N1mm rtty macros

Feb 20, 2019 · While setting up a new computer for the ARRL RTTY Roundup last month, I took the opportunity to examine the message macros we were using in greater detail. My logger of choice for this contest was N1MM Logger+ , but other loggers have similar capabilities in their macros for controlling both the outgoing message and the logging process. The TinyFSK RTTY sketch is a time-proven RTTY modulator and is supported by most of the popular RTTY software and logging programs. If you want to operate accurately timed FSK RTTY and use N1MM, WriteLog, DXLab, Logger32, DX4WIN, MMTTY, 2Tone, fldigi… and many others, you want the TinyFSK sketch. MACRO SUB-DIRECTORY. After several years of operating RTTY and CW contests, I developed a large collection of Macro files. To avoid confusion in the N1MM root directory, I created a sub-directory under \N1MM called \Macros. I keep all of my macro files there. I hope you find this helpful. Set up N1MM Logger+ Configuration; Set up Digital Interface Window for MMTTY; Set up 2Tone in a Receive-Only Window; Set up Gritty in a Receive-Only Window; Set up RTTY messages page 1 > F1 through F12; N1MM Logger+ > Setting up RTTY Messages F1-F12. Section 2.4 Stored Messages and Macros in N1MMplus.pdf covers messages and macros in detail. That section is quite long but may be a better source than this page, which is abbreviated. Oct 05, 2010 · MMVARI is a multi-Mode SoundCard Ham (Amateur) Radio program for receiving and transmitting the RTTY-PSK-FSK-MFSK modes. The program was written to experiment with the efficiency of transmitting Japanese and East Asian languages (HL/BV/BY) using the VARICODE. Eastern Asia languages, such as Japanese, Hangul, and Chinese, have many characters. RTTY NS; Scoring; Software; NCCC Home; CQP Home; N1MM Logger for NS . N1MM Logger fully supports the NS + the NS Ladder. Use the SPRINTNS contest module for both NS and NS Ladder. Here is a file for defining the function keys. Just import it into the N1MM Logger function key settings. Please send information on using N1MM Logger in NS to N6ZFO. Aug 05, 2018 · Pre-loading N1MM's keyboard RTTY macros on Friday evening, software operation ran nearly flawlessly; there were even 1/2 dozen opportunities to effect proper use of the F-10 "NOW" key while running a frequency. During S&P operations another 1/2 dozen QSOs made it to the log by way of the other station's proper use of their "NOW" key. Bud Trench - AA3B presents operating RTTY with N1MM for contesting during the February 2017 Frankford Radio Club meeting. Created with Movie Studio TOPICS: CMARA FD N1MM+ Use •N1MM+ First Run and Setup Watch K8UT Video •Hardware / Software Setup –different per radio and computer •USB/RS-232 CAT Control –Required for Network Reporting of Rig Frequency •USB/RS-232 PTT / CW / FSK –Required for Digital Voice Keyer (DVK), Auto CW, FSK RTTY -N1MM Logger - n1mm.hamdocs.com (select config UKRRTTYOPN); Use macros # to send serial nr. of your exchange, for example: PO-# PO-# Write direct your Region code in exchange macros and for serial number use # code. Don't use default macros "EXCH"! It will not increase serial numbers! TOPICS: CMARA FD N1MM+ Use •N1MM+ First Run and Setup Watch K8UT Video •Hardware / Software Setup –different per radio and computer •USB/RS-232 CAT Control –Required for Network Reporting of Rig Frequency •USB/RS-232 PTT / CW / FSK –Required for Digital Voice Keyer (DVK), Auto CW, FSK RTTY CQ WW RTTY DX Contest. September 26-27, 2020. Starts: 0000 GMT Saturday Ends: 2359 GMT Sunday For RTTY contesting I use N1MM+ with the MMTTY interface. Since the USB Codec control appears to act differently than a standard serial port, I need to put the Radio in VOX to key RTTY in N1MM+. In the past with my older K3 which used a standard Serial port connection, I did not have to do this. The default RTTY engine that comes with N1MM+ is MMTTY, but if you are using a Windows 7 or later operating system you can also install a second decoder and the one to use in place of MMTTY is 2-TONE, written by David G3YYD. N1MM Macro Settings for Kenwood TS-590 This document covers a few settings to make N1MM and the Kenwood TS-590 work better together. These settings are based on N1MM version 11.10.3 and TS-590 firmware version 1.05. Wide/Narrow buttons filters in band map I am assigning A and B filters toggled by the front panel IF Filter button to the Wide ... -N1MM Logger - n1mm.hamdocs.com (select config UKRRTTYOPN); Use macros # to send serial nr. of your exchange, for example: PO-# PO-# Write direct your Region code in exchange macros and for serial number use # code. Don't use default macros "EXCH"! It will not increase serial numbers! In N1MM Logger+, the user interface for QTCs in RTTY is very similar to that in CW/SSB. The Logger has features to automate the sending and receiving of QTCs. There is also information in the Entry and Bandmap windows to tell you whether the rules permit you to exchange QTCs with another station. Bud Trench - AA3B presents operating RTTY with N1MM for contesting during the February 2017 Frankford Radio Club meeting. Created with Movie Studio Mar 17, 2013 · I either need to re-learn my habits, or look into setting up the macros in N1MM to duplicate that approach. In those seven hours I managed to contact 152 stations, mostly on 15, 20, and 40. 35 DXCC countries, 35 areas, and 4 continents — no Asia or Australia. Feb 20, 2019 · While setting up a new computer for the ARRL RTTY Roundup last month, I took the opportunity to examine the message macros we were using in greater detail. My logger of choice for this contest was N1MM Logger+ , but other loggers have similar capabilities in their macros for controlling both the outgoing message and the logging process. Bud Trench - AA3B presents operating RTTY with N1MM for contesting during the February 2017 Frankford Radio Club meeting. Created with Movie Studio send macro sequences. Depending on what is typed in the entry window, and where the cursor is, ESM will send the proper message for that part of the QSO. What will be sent is highlighted in blue. Works for any mode, but best on CW or RTTY. Press CTRL-M to turn on and off I'm having a hard time getting N1MM set up for RTTY using the MORTTY. I've done a search on here and I've tried everything I could find as settings for MMTTY and N1mm but I can't transmit. If I hit one of the macros in N1MM it momentarily keys the radio (this happens whether MRTTY is connected or not) but that's it. I am STRUGGLING BIG TIME to come up to speed on this program to be used on the W1AW/6 exercise in a coupla weeks. I want to use it on RTTY mated to the MMTTY. That all works fine, from what I can tell, though I lose all the nice macros I had set up in MMTTY. Normally I use MMTTY standalone and paper log all the contacts. The default N1MM RTTY macros for the CQ WW WPX contest are reasonably short but can be tweaked a reduce them a little more. Listen for a While Before You Jump Into the Contest This was valuable input because when I first start tuning station during the contest it was a very confusing. Contest Setup Instructions General When a contest has a specific mode (SSB, CW or RTTY) then the Sent Exchange is automatically changed to that mode.So when you select CQWWSSB for the CQ World Wide SSB contest the Sent Exchange will be set by the program to SSB. Macros. One of the great strengths of N1MM Logger+ is its ability to send stored messages during contest QSOs, and to embed macros in those messages. Macros are so called because they either expand to a given text string, for CW and digital modes, or execute some program function. N1MM Macro Settings for Kenwood TS-590 This document covers a few settings to make N1MM and the Kenwood TS-590 work better together. These settings are based on N1MM version 11.10.3 and TS-590 firmware version 1.05. Wide/Narrow buttons filters in band map I am assigning A and B filters toggled by the front panel IF Filter button to the Wide ... I am STRUGGLING BIG TIME to come up to speed on this program to be used on the W1AW/6 exercise in a coupla weeks. I want to use it on RTTY mated to the MMTTY. That all works fine, from what I can tell, though I lose all the nice macros I had set up in MMTTY. Normally I use MMTTY standalone and paper log all the contacts. Now in N1MM, in DX mode, in the CALL field if you type “RTTY” the MMTTY module is called into play for FSK and if you type “CW” N1MM does CW without MMTTY. Of course you can also do SSB. The K3 must be switched to mode/band in the usual way. Finally MMTTY needs audio from the K3 to decode the RTTY. The default N1MM RTTY macros for the CQ WW WPX contest are reasonably short but can be tweaked a reduce them a little more. Listen for a While Before You Jump Into the Contest This was valuable input because when I first start tuning station during the contest it was a very confusing. The N1MM function key messages are programmed with macros that send "CAT" commands to the K3 to emulating pressing the buttons. I like to map F1 thru F4 to M1 thru M4, for simplicity. These are normally used for CQ, Exchange, Thanks and MyCall respectively. I also have experimentally programmed F6 to initiate CQ repeat on the K3. Contest Setup Instructions General When a contest has a specific mode (SSB, CW or RTTY) then the Sent Exchange is automatically changed to that mode.So when you select CQWWSSB for the CQ World Wide SSB contest the Sent Exchange will be set by the program to SSB. CQ WW RTTY DX Contest. September 26-27, 2020. Starts: 0000 GMT Saturday Ends: 2359 GMT Sunday But I’ve also used N1MM primarily for HF RTTY contesting and the great integration it offers between decoding, transmitting, and getting the QSOs in the log. More recently I’ve used N3FJP’s VHF Contest Log as well as ACLog and some of their other HF contest logs. CQ WW RTTY DX Contest. September 26-27, 2020. Starts: 0000 GMT Saturday Ends: 2359 GMT Sunday The N1MM function key messages are programmed with macros that send "CAT" commands to the K3 to emulating pressing the buttons. I like to map F1 thru F4 to M1 thru M4, for simplicity. These are normally used for CQ, Exchange, Thanks and MyCall respectively. I also have experimentally programmed F6 to initiate CQ repeat on the K3. TOPICS: CMARA FD N1MM+ Use •N1MM+ First Run and Setup Watch K8UT Video •Hardware / Software Setup –different per radio and computer •USB/RS-232 CAT Control –Required for Network Reporting of Rig Frequency •USB/RS-232 PTT / CW / FSK –Required for Digital Voice Keyer (DVK), Auto CW, FSK RTTY