On Fri, Oct 01, 2021 at 01:58:57PM +0100, Bill Somerville wrote:
On 01/10/2021 12:02, Ralf Schlatterbeck wrote:[..]On Fri, Oct 01, 2021 at 11:06:35AM +0100, Bill Somerville wrote:1) non-standard calls cannot send Tx6 or Tx2 messages containing a gridSorry for chiming into the middle of this, but wouldn't it be possible
I'd set the 590000 to 0 or 1 if possible to at least reduce the
confusion a bit .-)
But a mechanism to update the first call <G4WJS> in your example with
the qso partner of the last call automagically would be very nice!
I'll try how fast I can do this during a QSO, maybe even with my regular
Or I'll update my UDP-Protocol coloring program to do it for me...
And if this works, maybe it could be institutionalized (= documented)
for stations where location info really matters (e.g. /mm)?
And next on my wishlist would be an extension to the UDP-Protocol to
not just temporarily override the callsign (this can currently be done)
but also a telegram to override the location: This could be used by
mobile stations to update location from a GPS receiver or similar.
Would you accept a patch for that?
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