[Trlog] Dueling CQs

Jim George n3bb at mindspring.com
Mon Jan 12 15:22:21 EST 2009

I checked it here. Doing the CRL - (dual CQs) it goes into the mode at 
which the radio is on when it is set. If you are on R1, then both radios 
will be set for either CQ or S&P based on whatever R1 is on when you go 
into dualing CQs. Both will be CQ or both will be S&P.

I never use Auto CQ, so would not pick up the constant 25 WPM CW there.

6.92 appears to be a solid version for me here, based on the NS practices, 
the ARRL 160, and now the NAQP CW. I'll use it in the Sprint coming up.

Jim N3BB

At 11:20 AM 1/12/2009 -0800, Ed Muns wrote:
> > Do you mean dueling CQs or auto CQ?  Dueling CQ is an SO2R
> > function that sends alternating CQs on the two radios.  Auto
> > CQ is a one radio function that just repeats a CQ
> > automatically after a pause.
> >
> > I use Ctrl-Hypen to launch dueling CQs and it seems fine.  (I
> > used 6.92 last
> > weekend.)  You can adjust the speed while it's running.
>Speed is fine in Dueling-CQ.  The problem is that it does not force TR-Log
>into CQ-mode.  If TR-Log is in S&P mode when Dueling-CQ is invoked, then it
>stays there and your S&P exchange is sent when you answer a reply to your
>CQ.  I think TR-Log should force CQ-mode when you invoke Dueling-CQ so that
>your CQ exchange message is sent and the logging sequence is correct.  (It
>is easy enough to set CQ mode with Shift-Tab while Dueling-CQ is running,
>but often I'm not paying attention to that detail.)
> > With auto CQ running, I don't believe there's any way to
> > change the speed.
>That's right.  Again, that's not the problem.  The problem is that with
>6.92, the CW speed in AUTO-CQ is fixed at about 25 wpm and does not track
>whatever speed is set for normal CW.  In other words, if CW speed is set at
>35 wpm, AUTO-CQ still sends at 25 wpm.
>Ed - W0YK
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