Feb 252013
 

K3it has written a program that will record your contest qso’s when using N1MM.
You can find the program here.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/qsorder/
follow the instructions.

make a dir Contest-qso’s in the ham files directory. Copy the program there.

In the N1MM configurer put Contest-qso’s at files at tab record
qso.

In N1MM.ini you have to add

[ExternalBroadcast]
DestinationIPs=127.0.0.1
DestinationPort=12060
IsBroadcastContact=True

The line [externalNroadcast] is mostly already there.

To test start qso recorder. Start N1MM. Make a qso.
Wait 30 seconds and in qso recorder you see a line.
Go to the logwindow in N1MM and with right mouse use play contact.

 

 

 

Feb 182013
 

Was a active for a few housr in ARRL DX CW.

Made 368 qso’s.

Jan 242013
 

I have added pictures to the station master deluxe page on tis site.

 

Jan 192013
 

Vasiliy K3IT has written a program witch makes it possible to record and replay your contest qso’s made with N1MM.
It is called Qsorecorder.
You will find it here http://hamradiomap.com/qsorder/

Make a directory on your pc and name it:  Contesqso’s
Copy the qsorecording program there.  In N1MM fill in the configurer at the the tap: files, recording qso
C:\Program Files\Contestqso’s
or at windows 7 C:|hamfiles|Contestqso.s

In the N1MM. ini file you have to ad:
DestinationIPs=127.0.0.1
DestinationPort=12060
IsBroadcastContact=True

Start the Qsorecorder program. Make a contact in N1mm. Wait a few seconds (20) and you will see at the qso recording program the call of the contact and the mp3 file.

To replay the contact go to N1MM, your log window, click with the right mouse on the qso and you will see play contact.

Dec 302012
 

Today in the afternoon  Jan PA0VAJ, Peter PA4PS and Thomas PA1M came to help me to take down the EME system. We cranked the mast down a little and then we took away the 2 antennas at one side. Then we cranked it up and turned the rotor 180 degrees, cranked it down again and took away the other two antennas. The only thing I have to do now is take away the H frame.

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