W7EAZ

<PROG 18 7866>{E891}FLAMP 2.2.05
<FILE 35 59D9>{E891}20220817025229:W7EAZ_270A.txt
<ID 30 2A6A>{E891}W7EAZ Mark / Federal Way
<SIZE 13 5BFB>{E891}61 1 64
<DATA 69 E388>{E891:1}Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.

<CNTL 10 55AC>{E891:EOF}
<CNTL 10 F5A0>{E891:EOT}

DE W7EAZ K

DE K7KY
File : W7EAZ_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 F3FB>{E891}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

N7SDC Go  < K7KY
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:40Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

K7KY DE N7SDC

<PROG 18 E209>{205C}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 35 F12B>{205C}20220817030957:N7SDC_270A.txt
<ID 17 F750>{205C}N7SDC Rigby
<SIZE 14 DDAE>{205C}339 4 96
<DESC 14 D210>{205C}NBEMS Ex
<DATA 104 1B8C>{205C:1}GENERAL MESSAGE (ICS 213)
1. Incident Name:
2. To: ,
3. From: ,
4. Subject:
5. Date:

<DATA 104 2242>{205C:2}6. Time:
7. Message:
Tonight we have an Advanced NBEMS Exercise w/Traffic Round.
8. Approv
<DATA 104 38F5>{205C:3}ed by:
Name:
Signature:
Position/Title:
9. Reply:
10. Replied by:
Name:
Posit
<DATA 59 5BC8>{205C:4

DE K7KY
File : N7SDC_270A.txt
<MISSING 8 2F0E>{205C}4
DE K7KY K

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:42Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

K7Ky de N7SDC
I messed that up.
I’ll have to work on that some more.
de N7SDC

u want to send blk#4?  < K7KY

Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:43Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

IK7Ky de N7SDC
I’m not sure how I did it but I had an ICS-213 instead of plain txt msg.
Was not paying attention to the templet and was try to get the rest of the instrustion right.
I tryh agai next week.
sorry I didn’t follow ALL the insturctions.  Self correcting here.
De N7SDC

No problem, Steve   I worked on the Exercise all day and it still has unknowns for me   not to worry.   I can help by
email too  BK
KM7H  Go  < K7KY

DE KM7H

<PROG 18 27F9>{531E}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 34 BC9B>{531E}20220817025630:KM7H_270A.txt
<ID 19 9F7B>{531E}KM7H Addy, WA
<SIZE 13 4CDD>{531E}74 1 96
<DATA 82 4111>{531E:1}Couldn’t copy designated sentence because I didn’t copy the announcements.
<CNTL 10 500B>{531E:EOF}
<CNTL 10 F007>{531E:EOT}

DE KM7H K

DE K7KY
File : KM7H_270A.txt
<MISSING 15 E6CE>{531E}CONFIRMED
DE K7KY K

AC6DF Go  < K7KY

I was going to request a FILL from this evening’s exercise but FLAMP crashed on me and I lost the partial I received.
Oh well.
at>t WT@ ao send and see how that goes…
de AC6DF k

Norm   ur last on the roster so I can resend the Exercise flie if u like  < K7KY

Very good. yes pls
de AC6DF k

ORCA DIGITAL NET DE K7KY

<PROG 18 648D>{8EF5}FLAMP 2.2.07
<FILE 31 4DC3>{8EF5}20220816222442:ex270A.txt
<ID 16 0910>{8EF5}K7KY SW/OR
<SIZE 14 2589>{8EF5}502 8 64
<FILE 31 4DC3>{8EF5}20220816222442:ex270A.txt
<ID 16 0910>{8EF5}K7KY SW/OR
<SIZE 14 2589>{8EF5}502 8 64
<DATA 72 21FB>{8EF5:1}
Advanced – FLDIGI/FLMSG/FLAMP file-manipulation exercise

Assum
<DATA 72 C313>{8EF5:2}e you’ve received a time-sensitive field-report for IC. Open a
<DATA 72 095F>{8EF5:3}n FLMSG Blank Form. Scroll up in the RX buffer to Announcements
<DATA 72 4256>{8EF5:4}& Copy the single sentence below Announcements. Paste it in FLMS
<DATA 72 C9B3>{8EF5:5}G. Select the FLMSG menu, ‘File/View/Plain Text’. This opens you
<DATA 72 B238>{8EF5:6}r default PC Editor. Name the file, ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ and Save.

<DATA 72 2B2C>{8EF5:7}
In TRAFFIC Round, send ‘URCALL_270A.txt’ to NCS using FLAMP, or
<DATA 62 81F5>{8EF5:8} send QRU. Before sending, change ‘QST’ to ‘K7KY’.   7
<CNTL 10 F9D8>{8EF5:EOF}
<CNTL 10 59D4>{8EF5:EOT}

DE K7KY K

AC6DF

DE AC6DF
File : ex270A.t  etISSING 15 A86A>{8EF5}CONFIRMED

Excellent    anything else? < K7KY

Anyone else 4 the ORCA Monitor’s Session? < K7KY

KJ7VGV < K7KY  u still on Don? < K7KYite
Before RSID: <<2022-08-17T03:52Z MFSK-32 @ 3581000+1500>>

de KJ7VGV  I finally figured out you need to check o the top of the box in the editiro view then in Mac it lets you change the file name so  now i hav the file down to 1 blcok btu

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