Hi Edgar this is alwaysa difficult call, unless you
have some form of signal in the waterfall that is really constant and able to be
used as a "calibration"/confidence boost. I remember collecing data from Brian
in Porto Portugal and he had an unidentified constant signal (no diurnal
variation) .We eventually decided it must be a harmonic of a telecom system 8kHz
clock. It was very good for highlighting a fault on the antenna or receiver
system over several years of data collection.
Keep up the good work
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Sent: Friday, December 12, 2014 1:43
Subject: Re: LF: Re: DCF39
Thank you for the
It just must have been that the weather settled down after a
It has been very noisy due to storm activity in New South
Wales, and out to sea there.