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  • > I received the following answer about GPS timing. If you're wanting to use a > GPS to control you PC's clock for WSJT you need to ensure software takes > this into account -- and I hope the OP sees this. While it is true that the GPS time standard clock differs from UTC by 15 seconds, all modern GPS receivers report UTC time in the $GPGGA, $GPRMC and $GPGLL sentences because UTC...
    Bob Poortinga Jul 23, 2009
  • > This has just been brought to my attention; you may not be concerned > but if you value your privacy then it has just been eroded a little > further... False rumor and urban legend. Yahoo cannot track every site you visit. Please read: 73 de -- Bob Poortinga K9SQL Bloomington, Indiana US
    Bob Poortinga Jan 2, 2009
  • "Peter Frenning [OZ1PIF]" writes: > My new LapTop (Zepto 6625WD), like most new ones, has no RS232 port, so, > in order to PTT my radio (FT-847 - no VOX!), I need an USB to RS232 > adapter. The one I have (Belkin F5U103V) has no Vista 64bit support (no > drivers available and none planned that I know of). Anybody in similar > jam with a tested solution? It wouldn't hurt if was also...
    Bob Poortinga May 9, 2008
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  • "Jay" writes: > Audio Input Output Device Name > Device Channels Channels > ------------------------------------------------------------------ > 0 2 0 Microsoft Sound Mapper - Input > 1 2 0 SB Live! Wave Device > 2 0 2 Microsoft Sound Mapper - Output > 3 0 2 SB Live! Wave Device > > Default Input: 0 Output: 2 > Requested Input: 1 Output: 0 > Opening device 1 for input, 0 for output...
    Bob Poortinga May 5, 2008
  • I can't seem to find any info on what the output columns mean: 2322 15 6 1.4 10.140141 K1JT FN20 25 20.5 1st = UTC 2nd = ? 3rd = ? (signal strength ?) 4th = ? 5th = Freq 6th = Call 7th = Grid 8th = Power (dbm) 9th = ? (s/n ?) 73 de -- Bob Poortinga K9SQL Bloomington, Indiana US
    Bob Poortinga Mar 20, 2008
  • "al on wa4ewv" writes: > I use the following program: > > http://oneguycoding.com/automachron/ An excellent program. I use it myself. > and the Host I use is clepsydra.dec.com clepsydra.dec.com is a stratum 1 NTP server and stratum 1 servers should *not* be used by individual users. It is now recommended to use one of the 'pool' NTP servers. If you are in the US, you should use one...
    Bob Poortinga Mar 6, 2008
  • "al on wa4ewv" writes: > I use the following program: > > http://oneguycoding.com/automachron/ An excellent program. I use it myself. > and the Host I use is clepsydra.dec.com clepsydra.dec.com is a stratum 1 NTP server and stratum 1 servers should *not* be used by individual users. It is now recommended to use one of the 'pool' NTP servers. If you are in the US, you should use one...
    Bob Poortinga Mar 6, 2008
  • Here is a very interesting description of the SNOTEL Data Collection Network: which claims a 95 percent response rate to a system-wide data poll. 73 de -- Bob Poortinga K9SQL Bloomington, Indiana US
    Bob Poortinga Jan 4, 2008
  • I know that this issue has been discussed in the past, but I recently discovered another option in this regard. I know that Bruce, who runs mobile WSJT a lot, uses a GPS and the NMEATime software to sync his laptop clock. I was doing some APRS work this last weekend using my laptop in my car and found that UI-View32 (a free APRS client for Windows) contains an option that when...
    Bob Poortinga Dec 5, 2007
  • Joe Taylor writes: > This is a program bug, and it will be fixed before this > experimental version of WSJT becomes a real release. The > error occurs only if you have installed WSJT r558 to a > directory containing a blank in the file name. > Unfortunately, this includes the default directory, Partially related to this, I hope that WSJT will be updated to comply with Windows...
    Bob Poortinga Oct 22, 2007