>See my last listing on the reflector. I also had spots that failed to arrive
>and load into the band map correctly.
>I had forgotten about that but your message reminded me. I think the cure is
>to set the EIGHT BIT PACKET PORT = TRUE statement into the configuration
>file. That should put TR and the VE7CC program into synch.
>Sure glad that we managed to catch you on one band at least in the CW event
>-- I hope I will be as fortunate in the SSB one this weekend. I will be
>checking again this weekend to see if I miss spots -- let's hope not, at the
>bottom of the cycle every Q counts.
My reply to you was direct, because Tree doesn't seem to
be too fussed about the "packet" port. I post things I
observe & he seems to ignore them... like N2IC I think I
will soon defect to N1MM.
EIGHT BIT PACKET PORT = TRUE must be set, but there
will still be spots in ^B that do not appear in the bandmap.
When I spot stuff, I do it directly from CC. Seem to be
upsetting some folks, as I only spot things like P5BCST. ;^)
Will probably put more time into doing Asian ARRL Phone
write-up for Ward than actually operating in it - the bands
really suck & 20m (only band that will be very productive
from here) is covered with wideband noise & spurious
rubbish from broadcast stations in neighboring Guangdong
province. Hearing below the first-string stations can be a
real challenge now.
73 & HLNY, Brett.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: VR2BrettGraham [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 4:05 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: [Trlog] Quick info
> > Tod:
> > If you watch carefully, you will see that TR will not display
> > all the spots you receive on the "packet" port. They will be
> > in ^B window but bandmap will not update.
> > I have not tried to send spots from TR via CC, but if TR has
> > problem receiving spots, I would expect it to have a problem
> > sending spots. It sure didn't help my M/2 here during CQ WW
> > CW last year.
> > Been so long now, can't recall which version seemed to
> > completely work... some years back, maybe mid-6.6.
> > 73 & HLNY, Brett.
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