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Re: Selecting which Wifi TRX to connect to #help

Brian
 

Hi Alex, you change which wifi to use in the WiFi Functions -> WiFi Select menu item. Unfortunately, it only list the number and name of the wifi access point you're connecting to. This would be great if you're switching between different access points, but not so helpful if you're switching between servers and staying at the same access point. For now, you just need to remember which number slot is which, or figure it out based on the ip address like you say. Naming them whatever you like would be a great feature!

Charley, here's info on QSOBot: https://qsobot.online/howto/ . It's pretty handy!


Re: Power slider switch

JEFF WALDROP - N1JWW
 

Acknowledged! 


Thx

de N1JWW 


Re: Power slider switch

Willi, OE1WKL
 

This is normal. Power switch is for internal battery only. As soon as there is USB power it will boot up.
W

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Power slider switch

JEFF WALDROP - N1JWW
 

I built my M32 this am.  I and using small powerbank battery with micro usb connector.   The power slide switch is leaving power on.   Is this normal?   Is the switch for the small battery that stows underneath (which I do not have)

Jeff
N1JWW


Re: Built my kit this morning

Larry Vandivier W9XE
 

Jason, glad to hear you started putting yours together.  I have an order confirmation but the website says they are at Hamvention and could be up to 3 weeks to ship.  I hope since they are already in the US and maybe have not sold out they could ship one from there.  Would save the company from higher International shipping costs.

I found the battery at Amazon that Joe AI5DD is showing.   https://smile.amazon.com/Quadcopter-Battery-750mAh-YILE-TOYS/dp/B078ZZPZ5Z/ref=sr_1_12?crid=1W0IO5H7VIDSL&keywords=Model+No+352555+750mah+3.7v.+30c%2C&qid=1653232203&sprefix=model+no+352555+750mah+3.7v.+30c%2C%2Caps%2C124&sr=8-12

Catch you n Jitsi this week, hope Disney Land was fun even though you had to deal with 150 teenagers. Hi Hi

Larry W9XE


Re: Built my kit this morning

Joe AI5DD
 

Jason,

A fellow ham gave me two of these batteries, they are Model No 352555 750mah 3.7v. 30c, image attached. It shows as 4vs in the Morserino. I hope that helps. 



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On Sun, May 22, 2022 at 02:57, Jason - WV3V <meteorseeker@...> wrote:
Joe,

I have mine but haven’t built it yet. What kind of battery did you go with, out
of curiosity?

Jason -WV3V 


Re: Built my kit this morning

Jason - WV3V - Las Vegas, NV.
 

Joe,

I have mine but haven’t built it yet. What kind of battery did you go with, out
of curiosity?

Jason -WV3V 


Built my kit this morning

Joe AI5DD
 

I love this kit, had fun building it. Was my first kit build, everything works. Joined the server via wifi earlier, battery is charging now. 

Thanks again!



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Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Juergen Wagner
 

YES Joel, mni tks fr that hint ! - i didn't know that since all my 3,5mm plugs worked well with all
the transceivers, also that one comming frm W - like the Elecrafts.
73
Juergen


Am 21.05.2022 um 19:56 schrieb N1JEO - Joel Curneal:

This may be a good part of your problem.
    Most of the jacks that I have seen have a dia. of 3.5 mm ( 0.138 in)
    Many of the plugs ( maybe 50% ) have a dia. of 1/8 inch (usually 0.126 in on the data sheets).

    A 3.5 mm (0.138) plug will not fit in a 1/8 in jack.
    A 0.126 in dia. plug is always very loose in a 0.138 dia. jack.

    Finding headphones with 3.5 mm plugs may not be easy.
        Opening a package of headphones to measure the plug dia.is usually frowned upon.
    Buying true 3.5 mm plugs and replacing the ones on your headphones is one solution. But not for everyone.

Maybe someone knows of headphones with 3.5 mm plugs (0.138 in, not 0.126 in)

Joel  -  N1JEO

On 2022-05-21 11:36, Syd via groups.io wrote:
This may be a little off topic, but in some small way it is related to
my stereo plug problem. I've got an IPod with plug in ear plugs. I
bought a dozen ear plugs because I found that about 50% of my ear
plugs simply will not make a good connection to hear when plugged in
to the IPod.  I have to twist and turn and go through all kinds of
manipulations to get the plugs to work.  Now with my Morserino stereo
jack I am having the very same problem making a good connection to the
paddle!  I now have to tie a rubber band across the plug to the side
of the Morserino to make a good enough connection so I can use the
paddle.  A real pain!!! So I bought a couple of spare stereo jacks on
EBay to see if one of them will work. I really have no aspirations
about this endeavor working! Maybe I should search around for another
PCB mounted stereo female plug to see if that solves the problem, or
maybe I should except the fact that these plugs really are junk! Can't
anyone make a stereo plug and jack that will work?
syd/wt1v


Links:
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[1] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/message/4021
[2] https://groups.io/mt/91202778/6294939
[3] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/post
[4] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/mutehashtag/morserino
[5] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/editsub/6294939
[6] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/leave/10807784/6294939/59700814/xyzzy







Re: CW Decoder #morserino

N1JEO - Joel Curneal
 

This may be a good part of your problem.
Most of the jacks that I have seen have a dia. of 3.5 mm ( 0.138 in)
Many of the plugs ( maybe 50% ) have a dia. of 1/8 inch (usually 0.126 in on the data sheets).

A 3.5 mm (0.138) plug will not fit in a 1/8 in jack.
A 0.126 in dia. plug is always very loose in a 0.138 dia. jack.

Finding headphones with 3.5 mm plugs may not be easy.
Opening a package of headphones to measure the plug dia.is usually frowned upon.
Buying true 3.5 mm plugs and replacing the ones on your headphones is one solution. But not for everyone.

Maybe someone knows of headphones with 3.5 mm plugs (0.138 in, not 0.126 in)

Joel - N1JEO

On 2022-05-21 11:36, Syd via groups.io wrote:
This may be a little off topic, but in some small way it is related to
my stereo plug problem. I've got an IPod with plug in ear plugs. I
bought a dozen ear plugs because I found that about 50% of my ear
plugs simply will not make a good connection to hear when plugged in
to the IPod. I have to twist and turn and go through all kinds of
manipulations to get the plugs to work. Now with my Morserino stereo
jack I am having the very same problem making a good connection to the
paddle! I now have to tie a rubber band across the plug to the side
of the Morserino to make a good enough connection so I can use the
paddle. A real pain!!! So I bought a couple of spare stereo jacks on
EBay to see if one of them will work. I really have no aspirations
about this endeavor working! Maybe I should search around for another
PCB mounted stereo female plug to see if that solves the problem, or
maybe I should except the fact that these plugs really are junk! Can't
anyone make a stereo plug and jack that will work?
syd/wt1v
Links:
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[1] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/message/4021
[2] https://groups.io/mt/91202778/6294939
[3] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/post
[4] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/mutehashtag/morserino
[5] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/editsub/6294939
[6] https://morserino.groups.io/g/main/leave/10807784/6294939/59700814/xyzzy


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Juergen Wagner
 

sometimes ipod plugs are not simple 3pole steteo plugs - some hvg 4 poles - AND iam not sure that apple hvg the standard GND connection 
i found some telephones for example hvg the gnd as hot mic connected. 
AND there a "fine" cables underway that hvg no shield, only simple 3 wires. 
AND also often the 3.5mm plugs hvg a very sharp hot/tip pin and not gud roundet isolation ring - that sometimes defects the jacket. 
so i prefere for ham use home made cables that i've made - so i know what i've done and iam sure what connections hve been made. 
maybee an unshielded cable or wrong connected making problems like not precise syncronus keying with touching the paddles or so
here in the club we've built 10 morserinos and i can conform that ALL JACKETS hvg ufb qualtity! 
bye the way: some days ago a om here told that his 3.5 mm mono plug was going defect during disconnecting and the tip sitting still inside the transceivers keying jacket.... ..
73
juergen
KW4KE

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Am 21.05.2022 um 18:36 schrieb Syd via groups.io <nhuq1@...>:

This may be a little off topic, but in some small way it is related to my stereo plug problem. I've got an IPod with plug in ear plugs. I bought a dozen ear plugs because I found that about 50% of my ear plugs simply will not make a good connection to hear when plugged in to the IPod.  I have to twist and turn and go through all kinds of manipulations to get the plugs to work.  Now with my Morserino stereo jack I am having the very same problem making a good connection to the paddle!  I now have to tie a rubber band across the plug to the side of the Morserino to make a good enough connection so I can use the paddle.  A real pain!!! So I bought a couple of spare stereo jacks on EBay to see if one of them will work. I really have no aspirations about this endeavor working! Maybe I should search around for another PCB mounted stereo female plug to see if that solves the problem, or maybe I should except the fact that these plugs really are junk! Can't anyone make a stereo plug and jack that will work?
syd/wt1v


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Syd
 

This may be a little off topic, but in some small way it is related to my stereo plug problem. I've got an IPod with plug in ear plugs. I bought a dozen ear plugs because I found that about 50% of my ear plugs simply will not make a good connection to hear when plugged in to the IPod.  I have to twist and turn and go through all kinds of manipulations to get the plugs to work.  Now with my Morserino stereo jack I am having the very same problem making a good connection to the paddle!  I now have to tie a rubber band across the plug to the side of the Morserino to make a good enough connection so I can use the paddle.  A real pain!!! So I bought a couple of spare stereo jacks on EBay to see if one of them will work. I really have no aspirations about this endeavor working! Maybe I should search around for another PCB mounted stereo female plug to see if that solves the problem, or maybe I should except the fact that these plugs really are junk! Can't anyone make a stereo plug and jack that will work?
syd/wt1v


Key external transmitter with received lora sigs

DF2PI
 

Hello,
I would like to use two Morserinos in lora transceiver mode to key an extranal transmitter with the lora signal received. Is it possible to configure it that way!?
Thanks for your help!
regards,
Suitbert, DF2PI


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Willi, OE1WKL
 

Standard stereo plugs.

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Re: battery failure #battery

Benton Jackson
 

The original IPM PC from the 80’s had the on/off switch marked with a 1 and 0. It probably pre-dates that.


Re: battery failure #battery

Syd
 

Who would have guessed it's a boolean symbol.


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Syd
 

I finally got this set up to work with the Iambic keyer. The touch pad paddles work OK, but I want to use my own set of paddles. Trouble is that when I plug my paddle into the front panel jack it is very sensitive to the plug that I am using, ie very unreliable and position sensitive!!  The plug does work quite well with my Yaesu rig, so the plug is not the problem, but the fitting into the Morserino can be a real pain.  So I'm looking to go on Ebay and search for male plugs that will fit into the Morserino.   Are these just standard stereo plugs?  Need to know so I can go on Ebay to buy a few to fool around with.  What would I search for on Ebay to get some of these?
syd/wt1v


Re: Selecting which Wifi TRX to connect to #help

 

Hey Alex, this sounds like a great way to practice. Could you please provide some of the CW servers that do simulated QSOs, and where are the best instructions on how to configure the M32 for doing that via wifi? Thanks! de  Charley, K4NYN


On Wed, May 18, 2022 at 2:10 PM Alex - G7KSE via groups.io <g7kse=pm.me@groups.io> wrote:
It is probably me but the WiFi Transceiver is pretty handy, especially for CW Academy practice. When setting the browser based settings I can add in more than 1 server. Currently it is set to http://morserino.ok5mv.cz (which is great btw). There are also servers that give a robot QSO, which are also great.

I'm struggling to work out how I select one or the other when in the WiFi transceiver. Asa a feature request it would be nice to give them names. Currently they give IP addresses so its not easy to work out if I've actually connected to where I think I have.

I might be looking for something that already exists, if so great. Let me know and it'll keep me quiet :-)

the final part is...Is there a way of the server giving me who is logged into the server. Perhaps with some kind of telegram bot or something like that. Would be nice to know when someone is on and we could have a qso rather than cq'ing into space. Not asking much...

Alex, g7kse


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Scott AC3D TN
 


Re: CW Decoder #morserino

Stan K3PW
 

What Martin said, but also put the Morserino in the CW Keyer mode without connecting it to a transceiver.  The morserino will then display what it decodes from your paddles.

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