[App_rpt-users] CW id

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Mon Aug 3 14:02:40 EDT 2015

A couple of things.

First in the node section of rpt.conf - the section where your node number is defined - you want this. 


This second name could have an attached a label and could be defined differently like -


where the numbers are your node number. In this case you do need to define the actual stanza with the correct name.

And define your ID, of course with your call. The /L is optional. The call can be any valid CW letters, numbers or punctuation:

idrecording=|iDE WA3DSP/L
Also further down you will have this defined -


idamplitude=512 ; 1024

Make sure the amplitude is not too low. Here I have lowered it. Anything after a semicolon is a comment. Also the morse definition needs to follow the morse=  definition shown above.

73 Doug

Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2015 11:29:14 -0400
From: steves68 at gmail.com
To: App_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Subject: [App_rpt-users] CW id

I never hear the CW id on the local side on my allstar node. Even when I press *80 I get nothing.What settings should I look at. I am sitting here looking at a printout of the rpt.cfg file. Any suggestions would be appreciated.



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