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Re: LF: VO1NA Op32 137.555 kHz

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Subject: Re: LF: VO1NA Op32 137.555 kHz
From: "Graham" <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013 00:26:26 +0100
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At 90 watts  , RN7T , decoding  into  UK at the  moment  , improved   east-west  over the  last  week ?

On the  s/n front ,  Op or  wspr  is giving  a  path  quality indication  , which  takes into  account  ,rx  conditions , local urban noise unfortunately  can vary  considerably  , at  my  qth  , it can make  over  10 dB difference to the  decode  s/n  , or  stop  it  all  together  
In a fixed  system the  audio  level indication  , would be a measurement  of  wide band  noise in the  2.5k pass  band , that  may be a  route ?
73 -G.

R7NT G3XDV 2200m OPERA 2837 kms 22:08:07
R7NT DF6NM 2200m OPERA 2060 kms 22:08:08
SV8CS DF6NM 2200m OPERA 1506 kms 21:32:32
G3XDV DF6NM 2200m OPERA 842 kms 23:04:27
G8HUH G3XDV 2200m OPERA 199 kms 22:20:47
G3XDV G8HUH 2200m OPERA 199 kms 21:46:29
G3XDV G0KTN 2200m OPERA 158 kms 21:46:29
G8HUH G0KTN 2200m OPERA 41 kms 22:20:46

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Sent: Friday, June 28, 2013 11:45 PM
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Subject: Re: LF: VO1NA Op32 137.555 kHz

> Hi Markus and Mike,
> Thank-you for the reports and the favourable comments on my photons.
> I hope to try some antenna comparisons soon.  Thanks for reminding
> me that the dB values are S/N, Mike.  Perhaps an ensemble of measurements
> can be used to get a mean value of noise.  It is still quite light at
> the moment (2245) utc and the TX has just about start OP32 again.
> 73
> Joe
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