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locked Re: Yaesu FT991A Won't Transmit in FT8 #Cat_RigControl #NewUser #TechnicalHelpQuestion #transmit #Yaesu

Keith/KI5US
 

Did you try transmitting into a shielded dummy load?  That can often narrow down the RF-in-the-shack issue.

On 5/5/22 15:30, Robert via groups.io wrote:
Hi everyone. My Yaesu FT-991A has stopped transmitting using FT8. I have had this problem a few times but it was always cured by doing a full factory reset of the radio. This time that has not helped. The radio/MacBook Pro is otherwise working fine. The radio transmits normal on HF using SSB and AM. Like I said, I did a full factory reset (and correctly reentered all menu items) and restarted the Mac.

I'm not sure but I suspect it may have something to do with RF in the shack. I'm using a TON of ferrite everywhere and a shielded CAT cable between radio and Mac with more ferrite. My antenna is a Chameleon Lightweight End Fed Sloper. I have never had the slightest problem with RF in the shack with normal SSB phone use. Digital stuff is new to me so I'm not sure if the threshold for RF in the shack is lower. I THINK I have noticed the problem of the radio failing to transmit in FT8 with higher power (100 Watts) vs 5 or 10 Watts which leads me to think it could be RF in the shack although my radio and accessories have never been hot with RF to the touch so it's really just a guess.

I reset the radio and computer and dialed the radio down to 5 Watts and still no transmit so I'm stumped. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! BTW, I'm an FT8 (and digital) newb but I have made a number of successful DX contacts on FT8 so the radio and setup WAS working fine. Thanks!

Robert KI5TPC




Robert44
 

Hi everyone. My Yaesu FT-991A has stopped transmitting using FT8. I have had this problem a few times but it was always cured by doing a full factory reset of the radio. This time that has not helped. The radio/MacBook Pro is otherwise working fine. The radio transmits normal on HF using SSB and AM. Like I said, I did a full factory reset (and correctly reentered all menu items) and restarted the Mac.

I'm not sure but I suspect it may have something to do with RF in the shack. I'm using a TON of ferrite everywhere and a shielded CAT cable between radio and Mac with more ferrite. My antenna is a Chameleon Lightweight End Fed Sloper. I have never had the slightest problem with RF in the shack with normal SSB phone use. Digital stuff is new to me so I'm not sure if the threshold for RF in the shack is lower. I THINK I have noticed the problem of the radio failing to transmit in FT8 with higher power (100 Watts) vs 5 or 10 Watts which leads me to think it could be RF in the shack although my radio and accessories have never been hot with RF to the touch so it's really just a guess.

I reset the radio and computer and dialed the radio down to 5 Watts and still no transmit so I'm stumped. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! BTW, I'm an FT8 (and digital) newb but I have made a number of successful DX contacts on FT8 so the radio and setup WAS working fine. Thanks!

Robert KI5TPC


locked Getting wsjtx to run on mac monterey with Yaesu ft991 Transceiver #Cat_RigControl

Tom Arny
 

I am trying to get wsjtx to run on a new iMac using Monterey OS and M chip and a Yaesu FT991 transceiver. I am confused about whether I need SiLab drivers or not. I've searched Google and watched several videos, but none seem to address my problem. WSJT opens and displays signals but the CAT control doesn't work. Audio codec shows in both wsjt and the mac preferences. A SiLabs driver shows in the Mac extensions, but it says "not loaded". When I click on "Test CAT", a diagnostic flashes on screen saying "resource busy". On the Radio Settings menu I see nothing that identifies a SiLab driver. The serial port choice that seems most likely shows "/dev/tty.wlan-debug", but that doesn't look very promising. I am using a single USB cable to connect the transceiver to the mac. It works fine on my old macbook pro, so I suspect I'm doing something really dumb, but can't figure out what. Suggestions welcome and thank you.


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

 

Thats what I thought. I tried last nite but on 2 meters but I think I had the wrong freq. Tnx Peter.

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Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Dave Tucker Nu4N<mailto:dwtucker19@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 17:54
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

*FB on the PSK reporter Petter. I noticed some on 2 and 6. My question
are they using WSJT-X or some other program?*

*73's de NU4N Dave *

On 5/5/2022 12:02 PM, M0PWX wrote:
Use PSK reporter and set it to look for anyone using MSK144 in the last couple of hours, their won’t be many, see preconfigured link below

Display Reception Reports (pskreporter.info)<https://www.pskreporter.info/pskmap.html?preset&callsign=ZZZZZ&what=all&mode=MSK144&timerange=900&obscure=0.2&distunit=miles&hideunrec=1&blankifnone=1&hidelight=1&mapCenter=44.02128006023983,-7.340644923370363,3.5283766278232935>

If you hover over the speech bubbles in the bottom left you will see the frequency they are using, including the offset

US tend to do more on 6m / 50mhz and EU tend to do more on 2m / 144mhz (but some are now playing with 6m as well)

There is also Q65 in WSJT-x which has some modes for MS but few people use it yet, mainly used for pre-arranged sessions

Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Pietro Molina<mailto:pietro@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 15:42
To:jwt873@...<mailto:jwt873@...>
Cc:main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

.380 seems to be the most frequent.

I2OIM


Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 17:40<jwt873@...> ha scritto:

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.


> ------ Original Message ------
> From:pietro@...
> To:main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?









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Tnx 73's de NU4N Dave


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Thanks 73's de NU4N/Dave








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Tnx 73's de NU4N Dave
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Thanks 73's de NU4N/Dave


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

M0PWX
 

I always use WSJT-x, if you look at the info on bottom left of pskreporter it often shows the application being used

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Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Dave Tucker Nu4N<mailto:dwtucker19@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 17:54
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

*FB on the PSK reporter Petter. I noticed some on 2 and 6. My question
are they using WSJT-X or some other program?*

*73's de NU4N Dave *

On 5/5/2022 12:02 PM, M0PWX wrote:
Use PSK reporter and set it to look for anyone using MSK144 in the last couple of hours, their won’t be many, see preconfigured link below

Display Reception Reports (pskreporter.info)<https://www.pskreporter.info/pskmap.html?preset&callsign=ZZZZZ&what=all&mode=MSK144&timerange=900&obscure=0.2&distunit=miles&hideunrec=1&blankifnone=1&hidelight=1&mapCenter=44.02128006023983,-7.340644923370363,3.5283766278232935>

If you hover over the speech bubbles in the bottom left you will see the frequency they are using, including the offset

US tend to do more on 6m / 50mhz and EU tend to do more on 2m / 144mhz (but some are now playing with 6m as well)

There is also Q65 in WSJT-x which has some modes for MS but few people use it yet, mainly used for pre-arranged sessions

Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Pietro Molina<mailto:pietro@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 15:42
To:jwt873@...<mailto:jwt873@...>
Cc:main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

.380 seems to be the most frequent.

I2OIM


Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 17:40<jwt873@...> ha scritto:

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.


> ------ Original Message ------
> From:pietro@...
> To:main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?












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Tnx 73's de NU4N Dave


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Thanks 73's de NU4N/Dave


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

 

*FB on the PSK reporter Petter. I noticed some on 2 and 6. My question are they using WSJT-X or some other program?*

*73's de NU4N Dave *

On 5/5/2022 12:02 PM, M0PWX wrote:
Use PSK reporter and set it to look for anyone using MSK144 in the last couple of hours, their won’t be many, see preconfigured link below

Display Reception Reports (pskreporter.info)<https://www.pskreporter.info/pskmap.html?preset&callsign=ZZZZZ&what=all&mode=MSK144&timerange=900&obscure=0.2&distunit=miles&hideunrec=1&blankifnone=1&hidelight=1&mapCenter=44.02128006023983,-7.340644923370363,3.5283766278232935>

If you hover over the speech bubbles in the bottom left you will see the frequency they are using, including the offset

US tend to do more on 6m / 50mhz and EU tend to do more on 2m / 144mhz (but some are now playing with 6m as well)

There is also Q65 in WSJT-x which has some modes for MS but few people use it yet, mainly used for pre-arranged sessions

Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Pietro Molina<mailto:pietro@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 15:42
To:jwt873@...<mailto:jwt873@...>
Cc:main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

.380 seems to be the most frequent.

I2OIM


Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 17:40<jwt873@...> ha scritto:

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.


> ------ Original Message ------
> From:pietro@...
> To:main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?











--
Tnx 73's de NU4N Dave
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Thanks 73's de NU4N/Dave


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

M0PWX
 

Use PSK reporter and set it to look for anyone using MSK144 in the last couple of hours, their won’t be many, see preconfigured link below

Display Reception Reports (pskreporter.info)<https://www.pskreporter.info/pskmap.html?preset&callsign=ZZZZZ&what=all&mode=MSK144&timerange=900&obscure=0.2&distunit=miles&hideunrec=1&blankifnone=1&hidelight=1&mapCenter=44.02128006023983,-7.340644923370363,3.5283766278232935>

If you hover over the speech bubbles in the bottom left you will see the frequency they are using, including the offset

US tend to do more on 6m / 50mhz and EU tend to do more on 2m / 144mhz (but some are now playing with 6m as well)

There is also Q65 in WSJT-x which has some modes for MS but few people use it yet, mainly used for pre-arranged sessions

Peter
M0PWX

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

From: Pietro Molina<mailto:pietro@...>
Sent: 05 May 2022 15:42
To: jwt873@...<mailto:jwt873@...>
Cc: main@WSJTX.groups.io<mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

.380 seems to be the most frequent.

I2OIM


Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 17:40 <jwt873@...> ha scritto:

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.


> ------ Original Message ------
> From: pietro@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?








locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

Roy Appleton
 

That article looks like a website designed in the 1990s with the god-awful
flashing and colors makes it almost impossible to read.!

Roy
WA0YMH

On Thu, May 5, 2022, 10:45 AM ve4cy <jwt873@...> wrote:

Found this.. Should help: https://www.qsl.net/g0isw/g0iswms.htm


> ------ Original Message ------
> From: pietro@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?













locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

ve4cy
 

Found this.. Should help: https://www.qsl.net/g0isw/g0iswms.htm

------ Original Message ------
> From: pietro@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?





locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

Pietro Molina
 

.380 seems to be the most frequent.

I2OIM

Il giorno gio 5 mag 2022 alle ore 17:40 <jwt873@...> ha scritto:

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.


> ------ Original Message ------
> From: pietro@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?








locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

ve4cy
 

No.. Just North America. Not sure of other regions.

------ Original Message ------
> From: pietro@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Thursday, May 5, 2022 10:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> Region 1, too?





locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

Pietro Molina
 

Region 1, too?


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

ve4cy
 

Two popular bands:

Six meters 50.260
Two meters 144.150

Also some on 220 and 432... But not for the feint of heart.

------ Original Message ------
> From: twelveoclockhigh@...
> To: main@wsjtx.groups.io
> Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2022 3:23 PM
> Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> What band?


Roy
WA0YMH

On Wed, May 4, 2022, 12:59 PM David Tucker <nu4ndave@...> wrote:

I understand there is a meteor shower May 5-6. Been a long time since I
used MSK144. Guess I will leave the rig on overnight and see what I can
decode.
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*73'S DAVE NU4N*









locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

ve4cy
 

Made two MSK144 scatter contacts this morning on 2 meters with my IC-9700. One was a new station/grid.

73 de Jim VE4CY

------ Original Message ------
> From: nu4ndave@...
> To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
> Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2022 12:59 PM
> Subject: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

> I understand there is a meteor shower May 5-6. Been a long time since I used MSK144. Guess I will leave the rig on overnight and see what I can decode.
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*73'S DAVE NU4N*





locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

Reino Talarmo
 

I assume 6 m.
73 Reino OH3mA

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io [mailto:main@WSJTX.groups.io] On Behalf Of Roy Appleton
Sent: 4. toukokuutata 2022 23:24
To: main@wsjtx.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

What band?


Roy
WA0YMH

On Wed, May 4, 2022, 12:59 PM David Tucker <nu4ndave@...> wrote:

I understand there is a meteor shower May 5-6. Been a long time since
I used MSK144. Guess I will leave the rig on overnight and see what I
can decode.
--
*73'S DAVE NU4N*






locked Re: odd behavior after update to WSJT-X 2.5.4 #Icom

K3SF
 

known issues
last working versions 2.5.2 is OK with level control

saw on wsjt io group
it is Qt version problem...
needs to be recompiled

guess they will do it eventually

https://wsjtx.groups.io/g/main/topic/90423270#33713


locked Re: odd behavior after update to WSJT-X 2.5.4 #Icom

K3SF
 

This is KNOWN issue...
last version of wsjtx that works properly fro macs is 2.5.2


saw on wsjt io group
it is Qt version problem...
needs to be recompiled

guess they will do it eventually

\\\https://wsjtx.groups.io/g/main/topic/90423270#33713


Paul K3SF


locked Re: WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

SteveO
 

Mike,

Okay, so without the VS commands, using the new DLL you sent, there is a problem.

When the Split is configured for rig, when changing bands from WSJT-x, VFO A is changing but VFO B stays on the previous band.

Then when Enable button is active the radio transmits on VFO-B which isn’t the same band as selected. I my case, I am listening on VFO A (14.095600 MHz) however when I transmit, I am transmitting on VFO B (expected) but it is transmitting on 7.038600 MHz.

Without the VS logic, the FT-991a (or FT-891) are not getting the proper VFO-B settings when changing bands.

I am assuming that the mail system is stripping the log files when I attach them.

Best regards,
Steve KC5NK

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: SteveO via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, May 1, 2022 11:54 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

Mike,

Here is a larger snippet…

[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589509][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup: final vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589515][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_set_split_vfo: final rxvfo=VFOA, txvfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589521][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../src/src/rig.c(4541) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589528][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_set_split_vfo(4560): split already set...ignoring
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589536][RIGCTRL:debug] 4:rig.c(4561):rig_set_split_vfo returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589541][RIGCTRL:trace] state: true
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589545][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_set_split_freq_mode freq=7074000 mode = PKTUSB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589555][RIGCTRL:debug] 4:rig.c(4314):rig_set_split_freq_mode entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589564][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup:(from rig_set_split_freq_mode:4336) vfo=TX, vfo_curr=VFOA, split=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589571][RIGCTRL:debug] vfo_fixup(1936): split=1, vfo==TX tx_vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589580][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup: RIG_VFO_TX changed to VFOB, split=1, satmode=0
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589594][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_set_split_freq_mode: vfo=VFOB, tx_freq=7074000, tx_mode=PKTUSB, tx_width=-1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589600][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../src/src/rig.c(4382) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589611][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_set_split_freq called vfo=VFOB, curr_vfo=VFOA, tx_freq=7074000
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589618][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_get_freq(1774) called vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589633][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup:(from rig_get_freq:1780) vfo=VFOB, vfo_curr=VFOA, split=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589638][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup: final vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.276230][00:00:32.589645][RIGCTRL:debug] ../../src/src/rig.c(1783) vfo=VFOB, curr_vfo=VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589671][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_get_freq: VFOB cache hit age=287ms, freq=14074000
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589678][RIGCTRL:trace] 4:rig_get_freq: elapsed=1ms
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589684][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../src/src/rig.c(3705) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589689][RIGCTRL:debug] ft991_set_split_freq called
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589694][RIGCTRL:debug] ft991_get_tx_split called
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589701][RIGCTRL:debug] 5:newcat.c(7454):newcat_get_tx_vfo entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589708][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FT
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589716][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589729][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589737][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589745][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589752][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(10101):newcat_get_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589760][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.277261][00:00:32.589766][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.288397][00:00:32.600968][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FT;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.288397][00:00:32.601227][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 3 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.288397][00:00:32.601244][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 54 3b FT;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.314230][00:00:32.626751][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=129 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628142][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic(): RX 4 characters, direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628158][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 54 30 3b FT0;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628165][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_cmd: read count = 4, ret_data = FT0;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628173][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(10321):newcat_get_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628178][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(9995):newcat_get_vfo_mode entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628182][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command IF
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628188][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628192][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628198][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628203][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628209][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10101):newcat_get_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628221][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.315230][00:00:32.628227][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.326260][00:00:32.638944][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = IF;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.326260][00:00:32.639263][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 3 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.326260][00:00:32.639279][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 49 46 3b IF;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.352539][00:00:32.665056][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=129 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670815][RIGCTRL:debug] read_string_generic: minlen now 28
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670837][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic(): RX 28 characters, direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670846][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 49 46 31 32 37 30 30 37 30 37 34 30 30 30 2b 30 IF127007074000+0
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670853][RIGCTRL:trace] 0010 30 30 30 30 30 43 30 30 30 30 30 3b 00000C00000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670860][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_cmd: read count = 28, ret_data = IF127007074000+000000C00000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670870][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10321):newcat_get_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670878][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_vfo_mode: offset=22, width_frequency=9
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670883][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_vfo_mode: vfo mode = VFO
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670901][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(10050):newcat_get_vfo_mode returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670906][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_tx_vfo: tx_vfo = VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670913][RIGCTRL:debug] 5:newcat.c(7515):newcat_get_tx_vfo returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670918][RIGCTRL:debug] 5:newcat.c(7366):newcat_set_tx_vfo entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670925][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FT
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670930][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670934][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670941][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670951][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670962][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(7522):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670970][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_vfo_from_alias: alias vfo = VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670979][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(7580):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670988][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../../src/rigs/yaesu/newcat.c(7421) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.670994][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FT3;, vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.671000][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(10502):newcat_set_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.671009][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.358186][00:00:32.671016][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683726][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 42 30 31 34 30 37 34 30 30 30 3b FB014074000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683755][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FT3;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683763][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10338):newcat_set_cmd_validate entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683767][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd_validate: priv->cmd_str=FT3;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683773][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.371189][00:00:32.683779][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.381920][00:00:32.694544][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 7 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.381920][00:00:32.694565][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 54 33 3b 46 54 3b FT3;FT;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.407225][00:00:32.719636][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=129 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722203][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic(): RX 4 characters, direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722227][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 54 31 3b FT1;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722233][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd: cmd_validate OK
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722240][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10519):newcat_set_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722246][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(7439):newcat_set_tx_vfo returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722252][RIGCTRL:debug] 6:newcat.c(744):newcat_set_freq entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722261][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722267][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722272][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722277][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722296][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722300][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722305][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722311][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722315][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722320][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722325][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_freq: passed vfo = VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722345][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_freq: passed freq = 7074000 Hz
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722354][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(7522):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722359][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_vfo_from_alias: alias vfo = VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722366][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(7580):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722374][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_freq: special_60m=0, 60m freq=0, is_ftdx3000=0,is_ftdx3000dm=0
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722382][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../../src/rigs/yaesu/newcat.c(904)newcat_set_freq: rig->state.current_vfo=VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722390][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_get_freq(1774) called vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722404][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup:(from rig_get_freq:1780) vfo=VFOB, vfo_curr=VFOA, split=0
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722413][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup: final vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722417][RIGCTRL:debug] ../../src/src/rig.c(1783) vfo=VFOB, curr_vfo=VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722436][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_get_freq: cache miss age=10000ms, cached_vfo=VFOB, asked_vfo=VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722442][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_get_freq(1865): vfo_opt=0, model=1035
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722447][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(1169):newcat_get_freq entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722451][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_freq: passed vfo = VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722455][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FA
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722461][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722466][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722471][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722476][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722480][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722485][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722490][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722495][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722500][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722505][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(7522):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722509][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_vfo_from_alias: alias vfo = VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722514][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(7580):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722518][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722524][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722527][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722533][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722538][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722542][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FB;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722548][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10101):newcat_get_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722555][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.409235][00:00:32.722560][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.421259][00:00:32.733763][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 54 31 3b FT1;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.421259][00:00:32.733780][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FB;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.421259][00:00:32.733908][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 3 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.421259][00:00:32.733922][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 42 3b FB;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.447149][00:00:32.759548][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=129 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.762992][RIGCTRL:debug] read_string_generic: minlen now 12
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763005][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic(): RX 12 characters, direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763012][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 42 30 31 34 30 37 34 30 30 30 3b FB014074000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763018][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_cmd: read count = 12, ret_data = FB014074000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763031][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10321):newcat_get_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763048][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_freq: freq = 14074000 Hz for vfo VFOB
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763055][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(1234):newcat_get_freq returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763084][RIGCTRL:trace] 6:rig_get_freq: elapsed=41ms
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763091][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../../src/rigs/yaesu/newcat.c(923)newcat_set_freq: checking VFOB for band change
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763102][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_band_index: freq=7.074e+06, band=3
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763111][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_band_index: freq=1.4074e+07, band=5
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763115][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_freq: VFO_B band changing=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763121][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command BS
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763126][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763130][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763135][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763143][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763147][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../../src/rigs/yaesu/newcat.c(943) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763151][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command VS
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763156][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763161][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763165][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763171][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command: 'FT-991' command 'VS' not supported
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763175][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7332):newcat_valid_command returning2(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763180][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_band_index: freq=7.074e+06, band=3
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763185][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10502):newcat_set_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763191][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.450150][00:00:32.763195][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.461210][00:00:32.773671][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.461210][00:00:32.773686][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10338):newcat_set_cmd_validate entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.461210][00:00:32.773690][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd_validate: priv->cmd_str=BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.461210][00:00:32.773695][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.461210][00:00:32.773700][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.472225][00:00:32.784819][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 5 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.472225][00:00:32.784837][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 42 53 30 33 3b BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.498210][00:00:32.810604][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10437):newcat_set_cmd_validate returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.498210][00:00:32.810643][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd: cmd_validate OK
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.498210][00:00:32.810657][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10519):newcat_set_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311173][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command VS
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311217][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311226][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311236][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311246][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command: 'FT-991' command 'VS' not supported
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311257][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7332):newcat_valid_command returning2(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311271][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10502):newcat_set_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311279][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:43.998686][00:00:33.311290][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.009637][00:00:33.322216][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.009637][00:00:33.322243][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10338):newcat_set_cmd_validate entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.009637][00:00:33.322249][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd_validate: priv->cmd_str=BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.009637][00:00:33.322255][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.009637][00:00:33.322260][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.020537][00:00:33.333535][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 5 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.020537][00:00:33.333561][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 42 53 30 33 3b BS03;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.358934][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10437):newcat_set_cmd_validate returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.358955][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_cmd: cmd_validate OK
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.358962][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(10519):newcat_set_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.358988][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_get_freq(1774) called vfo=Main
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359002][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup:(from rig_get_freq:1780) vfo=Main, vfo_curr=VFOA, split=0
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359008][RIGCTRL:debug] ../../src/src/rig.c(1783) vfo=VFOA, curr_vfo=VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359027][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_get_freq: cache miss age=10000ms, cached_vfo=VFOA, asked_vfo=VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359031][RIGCTRL:debug] rig_get_freq(1865): vfo_opt=0, model=1035
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359037][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(1169):newcat_get_freq entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359040][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_freq: passed vfo = VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359044][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359053][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359056][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359060][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359065][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359068][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FB
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359078][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359081][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359086][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359090][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359095][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(7522):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359098][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_vfo_from_alias: alias vfo = VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359102][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(7580):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359105][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command FA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359109][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359112][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359118][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359122][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359126][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FA;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359131][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10101):newcat_get_cmd entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359137][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_flush: called for serial device
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.046545][00:00:33.359142][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=4095 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.058747][00:00:33.371373][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 53 48 30 31 30 3b SH010;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.058747][00:00:33.371444][RIGCTRL:trace] cmd_str = FA;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.058747][00:00:33.371778][RIGCTRL:trace] write_block(): TX 3 bytes, method=2
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.058747][00:00:33.371791][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 41 3b FA;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.085345][00:00:33.397670][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic called, rxmax=129 direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399644][RIGCTRL:debug] read_string_generic: minlen now 12
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399653][RIGCTRL:trace] read_string_generic(): RX 12 characters, direct=1
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399660][RIGCTRL:trace] 0000 46 41 30 30 37 30 37 34 30 30 30 3b FA007074000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399666][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_cmd: read count = 12, ret_data = FA007074000;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399674][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(10321):newcat_get_cmd returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399691][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_freq: freq = 7074000 Hz for vfo VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399698][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:newcat.c(1234):newcat_get_freq returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399727][RIGCTRL:trace] 6:rig_get_freq: elapsed=41ms
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399734][RIGCTRL:debug] 7:rig.c(2135):rig_get_mode entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399741][RIGCTRL:trace] vfo_fixup:(from rig_get_mode:2155) vfo=Main, vfo_curr=VFOA, split=0
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399754][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_get_mode: VFOA cache check age=10040ms
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399762][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_get_mode: cache miss age mode=10040ms, width=10040ms
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399767][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../src/src/rig.c(2196) trace
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399773][RIGCTRL:debug] 8:newcat.c(1340):newcat_get_mode entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399777][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command MD
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399784][RIGCTRL:debug] 9:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399787][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399791][RIGCTRL:debug] 9:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399797][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399802][RIGCTRL:debug] 9:newcat.c(7522):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias entered
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399806][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_set_vfo_from_alias: alias vfo = VFOA
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399812][RIGCTRL:debug] 9:newcat.c(7580):newcat_set_vfo_from_alias returning(0)
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399816][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_get_mode: cmd_str = MD0;
[2022-05-01 16:51:44.087344][00:00:33.399822][RIGCTRL:debug] 9:newcat.c(10101):newcat_get_cmd entered


Best regards,
Steve KC5NK

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, May 1, 2022 7:47 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

Can I get more of log so I can see where it's being called?

Not quite enough history there.

Mike W9MDB








On Sunday, May 1, 2022, 12:22:52 AM CDT, SteveO via groups.io <sollmann22@...> wrote:





Mike,

  Okay, so I did get the log file and although the command is never sent to the radio, I do see it in the log.

  I will attach log, but just in case it will not post, I’ll paste the snippet here.

[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386775][00:03:12.237178][RIGCTRL:debug] newcat.c(7290):newcat_valid_command returning2(1)
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237236][RIGCTRL:trace] ../../../src/rigs/yaesu/newcat.c(943) trace
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237279][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command VS
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237328][RIGCTRL:debug] 13:newcat.c(9957):newcat_get_rigid entered
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237368][RIGCTRL:trace] rig_id = 670
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237427][RIGCTRL:debug] 13:newcat.c(9978):newcat_get_rigid returning(670)
[2022-04-30 21:39:39.386923][00:03:12.237483][RIGCTRL:trace] newcat_valid_command: 'FT-991' command 'VS' not supported
 
This happens a few times in the file, but the COM port never sees the command now.

Best regards,
    Steve  KC5NK

PS:  Do you ever sleep or take a day off?  Thanks for your very quick responses!

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2022 4:37 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

Yes...band change was using VS even if the rig didn't have it....so only rigs that have it will execute that command now.

Mike W9MDB








On Saturday, April 30, 2022, 04:35:08 PM CDT, SteveO via groups.io <sollmann22@...> wrote:





Michael,

  I did see your e-mails after my response.

  I’m currently testing, trying to duplicate the issue, but with the new Ham Lib DLL (10 MB larger than previous) I cannot duplicate the issue.

  Prior to changing the DLL, it always happened on a band change from say 40m to 20m.  I had confirmed that after submitting issue.

  Bear with me, I will keep trying various changes to see if I can trigger it.  If not, we may chalk it up to some changes in the DLL?

Best regards,
    Steve KC5NK

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From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2022 4:26 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

Don't know if you saw my email to try this DLL

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7aejdv74nfjxr0q/libhamlib-4.dll?dl=0

WSJT-X does expect responses to some commands but VS isn't one that's required.  That's the hamlib backend doing that.

Mike W9MDB




On Saturday, April 30, 2022, 04:00:14 PM CDT, SteveO via groups.io <sollmann22@...> wrote:





It just would generate an error.  But no problem.

Didn’t know if anyone was aware of it.

I wrote my own application that is a proxy between WSJT-X and the radio.  My application allows me to control the radio, while not interfering with WSJT-x.    I created a function “isWsjtxSafe()” and only allow commands through that are recognized and responses.  VS and MD commands are not expected commands for the FT-891/FT-991a.

Was under impression WSJT-x would only send commands to radios that they understood.  If it doesn’t bother you, it doesn’t bother me.  I just send TX0; to the radio every time an unexpected/undefined command is sent to the radio.  Sort of a failsafe ….  Had bad experience where radio was in a TX state unexpectedly and stayed on for an undesirable period of time.

Is there a certain behavior expected for unsupported commands to the radios that WSJT-x is looking for?

Best regards,
  Steve (KC5NK)

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From: Michael Black via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2022 3:13 PM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] WSJT-X sending incorrect command to FT-991a #Cat_RigControl

And is it causing a problem?  Other than you seeing the unexpected command?

Mike W9MDB
    On Saturday, April 30, 2022, 03:03:35 PM CDT, SteveO via groups.io <sollmann22@...> wrote: 

Previously had issue with MD command over CAT.  Upgraded Ham Lib DLL file as instructed and that worked.

With the new DLL, fixed the MD command but now am seeing commands occasionally:  VS1;, VS0; and VS; commands over the serial port.  The radio does not recognize these commands. 

From my logs:
20220430_19:46:02.142 Z  ** SYS  | EXT CAT, unexpected command:  VS1;
20220430_19:46:02.142 Z  ** SYS  | EXT CAT, unexpected command:  VS;
20220430_19:46:04.854 Z  ** SYS  | EXT CAT, unexpected command:  VS0;
20220430_19:46:04.855 Z  ** SYS  | EXT CAT, unexpected command:  VS;

This family of commands is not listed in the CAT manual from Yaesu for the FT-991a.  I checked in FT891 CAT manual, also not there, but it was in the FT-950 CAT manual as VFO select.

I know I was trying to establish FT8 contact not sure if I changed bands from 40m to 20m around this time or changing from one FT8 station to another when this occurred.


locked Re: Eta Aquards Meteor Shower #MSK144

Roy Appleton
 

What band?


Roy
WA0YMH

On Wed, May 4, 2022, 12:59 PM David Tucker <nu4ndave@...> wrote:

I understand there is a meteor shower May 5-6. Been a long time since I
used MSK144. Guess I will leave the rig on overnight and see what I can
decode.
--
*73'S DAVE NU4N*






locked Re: #Windows07 #WSJTX_config #Windows07 #WSJTX_config

rempecs@...
 

HI Reino:
It worked! Back in business!
Thanks for taking the time to help.
Rich, WA1FKP

-----Original Message-----
From: main@WSJTX.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io> On Behalf Of Reino Talarmo
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2022 1:38 AM
To: main@WSJTX.groups.io
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] #Windows07 #WSJTX_config

Rich,

I have seen this happen. In my case PC clock was off more than 2 seconds. I checked time using time.is page.
73, Reino OH3mA

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