LPT Control TSR?

Mon Dec 12 13:52:15 EST 1994

Howdy gang! 

Does anyone know of a TSR that can selectively toggle the individual 
data bits (pins) on an LPT port?  I'm using hardware to control
recording off the air with a Sound Blaster card (using Voice Blaster
software for contests). I'd like to engage the record relay thru software 
as opposed to throwing a switch.

Thanx for taking the time to read this. I await the flood of mail.

73 de Walt Kornienko  -   K2WK		Internet:   waltk at pica.army.mil
DX PacketCluster:  K2WK > W3MM        	Packet:  K2WK at N2ERH.NJ.USA.NOAM
"Nobody loves me but my mother and she could be jivin' too..."-B.B King

>From Dave Pascoe <pascoe at mathworks.com>  Mon Dec 12 19:58:32 1994
From: Dave Pascoe <pascoe at mathworks.com> (Dave Pascoe)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 1994 14:58:32 -0500 (EST)
Subject: N9ISN 10M Results & Comments
Message-ID: <Pine.SUN.3.91.941212145558.20916k-100000 at zippy>

On Sun, 11 Dec 1994 AllanWS at cup.portal.com wrote:

> While I understand the position of the 'big guns' on the east
> coast to maximize their QSO rates and totals (I am hearing rumors
> in the 1700-1900 total range for SSB only!), it doesn't make
> much sense to have a huge signal on the band (K3ZO) and to be
> as deaf as a doornail! K3LR and others on the east coast with
> huge signals were worked with ease as well as some of the
> big guns were worked via scatter (thanks K1IU and NY1E). To all 
> who took the time to listen up for the scatter contacts: THANKS!
> SOrry I didn't work K3ZO, but I tried... 

I lived at K3ZO's house for a couple of years.  There's a bad line noise 
problem at Fred's place, which rears it's ugly head on 28 MHz and above 
primarily.  I'm sure this was why Fred couldn't hear you.  Especially if 
the wx was dry and windy.  :-)

Fred is one of the top ops in the world, by anyone's estimation.  His 
ears are amazing, as is his knowledge of propagation......

Dave KM3T

>From fabio.schettino at galactica.it (FABIO SCHETTINO)  Mon Dec 12 19:15:00 1994
From: fabio.schettino at galactica.it (FABIO SCHETTINO) (FABIO SCHETTINO)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 94 20:15:00 +0100
Subject: ARRL 10m I4UFH score
Message-ID: <89F84BF.000100BF91.uuout at galactica.it>

Hello Guys,

Here is our ARRL 10 m score :

Call :    I4UFH                                 Category : Multioperator

QSO       : 348
Country   :  77
USA State :  23

Total Score : 98200

Operators   : I4UFH , I4JMY , I4YSS , IK4IEE , I2VXJ.

Very bad conditions all the weekend, saturday good EU running in  the  morning
and at our sunset 25 minutes of opening with USA only CW. Sunday morning  only
37 QSO in 5 hours, but at the sunset a GREAT opening with US .... 45   minutes
with also 20 minutes of SSB !!!! Great, this was the best part of the Contest.

Probably we had  good conditions in  South Europe, Northern EU,  had  very few
chance with US, several EA working US after the Italian opening.

Thank's  to all for the QSO !!!

73 de Fabio I4UFH

fabio.schettino at galactica.it

>From jholly at hposl42.cup.hp.com (Jim Hollenback)  Mon Dec 12 20:19:57 1994
From: jholly at hposl42.cup.hp.com (Jim Hollenback) (Jim Hollenback)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 1994 12:19:57 -0800
Subject: Single op's w/o packet?
References: <9412121501.AA28046 at firefly.prairienet.org> <9412120940.ZM17745 at penguin.almaden.ibm.com>
Message-ID: <9412121219.ZM20450 at hpwsmjh.cup.hp.com>

On Dec 12,  9:40am, "Dick Dievendorff" wrote:
> Subject: Re: Single op's w/o packet?
> 7) Single-Assisted can be a fun category, particularly for the casual
> participant.  You maximize the nifty DXCC counters for the time you spend.  But
> just next to that huge pileup brought on by the packetcluster spot is a DXCC
> counter that is perhaps just as valuable, as yet unspotted, and it's easy to
> get stuck in the wrong pileup.

and at times the same mult, but different station, is pleading for Q's just a 
few kHz up the band from the monster pileup. I've seen that many times 

> There's no substitute for tuning around and
> listening for yourself.  Then spot it for your club buddies!

ah, er, if the 2 meter rig is off and your not connected, how you do that?

73, Jim, WA6SDM
jholly at cup.hp.com

>From Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM  Mon Dec 12 23:42:00 1994
From: Skelton, Tom" <TSkelton at engineer.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM (Skelton, Tom)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 94 15:42:00 PST
Subject: FW: W3EP Ten-Meter Contest Results
Message-ID: <2EECE02A at admin.ClemsonSC.NCR.COM>

, NE (a black hole?);


Yes, Nebraska is a black hole.  I'm convinced. The blackest
of black.  The darkest of the dark.  The end of the world.

2 misses in SS for me this year, and W3EP missed on 10
meters.  The W0 in Nebraska I worked on the RS-12 Satellite
the other night (what I do when I can escape to the radio room
and all the bands except 160m are dead) probably didn't
understand why I told him I wished he would operate

73, Tom WB4iUX
Tom.Skelton at ClemsonSC.NCR.COM

>From bucknerma at ornl.gov (Mark A. Buckner)  Mon Dec 12 20:10:25 1994
From: bucknerma at ornl.gov (Mark A. Buckner) (Mark A. Buckner)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 1994 16:10:25 -0400
Subject: No subject
Message-ID: <199412122110.QAA01169 at icsun1.IC.ORNL.GOV>


>From barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner)  Mon Dec 12 20:28:03 1994
From: barry at w2up.wells.com (Barry Kutner) (Barry Kutner)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 94 20:28:03 GMT
Subject: Single op's w/o packet?
Message-ID: <gPm9wc2w165w at w2up.wells.com>

"Dick Dievendorff" <dieven at almaden.ibm.com> writes:

> 4) My buddies can tell if I'm connected by SH/STA or SH/C.  And some of the
> guys REMEMBER who was connected a year later when the scores come out.
> There are ways to "snoop" packet cluster links without being connected, but s
> the next point.
> 73 de Dick, AA6MC, G0MFO, formerly GB0WPX and GB5CW

Dick - There is a problem with this point. As a member of the Frankford 
Radio Club, I do my part and announce spots EVEN when single-op. In the 
single-op mode of CT, you can still announce DX, though you can't receive
the spots.

If someone really wanted to cheat, they'd be dumb to connect to the 
cluster, rather than just monitor the output, with all the "I can't 
believe he did better than me, he must have cheated" types out there.

73 Barry


Barry N. Kutner, W2UP       Usenet/Internet: barry at w2up.wells.com
Newtown, PA                 Packet Radio: W2UP @ WB3JOE.#EPA.PA.USA.NA
                            Packet Cluster: W2UP >K2TW (FRC)

>From Emil Pocock <POCOCK at ECSUC.CTSTATEU.EDU>  Mon Dec 12 21:33:05 1994
From: Emil Pocock <POCOCK at ECSUC.CTSTATEU.EDU> (Emil Pocock)
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 1994 16:33:05 -0500 (EST)
Subject: W3EP Final Score
Message-ID: <941212163305.20285287 at ECSUC.CTSTATEU.EDU>

Score as submitted to ARRL:

780  124  281,976

Single Op, Low Power, Mixed Mode

Mode    QSO    States     Countries
CW      357       44        18
SSB     423       44        18     (Yep, the same, but not same states or DX)

Worked A3 (not 3D as earlier reported)

de W3EP.

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