773Re: [dxatlas] CWskimmer and wintest
- Apr 8, 2008One additional point - it is *probably* not the "-#" -- another win-Test
user wrote a little app to strip that off before forwarding the Skimmer
spots to Win-Test, and they still do not go through onto the bandmap.
73, Pete N4ZR
At 09:15 AM 4/8/2008, Pete Smith wrote:
>Currently, Win-Test is the one and only logging program that has been
>shown not to work properly with CW Skimmer's telnet output. I have
>written to the authors, asking them to try to diagnose the problem, but to
>date I have had no response. I will write to them again, but you might do
>so as well - it will make it seem like a less academic exercise hi.
>73, Pete N4ZR
>At 09:08 AM 4/8/2008, ik7jwy wrote:
>>I tried to use cwskimmer with the contest software wintest. This is
>>- 3 kHz radio hardware type;
>>- CAT: no radio;
>>- Telnet server enabled
>>I connect the cwskimmer telnet server with the wintest telnet client
>>and it runs.
>>When I go to the cluster window of wintest, I see the spots generated
>>by cwskimmer , but I'm not able to see them in the radio1 bandmap of
>>wintest. So, I'm not able to let the radio jumps to the frequency of
>>Any suggestion ? May be the -# beside the call of the spotter ?
>>73 de IK7JWY Art
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