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Re: LF: RE: Odd sunset captures

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Subject: Re: LF: RE: Odd sunset captures
From: "Graham" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2015 17:14:29 +0100
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That's  interesting  Luis ..one  those  . the  kings  not  wearing  anything   moment's  jiji
 
By the  qrg 400k  , this  was a  wspr  2  TX ?
 
So the  only  way  Stefan's  call  sign  could be  recovered   is from the  look  up  table as  part of a  correlation  process [ see other  linking posts]
 
Its  IMPOSSIBLE   for  Opera  to  produce  such false  Decode 
 
But if you  mean  DYNAMIC Detection  , has  Ghosts ,  that's  true for  any  correlation  system   and the  ghosts always  take on real life  forms 
 
However the  Phantom , has  provided  a  Time  stamp   Ghost  Buster  validation  system  . something  wspr cannot as it  already uses the  web  for  time  locking , oddly , accurate  time is required for  a  correlation  system ...
 
People  are  not  too  sure  of the  difference  between  Decode  and Detection  ,    but those  who do , like the  extra  dB's one  gives  over the  other 
 
As I  noted  previously 
 
''no  one minds a  bit of the   'Old Jaspers'  as  long as its not take too  seriously''
 
6 meters  is  known as the  Magic  band ,  may be  wspr  should be   the  'Magic'   Mode 
 
73-G,
 

Sent: Thursday, September 03, 2015 11:28 AM
Subject: LF: RE: Odd sunset captures

Hi Mike, MF
 
From my records last night, DK7FC was transmiting in 06-16-26-36 ... periods, but not at 23:04
The locator shown in your decode is also wrong
 
The closest frame to the time you decoded was at 23:06
2306 -21 -1.2 0.475684 0 DK7FC JN49 30
 
Not only Opera has its ghost ! ;-)
 
PS: I'm QRV again. Back from a 15 days vacation trip
 
73 de Luis
EA5DOM


De: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] En nombre de Michael Sapp
Enviado el: jueves, 03 de septiembre de 2015 2:19
Para: [email protected]; [email protected]
Asunto: LF: Odd sunset captures

Hi All: I'm not sure what to think of this....
 
 
I have been experimenting with IF shifting my radio to get WG2XJM very strong signal 10 to 13 dB down the IF bandpass
 
curve to improve weak signal reception of other stations when Eric is transmitting.  Odd sunset partial captures appear
 
to be transatlantic, but I am not sure about reality with this data. My EWE antenna was configured to favor a SE direction, but with
 
120 degree 3dB beam width pattern it covers the NE as well.   Long distance transition zone propagation is a possibility, but I
 
would be hesitant to claim it not having received correct grid square information......
 
73, Mike wa3tts
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