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Re: LF: ebnaut & speclab question

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Subject: Re: LF: ebnaut & speclab question
From: DK7FC <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2017 20:56:12 +0100
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Hi Jacek,

Yes, he picked up my signal with the help of GBZ one one of his two PCs. However the next thing is that GBZ of whatever reference must be available all the time, of course. Alex' spectrogram also showed the lower Alpha trace (11904.7619 Hz) as a feedback information showing that the reference is working (or not). But about half of the time the Alpha trace was blurry, unstable or not present at all, means that GBZ was not available in that distance, at least not with a necessary level. And think about the terminator, a loss of 20 minutes can cost the decode... As you say, the NEO-6M modules work so well and are so cheap and less power consuming, it is not necessary to search for alternatives. No soldering? Then something is missing, like transmitting without winding a coil before :-)
73, Stefan

Am 26.02.2017 20:40, schrieb Jacek Lipkowski:
On Sun, 26 Feb 2017, Markus Vester wrote:

Hi Jacek,
short answer:

Yes (if you have a soundcard without dropouts on the input). It will work on many modern PC's. For example, RN3AUS has achieved successful decodesd from DK7FC using samplerate sync to GBZ.
thanks Markus, i must have missed that in Alex's mails.

then reason i asked is that it might be a simpler route for many people (no soldering, no linux skills, no extra hardware etc).
VY 73

Jacek / SQ5BPF








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