Overview of MixW Page 2 of 13, and an export of the contest log to the newly required Cabrillo format The log will import and export CSV. and ADIF files MixW has support for printing custom QSL cards or labels There is built in DX Cluster. support either via Packet Radio or the internet, MixW does not require a TNC to operate The only requirement is that you have a computer running. Windows 9x ME NT 2000 or XP operating system and a compatible soundcard. If you are experienced with the sound card modes you can just go straight to the Quick Start. If you are new to SoundCard digital mode operation you will need to connect your radio s transmit and. receive audio to your computer soundcard via the mic or line input and the headphone or line output You. will also need to provide for transmit keying by PTT or some other method. The following site is recommended for additional information about interfacing your radio with the. computer First go to, Understanding Soundcard Interfacing by Ernie Mills WM2U. http www qsl net wm2u interface html, to get an overview of the subject Then if you are a home brew ham just get to work and build an interface. If you are an appliance type there are plenty of plug and play interfaces Follow any of the links on Ernie. Mills site above use your favorite search engine or check amateur radio magazines for the latest. information, Note The authors of the MixW software Nick and Dennis have introduced a soundcard interface device. manufactured specifically for use with MixW To learn more about the interface called RigExpert see. Nick s website at http www mixw net,AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS. For the latest MixW software and related information visit the MixW websites at. http www mixw net,http mysite verizon net jaffejim. For the latest version of MixWHelp and related information visit the MixWHelp website at. http k6ix net MixW html,MixWHelp by Scott Hill K6IX. with many thanks to the following contributors,Scott E Thile K4SET. Denis Nechitailov UU9JDR,Howard Skip Teller KH6TY,Richard B Griffen NB6Z. Jim Jaffe WA2VOS,Finn Helmuth Pedersen OZ6LI, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 3 of 13,Bob Parker K4PPN, To learn more about using MixWHelp see Using MixWHelp. If you have any concerns or comments about the contents of MixWHelp contact. Scott Hill K6IX scott at k6ix net,MixW Quick Start. A brief outline for configuring and operating MixW for experienced sound card digital mode users. For the full MixWHelp suite see Using MixWHelp, If your station is already interfaced and configured for SoundCard digital software and you re an. experienced operator with the SoundCard digital modes then all you need to do to get on the air with MixW. Install the software,Configure your Personal Data,Configure your Transceiver PTT settings. Review the commands for basic operation,GOTA Get on the Air. Install the software, The program download is a self extracting installation file You can choose any directory you would like or. use the default directory of C Program Files MixW, The extraction procedure will automatically install all the files MixW needs to run on your system The most. important files for you to know about are,MixW2 exe the main program file. bands ini default band frequency information,contest mc contest macros. CmnData dll program information,cty dat antenna heading system. pfx dat prefix id file, Other files are automatically created by MixW which are. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 4 of 13, MixW2 log default log file be sure to back up often. MixW2 ini saves your configuration back up often, MixMacros ini default macro file created when you first modify a macro. As you learn to use new features of MixW you will create new files particularly for your mode specific. macros These files will have a mc or ini extension Be sure to back up all of your mc and ini files as. well as your log files, Finally if you have registered MixW make a copy of your MixWReg1 dll file and paste it into your MixW. NOTE There are TWO DIFFERENT MENU LAYOUTS AVAILABLE IN MIXW To use this help. system your menus should look like this, MixWHelp uses ONLY LAYOUT 1 If your menu items are different than the ones shown above. select View Menu and choose Layout 1, Configure your Personal Data Select Configure Personal Data This will display the following dialog. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 5 of 13, Enter your Station information and select your CW ID options then click OK Your callsign should be in. Configure your Transceiver PTT settings, The authors of the MixW software Nick and Dennis have introduced a soundcard interface device. manufactured specifically for use with MixW For instructions on configuring and using this interface called. MixWRigExpert see Nick s website at http www mixw net. If you are using VOX to trigger TX RX function and you are not using CAT features you can ignore this. section entirely and go directly to the Commands for basic operation. If you are triggering TX RX with a PTT circuit or CAT control you will need to configure MixW to key. your transceiver To do so Select Configure TRCVR CAT PTT This will display the following dialog box. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 6 of 13, This dialog box is for the PTT and or CAT features If you will not be using the CAT function set TRCVR. to None ignore the rest of this dialog and click on Details to configure your PTT COM port options. If you will be using CAT for PTT first select your transceiver make and model from the drop down menus. Note if your model is not listed try a similar model of the same make For instance almost all CAT. capable Kenwoods work with the TS 850 setting Next check PTT via CAT command box then click on. Details to configure your CAT COM port options, Select the COM port you will be using If you are using this port for PTT only then only the COM port. number and the RTS DTR settings apply If you are using this port for CAT PTT then set the port to match. the requirements of your transceiver for CAT, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 7 of 13, If you want to use one COM port for CAT and another for PTT first configure the CAT PTT port for CAT. then choose Configure Secondary PTT port Port Settings to set the secondary COM port for PTT. Commands for basic operation,Mode selection, Select the mode you wish to operate by clicking Mode your choice of mode. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 8 of 13, Notice that the status bar will change according to the options and features specific to the mode you have. selected and the mode will be indicated in the mode box For instance IMD is only relevant in the PSK. modes while Connected or Disconnected is only relevant for the connected modes. You can also switch modes by clicking on the mode box in the status bar and selecting the mode you wish to. operate from the pop up menu, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 9 of 13, Switching between TX and RX There are several ways to switch MixW between TX and RX The. Pause Break key on the computer keyboard will toggle TX RX You can also toggle TX RX by clicking on. the TX RX box in the Status Bar or by using the TX and RX buttons on the Macro Bar depending on your. Macro Setting, Panic Button Pressing the Esc key twice will immediately stop Transmission Text remaining in the TX. window will NOT be sent,Positioning and Sizing Windows. Pointing to a vacant space on the Control Bar Log Bar Tuning Indicator or any of the other Dockable. windows and holding the left mouse button down while moving the mouse makes it possible to reposition. and dock any of these features An outline of the feature will appear when the mouse is first moved and. when that outline shrinks it indicates a position where the feature may be placed by releasing the mouse. button The docked position of the feature will be remembered from session to session in the MixW2 ini file. Pointing to a window separator will cause the mouse cursor to change to a small pair of parallel lines and. pressing the left mouse button and keeping it pressed will make it possible to resize the Spectrum TX or RX. windows Releasing the mouse button will leave the window in the resized position. The following screen indicates one approach to screen layout using the various MixW displays. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 10 of 13,Opening Multiple RX Windows. To open additional RX windows right click on a signal in the waterfall and select New RX window To TX. on the frequency of a secondary RX window right click on the secondary window and select Swap The. primary RX window will be swapped with the selected secondary window and then RX can be initiated on. that frequency, These basic commands will suffice to get you on the air with MixW s default settings in most of the modes. however there are many user configurable settings to refine and improve your operation To learn more. about general operating settings as well as settings for the specific modes offered in MixW see the. Welcome and Using MixWHelp topics for information on other MixWHelp modules. The Demo version of MixW is good for 15 days For registration information click Registration. MixW Registration, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 11 of 13, The Demo version of MixW is good for 15 days There are no other restrictions on the demo. The Registration Fee for MixW2x is 50 USD, To register and pay online please visit http www mixw net. US Stations who wish to register by mail should send Cash Check or Money order Payable to Jim Jaffe. Jim Jaffe WA2VOS,141 08 71 Road,Flushing NY 11367 1945. Overseas Stations should send US funds either Cash or International Money Order. Non US Checks and Credit Cards are not accepted, A registration form can be downloaded from http mysite verizon net jaffejim. When your registration is received you will be sent a special registration file via EMAIL which will stop the. timer in the downloaded program, A dual registration can be issued provided that the second call is either the user s own MARS call another. personal call issued by a different country or another member of the Immediate household living at the same. address confirmed by a callbook, A CD can also be ordered for an additional fee from Jim Jaffe s site. For additional registration information visit,http www mixw net. http mysite verizon net jaffejim,MixW Using MixWHelp. NOTE There are TWO DIFFERENT MENU LAYOUTS AVAILABLE IN MIXW To use this help. system your menus should look like this, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 12 of 13, MixWHelp uses ONLY LAYOUT 1 If your menu items are different than the ones shown above. select View Menu and choose Layout 1, MixWHelp can provide you with very powerful methods to help you find the information you are looking. for if you take just a moment to learn to use the tools available. FIRST Notice that the Table of Contents stays visible under the Contents tab in the left panel while you are. viewing the contents of the topic in the right panel The name of the topic you are viewing is highlighted so. you can keep track of where you are in the file, SECOND The Search tab provides a full text search which will find and highlight every occurrence of a. word This not only helps you find the topics where a subject is discussed but makes it easy to locate the. word within the topic by looking for the highlight. THIRD Use the Back and Forward buttons at the top of the Help window when you return to topics you. have been reading The Back and Forward buttons will take you to the position in the topic from which you. left rather than back to the top of the topic, FORTH MixWHelp has 5 modules each of which can be downloaded individually so that you only need. to download the modules you want or the modules which have been updated After downloading unzip and. place the modules you want to use in the MixW folder All modules are optional except the Overview of. MixW module which is included in the program release package. NOTE Windows may mark the unzipped chm files as a security risk If you are not able to access a. downloaded and unzipped file right click on the chm file Then left click on Properties at the bottom of the. menu In the Properties dialog box look at the bottom for a statement like Security This file came from. another computer and might be blocked to help protect this computer Click the Unblock button beside that. statement and then click the Apply and OK buttons Repeat for each chm file that will not open. Module Name File Name Comments,Required Module,Overview of MixW MixWMain chm. Must be in MixW Folder,Covers the most important,Configuration and Set Up MixWConfig chm. MixW features,Menu descriptions and operations,Operation MixWOps chm. that are common to all modes, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Overview of MixW Page 13 of 13,Basic theory and operating specifics. Digital Modes MixWModes chm,for each of MixW s modes. More detailed and less frequently used,Appendices MixWApndx chm. information, To use MixWHelp standalone such as on a different computer copy the modules you want onto the. computer and create a shortcut on the desktop pointing to MixWMain chm. There is also a PDF file available which contains all 5 sections of MixW Help version 2 19 With the PDF. format you can print only the pages you want to print To download the 4 10 MB file click on. http k6ix net MixW MixWManual pdf, Note A red star on the topic symbol in the Contents indicates a new topic or a topic with major. modifications, To download the MixWHelp modules click on the links above or see. http k6ix net, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hh3CD1 htm 9 14 2010. Configuration and Set Up Page 1 of 26,MixW Configuration and Set Up. 1 Configuration Software Settings,2 Basic Set Up PC Tcvr Interface. 3 PTT Circuit Hardware Connection,4 Configuring Macros Operating Efficiently. Note The authors of the MixW software Nick and Dennis have recently introduced a unique soundcard. interface device manufactured specifically for use with MixW To learn more about the interface called. RigExpert see Nick s website at http www mixw net,MixW Configuration. NOTE There are TWO DIFFERENT MENU LAYOUTS AVAILABLE IN MIXW To use this help. system your menus should look like this, MixWHelp uses ONLY LAYOUT 1 If your menu items are different than the ones shown above. select View Menu and choose Layout 1, file C Users S AppData Local Temp hhA87E htm 9 14 2010. Configuration and Set Up Page 2 of 26,Personal Data. Your first task is to tell MixW who you are and where your QTH is Click on Configure Personal Data. This brings up the following dialogue box, Fill in your station information as indicated Use ALL CAPS for your callsign. Note In North and South America your longitude will be a negative number. If you want to be able to send a CW ID at the end of your transmissions click the checkbox choose the. speed and enter the text to send The CWID command inserted in your sign off Macro sends your. CD ID string When finished configuring here click the OK button. Note You must at least enter your station call sign in order to transmit with MixW. MACRO Configuration, MixW has extensive Macro features for contesting as well as rag chewing See Configuring Macros for. instruction on configuring and operating with Macros. Select Configure Font for TX RX windows Font for macro buttons or Font for the Log Bar This. will bring up the font selection dialog box Here you can select the font that will be used in your receive. and transmit windows for the macro buttons or in the Log Bar. Text Colors, Select Configure Text Colors This will bring up the following dialog box. file C Users S AppData Local Temp hhA87E htm 9 14 2010.
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