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Re: VLF: 8970 Hz transmissions, soon again here

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Subject: Re: VLF: 8970 Hz transmissions, soon again here
From: Stefan Schäfer <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 21:32:35 +0100
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Steinar,

600 s/pix. is a good start point for tmw but i would suggest to use a even narrower FFT bin width like 424 uHz. Also a well configured noise blanker can easily help to get another 6 dB S/N as we have seen in the past.

I attach you a "DFCW-6000.usr" which you can load into SpecLab. This was used successfully in many last experiments on many grabbers :-)

Not you have to wait some 10 minutes until the first pixel appears so do not wonder ;-)

73, Stefan/DK7FC

Am 25.11.2011 20:49, schrieb Steinar Aanesland:

Stefan

I had plans to use  600 sec/step 1mHz res. you will find  under "quick settings/Slow Morse(..)" in SpecLab, but f you have a better solution, I will be happy to try it.

la5vna S



Den 25.11.2011 20:26, skrev Stefan Schäfer:
> Thanks Steinar,
>
> But it will be a first pre-test, i may not get the maximum strength that i want but we'll see.
>
> How do you receive 8970 Hz on the software side? Do you have a "DFCW-6000.usr" for the SpecLab settings or how did you configure the software (which?)?
>
> 73, Stefan
>
> Am 25.11.2011 20:18, schrieb Steinar Aanesland:
>>
>> I will try to capture you Stefan , but I am afraid I got too much noise here to get a good result :(
>>
>> LA5VNA S
>>
>>
>>

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