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  • Jerry - N9LYA
    So far rock in and roll in... Have not even rebooted after the changes everything so far a few hours is smooth..... Will see how it continues... Jerry _____
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    So far rock'in and roll'in... Have not even rebooted after the changes
    everything so far a few hours is smooth.....



    Will see how it continues... Jerry



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    From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
    Jerry - N9LYA
    Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2010 4:23 PM
    To: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: [BPQ32] as a test [1 Attachment]





    [Attachment(s) from Jerry - N9LYA included below]

    As a test for my now seemingly working winmor I also adjusted and turned
    back on Frequency scanning's... Using the following...

    The below is based on winmor and pactor connects. Anyone is welcome to
    try me... or ask me to forward to u at specific times and freqs via BPQMAIL
    Scripts..
    I think my connect calls are: (for BBS Style forwarding...) I could be
    mistaken about the SSID..

    Winmor callsign N9LYA-7
    Pactor Callsign N9LYA

    I

    #
    # Config file for RigContol
    #
    # One copy of RigControl can support more than one Serial interface.
    #
    # The ICOM implementation allows more than one rig to be attached to
    the same interface
    #
    #
    # The COM Line defines a Serial Connection, and the type of radio

    COM11 19200 ICOM

    # For ICOM radios specify Name, CI-V Address, BPQ Port Number, Scan Rate,
    Optional Frequencies/Modes to scan
    # Note the name is just a label for the display window.
    # Frequency must be followed by a Mode Char L=LSB U=USB R=RTTY C=CW F=FM,
    and a Filter.
    # Check your radio Manual (or select the filer you want and look in the
    status window).

    # There is no hard limit on the number of freqencies to scan.
    # If you want the radio to return to a fixed listening frequency after
    making calls on another, you
    # can hjave a single entry in the list

    # RADIO IC706 5e 10 2 14.103/U1 14.112/u1 18.1/U1 10.12/l1
    RADIO IC746 66 8 10 3.57300/u1 3.5934/l1 3.5915/u1 3.5935/u1 14.0649/l1
    14.11740/l1 18.10650/u1 3:00 7.077/l1 7.1022/u1 10.133/u1 15:00 3.57300/u1
    3.5934/l1 3.5915/u1 3.5935/u1 14.0649/l1 1411740/l1 18.10650/u1

    #COM59 19200 ICOM

    # For ICOM radios specify Name, CI-V Address, BPQ Port Number, Scan Rate,
    Optional Frequencies/Modes to scan
    # Note the name is just a label for the display window.
    # Frequency must be followed by a Mode Char L=LSB U=USB R=RTTY C=CW F=FM,
    and a Filter.
    # Check your radio Manual (or select the filer you want and look in the
    status window).

    # There is no hard limit on the number of frequencies to scan.
    # If you want the radio to return to a fixed listening frequency after
    making calls on another, you
    # can have a single entry in the list

    #RADIO IC1000 4E 5 4 14.103/U1 14.112/u1 18.1/U1 10.12/l1

    # COM106 19200 YAESU

    # Same as for ICOM, but without the CI-V address, and only one RADIO allowed
    per port

    # RADIO FT747 4 4 14.103/U1 14.112/u1 18.1/U1 10.12/l1

    #COM61 19200 YAESU

    # Same as for ICOM, but without the CI-V address, and only one RADIO allowed
    per port

    #RADIO FT747-2 5 4 14.103/U1 14.112/u1 18.1/U1 10.12/l1

    73 Jerry Kutche N9LYA

    ARRL Net Manager Indiana Section - Packet Net
    HF Skipnet Coordinator

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