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locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Jim Brown
 

On 3/30/2022 10:34 AM, Dennis Wage wrote:
If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50 I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Not really. WSJT-X and JTDX are able to decode multiple signals on the same or nearly the same frequency. I often see this on a crowded band.

73, Jim K9YC


locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Joe WB9SBD
 

you should try. but it is NOT necessary!

Honestly Joe the maker of this incredible mode says the same thing.

you can have almost completely overlapping signals and not effect either one. the mode is sooo cool to ignore the signal it does not need.

Joe WB9SBD

On 3/30/2022 5:13 PM, Dennis Wage wrote:
Joe.. so are you saying that it is ok and good practice to operate 5hz away
from others and that's all I need to pick an open spot in a crowded
frequency?
I always look for a completely dead 50hz place to operate.

On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 4:35 PM Joe WB9SBD<nss@...> wrote:

The other thing is that would be a HUGE waste of THE FREQUENCY .

They don't HAVE to have clean air. you can literally have two stations
only 5hz apart and work them just fine!

I have had a -20 station and a +20 station only 10hz apart and work the
-20 station with no trouble at all.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 3/30/2022 4:15 PM, Michael Black via groups.io wrote:
If everybody were calibrated that might work. Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB



On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage<
dwage@...> wrote:
I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the
50's
If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50 I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
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*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net*<http://overdubs.net>

















locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
 

Joe.. so are you saying that it is ok and good practice to operate 5hz away
from others and that's all I need to pick an open spot in a crowded
frequency?
I always look for a completely dead 50hz place to operate.

On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 4:35 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

The other thing is that would be a HUGE waste of THE FREQUENCY .

They don't HAVE to have clean air. you can literally have two stations
only 5hz apart and work them just fine!

I have had a -20 station and a +20 station only 10hz apart and work the
-20 station with no trouble at all.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 3/30/2022 4:15 PM, Michael Black via groups.io wrote:
If everybody were calibrated that might work. Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB



On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage<
dwage@...> wrote:

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the
50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50 I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net*<http://overdubs.net>
















locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
 

Thanks all,

I guess then theoretically I am correct but in practice not.

On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 4:37 PM Trey Garland NQ9P <treygarland@...>
wrote:

I'm relatively new to FT-8. I've watched several videos, and none of them
discuss how to operate on split frequencies. If this is to be accepted
FT-8 ettiquette, it would be helpful if someone could write instructions
for the not technically gifted people.

73

Father Trey Garland, NQ9P

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Joe WB9SBD
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2022 4:35 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Operating on the 50's

The other thing is that would be a HUGE waste of THE FREQUENCY .

They don't HAVE to have clean air. you can literally have two stations
only 5hz apart and work them just fine!

I have had a -20 station and a +20 station only 10hz apart and work the
-20 station with no trouble at all.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 3/30/2022 4:15 PM, Michael Black via groups.io wrote:
If everybody were calibrated that might work. Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB



On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage<
dwage@...> wrote:

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the
50's

If everyone would operate on the 50's, which is: set your transmit
tone frequency to multiples of 50 I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950,
3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here's an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww
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locked Re: Operating on the 50's

William Smith
 

True, it’s more logical if it’s channelized, but if I understand WSJT properly, it can decode overlapping signals pretty well, including a second pass which removes the first decode and can find weak signals directly aligned with the strong one.

I’m not going to deliberately operate that way, though it’s more likely that I’ll completely overlap with someone I can’t see if we’re working with 60 ‘channels’ than 3000 frequencies.

73, Willie N1JBJ

On Mar 30, 2022, at 1:38 PM, Dennis Wage <dwage@...> wrote:

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50, e.g., 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net* <http://overdubs.net>





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locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Trey Garland NQ9P
 

I'm relatively new to FT-8. I've watched several videos, and none of them discuss how to operate on split frequencies. If this is to be accepted FT-8 ettiquette, it would be helpful if someone could write instructions for the not technically gifted people.

73

Father Trey Garland, NQ9P

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Joe WB9SBD
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2022 4:35 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Operating on the 50's

The other thing is that would be a HUGE waste of THE FREQUENCY    .

They don't HAVE to have clean air. you can literally have two stations only 5hz apart and work them just fine!

I have had a -20 station and a +20 station only 10hz apart and work the
-20 station with no trouble at all.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 3/30/2022 4:15 PM, Michael Black via groups.io wrote:
If everybody were calibrated that might work.  Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB



On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage<dwage@...> wrote:

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the
50's

If everyone would operate on the 50's, which is: set your transmit
tone frequency to multiples of 50  I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here's an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://nam12.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww
.grammy.com%2Fgrammys%2Fartists%2Fdennis-wage%2F252054&amp;data=04%7C0
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locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Joe WB9SBD
 

The other thing is that would be a HUGE waste of THE FREQUENCY    .

They don't HAVE to have clean air. you can literally have two stations only 5hz apart and work them just fine!

I have had a -20 station and a +20 station only 10hz apart and work the -20 station with no trouble at all.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 3/30/2022 4:15 PM, Michael Black via groups.io wrote:
If everybody were calibrated that might work.  Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB


On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage<dwage@...> wrote:
I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50  I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net*<http://overdubs.net>










locked Re: FT8 Via Satellite? #FT8

M0PWX
 

FT8 has a 15 second cycle, FT4 has a 7.5 second cycle, and depending on if you use RR73 or RRR as the 4th message it is 5 or 6 messages for a QSO

For speed FT4 is the mode of choice with 6 messages it is a 45 second QSO minimum, FT8 with its longer cycle would take 90 seconds

And as everyone on Satellites wants as many contacts as possible per pass FT4 is the mode of choice for obvious reasons

Also with a +-9khz doppler on 70cm and +-3khz doppler on 2mtr you need a radio and software that can provide very Fast CAT control to track the satellite frequency

Peter
M0PWX

M0PWX Grabber Page (qsl.net)<https://www.qsl.net/m0pwx/grabbers.htm>


Are there any satellites that can do FT8 2 meter or 70cm that also use FM? I have no SSB rig that does FT4 or FT8 in those bands. Only the normal HT.


locked Re: FT8 Etiquette #FT8

Bill, WB6JJJ
 

But WSJT-X can decode two signals on the same frequency... It's nice to have a clear frequency but on many bands that is not possible with >60 signals flowing down the waterfall. The program does amazing things and decoding two on the same frequency is definitely up there.
Bill
WB6JJJ

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dennis Wage
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2022 2:16 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] FT8 Etiquette

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone frequency to multiples of 50, e.g., 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
Here is an image where you can clearly see what is happening.
http://dwage.com/1.png


locked using Dark Theme on WSJTX/JTDX/WIN10 #Windows10

David Michael Gaytko // WD4KPD
 

when using Dark Theme in jtdx/wsjtx/win 10.
how does one modify the colors to enhance contrast between background and text ?

if this can only be done at the program writer, hope authors will take a little suggestion.

david/wd4kpd


locked Re: FT8 Etiquette #FT8

Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
 

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone frequency to multiples of 50, e.g., 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
Here is an image where you can clearly see what is happening.
http://dwage.com/1.png


locked Re: FT8 Via Satellite? #FT8

 

Thanks. James, KN4FLO
On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 5:13 PM, M0PWX<M0PWX@...> wrote: All of the WSJT-x modes use SSB as it is just a single carrier that changes a in a 50hz block for signal, so many signals can be present in a 3khz channel without massive interference

FM would never work

Peter
M0PWX

M0PWX Grabber Page (qsl.net)<https://www.qsl.net/m0pwx/grabbers.htm>

From: jimbuie717@...<mailto:jimbuie717@...>
Sent: 30 March 2022 19:54
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] FT8 Via Satellite?

Are there any satellites that can do FT8 2 meter or 70cm that also use FM? I have no SSB rig that does FT4 or FT8 in those bands. Only the normal HT. Thanks. Looking to make upgrades at some point on equipment and other things. James, KN4FLO. If there are other modes of the WSJT-X suite of modes that will do FM, I will like to know.


locked Re: Operating on the 50's

Michael Black
 

If everybody were calibrated that might work.  Problem is they aren't.
Many operators are off by as much as 20Hz or more.
Mike W9DMB

On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, 04:11:34 PM CDT, Dennis Wage <dwage@...> wrote:

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50  I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net* <http://overdubs.net>


locked Re: FT8 Via Satellite? #FT8

M0PWX
 

All of the WSJT-x modes use SSB as it is just a single carrier that changes a in a 50hz block for signal, so many signals can be present in a 3khz channel without massive interference

FM would never work

Peter
M0PWX

M0PWX Grabber Page (qsl.net)<https://www.qsl.net/m0pwx/grabbers.htm>

From: jimbuie717@...<mailto:jimbuie717@...>
Sent: 30 March 2022 19:54
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] FT8 Via Satellite?

Are there any satellites that can do FT8 2 meter or 70cm that also use FM? I have no SSB rig that does FT4 or FT8 in those bands. Only the normal HT. Thanks. Looking to make upgrades at some point on equipment and other things. James, KN4FLO. If there are other modes of the WSJT-X suite of modes that will do FM, I will like to know.


locked Operating on the 50's

Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
 

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50, e.g., 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net* <http://overdubs.net>


locked Operating on the 50's

Dennis Wage <dwage@...>
 

I had a question in private email on what I mean by operating on the 50's

If everyone would operate on the 50’s, which is: set your transmit tone
frequency to multiples of 50 I.e. 200, 250, 300... ...2900, 2950, 3000.
It would immediately make more room.
Here’s an example.
Operator 1 is on 1200
Operator 2 is on 1275
Operator 3 is on 1350

Operator 2 on 1275 is taking up 2 slots.
[image: image.png]
*--*
*Dennis M. Wage (W9BOQ)*
*2020 Grammy winner for Best Tradition Blues.*
<https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/dennis-wage/252054>
*245 Corum Hill Road*
*Castalian Springs, TN 37031*
*(615) 310-4242*
*http://overdubs.net* <http://overdubs.net>


locked Re: Audio Input "Both" #AudioIssues

Matt M0LMK
 

Thanks Roger.

I managed to get it working by using a software virtual audio mixer and then mixing down the left and right audio channels into 1 mono stream which I then pushed out a virtual audio device. I set WSJT-X to use the virtual audio device as the sound input.

It seems to be working well and I am seeing signals that are received from both my EFHW and my Wellbrook HF receive loop in a single WSJT-X window.

Matt
M0LMK
KI5GXV


locked Re: WSJTX Colors #install #macOS #FT8

JTAlert Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 31/03/2022 7:09 am, Dave Garber wrote:
if you have jtalert running , it may be putting its colour scheme over wsjt
default. it also depends if you have all alerts on.

I have turned off all the wsjt colors and let jtalert color it for me

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE
WSJTX and JTAlert coloring can coexist. WSJTX colors the entire decode line while JTAlert can only color individual parts (callsign, grid, CQ, 73, DT, etc) of the decode line. JTAlert will not influence any coloring being applied by WSJTX itself.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: How can I undo WSJT-X frequency correction? #FreqCal #Calibration

Dave Garber
 

I stopped using omnirig for wsjt cat, problem went away


Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 5:48 PM Gary - AC6EG <AC6EG@...> wrote:

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 01:28 PM, Michael Black wrote:


Then send me the WSJT-X_RigControl.log file Mike W9MDB
Thanks Mike
The new libhamlib-4.dll didn't make any difference.
I have sent you the log file.
73 de Gary - AC6EG






locked Re: WSJTX Colors #install #macOS #FT8

Dave Garber
 

if you have jtalert running , it may be putting its colour scheme over wsjt
default. it also depends if you have all alerts on.

I have turned off all the wsjt colors and let jtalert color it for me

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE

On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 6:47 AM dl8le <dl8le@...> wrote:

I had similar problems using Windows 11 that for some unknown reasons only
green and yellow and my defined red for calls to my own call sign were
displayed, nothing else of the colors for new on band etc. which are marked
in the settings.

Using two instances of WSJT-X on a different notebook together with N1MM
showed the right colors but only from time to time. Therefore the coding
was not useful at all to figure out if a station has been worked before on
the specific instance or not.

So it looks as if after some W11 or driver updates there is a problem in
the color code settings considered in the band activity display. I am using
version 2.5.4

73

Juergen, DL8LE





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