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LF: RE: Identifying WSPR

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Subject: LF: RE: Identifying WSPR
From: "James Cowburn" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 12:02:18 +0100
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G7NKS on WSPR now. Dial freq 502.4


With best regards

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of John RABSON
Sent: 03 September 2009 10:34
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Subject: LF: Identifying WSPR


I have been having e-mail problems and may miss some recent discussions.
Someone asked me how I could identify a WSPR signal without a decoder:

The times and frequencies of transmission were known.  I saw nothing else
remotely similar on the band.

The bandwidth was about 6Hz with Argo set to 10s dots.

Posting reports on the reflector elicited confirmation that I was receiving

John F5VLF
PS sorry for terseness.  I haven't been sleeping well and currently feel
several turns short of a microhenry

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