VHF work?

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Re: VHF work?

Post by sm7sjr » 14 Jan 2017, 23:18

Alright, well this has been on the wish list for quite some time. Guess I will have to look for something else then.

73s and GL.

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Re: VHF work?

Post by sm7sjr » 03 Apr 2017, 05:20

Meanwhile waiting for some VHF features I am trying to use log4om anyway. Yesterday I was on 23cm EME, tried to log some qsos but got the "out of band" error. Checked the bandplan xml file and it ended at 70cm.

I assume no one is using log4om on 23cm and/or higher bands then?

Personally I will be on 6cm and 3cm soonish. Folks are doing 24GHz and 47GHz and some even 76. I hope log4om can fill the gap, there is a gap now when HRD support is zero and VQlog is not developed. So there is no good log sw for us "higher freq nerds".

If there will be more efforts in the VHF area, let me know if you need any further feedback of what we so desperately would appreciate.

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73 de SM7SJR, Bjorn

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Re: VHF work?

Post by G4POP » 03 Apr 2017, 08:32

The bandplan xml file enables the user to add or modify bands according to his specific requirements, just use notepad to edit it.
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Re: VHF work?

Post by IW3HMH » 03 Apr 2017, 12:44

There are some informations on the forum about editing your own bandplan (remember to add extension "_user.xml" to keep it between following updates.

New 1.28 will feature a small addition to the locator statistics, allowing you to filter by mode "category" (CW/PHONE/DIGITAL)
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Re: VHF work?

Post by sm7sjr » 03 Apr 2017, 13:46

Thanks for the info. Will do.

73 de SM7SJR

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