maintenance request was Re: International Space Station in cross-band repeater mode!!

Alex Fraser beatnic at
Fri Jul 22 10:13:09 CDT 2005

Use the "to" address in the filter instead of the subject line. In my 
mail program I also have a choice of "to or CC:" which is even better.

Samudra Haque wrote:

>Hi, may I ask who maintains the tacos at mailing list ? I am
>having a difficult time in sorting through the incoming e-mail
>messages from the tacos mailing list, as the subject header doesn't
>include a common entry like most mailing lists on the internet, such
>[TACOS] Re: International Space Station in cross-band repeater mode!!
>This is great, since then we can set various e-mail applications to
>sort the incoming mail according to the subject header, and then also
>to differentiate the Tacos/Amrad mail from the other junk mail that
>arrives in the mailboxes ?
>Just a thought!
>On 7/22/05, Iain McFadyen <mcfadyenusa at> wrote:
>> There is!!   One example is Ham Radio Deluxe (HRD).  (I'm sure there are
>>others too).   HRD is written by a Brit who now lives in Switzerland. HRD
>>can control virtually any CI-V or CAT-capable radio.  HRD is free.   In
>>fact, HRD can control the doppler settings for the radio, as well as
>>controlling a computer-controlled Az-El antenna mount!   The list of radios
>>for which HRD has been configured is very extensive, and Simon, HB9DRV 
>>takes requests for other radios not on the list.   For this year's Field Day
>>event, I was volunteered to be the Satellite station captain for the
>>combined AMRAD and Vienna Wireless Society event. Due simply to the fact
>>that virtually all the equipment I used was borrowed, and having little time
>>to do any integration, I ended up on Field Day using two PCs, one running
>>Satscape to control the Az/El, and the other one running HRD to update the
>>radio with doppler correction.  But HRD can control both from the same PC
>>using multiple serial ports.   HRD works perfectly when working FM
>>satellites where uplink and downlink freqs are fixed. However, there's a
>>major difference when operating one of the linear transponders: Your QSO can
>>be anywhere in the transponder passband. So as you tune around the
>>transponder, you need the rig control program to 'read' the rx VFO, and
>>calculate the appropriate tx VFO freq taking into account (i) mode, (ii)
>>doppler, (iii) inverting or non-inverting transponder, and (iv) the orbital
>>details (overhead or horizon...). I observed an issue with HRD when
>>operating linear transponders, and brought it to Simon's attention. The
>>problem has already been fixed for all radios capable of duplex/satellite
>>operation. HRD has an extensive user group and very active forum.   To
>>anyone on the list: If you have a CAT-capable, or CI-V capable rig, please
>>try Ham Radio Deluxe. You will be impressed!   Iain  KI4HLV
>>"Robert E.Seastrom" <rs at> wrote: 
>>You would think that someone would have written a satellite tracking
>>program that spoke CI-V and would tune the radio for you, eh?
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