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locked Re: UDP interface

Ron / W4MMP
 

So reading between the lines a bit,  everything JTAlert needs is available via the UDP interface, correct?  Just curious.
73
Ron / W4MMP
On 12/8/2015 21:02, 'Laurie, VK3AMA' groups07@... [HamApps] wrote:

Big picture. it should be doable as part of the JTAlert V3 development. V3 is a total rewrite using a new language and development environment.


locked Re: UDP interface

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 12:42 PM, Ron w4mmp@... [HamApps] wrote:

Hi Laurie,

Understood.  But what about the larger picture of JTAlert running on Windows communicating with WSJT-X running on Linux (if the IP address were configurable)?

73
Ron / W4MMP
Big picture. it should be doable as part of the JTAlert V3 development. V3 is a total rewrite using a new language and development environment.

To have WSJT-X on a remote machine would force the user to provide certain settings that currently JTAlert automatically determines by enumerating the running wsjtx.exe processes and examining the configs. If a user wanted to run with WSJT-X on a remote machine, it would be expected that they have sufficient skill to configure JTAlert correctly.

BTW, JTAlert V3 is being coded under .NET and I am endeavouring to keep the code "MONO" compatible, which should allow for Linux and MacOS versions of JTAlert. The primary focus is Windows, but I have my eye on the other environments.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   
 


locked Re: UDP Question (Repost)

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 4:25 AM, 'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps] wrote:

Sorry if this was answered, but I can�t find any reference to it.

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Jim

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Good Day

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All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.

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Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the �next� button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.

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With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the �next� button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.

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Question, is there a way to only set the �next� button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?

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73 Jim K8SIA

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Jim,

Once the free message "Next" radio button is enabled, whether by a user manually clicking the radio button or by JTAlert, the transmission of that message is "Next" in the queue and will start transmitting the message at the top of the next minute.

Enabling the radio button doesn't initiate transmission of the Free Text message immediately.

Are you observing something different? Is WSJT-X behaving differently when manually enabling the Radio button as opposed to the radio button being enabled via UDP? They should be the same.
What version of WSJT-X are your running?

de Laurie VK3AMA
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locked Re: UDP interface

Ron / W4MMP
 

Hi Laurie,

Understood.  But what about the larger picture of JTAlert running on Windows communicating with WSJT-X running on Linux (if the IP address were configurable)?
73
Ron / W4MMP
On 12/8/2015 20:36, 'Laurie, VK3AMA' groups07@... [HamApps] wrote:

 

On 9/12/2015 4:09 AM, w4mmp@... [HamApps] wrote:

Hi Laurie,


I am curious to know how much of the interface between JTAlert and WSJT-X has been implemented in UDP? The reason I ask is I am moving (slowly) to Linux.  I know there is slim to none chance JTAlert will be implemented on Linux.   However the idea is to run JTAlert on a Windows machine and WSJT-X on a Linux machine with UDP as the interface between the two. 


Also, I believe the IP address in JTAlert is hardcoded to 127.0.0.1 (but I may be wrong about that).  At a very minimum that would need to be opened up to be configured. 


73,

Ron / W4MMP

Ron,

The 127.0.0.1 is not hardcoded in JTAlert. It can easily be the IP address of the PC. The value used comes from reading the WSJT-X config. Determining the location of the config is done by examining the running WSJT-X processes and determining where the config file resides for each WSJT-X instance (up to 10 are supported).

This requirement to enumerate the wsjtx.exe processes means that WSJT-X and JTAlert must be running on the same PC. There is now way around that at this time. Sorry.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   



locked Re: UDP interface

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 4:09 AM, w4mmp@... [HamApps] wrote:

Hi Laurie,


I am curious to know how much of the interface between JTAlert and WSJT-X has been implemented in UDP? The reason I ask is I am moving (slowly) to Linux.  I know there is slim to none chance JTAlert will be implemented on Linux.   However the idea is to run JTAlert on a Windows machine and WSJT-X on a Linux machine with UDP as the interface between the two. 


Also, I believe the IP address in JTAlert is hardcoded to 127.0.0.1 (but I may be wrong about that).  At a very minimum that would need to be opened up to be configured. 


73,

Ron / W4MMP

Ron,

The 127.0.0.1 is not hardcoded in JTAlert. It can easily be the IP address of the PC. The value used comes from reading the WSJT-X config. Determining the location of the config is done by examining the running WSJT-X processes and determining where the config file resides for each WSJT-X instance (up to 10 are supported).

This requirement to enumerate the wsjtx.exe processes means that WSJT-X and JTAlert must be running on the same PC. There is now way around that at this time. Sorry.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   


locked Re: Band activity indicator

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 6:26 AM, captkirk@... [HamApps] wrote:

I'm asking because I am wondering if it is my eyes or my confuser.  I didn't find any reference in help either.  On my screen the shading of the colors for the different bands seems to change.  Sometimes one or more of the bands will be invisible and I personally don't see any correlation between the amount of hams on the band and the shade/depth of color. 

Kirk - N6SXR


Kirk,

Tha Band Activity display provides a visible indication as to the amount of activity on the Bands (taken from HamSpots.net spots). The different colors, which are user configurable, are designed to give an indication on how "Hot" the bands are with activity.

The Colors for the different thresholds can be set in the Settings window, "Window -> Band Activity Display" section.
You can also turn off the hiding of bands when there is no activity if you wish.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   


locked Re: Decoded Calls Request

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 4:26 AM, 'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps] wrote:

Good Day

Would it be possible to add the dB after the call, in decoded calls, so that one can pick the one most likely to work without looking for it in WSJT-X and then selected it using UDP ? This would prevent me from trying to work a station at -25 when an equally new one is much stronger.

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73 Jim K8SIA

Jim,

I'll add your request to the todo list.

The only way to achieve what you want at this present time is to have the Decodes History window open. It shows the callsigns colored the same as the main JTAlert window plus has the dB column visible when in its reduced (narrow) size.

de Laurie VK3AMA
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locked Re: Change Station Call

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 9/12/2015 10:47 AM, vr2xmt@... [HamApps] wrote:
 

I need to borrow my Notebook Computer to my friend who want to use for field day, but can't change the call.

Please help to have the ChangeStationCall.exe file, where to download it ?


73 Charlie / VR2XMT



Charlie,

I have sent you a direct email with the download link.

de Laurie VK3AMA
   


locked Change Station Call

Charlie Ho
 

I need to borrow my Notebook Computer to my friend who want to use for field day, but can't change the call.

Please help to have the ChangeStationCall.exe file, where to download it ?


73 Charlie / VR2XMT


locked Re: Band activity indicator

Michael Black
 

You'll find your plot will look better if you increase your "Start 0 Hz" to at least 150.
73
Mike W9MDB


From: "Mike Anderson mike@... [HamApps]"
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 2:58 PM
Subject: Re: [HamApps] Band activity indicator

 
Laurie calls it a heat map  in the tutorial and gives a band activity  snap shot;  however, the activity you see is based on world wide information from Ham Spots data as I understand.    I use it in conjunction with the Band Activity window which I keep open as well the call sign window to get the bigger picture.

Mike
K5NAN




locked Re: Band activity indicator

Mike Anderson
 

Laurie calls it a heat map  in the tutorial and gives a band activity  snap shot;  however, the activity you see is based on world wide information from Ham Spots data as I understand.    I use it in conjunction with the Band Activity window which I keep open as well the call sign window to get the bigger picture.

Mike
K5NAN


locked Re: UDP Question (Repost)

Michael Black
 

I asked for a tri-state solution and it was disapproved.
Clicking the Next isn't all that much to ask.  Probably a small pain if you use the macro buttons a lot.    Only time I use them is for a signal message or a non-standard 73...but only then non-standard 73 when I see a non-standard response from them.   There are at least two people who have said they won't log your QSO if you don't follow the EXACT exchange showed in the help file so I don't send any non-standard messages unless they do.

Are you using macros a lot?

And you're right....WSJT-X was moving stuff around and JTAlert relied on everything being at the same location so was very problematic.
 73
Mike W9MDB



From: "'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps]"
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 1:49 PM
Subject: RE: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)

 
Mike
 
Close, but no cigar.
 
Setting the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field", results in the macro being loaded to message 5 BUT the Next indicator is not set.
 
I can manually set the Next indicator, which is acceptable, but is different than V1.5.
 
Checking again, I find that in V1.6 there is no way with or without UDP to set the message and the next indicator in WSJT-X.
 
Without UDP, you can’t even set the macro message and with UDP you can set the macro message without Next or with Next and Now.
 
If I recall, this behavior is a result of JTAlert allowing for resizing WSJT-X.
 
73 Jim K8SIA
 


From: HamApps@... [mailto:HamApps@...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2015 12:47 PM
To: HamApps@...
Subject: Re: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)
 
 
Yes.  Settings/Window/Macros
Click the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field"
73
Mike W9MDB

From: "'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps]" <HamApps@...>
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 11:25 AM
Subject: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)
 
 
Sorry if this was answered, but I can’t find any reference to it.
 
Jim
 
Good Day
 
All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.
 
Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the “next” button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.
 
With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the “next” button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.
 
Question, is there a way to only set the “next” button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?
 
73 Jim K8SIA
 
 



locked Re: UDP Question (Repost)

James Besancon
 

Mike

 

Close, but no cigar.

 

Setting the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field", results in the macro being loaded to message 5 BUT the Next indicator is not set.

 

I can manually set the Next indicator, which is acceptable, but is different than V1.5.

 

Checking again, I find that in V1.6 there is no way with or without UDP to set the message and the next indicator in WSJT-X.

 

Without UDP, you can’t even set the macro message and with UDP you can set the macro message without Next or with Next and Now.

 

If I recall, this behavior is a result of JTAlert allowing for resizing WSJT-X.

 

73 Jim K8SIA

 

From: HamApps@... [mailto:HamApps@...]
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2015 12:47 PM
To: HamApps@...
Subject: Re: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)

 

 

Yes.  Settings/Window/Macros

Click the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field"

73

Mike W9MDB


From: "'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps]" <HamApps@...>
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 11:25 AM
Subject: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)

 

 

Sorry if this was answered, but I can’t find any reference to it.

 

Jim

 

Good Day

 

All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.

 

Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the “next” button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.

 

With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the “next” button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.

 

Question, is there a way to only set the “next” button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?

 

73 Jim K8SIA

 

 


locked Band activity indicator

kirkdehaan
 

I'm asking because I am wondering if it is my eyes or my confuser.  I didn't find any reference in help either.  On my screen the shading of the colors for the different bands seems to change.  Sometimes one or more of the bands will be invisible and I personally don't see any correlation between the amount of hams on the band and the shade/depth of color. 

Kirk - N6SXR



locked Re: UDP Question (Repost)

Rudy Benner <rudy@...>
 

Doesn’t work here either.
 
ve3bdr
 

Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2015 12:47 PM
Subject: Re: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)
 
 

Yes.  Settings/Window/Macros
Click the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field"
73
Mike W9MDB

From: "'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps]"
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 11:25 AM
Subject: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)
 
 
Sorry if this was answered, but I can’t find any reference to it.
 
Jim
 
Good Day
 
All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.
 
Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the “next” button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.
 
With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the “next” button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.
 
Question, is there a way to only set the “next” button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?
 
73 Jim K8SIA
 



locked Re: UDP Question (Repost)

Michael Black
 

Yes.  Settings/Window/Macros
Click the "Don't activate WSJT-X Free Text Field"
73
Mike W9MDB


From: "'Jim Besancon' k8sia@... [HamApps]"
To: HamApps@...
Sent: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 11:25 AM
Subject: [HamApps] UDP Question (Repost)

 
Sorry if this was answered, but I can’t find any reference to it.
 
Jim
 
Good Day
 
All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.
 
Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the “next” button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.
 
With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the “next” button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.
 
Question, is there a way to only set the “next” button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?
 
73 Jim K8SIA
 



locked Decoded Calls Request

James Besancon
 

Good Day

Would it be possible to add the dB after the call, in decoded calls, so that one can pick the one most likely to work without looking for it in WSJT-X and then selected it using UDP ? This would prevent me from trying to work a station at -25 when an equally new one is much stronger.

 

73 Jim K8SIA

 


locked UDP Question (Repost)

James Besancon
 

Sorry if this was answered, but I can’t find any reference to it.

 

Jim

 

Good Day

 

All comments reference V1.6 and message tab 1 in WSJT-X.

 

Without UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it would load Msg5 and set the “next” button. At this point, I had 90 seconds, or more, to get a cup of coffee.

 

With UDP, I call CQ, click on the response to begin Msg2, click in the free form macro I wanted and it loads Msg5, sets the “next” button and switches WSJT-X to begin sending Msg5.

 

Question, is there a way to only set the “next” button for Msg5 when using UDP, so that it performs like it does without UDP?

 

73 Jim K8SIA

 


locked UDP interface

Ron / W4MMP
 

Hi Laurie,


I am curious to know how much of the interface between JTAlert and WSJT-X has been implemented in UDP? The reason I ask is I am moving (slowly) to Linux.  I know there is slim to none chance JTAlert will be implemented on Linux.   However the idea is to run JTAlert on a Windows machine and WSJT-X on a Linux machine with UDP as the interface between the two. 


Also, I believe the IP address in JTAlert is hardcoded to 127.0.0.1 (but I may be wrong about that).  At a very minimum that would need to be opened up to be configured. 


73,

Ron / W4MMP


locked Re: : Kaspersky quarantined 'JTEnvironment.plugin'

Laurie, VK3AMA <groups07@...>
 

On 8/12/2015 7:35 AM, g4raa@... [HamApps] wrote:

Apparent success from Kaspersky after I uploaded the file to them, reporting it as a 'possible false positive' (their terminology):


Hello,

Sorry, it was a false detection. It will be fixed in the next update.
Thank you for your help.

Sincerely yours,
Xxxx Yyyy
Malware Analyst
_____________________
Kaspersky Lab
Bellevue, USA


Lets hope they do have a fix and it solves the problems I and others have been having.


73


Mike

G4RAA

Mike,

Thanks for submitting the file.
It is good to see that Kaspersky responded positively. Several of the other major Virus/Malware protection companies ignore the false-positive reports especially with niche-market Ham applications with a very small user-base.

Thanks again.
de Laurie VK3AMA