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Re: LF: 8.97 KHz

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Subject: Re: LF: 8.97 KHz
From: g3zjo <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2013 14:52:59 +0000
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On 22/12/2013 13:06, Stefan Schäfer wrote:
What about, the xmas days? Is there someone watching, maybe arround the 26th and 27th? I would like to run a longer experiment, maybe 3 days permanent operation, testing various modes, like OPDS32. Paul Nicholson told me he will write a tool to decode OPDS in his linux system and i belive he will decode it!
Hi Stefan

Of course, what is wrong with the25th.

I am a little concerned about the 15.625KHz carrier and comb of interference which was on for 2.5 Hours this morning, it may well destroy the SAQ test on the 24th. It was keeping short unsocial hours at first, I fear it may be an Xmas present.
The result can be seen on the Wide View on my Grabber.

It seems I have to be plagued by something.
In the summer I had my neighbor disconnected from my mains supply and they had to have a new supply connection. I proved to the power company that the original installation was wrong and they had to do my work free, a big job which involved digging up the drive. No longer is my house / shack wrapped with interference carrying cables. In addition the same neighbor threw out the Panasonic Plasma TV that wiped out LF MF and 5MHz, it was only 2-3 years old. I have been enjoying the short period of peace.
73 Eddie G3ZJO

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