[SCCC] n1MM Question

Glenn Rattmann k6na at cts.com
Wed Jul 15 11:39:46 PDT 2009

I haven't tried it in the configuration you mention, because I always 
have my rig connected to the program, but...

One way is to type 'CW' - then ENTER in the entry window.  This 
should override and put the program into logging for CW.  But 
typically in manual mode you would first type the new frequency, then 
type/enter the mode.  But if you have the CONFIG set for mode to 
follow bandplan, then you might have to type only the new frequency 
and you will get mode change as well.

If I'm on 20SSB, and want to go to 40CW, I usually type something 
like '7001', hit ENTER, and then the program, and rig, both go to 
7001 in CW mode.  I have the MM configuration set for 'mode follows 
frequency bandplan' (not sure of actual nomenclature).  If you don't 
have that configuration set that way, then you probably have to type 
either 'CW' or 'SSB' each time, depending on where you want to go 
next-- after you type in the frequency band you want to go to.


At 11:20 AM 7/15/2009, you wrote:
>I fooled around in IARU for just an hour or so. I had one problem with N1MM.
>I did NOT have the rig connected to the computer to read freq/mode. The
>program somehow thought my frequency was 14,200 mHz as that was in the top
>of the window. Therefore it THOUGHT I was doing SSB, and listed USB in the
>mode field and 59 in both RST fields of contacts it logged.
>I could not figure out a way to change that manually so I finally connected
>the rig, set up a COM port connection, and it read correct freq as 14220 and
>switched to CW and 599.
>There MUST be a way to do this manually.
>Randy W6SJ

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