[WT-support] partner bug noticed
Bob Wilson, N6TV
n6tv at arrl.net
Sat Mar 28 03:54:15 CET 2009
Maybe you have to type NOSUPPORT at the MULT station. Look in the Status
window [Alt-J]. If it says "M+" that means the mult station is acting in
For M/2 the commands would be RUN1 or RUN2 *followed by* SUPPORT (or
PARTNER) or NOSUPPORT (or NOPARTNER).
For M/S the commands would be RUN or MULT followed by SUPPORT or NOSUPPORT.
For M/M it would be just RUN and SUPPORT/NOSUPPORT, though MULT also seems
Even the computer with no radio has to be set to the right band, so that
Win-Test knows which band is being supported.
On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 4:56 PM, Laurent HAAS - F6FVY <f6fvy at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Rick
> Rick Dougherty NQ4I a écrit :
> > Using ver 3.25 ...we have 3 stations on 40m...a run station, a mult
> > station , and a partner station...the run and mult stations are paired
> > to a radio and report freq etc...the partner station is just a computer
> > and no radio...selecting partner on the partner station and the run
> > station, everything works as advertised..however when the mult station
> > types a call sign in his field, it also appears at the run station
> > just like the partner station at the run station....this becomes very
> > confusing...the mult station should not have the capability to
> > participate in the partner usage like the partner station...is this a
> > bug or a feature???
> The Partner station must be declared a RUN+ station (ie SUPPORT), and
> the so-called Mult station must be declared as RUN, like the true RUN
> As I guess you're taking part in the M/M or M/2 category, there are NO
> MULTIPLIERS STATIONS in these cases (check the rules). The MULT station
> declaration must be used ONLY in the M/S category.
> Larry - F6FVY
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