[Trlog] TR Logged SSB QSOs as CW

n6wg at earthlink.net n6wg at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 19 14:20:11 EST 2004

This is a log-shot, but look at the automatic frequency boundary
setting.  TR detects when you cross a frequency boundary, and
switches from cw to ssb logging.
Not sure of the heading in the manual, you'll have to look it up.
You can move the frequency boundary if it doesn't agree with where you
are operating.
73, Bob N6WG

Original Message:
From: Eric Hilding dx35 at hilding.com
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2004 22:38:24 -0800
To: trlog at contesting.com
Subject: [Trlog] TR Logged SSB QSOs as CW

Dave, K6LL indicated a similar experience with the NAQP logging:

> > Has anyone else experienced this strange behavior and know what
> > might be
> > causing it?
>After the contest was over, I created a summary sheet and found about
>10 cw qso's in the log. I didn't notice it during the contest, but
>somehow it crept in there.
>TR 6.79, TS-850's (2)


First, Tnx for the NAQP QSO's, OM :-)

Interesting that we were both using Kenwood rigs (mine an 870S).  I'm 
wondering if this is something unique to a TR/Kenwood config?  I have since 
tried a suggestion to increase the timeout but that hasn't helped...the TR 
screen flips back and forth from SSB to CW even though I'm in the SSB mode 
and band, but does lock on SSB when the dial isn't moving.  Yet, somehow 
those CW entries end up after pushing the button.

I'm now wondering if it might be something in the NAQP Contest Template 
itself? Maybe Tree can shed some more light on this.


Rick, K6VVA


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