Hi Markus, |
Uuuh, chatting with max. 5 characters will become difficult i think :-)
As in JT-9, there should be 13 characters, so one can at least write "i
have a cat"... :-)
Well, what does one need to arrange such a decoder? How is the message
displayed? Is it possible to run a detection window, as a text file,
like in OPDS?
Am 11.05.2014 12:30, schrieb Markus Vester:
yes, you guessed right, the message
content was indeed "DF6NM" ;-) Let me cite from a recent direct mail to
>> I was using a somewhat
guessable message, foreseeing a possible "official first"
demonstration. Maybe a truely random message would have looked even
more impressive ;-) Anyhow as this is formally not "amateur radio" but
rather using an unallocated frequency range, so there's no need for an
allocated callsign. Maybe if you'd set up a transmitter (relatively
easy) and I'd learn how to decode (the hard part), we could start
chatting away on VLF ;-)
Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2014 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: VLF: Coherent BPSK at 8270 from DF6NM
Hello Paul, Markus,
Well done! Interesting stuff. I see you never stop to find some new
things to try :-) Well well, i should think about...
What was the contest of the message? A complete callsign, DF6NM?
Am 11.05.2014 08:36, schrieb Paul Nicholson: