Thanks Gary and, yes, exactly Mike. Help appreciated. Probably wont get a
lot of use because local QRM has become dreadful in the last year or so,
weak signals are 'no go' anymore here.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Dennison" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2015 1:23 PM
Subject: Re: LF: Op8 RX in QRSS3?
Well, from the point of view of someone without the software, you may
be right, and there is a facility to include a callsign in CW though
most people don't use it.
Looking at Ofcom's most recent proposals to change the licence, I
note that it does not stipulate Morse ident, merely an "appropriate
format consistent with the mode of operation". Plainly Opera does
that as the callsign is just about all it sends, and the software is
publicly and freely available.
Thanks Mike, but shouldn't there be a callsign in CW or QRSS too? Vy
73, Chris, G4AYT.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike Dennison"
<[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent:
Thursday, February 12, 2015 10:41 AM Subject: Re: LF: Op8 RX in QRSS3?
> Chris, this is Opera. You need some software to use it:
> 73 de Mike, G3XDV
>> Hi All.
>> I've been getting two very strong signals for VERY long periods now
>> around 478.5kHz with Argo in QRSS3. Neither 'make sense', one
>> starts with 7A and finishes with LT, the other starts with T and
>> finishes with BNT.There appears to be no callsign in CW or QRSS and
>> some morse characters which do not make sense. Is this Op8 I am
>> seeing or another mode? Not sure what to make of it. Thanks for any
>> suggestions. Chris, G4AYT, JO01MI.
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