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A warning message will be displayed when no response received from the radio and the radio will be changed to a manual radio by the program. To restart the radio radio interface polling select in the right-click menu from the bandmap “Reset radios” When the radio control gives a warning 10 seconds after you start the logger, then you never had radio control at all, and you should check your hardware, and serial port settings. Consult the manual from your radio and also read below.Some radios require initialization commands for configuration. If the radio needs to be power cycled after the program has initialized, right click in the Bandmap and select Reset Radio to perform this initialization again Polling of radios while sending CW is supported for all radio except for FT-1000. It may appear that the Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Page Up or Page Down are not working when incrementing or decrementing the current frequency with these keys. This is not always well documented by the manufacturer. Icom 751 rigs for example do support 10 Hz steps but only show 100 Hz steps on the display. The keys mentioned above have to be set higher than the minimum step size supported by the radio. It’s easy to test if it is the keys are working. Check the frequency while pressing the keys mentioned above. If the frequency moves nothing has to be changed. If this doesn’t work, try changing it to 100 Hz, under the Configurer, Other tab. In this mode, the radio will not provide the correct polling data to the program. Memory mode is not supported; VFO mode is required. When SO1V mode is selected, VFOB is not defined for receiving. The second Bandmap and Entry window are automatically closed. Sending CW characters via radio command (CAT) is not supported due to the limitations and contesting requirements. A COM, LPT, WinKey, or similar interface built into the radio (e.g. RTS or DTR keying on the Elecraft K3) is required to send CW.

USB and USB to COM interfaces: Do not turn off radios while the program is running if the radio is connected via USB port. Exit the program first. Do not unplug a USB to COM converter while the program is running. The device driver will remove the COM port from the hardware table and the program will hang then eventually timeout. Programs written in Visual Basic and use MSCOMM control can not detect a COM port that is removed from the hardware device table. This is a Microsoft bug.If possible always connect a radio using the CAT interface or serial port. Older radios (or very new not supported radios) can still be used with the program by selecting Manual but many functions in the program will not work as well as they could or will not work at all. When a radio is not configured, it is the user’s responsibility to make sure the mode and band are correct when logging contacts. When no radios are selected in Configurer, the program will attempt to set the initial operating mode and frequency in single mode contests when the program starts or a new contest is opened. The program uses information from the contest selection and the mode tab settings in Configurer. Failure to set the “Mode sent to radio” to the correct value can lead to the program putting the radio into the wrong mode. These are also the mode names that are displayed at the top of the Bandmap window and in the title bar of the Entry window. If there is an entry under AFSK-R but not under PSK, try using AFSK-R for PSK31 and other digital modes. Elecraft has since that time switched to an FTDI USB-serial converter, and newer Elecraft USB-to-serial adapters don’t have this problemSetting the “Wide” and “Narrow” filter codes. Remember to set the filter codes for both VFOs. Get the appropriate N1MM Logger screen menu prompt by left clicking when your cursor is over the active VFO window. Remember that the actual bandwidth of the filter will depend on how you have set FL1 on your K2.

The same is true when you substitute this string for the “Narrow” settings. If you want a filter other than FL1 in either mode, just change the “1” after the 9999 to the number of the filter you want to invoke ie: 1,2,3 or 4. As an example, K22;FW99993;K0; placed in the code section for CW “Narrow” would invoke FL3 when the switch is set to “Narrow” and you are on CW. Put the rig into split, and use VFO B as your “RIT”. Then go into Config, and turn on “Reset RX Freq when Running Split”. Using VFO B for RIT, tune in a caller off freq, work him, and at the end of the QSO VFO B will be set to VFO A freq. Neat feature, and specifically designed for this situation. K3 and K3S The file is titled “K3RadioCodecSetup.pdf”. Radio control issues have been reported when running other K3 utility software (such as LP-Bridge) in conjunction with N1MM Logger. Note also that when using LP-Bridge, changes of band, mode and VFO may take longer than without LP-Bridge. Do not use multiple methods of PTT control in parallel; in some cases, and depending on which version of firmware is installed, doing so can leave a K3 stuck in transmit at the end of function-key messages. The K3 accepts CW keying on DTR (pin 4) of the same COM port you’re using to control the K3. This method can be used when other methods (e.g. Winkeyer or a keying circuit on a separate COM or LPT port) are not available. The MIC GAIN control will control the microphone gain only. Line In gain can only be set when LINE IN is the selected source via MENU:MIC SEL. This allows the K3’s firmware ALC to control power without clipping peaks and causing IMD. Use the K3’s PWR control to control output power; do not try to control power output by adjusting the audio level. In PSK31 and other digital modes requiring high linearity, keep the requested power setting below 50 watts (AFSK RTTY can be safely used at 100 watts) A single receiver K3 can be used in SO1V or SO2R mode.

A dual receiver K3 can be used in all program modes, including SO2V. In order to transmit from VFO B in SO2V or split mode, both VFOs must be on the same band (the K3 does not support cross-band split operation, although it is possible to receive on two separate bands simultaneously). In a dual receiver K3, the radio’s front panel Split indicator can be misleading. This is because you are transmitting from VFO B. To determine whether you are logging in split mode or not, look for the Split indicator in the Logger’s Entry window and not the indicator on the radio’s front panel. If you are using “reverse split” (i.e. logging the contact in the VFO B Entry window, listening to the other station in the subreceiver on VFO B and transmitting from VFO A) the Split indicator in the Entry window will be displayed, but the K3’s front panel Split indicator will not be displayed because the transmitter is using VFO A. When you change transmit focus between Entry windows, the Logger may display a Split indication temporarily in the Entry window(s) while the program and radio status are temporarily out of sync in the process of changing. This condition is most likely to be seen when using LP-Bridge. It should only last for a fraction of a second. If the condition persists, check to see whether you are trying to operate in a mode the radio does not support (e.g. transmitting from VFO B with the two VFOs on different bands is not supported by the radio). It is identical to pressing the SUB radio button.The radio is in K31 mode all the time and sending this command just adds delay KX3 Please test with only N1MM Logger running before reporting a radio control issue, in order to eliminate other software as a possible source of the problem The KX3 can be used in SO2V mode, within the limitations of the KX3’s Dual Watch feature (e.g. VFO B must be within 15 kHz of VFO A).

See the description of subreceiver control for the K3 above The KX3 does not have an FSK keying input, so the digital engines (e.g. MMTTY) cannot transmit in FSK.Reduce the 120ms default latency setting on the Flex SDR software VAC1 tab to the minimum possible. This will reduce the amount of time that each on-the-fly recorded wav file will need to contain at the end of the recording. If needed, the user can build a zero audio wav file of the correct duration to account for the audio path latency and add it to the end of the function key message. The radio’s VOX does not function when VAC is enabled. See the setup at: Radio controlSee the Flex documentation for computer and radio configuration. Contact Flex Radio for CW sending issues. They are mapped to the N1MM Logger program selections of AFSK and AFSK-R. Open Config, Mode Control tab, and set Mode Sent to Radio for RTTY and PSK. Most users will likely select RTTY to AFSK and PSK to AFSK-R. This is not a program limitation. The Flex radio selection is intended for use with the Flex 1500, 3000, and the 5000 without the RX2. The Flex5000 RX2 option implements SO2V using the RX2 for VFOB and the Flex selection implements SO2V using the MultiRx feature. There are limitations to the tuning range of the MultiRx and how the radio reacts when it’s instructed to change to a frequency outside of this operating range. Flex-6000 Series The three program options SO1V, SO2V, and SO2R are supported. Start the repeating CQ then press the \ key to switch RX focus to the VFOB Entry window. If a station is called using the Function keys, the TX focus will switch, the message will be sent, and the repeating CQ will not restart.See the Config option Dual RX Always On. See other features below. The three program options SO1V, SO2V, and SO2R are supported. Reduce the 120ms default latency setting on the Flex SDR software VAC1 tab to the minimum possible.

If needed, the user can build a zero audio wav file of the correct duration to account for the audio path latency and add it to the end of the function key message. Start the repeating CQ then press the \ key to switch RX focus to the VFOB Entry window. If a station is called using the Function keys, the TX focus will switch, the message will be sent, and the repeating CQ will not restart. The state of the RX2 is unchanged.See the Config option Dual RX Always On. If needed, the user can build a zero audio wav file of the correct duration to account for the audio path latency and add it to the end of the function key message. Frequency and mode limitations of VFOB and how the radio responds to frequencies outside this range are controlled by the radio. Start the repeating CQ then press the \ key to switch RX focus to the VFOB Entry window. See other features below. One thing I notice different is in PowerSDR Cat setup I use ID as: “PowerSDR” though it shouldn’t make a difference. Probably the most common Vcom mistake is a failure to click Update Driver and following the procedure after making a change in Vcom configuration. MAKE SURE you click the Update Driver and follow the instructions. Close VCom configurator. Click on Window’s Start Button, Click on ControlPanel, Click System, Click on the Hardware Tab, Click on Device manager. In Device manager make sure there ISN’T a yellow question mark on the entry labeled “Multi-port serial adapters.” If there is no yellow question mark your Vcom virtual cable should be working properly. If there is an yellow question mark there is a problem with your Vcom installation which needs attention. Assuming no problem, Close ControlPanel. Now check PowerSDR. Open PowerSDR Setup and click on the CAT Control tab. In CAT Control make sure Enable CAT is checked. Under PTT make sure Port 4 is selected and RTS and DTR are unchecked. Select ID as: PowerSDR. Click Apply. Close PowerSDR Setup. Now check N1MM. Click Config.

Select “Configure Ports, Telnet Address,Other” Under Com-5 select Kenwood. Leave the “Radio PTT via command” check box UNCHECKED. Check the “Allow external interrupts” check box. Click Okay (twice) to back out. Now you should be communicating with your SDR. Check that clicking a new frequency in the Panadapter changes frequency in N1MM. With the focus in N1MM check that the keyboard up and down arrows change the PowerSDR frequency. Icom If your Icom radio has a USB computer interface (IC-7200, IC-7600, etc), install the latest driver for the virtual COM port and audio codec. Icom rigs use software handshaking. That means they do not use DTR and RTS. Check your interface manual to see how DTR and RTS must be set. When a slower baud rate is selected, the program will disable CI-V acceleration features added for radio programming and keyboard tuning. Set the radio to use 5 data bytes for the frequency. Due to the limited Icom radio control, the user needs to control the radio from the keyboard. Icom radios only report the VFO frequency of the active VFO. Because of this, the program will select each VFO to read the frequency during initialization. During 2011, Icom added a firmware command to poll the radio split to the latest firmware updatable and new radios. Those radios that are capable or reading the split have been updated in program versions 12.03.01 or newer. See the specific radio text for the firmware revision. When using these radios with the proper firmware and program version 12.03.01 or newer, users can change the radio split by pressing the radio button and the program will track. In SO2V mode, the VFO is also selected with a Right or Left click on the band buttons in the Available window. For CW sending, a separate CW interface cable is needed between the radio and the computer. This interface may be serial or parallel port or a WinKey. The CI-V cable or serial cable to the radio alone is not enough to do CW.

This is because the program is unaware of Icom VFO B frequency in SO2R mode. The Icom command set (CW via CAT control) is not supported. A COM, LPT, or WinKey is required to send CW.Please report on program functionality. VFO select and split commands are not supported. This will prevent the program from controlling the radio split and reading or programming VFOB frequency. SO2V mode should not be attempted and VFOB’s Bandmap and Entry windows can be closed. Please report on program functionality. This prevents the program from controlling the radio split. This causes the radio command PTT options to be non-functional. This causes the radio command PTT options to be non-functional. This causes the radio command PTT options to be non-functional. This prevents the program from controlling the radio split. When the IC-735 is used with factory settings (1200 baud, transceive ON), the bandmap response of N1MM is extremely slow. Jumpers J22 located on the PL-unit board (upper side under PA unit) allow baud-rate, address and CI-V transceive to be changed. But. the jumpers are not labeled and not in the order as stated in the Service manual. However, they should be turned to “always ON” if using an interface powered though those pins.The scale is not controlled by the VFO-B of the transceiver. It becomes an active VFO when it is activated. The IC-746 is switched to VFO-B and set to the frequency shown in the VFO-B bandmap. VFO select and split commands are not supported. SO2V mode should not be attempted and VFOB’s Bandmap and Entry windows can be closed. This is set via a DIP switch on the Icom UX-14 interface board. If the radio contains the Piexx UX-14 CI-V board, set the DIP switches per the Piexx manual for the same configuration IC-756 PRO II using address 64 hex VFO select and split commands are not supported. SO2V mode should not be attempted and VFOB’s Bandmap and Entry windows can be closed. This is set via a DIP switch inside the radio.

Set the baud rate to 9600, the length of the frequency information to 5 bytes, and turn CI-V Transceive OFF.It is also not possible to read the frequency of the Sub VFO without moving it into the Main VFO and polling. This is done at program start, Configurer exit, and Reset Radios. Because of this radio limitation, the SO2V functionality is limited. This radio is better suited for SO1V or SO2R use. Frequency changes to the SUB made by tuning the SUB VFO knob will not be sensed and tracked by the program in SO2V mode. This prevents the program from setting or clearing the radio split. IC-7100 using address 88 hex Icom owners that connect the cable first typically have issues because Windows installs the wrong driver. If this occurs, disable the device using Device Manager, then disconnect the USB cable, install the Icom driver, and finally reconnect the USB cable. The IC-7200 radio codec is supported. IC-7200 users can use the USB cable with the Icom drivers for radio control, AFSK RTTY, PSK, voice message playback, and recording QSOs. Owners can not record messages on the fly because the radio lacks the capability to send the MIC audio to the radio codec. In CW, only the received portion of the QSO is recorded. This is a radio limitation.Radio control via USB with Icom driver or CI-V interface. To control the radio via the USB interface with baud rates above 19200, the radio menu Connectors, CI-V, CI-V USB Port must be set to “Unlink from Remote”. Then set the menu item below this, CI-V USB Baud Rate, to the baud rate above 19200. The radio codec is supported. With the Icom drivers the USB cable can be used for radio control, AFSK RTTY, PSK, recording voice messages on the fly, voice message playback, and QSO recording. If you set the CW sidetone level to zero, the recording will not contain the transmitted audio. To play an internal voice (DVK) message, program function key or Bandmap button with the CatMacro below. Pressing the ESC key will stop a voice message.

There is no need to program a STOP command. These commands work, but they are undocumented for the IC-7300. Thus, there are no guarantees that they will work. Be sure you are running the latest firmware update.The radio codec is supported. Users with the Icom drivers can use the USB cable for radio control, AFSK RTTY, PSK, recording voice messages on the fly, voice message playback, and recording QSOs. This is a radio limitation.The IC-7600 radio codec is supported. This is a radio limitation.Then set the menu item, CI-V USB Baud Rate to 115200 baud rate. When the baud rate is set to 115200, the radio polling is faster. Using the Icom drivers, the USB cable can be used for radio control, AFSK RTTY, PSK, recording voice messages on the fly, voice message playback, and QSO recording. Radio operation is expected to be Main VFO centric. Setting a frequency or band with the software will set both VFO’s to the same frequency and mode. The Bandmap radio buttons can be used to quickly enable or toggle tracking. There is no need to program a STOP command.The radio codec is supported. If you set the CW sidetone level to zero, the recording will not contain the transmitted audio.USB radio control and audio CODECS are supported.Radio control via USB with Icom driver or CI-V interface. If you set the CW sidetone level to zero, the recording will not contain the transmitted audio.The use of the USB port requires a Kenwood driver be installed. Please check the radio’s manual. Almost any of the earlier generation Kenwood radios need some sort of level conversion, and at least some also come without the necessary chip set. Radios like the TS-940S, TS-440S, TS-811, TS-711 need both a chip and a level converter. PIEXX (www.piexx.com) makes a combined level converter and chip set replacement for the TS-940, as well as a complete replacement microprocessor for the TS-930 to provide communications. Except for the TS-570.

Using such a jumper to over-ride hardware handshaking will free RTS for PTT in addition to DTR for CW. Typical Kenwood radio defaults: Speed: 9600 Baud; Parity: N;Databits: 8; Stopbits: 2 and “hardware handshaking” (RTS and DTR set to “Handshake”). It is recommended by the developers to use a baud rate above 9600 baud if possible. The radio menu and the program setup must be changed together. When setting split both VFOs are forced in the same mode. The Kenwood KY command set (CW via CAT control) is not supported due to significant limitations. A COM, LPT, or WinKey is required to send CW. TS-480 You can’t use the normal PTT connection from the MIC jack if you are inputting audio into the ACC jack.A COM port speed of 38400 or 57600 baud is recommended. When using the TS-590S radio codec as a sound card for a DVK, the live microphone has priority over the codec. This means that if live audio is being sent from the microphone, a.wav file cannot be sent over the codec at the same time. Starting of the.wav file will be blocked, even if the microphone VOX drops shortly thereafter. So, if you’re running, and using the microphone to say callsigns, but F2 to send the exchange, you have to wait until the VOX drops before pressing F2. When using the ACC2 radio jack, there are three PTT options. PTT for digital modes (pin 9), PTT for non-digital modes (pin 11), and software PTT (PTT via radio command by mode). The ACC2 pin 13 PTT is exactly the same as the Remote connector pin 3 PTT. If you use Remote connector pin 3 PTT while using the internal radio codec, there will be no RF output. ARCP-590 or ARUA-10 are not needed when using N1MM Logger with the TS-590. See the Macros section of the manual.Be sure the settings are as follows:For details look in the “via USB” section of the documentation for “See “ ” The remaining settings should be 4096; 4096; 16; 0; 0; Click OK button to exit. Configurer. The second COM port will beIt’s pretty obvious on either CW or SSB.