|Subject:||AW: Re: VLF: 8269.990Hz|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Apr 2016 19:05:43 +0200|
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Congrats to Stefan and Markus.
The EbNaut Sender is prepared for length 5, retaining period 30.
We will see.
... me too ;-) I was actually surprised about the successful decode because the nighttime carrier was well visible in Heidelberg but not at all in my spectrogram.
Anyway both our decodes were close to the limit, so for the next step I would suggest to try 5 char but stay with 30 sec symbols. Due to the FEC and CRC overhead, going from 3 to 5 characters (1.667 x payload) will increase the total time only by a factor of 1.23 so we already loose 1.32 dB sensitivity. Shortening the symbols from 30 to 20 seconds would cost another 1.76 dB.
Thanks for the test!
All the best,
Von: DK7FC <[email protected]>
An: rsgb_lf_group <[email protected]>
Verschickt: Mo, 11 Apr 2016 2:56 pm
Betreff: Re: VLF: 8269.990Hz
Thanks for the VLF transmission. No problem to decode the message! See attachment.
If Markus can decode and no other station wants to try, maybe we can try 20s symbols and 5 characters, your callsign for example :-)
As you probably saw, i saw your carrier on 8269.99 Hz in my 6000 window in the city but not in the forest. Either it is a propagation phenomenon that i don't understand yet or there is still something wrong with the drift calibration. I will today go on the tree again to re-configure the GPS-module and see if this makes a difference...
Am 10.04.2016 22:30, schrieb [email protected]:
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