MacLoggerDX and Fldigi – Rig, PTT and Logging


I'm an Amateur Radio enthusiast. I love the hobby and experimenting with radios, antennas and software. On my YouTube channel I upload videos on the Icom 7300 and Icom 7610 along with Ham radio software programs. I hope to inspire people to try new things in Amateur Radio.

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Daniel Codianni
1 year ago

Thanks for excellent video!!! The only issue I am have is using rig control. I have tried everything. Here is my setup: Icom 756 pr03, Rigblaster Advantage, Maclogger DX, most recent version, and Fldigi on my Mac Air (M1) 2020.
Thanks in advance, Daniel Codianni.

Richard R Lentz
3 months ago

Great YouTu7be Video. Much more detail than any of the Blogs/YouTubes I have seen. Worse, most of them talk as fast as an Auctioneer. At least three times I had to reset the Mac to undo the problems. On one occasion it required a complete factory restart. I have learned to keep my LOG backed on a separate USB-HD and also on a NAS. I have been trying for over a year to get ALL the digital modes working and have been stuck on FT8 or 4.

You can choose to use RigCAT or Hamlib and this time I am trying out Ham Web, because it seems to have better control over the radio. Another alternative may be to use Flrig, but that’s for another article.” In implementing your advice which do you think is the best of these methods.

I have gotten nowhere with Flrig and I believe it also uses the HamLibrary “Scripts” which I do not have. I was looking for a place to download them When I found this page. Where does the HamLibrary GO?

I Have an Elecraft K4 Love it, but not the nested commands. Most signals sound like they were transmitted in FM. Very little Background noise.

By the way, The K4 can connect via the lAN IP, other than Audio. Every control is available and can be accessed. Check out “Win4K4Suite” Problem is that Elecraft has not finished with LAN access to audio.

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