I don't know much about putters or such stuff but I do know that once a Com
Port is in use in one program it isn't going to allow use by another program
to do the same thing or something else.
If I try to use N1MM when I enter a contact if the Mult (county
abreviation) isn't correct I can't get that contact to enter. Under NA
they will enter under some circumstances I believe.
It really appears that this weekend will be a big logging problem because
the Indiana QP , NEQP, and 7QP willl require different entries if one is to
log what is sent, then we have the problem of the guy not knowing the
correct abreviation for his county for NA , CT or MM. I'm gonna have to
have 2 or 3 sheets of paper along side so I can try to find an entry that
MM or whatever program in use will accept.
MY hands are about to go to the surrender position ???
SOMEONE make up our Mind about what is going to be the standard and GO with
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 6:32 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] [NA-User] Multi tests in 1 wkend
> The County Hunter CW contest is going on at the same time too. Busy
> W0MU Mike
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> Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 6:35 PM
> To: Jim Reisert AD1C
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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] [NA-User] Multi tests in 1 wkend
> I'm not sure if this would work .....
> How about you set up the logging program for SO2R.
> Use the left radio for NEQP and the right radio for 7QP.
> Or the run radio for NEQP and the mult radio for 7QP.
> Jim Reisert AD1C wrote:
>> At 02:34 PM 4/30/2006, Dale Putnam wrote:
>>> I want to work both New England qp and 7 qp.
>>> I have one primary machine.
>>> Would like to use one test program.
>>> Don't want to use paper for one test.
>>> Would like to keep the two seperate. Different scores, different
>>> bands, different radios.
>>> Now to complicate it further. I have CT, NA, Winlog, N1mm, XM log,
>>> and even an older DOS program, all are not built out for 7qp, but I
>>> have tried the later suggestions. Altho that seems to make it only
>>> one qp to play in. If someone can do SO2R, why can't I do SO2QP?
>> It's theoretically possible, but not easy. Here's what I suggest
>> (this assumes that you are outside of both W1 and W7):
>> Use CT in NEQP mode. I can make a multiplier file that has both the
>> NEQP and 7QP multipliers in it (and ONLY those mults).
>> Just work the contests, logging what's sent, and ignore the obvious
>> scoring problems.
>> When the contests are over, write the Cabrillo file.
>> Now you need to separate the Cabrillo file into two logs - one which
>> has the NEQP QSOs, and one which has the 7QP QSOs. If you're familiar
>> with Unix tools like "grep" this should be easy. Actually, it would
>> not be hard for me to write a program to do this for you.
>> Now if you are inside W1 or inside W7, it's a little trickier. The
>> multipliers are different, and the sorting becomes problematic.
>> However, it *can* be done.
>> Give me a couple of days to get this done for CT:
>> Step 1 will be to make the combined multiplier file(s).
>> Step 2 will be to write the program that splits the Cabrillo file.
>> I'll try it out and post the files to the K1EA web site when I'm done.
>> Note that the contest sponsors (log checkers) could throw out the QSOs
>> automatically that don't qualify. I don't know if they will be
>> equipped to do so.
>> 73 - Jim AD1C
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