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From: "WriteLog Digest" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, on 4/19/2000
WriteLog Digest Wednesday, April 19 2000 Volume 03 : Number 107
In this issue:
[WriteLog] Update 10.16B
Re: [WriteLog] 4n33 pinouts and suggestions
[WriteLog] CQ WW WPX Phone
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Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 01:38:59 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ron <email@example.com>
Subject: [WriteLog] Update 10.16B
If you haven't seen this on our web page here is the most
recent update.. Sri I'm so late posting this on the reflector..
Super check, band map and packet spot windows all now force a
dupe check if you use them to select a call for the Entry window.
Telnet packet upgrade to comply better with the telnet protocol
for Linux servers.
CW Speed is set separately for L/R radios.
Rate display and graphs are now insensitive to mismatched clocks
when running a multi-station network.
Report what is not liked about sound files when playing them back.
Unconditionally reset the sound board speaker mute button every
message transmission for SSB transmission and sound board keyer.
Net Gab wraps text to window if it won't fit.
Rate display can be configured to show rate for last 10 QSOs/last
100 QSOs (as before) or can be set for last 10 minutes/last 60 minutes.
Give a more explanatory error message when networking can't be established.
Upgrade download now includes all the rig driver updates since 10.11.
73, de Ron K5DJ
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 22:09:31 EDT
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] 4n33 pinouts and suggestions
Thanks to all, and thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for suggesting I share
all responses. Here they are, edited with the technical portions as provided
Hope it helps someone.
Here is the pinout for the 4N33:
3- No Connection
This pinout is typical of most optoisolators in
the 6- pin package...
also, check the Toshiba website
http://doc.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/seek/us/td/14hikari/140024.htm for full
via Ron K5dj
try http://www.ping.be/on4aoi/keyer shtml or http://www.qsl.net/kobx
The ON4AOI site is highly recommended, a 7 page printable circuit diagram for
several configurations, plus a commercial interface option as well.
From: email@example.com (Jim Sheldon)
Additional info on typical series resistors needed;
1 anode of photo diode (input +)(use 560 ohm resistor from DTR or RTS
2 cathode of photo diode (input -)(Computer side ground)
3 no connection
4 emitter of phototransistor (rig side ground)
5 collector of phototransistor (to PTT)
6 base of phototransistor - may be left floating for this application
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (k7wm)
Howdy. This straight from RS...1-anode, 2-cathode, 3-nc, 4-emitter,
5-collector, 6-base. Check out Joe's, K0BX, web-site at
http://www.qsl.net/kobx/cwkeying.htm. he has a lot of good stuff on the
building of these little bothersome circuits.
Couldn't get to K0BX's website late at night, perhaps pilot error, give it a
Again Many Thanks to all, Wayne and Ron, perhaps, a slight revision to the
manual would help future writelog users looking formore details.
Best 73's to all,
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 21:42:42 -0500
From: "George Skoubis" <email@example.com>
Subject: [WriteLog] CQ WW WPX Phone
I was just going to send in my log for the WPX Phone contest when I
noticed my Writelog time doesn't agree with my Omni VI time. I had a
operating system crash around a month ago and reloaded my operating system
(Win98, thanks Bill). I must have set the system clock to Pacific time but
just to be sure would anyone that worked KF9YR during the WPX contest send
me an email with the time? I want to make sure it was two hours off, my
hazy recollection may be off and I could have reloaded my computer right
after the contest (I back up all my data files so my analog memory doesn't
have to be 100% accurate!).
Thanks in advance,
George / KF9YR
P.S. Thanks for the great program Wayne, the only problems I've had with
Writelog have been system problems or operator error!
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