[pskmail] Re: server client sync

  • From: roger g6ckr <radio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 14:49:35 +0100

You have probably seen my earlier reply by now.
So not unless you want to try something out for yourself in whcih case
I'm happy to test with you.
I stuck with the Linux client on my laptop so I had a stable set up for
the SET. Although I did change to fidigi 3.11.
I have used the java but thought I better have a stable platform for the
SET hence the laptop as the desk top was running the last Fldig Alpha
before the release and the java ;-)
the Global Set ends at 15:00 UTC by the way.

On Sat, 2009-04-18 at 15:34 +0200, Per Crusefalk wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> I was in the shack during that QSO and it sounded ok from my end. We
> were jammed by ALE stations calling (always seems like they do that
> forever) so it wasn't a clean and fast session but it worked.
> Which client were you using? The java client is better at avoiding
> collisions due to the changed protocol (the server stays in control of
> the exchange). Collisions can still happen but they are much less
> frequent now (I know someone says they are gone but not quite).
> Would you like me to alter the frequency settings for the Global SET in
> any way? I saw u ping and it looked like my server was the only one
> responding.
> 73 de Per, sm0rwo
> lör 2009-04-18 klockan 14:17 +0100 skrev roger g6ckr:
> > Hi.
> > Just got a Global SET message away via SM0RWO but during the exchange it
> > looked like the client was starting to TX just as the server was also
> > starting to TX.
> > Do I need to change any settings on my client.
> > 73 G6CKR
> > g6ckr@xxxxxxxxxx
> > 
> > 

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