for Project:

Welcome to the Bug Tracking System for the Win-Test contest logger. Things to note :

Feel free to report any bugs, however minor. To improve efficiency, please try to be as accurate as possible.

Please don't ask for feature requests here but on the mailing list.

Thanks for your help. Olivier F5MZN and Laurent F6FVY

Task #349 — WT 4.12.0 aborts message record in DX log ALL MODE

Attached to Project— Win-Test
Opened by Larry N1TX (N1TX) - Wednesday, 4 Jun 2014, 10:14pm
Bug Report
Voice Keyer
Current WT-4.x
0% complete

I have WT 4.12.0 configured to use the Microkeyer II DVK instead of the internal DVK. WT uses the Microham control protocol to write/plackback messages. It's worked fine for SSB-only and MIXED MODE contests. In anticipation of the upcoming W1AW/KL7 event, I was setting up an ALL MODE DXpedition log and discovered the DVK function no longer worked.

Here is the log from the Microkeyer II with my comments after /////. The WT software appears to sends an immediate stop command when recording in ALL MODES. SSB and MIXED work fine with the same configuration.

0000422996: Log enabled, (urouter v8.5.3, micro KEYER II v6.2) 0000442403: H-TX: MR1 (start message recording) ///// DXpedition MIXED MODE 0000442465: H-RX: MR1 (message recording started) 0000446396: H-TX: MRS (stop message recording) 0000446584: H-RX: MRS (message recording stoped) 0000448456: H-TX: MP1 (play message) 0000448487: H-RX: MP1 (message playing started) 0000448502: H-RX: P1 (PTT output) 0000448518: H-RX: L0 (output lock) 0000452402: H-RX: MPS (message playing stoped) 0000452434: H-RX: P0 (PTT output) 0000452449: H-RX: L1 (output lock) 0000454009: H-TX: MP1 (play message) 0000454040: H-RX: MP1 (message playing started) 0000454056: H-RX: P1 (PTT output) 0000454087: H-RX: L0 (output lock) 0000457956: H-RX: MPS (message playing stoped) 0000457987: H-RX: P0 (PTT output) 0000457987: H-RX: L1 (output lock) 0000458861: H-TX: MA (abort message) /////Normal execution. 0000461669: H-TX: MA (abort message) 0000485365: H-TX: V (get versions) 0000485365: H-RX: VR08.05.03 (router version) ////Change to ALL MODE 0000485365: H-RX: VSM2U6G5A0 (device serial number) 0000485365: H-RX: VF06.02 (device firmware version) 0000485365: H-TX: C (get connection status) 0000485365: H-RX: C1 (connection status) 0000485365: H-TX: I1 (enable autoinformation) 0000485365: H-RX: C1 (connection status) 0000485365: H-RX: P0 (PTT output) 0000485365: H-RX: H0 (foot switch) 0000485365: H-RX: L1 (output lock) 0000485381: H-RX: MBdefault (DVK bank name) 0000485381: H-RX: KV (keyer mode) 0000492401: H-TX: MR1 (start message recording) /////Start recording 0000492448: H-RX: MR1 (message recording started) 0000492479: H-RX: MRS (message recording stoped) /////Immediate STOP command 0000495864: H-TX: MRS (stop message recording) 2014-06-01 20:28:33 : Log saved, (urouter v8.5.3, micro KEYER II v6.2)

This task depends upon

This task blocks these from closing

Comments (2) | Attachments (0) | Related Tasks (0/0) | Notifications (3) | Reminders (0) | History |

Comment by F6FVY - Thursday, 5 Jun 2014, 1:44am

Actually, from the log, it rather appears it is the MicroHam device that sends the MRS comand and not Win-Test ?! H-TX means the host sends (= the computer sends) and H-RX means the host receives (= the computer receives).

I have to reinstall my MK II and its software on my new computer and check it. Maybe next week-end or the week after. In the meantime, please check your configuration on the router software.

Comment by Larry N1TX - Thursday, 5 Jun 2014, 2:27am

Thank you for pointing out the H message header. I'll explain a bit more about my interaction with WT near the end of the log.

0000492401: H-TX: MR1 (start message recording) /////Start recording

At this point I hit Shift-F1 to begin recording.

0000492448: H-RX: MR1 (message recording started)

Confirm message recording

0000492479: H-RX: MRS (message recording stoped) /////Immediate STOP command

I didn't do anything here. Seems to be internally generated.

0000495864: H-TX: MRS (stop message recording)

Here is where I hit ESC to stop the recording