BTW, I checked “Rx All Freqs” AFTER I made the screen cap. 

73 de W8NET Gene
3905 Century Club Master #47
Portage County Amateur Radio Service (PCARS) since 2008
ARRL A-1 Op

> On Apr 7, 2018, at 10:38 AM, Gene Marsh <w8...@me.com> wrote:
> 
> Joe and the group:
> 
> First, no propagation in northeast OH for the first test. Bummer. 
> 
> Second, maybe I’m confused (as usual):  
> -  I thought signals below 1000Hz are ignored?  Many are. Some are not. 
> -  I thought the Hounds were expected to transmit above 1000Hz and the Fox 
> would ignore below?
> 
> See the attached picture. 
> 
> 73 de W8NET Gene
> 3905 Century Club Master #47
> Portage County Amateur Radio Service (PCARS) since 2008
> ARRL A-1 Op
> 
> <image1.jpeg>
> 
> 
>> On Apr 5, 2018, at 10:49 AM, Joe Taylor <j...@princeton.edu> wrote:
>> 
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> I write to remind you of the second public test of *FT8 DXpedition Mode* 
>> scheduled for Saturday, April 7, 1400-1600 UTC.  You are cordially invited 
>> to participate -- the more participants, the better!
>> 
>> Our main goal is to simulate pileups in which many "Hounds" call and attempt 
>> to work a desirable rare DX station, the "Fox".  The test will help us to 
>> improve our software so as to maximize the practical QSO rate in such 
>> situations.  We hope you can be there and try to work both Foxes.
>> 
>> Here's the detailed schedule:
>> 
>> Date      UTC   Frequency    Fox Callsign  Operator
>> ---------------------------------------------------
>> April 7  1400   14.105 MHz    W1/KH7Z       N1DG
>> April 7  1500   14.105        W7/KH7Z       AA7A
>> 
>> All participating stations must use program version WSJT-X v1.9.0-rc3. If 
>> you don't yet have it, download links are available near the bottom of the 
>> page here:
>> https://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/wsjtx.html
>> 
>> [If you are compiling the program for yourself, be sure to use code revision 
>> r8576 or later, taken from the repository's WSJT-X development branch.  All 
>> revisions since r8576 will perform identically in FT8 DXpedition Mode.]
>> 
>> Detailed instructions for both Fox and Hound are posted here:
>> http://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/FT8_DXpedition_Mode.pdf
>> Some details in these instructions have changed, so be sure to read and 
>> follow the latest instructions carefully!  Don't just try to wing it.
>> 
>> As you will know after reading the instructions, Fox can conduct up to 5 
>> QSOs simultaneously, using frequency slots spaced by 60 Hz.  Fox 
>> transmissions always occur in the frequency range 300-900 Hz above dial 
>> frequency.
>> 
>> If you (as a Hound) can legitimately use more than one callsign -- your 
>> spouse's call, club call, etc. -- feel free to work each Fox multiple times. 
>>  No dupe QSOs with the same call, though.
>> 
>> Real-time liaison will be available on the "Ping Jockey Relief" chat page 
>> (PJB), https://www.pingjockey.net/cgi-bin/pingtalkB .  Everyone should 
>> monitor this page for possible last-minute announcements of a frequency 
>> change, etc.  To ensure that announcements from Fox stations are easily 
>> visible, Hounds should monitor PJB but not post messages there during the 
>> test.
>> 
>> The deepest pileups will help us tune the final-release software version for 
>> optimum performance on both Fox and Hound sides.  After the test, please 
>> post any comments you feel will be helpful to one of our two email forums, 
>> wsjtgr...@yahoogroups.com or wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net .  You will 
>> need to be subscribed to the list in order to post there.
>> 
>> We sincerely hope you can join us for this test, and that you will work both 
>> Foxes!
>> 
>>   -- 73, Joe, K1JT (for the WSJT Development Group)
>> 
>> 
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