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To: "RSGB LF Group" <[email protected]>
Subject: LF: WOLF
From: "Chris" <c.ashby[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 16:52:16 +0100
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Hi All,
I don't understand some of these comments about critical set up, frequency etc. I just downloaded the program, connected to the RX and it worked. Could it be because Jim is extremely strong here? I can tune +/- 200Hz off and it still decodes. I haven't worked out if/how it 'locks' to the signal. Maybe it would not be possible to receive a nearby weaker signal??
I find some of the documentation a bit daunting, has anybody written a simple explanation of how to set the system up properly?
Not sure how useful it would be in reality for a QSO, inclined to think CW would be the best bet. Seems very limited as is.
Vy 73, Chris, G4AYT, Whitstable, Kent, JO01MI.
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