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fldigi no smeter reading



Hi all,someone knows how to make works the  smeter reading on Fldigi V 3,23,08,08  whit my ft 450 

my setup FT450 RIG CAT RigExpert Standard

 everything works Great but can't see the smeter  work on FLDIGI

SO:Mac osx 10.11.3

thanks!!

 



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Posted by: islas_canarias-ee4meeAH724@public.gmane.org



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fldigi-3.23.08.10

Same as .07 and .09, the frequencies2.txt is overwritten at start.

Ed W3NR

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fldigi 3.23.08.10 posted



Posted on Source Forge files/alpha_tests

Alpha 3.23.08.10

  Mac Logger
    * Added UDP interface to read data exported by MacLogger
      - UDP data stream on socket 255.255.255.255 / 9932
      - User configurable items:
        . enable/disable UDP socket reads
        . Capture and use UDP Radio Report data
        . Capture and use UDP Spot Tune data
        . Capture and use UDP Spot Report data
        . Capture and use UDP Log Report data
        . Capture and use UDP Lookup Report data
        . Enable UDP string capture to file
          file in fldigi files/temp folder
          filename: maclogger_udp_strings.txt

  fsq repeat last
    * test for empty list of previous command

  GCC 6 build
    * GCC 6 defaults to -std=gnu++14, and attempting to build fldigi fails
       with a number of errors. One is that C++11 added std::next and so
       because of the "using namespace std" in src/fsq/fsq.cxx the global
       variable 'next' and std::next are ambiguous. That can be easily solved
       by qualifying ::next or adding using ::next at function scope.
    * The other errors are due to the different return type for
       std::complex<T>::real() and std::complex<T>::imag() in C++11 and
       later.

  CALL capture
    * add copy call to clipboard when capturing from Rx text

  Scope View
    * Corrected saved position/size status values

  RigCAT modifications
    * Separated no xcvr functions from rigcat loop operation
    * Corrected hamlib start/stop process to prevent
      lockup when xcvr is not responding to CAT commands
      - hamlib still creates a zombie process when trying to access
        a bogus serial interface such as a bell modem
    * Added string / hex data LOG view
      <LOGSTR>true/false</LOGSTR>
    * Added variable loop timing
      <POLLINT>100...20000</POLLINT>
      default 100 msec
    * Corrected use of BW-REPLY and MODE-REPLY in xml def file
    * Added ability to read and display Smeter and Pwr meter
    * Corrected scaled power display on Pwr meter
    * Added debugging statements to exit functions

  rigxml docs
    * Updated tutorial on transceiver xml definition file structure.

Please report any test results to this forum.

73, David, W1HKJ




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fldigi 3.23.08.09 alpha



Posted to Source Forge, files/alpha_tests

Details in the fldigi.txt file.

Dave, W1HKJ


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Posted by: w1hkj <w1hkj-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>



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WWVH/B time decode



Kind of a request ....

Id like to also see a feature to set PC time from the WWV modem ...

in some instances Internet is not possible to set time ....




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Writing CSV Files in Fldigi 3.23



After installing Fldigi 3.23.07 I still can’t get CSV on/off to work in the Analysis mode on a Mac running El Capitan or Yosemite.  When running the macro that toggles CSV on and off, there is no indication in the bottom status line that anything is happening and no file is written to the Temp folder.


I reverted back to Fldigi 3.22.01 and then the CSV toggle macro works properly and files are written under both Yosemite and El Capitan.


Was there a change to the CSV writing in 3.23?


George,  K1IG





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Accept incoming network connections



Why does fldigi 3.23.00 ask to receive incoming network connections when it starts? How do I stop it?


Tnks & 73, Mike NF4L



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fldigi-3.23.08.07 posted at Source Forge



files/alpha_tests/

Alpha 3.23.08.07

  Mac Logger
    * Added UDP interface to read data exported by MacLogger

  GCC 6 build
    * GCC 6 defaults to -std=gnu++14, and attempting to build fldigi fails
      with a number of errors. One is that C++11 added std::next and so
      because of the "using namespace std" in src/fsq/fsq.cxx the global
      variable 'next' and std::next are ambiguous. That can be easily solved
      by qualifying ::next or adding using ::next at function scope.
    * The other errors are due to the different return type for
      std::complex<T>::real() and std::complex<T>::imag() in C++11 and
      later.

  RigCAT
    * Added string / hex data LOG view
      <LOGSTR>true/false</LOGSTR>
    * Added variable loop timing
      <POLLINT>100...20000</POLLINT>
      default 100 msec
    * Corrected use of BW-REPLY and MODE-REPLY in xml def file
    * Added ability to read and display Smeter and Pwr meter
    * Corrected scaled power display on Pwr meter
    * Added debugging statements to exit functions

  CALL capture
    * add copy call to clipboard when capturing from Rx text

  Scope View
    * Corrected saved position/size status values

  No rig control
    * Separated no xcvr functions from rigcat loop operation
    * Corrected hamlib start/stop process to prevent
      lockup when xcvr is not responding to CAT commands
      - hamlib still creates a zombie process when trying to access
        a bogus serial interface such as a bell modem

  rigxml docs
    * Updated tutorial on transceiver xml definition file structure.

David


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Re: RE: FLDIGI Macros



Doug,

That macro for putting the call sign on the waterfall is cool.

73,
Cliff Scott
AE5ZA




Tim...  You can download the macro file I use as ORCA DIGITAL NET NCS.  See the DOWNLOAD tab in the sidebar of: http://orcadigitalnet.com.  File: ORCA.mdf.  You can modify this file to suit your needs.  It work very well for me directing a busy digital net.  I have all four rows of macros docked at the bottom of fldigi.  You can also check-out the macro that prints your callsign on the waterfall.  That’s on the Macro page.  Very useful for checking into digital nets.   GL  Doug K7KY





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RTTY Question



I have never used RTTY before. This evening I found a RTTY station on so responded to him. He came back with “AE5ZA 599 125 125 125” and his call sign. I tried to ask him what the 125 meant, but he wouldn’t answer. I’ve read up how RTTY works and how to use it, but can anyone tell me what this person was saying with the 125? Also following my attempt to connect with him someone else tried and they got “599 030 030” and the call sign. Is this some special contest where these number mean something? Where would one find out the protocols for this mode? Thanks for your patience with what seems to me a really dumb question, but I don’t know anywhere else to ask it.

73,
Cliff Scott
AE5ZA


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Isolated audio ins & outs

Hi All.

I just stumbled across this lot, while looking for something else (as 
happens.)

Though, for those with RFI on the audio interconnects between radio and 
computer or rampant ground loops, they might be of use.

Analogue audio to digital (Toslink) and vice versa.   Available from 
Germany.

If you power them from the radio side power feeds, and connect the 
optical side to a suitable sound card interface, should be good to go.

http://www.beis.de/Elektronik/ADDA24QS/AD24QS.html

Not tried, no affiliation, experiment at your own risk.

It's a pity the high end radios don't come with something like this, 
instead of the problematic USB connection.  But there are USB galvanic 
isolators about too, but as I've found, many of them have a (rather RF 
dirty) mini SMPS on board, that needs disabling and power feeding to 
each side interdependently.

73.

Dave G0WBX

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