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Flwrap is a FLUTE command line based application that encapsulates a text file, image file, or a binary file within a set of identifier blocks. The application is designed to support both single and multiple station messaging.
In a single station messaging mode a text message, image, or binary file can be sent to a single station. This station will then receive the data and save the file. The received file can be stored for future review by any station operator.
The data received by the station is converted into the correct file format, and the identifier blocks are removed. This results in a new file that the station will save. The new file can be sent to any station with a compatible modem.
The identifier blocks and the checksum are not removed. Thus the original data will be recoverable.
This is also true for an image file that has been sent to multiple stations. The image file is first converted to the base-64 format. The identifier blocks and the checksum are removed. This results in a new file that the stations will save. The new file can be sent to any station with a compatible modem.
The new file can be downloaded and saved on the receiving station. The image file will be re-displayed in the station’s image viewer.
The new file can be sent to any station with a compatible modem.
Flwrap Conversion Procedure:
In the following discussion Flwrap is being used to send an image file to a single station. The steps are the same for a multi station transfer, the only difference is the way in which the stations interact with the process.
The procedure is as follows:
Step 1. In Fldigi (or any other modems) select the connection type as single station.
Step 2. Select the name of the transmission file.
Step 3. Press the “Send” button.
Step 4. Flwrap will display the input dialog.
Step 5. Enter the name of the file to be sent.
Step 6. Press the “Send” button.
Step 7. A success message will be displayed and Flwrap will exit.
The file to be sent will be limited to the following: 1-1136 bytes.
In single station messaging the speed of the transmission will be limited to 514 bytes per second.
Multiple station messaging:
In multiple station messaging the speed of the transmission will be limited to 1.024 bytes per second.
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Flwrap operates under the conventional concept of broadcast, that is one source provides the information and the destination station(s) receive it.
For example, if the operator uses the Flwrap software and desires to upload a text file to several (up to 6) modems simultaneously, the operator first selects the text file. If the file is a text file, the operator selects the send file. Flwrap will not send the file if it is not a text file. If the file is already in the Flwrap format, then the operator selects the send file and a file name to identify the location on the computer where the file is saved.
If the operator selects the text file, Flwrap will first convert the text file to the flwrap format. This process is called wrap. Then the header blocks are added to the text. The header blocks include a 16 bit checksum which will be used to test the wrapped file for integrity. The file is then sent.
If the operator selects the base-64 file, Flwrap will convert the selected file to the flwrap format, add the header blocks and send the wrapped file.
The Modem and Encoding Process:
Each of the three encapsulation methods that are used by Flwrap has the same basic concept of transmission, that is to say, one source (the transmitting Flwrap station) provides the information and the destination stations receive it. The three methods that are used by Flwrap to encapsulate a binary file are as follows:
1. Using a direct data link, that is one with no channel gain between source and destination. 2. Using a digital modem for the direct link. 3. Using a satellite link for the direct link.
The first method is termed “binary direct.” The second method is termed “binary digital.” The third method is termed “binary satellite.” The transmission for each of these methods requires only a modem and is independent of the channel.
In the “binary direct” transmission method the operator uses the conventional idea of encoding a file and transmitting the file in the clear. This is a relatively simple transmission method because it involves transmitting the raw file. This method is completely compatible with the original binary file. The Flwrap software accomplishes the encoding without the operator being involved.
Flwrap’s primary advantage is that it is not a x.400 protocol (SMTP) with an attachment. The attachment process takes more time to do in the clear than is required using the Flwrap method.
If the binary direct method is used
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This program allows you to transmit a text file, image, or binary file. It includes an operator interface which allows you to transmit up to 50 files at a time. It can be used in conjunction with any digital modem program. Once you send a file you can quickly verify the data using the file received.
When the file is received it is presented in a list form so you can select the file and then delete it. The operator can verify the received file against the file that was transmitted by means of a checksum. This allows you to verify the data before deleting the file.
This program is useful for the following:
1. Sending critical messages to multiple stations.
2. Sending messages to operators that must be received exactly as they are transmitted.
3. Broadcast messages in a format that allows the message to be easily read and verified.
4. Generating the header and trailer information that is required for sending the data files.
5. Creating transmission logs of the transmission and reception of the data files.
Flwrap will write a log to a text file on the drive that contains the following information:
1. The time the file was transmitted and the file number.
2. The file identifier and the checksum block.
3. The file size.
4. The file type and whether the file has been converted to base-64.
5. A description of the header and trailer data.
The following formats are supported:
1. Text Files.
2. Images and other binary files are first converted to a base-64 format. The converted file is then encapsulated. The header blocks identify the type of file and whether or not it has been converted to base-64. Files with any of the following extensions will be treated as binary data files and converted to the base-64 format: jpg, jpeg, png, gif, bmp, ico, zip, gz, tgz, and bz2
Files which are larger than 4,000 bytes will be split into multiple transmission segments of 2,000 bytes or less. The transmit buffer will be set to full, this will allow the data to be transmitted very quickly and minimize the possibility of transmission errors.
Multiple wrap files can be sent at the same time. If an operator sends out multiple messages the system will ignore any of the messages that it has already received.
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The application is available for both Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Flwrap runs on all versions of Windows and most versions of Macintosh operating systems. The application is available on floppy disk, CD-ROM, and as a self-contained application for both Windows and Macintosh computers.
Flwrap has two basic modes of operation. The first is to wrap a single file to be transmitted and the second is to wrap multiple files to be sent. This application should be used to transmit files that can be received, but should not be used to transmit files that cannot be received.
The application is designed to be used with fldigi, but it can be used with any other digital modem application. Flwrap can be used with Flwaggler as well. Flwrap does not produce any additional data. Flwrap does nothing more than wrap a file that is already being transmitted.
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With the only exceptions noted above, there is no limit on the length of file that can be encapsulated. The text file below is over 70,000 characters long.
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This example shows two text files. The first is over 2,000 characters long. The second file is over 60,000 characters long.
The example below shows two files. The first is over 400 KB in size. The second is over 2.5 MB in size.
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System Requirements For Flwrap:
Mac OS X 10.10 or later
Processor: Intel Core i3, i5, i7
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 (i5/i7) or equivalent (i3)
Free hard disk space: 10GB
Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit) or later
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 (i5/i7) or