[pskmail] Re: KB2PNM server up and running

  • From: "John\"D\" Thompson" <jdtidw7ret@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2011 08:59:31 -0700

I was going to reply about the speed limit, just as courtesy.  The limit is
300 in the USA as per part 97 rules. Again just as a courtesy I am not
telling you what to do. Thanks for all the great work on PSKmail. I would
like to install a server myself as soon as I get a transceiver I will. 73
W7RET Boise ID

(3) Only a RTTY or data emission
using a specified digital code listed in
§ 97.309(a) of this part may be transmitted.
The symbol rate must not exceed
300 bauds, or for frequency-shift
keying, the frequency shift between
mark and space must not exceed 1 kHz.

On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 8:49 AM, Pär Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Robert,
> Great, that should be fun and its very much needed!!
> Please make sure you have the right mode running on the server there. We
> europeans have no speed limits so we like PSK500R, you may have to slow down
> and set PSK250R or so (the US 300 baud speed limit).
> Ok, regarding the client installer I used to always do those but the last
> one was compiled by Rein. I cant see any difference in them but I can
> regenerate a new installer for you. I will put it here:
> http://www.crusefalk.se/jpskmailinstall/
> While writing now the files there are old but I'll upload the new version
> in a few minutes. I'll also make sure I put a zip archive there, if all else
> fails then just unzip that archive and double click on the jar file...
> 73 de Per, sm0rwo
> 2011-01-16 16:31, Robert Krasowski skrev:
>>     Finally I have my server up and running, seems to be working well,
>>>    at least when connected via "wire".
>>>    It is on 10.147MHz (this is display frequency in USB). PSK500R,
>>>    Antenna dipol for 30 meters, Power 60 watts.
>>>    I should keep it operational all the time, except for testing, so
>>>    I will appreciate any input (read testing). Please try to connect
>>>    and use the server.
>>>    Thanks
>>>    Robert
>>>    KB2PNM
>>>    ps We were not able to solve issue of installation in Win xp
>>>    professional. :(

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