I'd love to try WAE but heres my problem; I'm using MMTTY which of course
runs in WIN95; WF1B runs in DOS. I can't, no matter how hard I try get the
two to work together. Heres the setup:
PC with 6 comports, 2 built in and 4 on a Byterunner PCI card. These 4 I
can't access in DOS ( tried all the drivers etc.)
Now I worked CQWW using MMTTY and the N1MM progam using COM1 for the radio
and COM2 for fsk output and all worked fine. Heres what I tried for WF1B:
I changed fsk to COM3 to free up COM2 for WF1B, I confirmed MMTTY works now.
I setup WF1B to use a KAM on COM2 and setup MMTTY to emulate a KAM on COM4;
I connected COM4 and COM2 together using a null modem cable. Wf1B now boots
ok ( it didn't before when I tried using one fo the PCI ports as a com in
rtty.ini; I'd get a runtime error) but I get nothing in the receive window
and I get a Kenwood error obviously because MMTTY is using the radio port. I
think I need this because as I understand it thats what MMTTY is using for
ptt. Is there anyone using MMTTY/WF1B on ONE pc keying with fsk? I think I
can set it up on afsk but then I lose the ability to use the narrow
73 Jamie WW3S
----- Original Message -----
From: "FireBrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Hill, Don" <email@example.com>; "RTTY Reflector (E-mail)"
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 5:47 PM
Subject: Re: [RTTY] WAEDC RTTY Contest
> I agree. WAE is a fun contest and is open to all.
> When I get a bit tired...I just don't do the QTC thing.
> But they are fun.
> Trying to guess which signals will be good enough to pass the qtc's
> repeats is a contest within a contest.
> And qtc passing really can make the score jump in a hurry.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Hill, Don" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "RTTY Reflector (E-mail)" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 4:23 PM
> Subject: [RTTY] WAEDC RTTY Contest
> > There were a lot of comments made to the reflector that certain
> > would be skipping the WAEDC RTTY Contest because they did not care
> > for the exchange of QTC's.
> > Just because you don't care to exchange QTC's doesn't mean you shouldn't
> > operate the contest. We need everyone's participation!
> > I would encourage everyone to operate the contest. If you don't want to
> > mess with QTC traffic, just make a buffer that says "SORRY NO QTC".
> > No one is going to get mad at you for not wanting to send or receive
> > I enjoy the sending and receiving of QTC's. It's a challenge and a
> > from the normal type of contest exchange. But others don't care for it
> > that's fine but that shouldn't prevent them from entering the contest.
> > Hope to see everyone next weekend.
> > 73, Don AA5AU
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